Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky edition>General Folder #1. Renaissance up to 20th century/modern classical. Also contains a folder of live recordings/recitals by some outstanding performers.https://mega.co.nz/#F!mMYGhBgY!Ee_a6DJvLJRGej-9GBqi0A>General Folder #3. Mostly 20th century/modern with other assorted bits and pieceshttps://mega.co.nz/#F!Y8pXlJ7L!RzSeyGemu6QdvYzlfKs67w>General Folder #4. Renaissance up to early/mid-20th century. Also contains a folder of Scarlatti sonate and another live recording/recital folder.https://mega.co.nz/#F!kMpkFSzL!diCUavpSn9B-pr-MfKnKdA>General Folder #5. Renaissance up to late 19th centuryhttps://mega.co.nz/#F!ekBFiCLD!spgz8Ij5G0SRH2JjXpnjLg>General Folder #6. Very eclectic mixhttps://mega.co.nz/#F!O8pj1ZiL!mAfQOneAAMlDlrgkqvzfEg>General Folder #8. Deutsche Grammophon stuff. Also there's some other stuff in here.https://mega.nz/#F!DlRSjQaS!SzxR-CUyK4AYPknI1LYgdg>Renaissance Folder #1. Mass settingshttps://mega.co.nz/#F!ygImCRjS!1C9L77tCcZGQRF6UVXa-dA>Renaissance Folder #2. Motets and madrigals (plus Leiden choirbooks)https://mega.co.nz/#F!il5yBShJ!WPT0v8GwCAFdOaTYOLDA1g>Debussy Folder.https://mega.co.nz/#F!DdJWUBBK!BeGdGaiAqdLy9SBZjCHjCw>Opera Folder. Contains recorded video productions of about 10 well-known operas, with a bias towards late Romantichttps://mega.co.nz/#F!4EVlnJrB!PRjPFC0vB2UT1vrBHAlHlw>Book Folder #1. Random assortment of books on music theory and composition, music history etc. https://mega.nz/#F!HsAVXT5C!AoFKwCXr4PJnrNg5KzDJjw>Book Folder #2. Random assortment of books on music theory and composition, music history etc. https://mega.nz/#F!HsAVXT5C!AoFKwCXr4PJnrNg5KzDJjw>Book Folder #3. A guide to the piano musichttps://mega.nz/#F!1xJgVSLA!i2eLakjehx5DY8qYUzS0ZgHaving folders pertaining to specific ethnicities is highly reactionary! Previous edition>>86435550
romantic era sucks
>>86482251your mama sucks on my fat cock
>>86482258just trying to bump the thread. looks like it worked (-:
>>86482374Eh. It'll probably end up dying since most posters here are asleep given that they have jobs in the morning unlike the rest of the degenerates on this board
I'm trying to get into Classical again, so farv I've liked some works by: Bach, Stravinsky, Mahler, Bartok and Tchaikovsky. Any rec?
>>86482405stop listening to mahler and tchaik, listen to more of the rest
I'm gonna post this anecdote of Dallapiccola meeting WebernAny 20th pseuds in?
>>86482419Why? Mahler and Bach have been my favs so far
>>86482427>mystic short manKekel
>>86482442because mowlah is boring melodramatic horseshit besides symphonies 1 and 9
>>86482479And now Webern for starting the dayIn the words of Webern"""were you impressed by the sound also?"""Op26https://youtu.be/0RFeI9SpUI8
>>86482405Don't listen to>>86482419Keep listening to who you like. Listen to Beethoven's piano sonatas.
for the guy in the last thread asking for choral ussr recordings, my favorites are the recordings of rachmaninov's vespers with alexander sveshnikov and the ussr russian academic chorus and also the one of the bells with kirill kondrashin. one cool thing about russian chorals in the ussr (and in a more modern sense) is that their bass sections are consistently stellar, at least as far as i've heard they're completely outstanding
>>86482470What a terrible opinion. Mahler is, likely, the greatest instrumental composer of his day.
>>86482708SHUT THE FUCK UP YOU PLEB GOD I WISH I WAS A MOD SO I COULD BAN YOU
>>86482701but how can a vespers recording from the ussr ever truly be good
>>86482405Grieg, Janacek, Schoenberg, Schnittkehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sc-DZWoU52Ehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JV6GI3ROj8chttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJi_rb9D8I4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2ZMnLENKVs
>>86482879are you retarded?
>>86482885>Schnittkehows life treating you poly. any luck on that symphony?
>>86482609>were you impressed by the sound also?I dont follow, was he talking about his orchestration or what?
>>86482879i was surprised it got produced but it's easily the best i've heard. favorite off of the recording, wait for the fortissimo: https://youtu.be/rWKA7i_JJ2M?t=1318
>>86482946shit forgot timestamp https://youtu.be/rWKA7i_JJ2M?t=1318
>>86482938I think it was more about the well known fixations in timbre Webern had in his late period
>>86482893Think they were Just assuming that Vespers was exclusively a Catholic thing.
>>86482470>boring melodramatic horseshitGreat impressions and non-arguments, faggot.
>>86482642>>86482885Thanks, actually I was into Schoenberg a couple years ago
>>86483216C U C K** Fucking gookmoot with his word filters
>>86481196FUCKING SHITHEAD WHY YOU DELETED THE JEWISH FOLDER. GO FUCK YOURSELF
>>86483400Do you think is funny to delete content from the lasts OP's files? Faggot?
>>86483179Nah I was just thinkin that it's weird the USSR would promote such an openly religious composition by a white Russian emigre
>>86483587Ethnic folders are reactionary and needlessly divisive. Besides, nothing really makes Mahler or Mendelssohn Jewish... they are composers in the Austro-German traditionWorthless to categorize them as Jewish especially given they both converted too
>>86482913Symphony long finished anon - Entire score was finished by the end of January. Submitted it to NZSO SOUNZ readings, so may get a performance / recording of it this year if I'm lucky.Currently writing a piano suite, first 2 movements done, working on the 3rd.
>>86483688put your trip back on i miss you poly
>>86483675>Ethnic folders are reactionary and needlessly divisiveNot an argument fag. Nobody has been discriminated or damaged by posting a folder with some jewish composers>they are composers in the Austro-German traditionAnd you know that it is another another ethnicity by itself right?
>>86483717Ok when you make the general you can readd it, I think it's stupid though
>>86483705There's no need of tripfags in /Classical/ you should go back to discord, Reddit or Talkclassical.
>>86483750There's a classical discord?
>>86483750sorry anon. i just want to know my /classical/ bros are doing alright
An absolute cringe-fest
>>86483260That's not what Berg looks like at all. Here's a picture of Berg.
>>86482701That was me. Please accept my most sincere appreciation.
>>86481196>mfw Stravinsky attitude suddenly made sense as soon as I discovered he had a big dick
Post your favorite beat. Here is mine. :^) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBRH4aU9Hjg
Today is telemann's anniversary, say something nice to him
>>86489187Well he sucks. No let me try again. His music is turgid and boring. Ah shit. One last try. The most dry powdered wig fluff I've ever heard (literally wrote something called Table Music). Nope, guess I can't do it after all.
>>86481196Hey /classical/, I'm about to marathon the fuck out of Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns. What can I expect?
>>86489302Mediocre romantic music with impressionist tendencies.
>>86489302The music of a really creative musician fucked up by his own unnecessary academic constraints (and some good things here and there, not gonna lie)
>>86489379How the fuck is Saint Saens exceptional?
>>86489368explain? also are you saying most of it isn't worth it?>>86489317what's mediocre about him?
>>86489302An academic cringefest, respecting his third symphony which is a very respectable romantic work but sad to see that was the top of his creative power
>>86489408>what's mediocre about himNothing in particular (which is kind of the point ;^)
>>86489396>please enjoy a free serving of False Dichotomy® >>86489438>maybe flush it down with some Goalpost Moving®??
>>86489467Mediocre just means unexceptional. A C-lister like Saint Saens is a perfect example of an unexceptional composer.
>>86489408It could be worth it, it depends on your taste. My remark was more meta-musical than about his actual music.
>>86489482Saint-Saens is at least a B-lister
>>86489502Lmao no way
>>86489502Okay fair enough. So is Johann Strauss and surely we can agree that he is unexceptional. I suppose Saint Saens would have more of his own niche if it weren't for Faure and Franck. Between those two Saint Saens doesn't really do anything too distinguishable.
>>86489482>Mediocre just means unexceptionalThat doesn't solve the sudden change in argument. You went from "he's mediocre" to "he's not particularly mediocre, 'that's the point' hurr hurr"
lol why does this general hate the french so much
>>86489482I bet you think Brahms is a "C-lister" too
>>86489885No, Brahms is a B-lister. But these lists have nothing to do with quality of music, just how well known the composer is known by name. In the case of Brahms he SHOULD be an A-lister
>>86490042pretty sure that if we're going by "well known name", Brahms is one of the most A-list A-listers ever
Saint-Saëns was one of the most prodigiously talented musicians of his or any other era.
>>86490077And undeservedly so
Glazunovhttps://youtu.be/jq8oxIgyp8EAt 20:30 you can see the sheer envy of another female violinist
The B-list is the highest rated list in classical music: Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Bruckner
>>86490077nah only Bach, Mozart, Vivaldi and Beethoven are A-listers.
>>86490161No, those are just the A-listiest of the A-listers, but Brahms is still an A-lister, just not the A-listiest of the A-listers
>>86490194maybe you are right.
Is there any edgy or abrasive classical?
>>86490231What a stupid question, almost all of it is edgy and abrasive and unapologetically so by the 1940s.
>>86490231yeah it's called post-modernism
>>86489565>So is Johann Strauss and surely we can agree that he is unexceptionalI don't agree on that. Only because his melodies are popular doesn't mean they aren't sophisticated. To come up with a melody like Blue Danube which sounds like it has always existed and didnt need to get invented is a blessing only a few composers have. Look at Tschaikovsky who tried to do so and mostly failed. Tl;dr J. Strauß is great
>>86490337Shut up Hans, you gaynigger.
>>86490252>>86490265gibe more specific recs pls and be patient I have autism
>>86490389https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2vX8JXfKEchttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UV5HnpkgCBwIts really easy to find this kind of music but I cannot, in all good conscience recommend a great deal of it.
Have you guys seen this music videohttps://youtu.be/1g1drZ1j-C0
>Beethoven had no illusions about its merits, and responded to similar criticism in his own time: "What I shit is better than anything you could ever think up!"Based
>>86490667what was the piece?
>>86490601Fuck off Jakeyboy
>>86490734Even I've made better music than Wellington's Victory and I fucking suck.
>>86490850No, you haven't (but yes, you do)
>>86490850post your music
>>86490875You know my music ;^)
>>86490850Considering how shitty it is that's not an accomplishment
>>86490905That's my point exactly. I'm not saying I can hold a candle to Beethoven, not even something as unremarkable as his 2nd symphony but Wellington is so fucking bad that I wonder what toilet hooch he was drinking at the time to even think it was a good idea.
>>86490894Fuck off Hill.
>>86490960you still can't do better, or even good at all
top ten Saint-Saëns compositions GO:
>>86491081shut up, you bitter asshole.
>>86491143I might be a bitter asshole, but I'm right
>>864911188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.9.10. ur mom
>>86491161No you aren't. With hard work anyone can become at least good at whatever they set their mind to. Greatness might be reserved for those with innate talent but its not necessary to be great to enjoy doing something. Also Bruckner didn't compose anything until he was 37. Rautavaara had no musical training of any kind until he was 17. Stop being a jerk.
>>86491252Based optimist anon
>>86491252None of that changes the fact that >>86490960 is utter shit and should probably die
>>86491522(literally) No u
>>86491588literally nonsense post
>>86491602How is it nonsense? You told me to kill myself and now I am telling you to kill yourself.
>>86491622Firstly, I said you should die -I didn't specify how. Secondly, the relevant bit is the first one. Stop fixating on mere death wishes, you ponce
>>86491655by saying "no u", I meant the whole thing, both that you were utter shit and should die (presumably by your own hand).
>>86491110I don't know his catalogue well enough to fill out a list, but the Clarinet and Oboe Sonatas have to be up there
>>86491744are you going to die away from here or what?
>>86491895I'm not going anywhere, jizzface.
>>86492056fucking amazing, you can't even do that, you worthless shitstain, I don't even know why I'm surprised
>>86492197literally kys yourself
>>86489302unironically some of the best music of the period/country in pretty much all genresa crying shame that only two or three of his several operas have been recorded
>>86492216Don’t worry, I will soon rip in peace
>>86481196What classical music to listen to, /mu/?
>>86489187Telemann is based afhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2D-y2kJU0lg
>>86492424>FerneyhoughWow, what a hack
>>86492577>Ferneyhough is a hackI bet you like Feldman you fucking pleb
>>86492605>defending new complexityyou absolute tourist
>>86492577How is he a hack?
>>86492611have you watched the video
>>86492610Wouldn't the tourist be the one dissing Ferneyhough?>I can't understand this>therefor bad
>>86492634Of course, I posted it. I've watched it 3 or 4 times, as well as listening to, and enjoying many Ferneyhough pieces.It seems you are the tourist anon - don't expect to 'get' Ferneyhough after watching one video.
>>86492635This>>86492660This>>86492610I have more classical training than you've been alive you fucking underage pleb
>>86492635>>86492660Uncompelling pseud wank that's not one step above "experimental" popular music. There isn't much to "understand" when it comes to tourist-tier "classical">>86492683Sure you do
>>86492696>Uncompellingfor you (a pleb who only just discovered him, and probably can't into 20th century music)>pseudSpent his whole life learning about and innovating composition, far from Pseud. Pseud is your position, attempting to judge him from a position of ignorance.>There isn't much to "understand"There is a lot. You will probably never dig deep enough to get there though.>tourist-tier "classical"not sure where this meme comes from, but wouldn't that be music like Pachelbel's canon and Ravel's bolero?
>>86492782>only just discovered him, and probably can't into 20th century musicboth wrong>Spent his whole life learningBeing learned doesn't save you from being a pseud composer>You will probably never dig deep enoughNice argument>not sure where this meme comes from/metal/, I'm afraid>wouldn't that be music like Pachelbel's canon and Ravel's bolero?not when it comes to /classical/. Pleb/entry-level doesn't immediately = tourist
>>86490337ThisPseuds will never understand
>>86492815>/metal/That explains it. Perhaps you should return there?I thought /metal/ posters would have a bit more of an open mind when it comes to unusual and aggressive music, I guess I was wrong.
>>86492885>not liking pseud complexity means being narrow-mindedoh the Ironee
>>86492885>I was wrong.No, you still are, no worries
>>86492932>>86492961Not liking Ferneyhough is a fairly common position for plebs. We've had this discussion multiple times over the years here in /classical/We've even had the same discussion with Schoenberg and the basic Second Viennese composers. Anything that people can't get on the first listen tends to cause problems for people with small minds.I don't really care if you like Ferneyhough or not - I love him, as do many professional composers and performers with an interest in 20th century music.He certainly isn't entry level though, you want to be very comfortable with Schoenberg, Webern, then Bartok, Penderecki, Stockhausen, Berio and Carter (in that order) before going anywhere near Ferneyhough.
>>86493055>you want to be very comfortable with Schoenberg, Webern, then Bartok, Penderecki, Stockhausen, Berio and Carter (in that order) before going anywhere near Ferneyhough.I don't care for carter, though I'm very comfortable with everyone else on that list, and of course others from the XXth century
One thing that /classical/ underrates is technicality. I presume its because the proportion of people who are actually classical musicians here is fairly lowCertain pieces have more artistic merit because of the technical feat they represent, in my opinion. For instance, Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto isn't very innovative or experimental, but it is quite a good showpiece for talented violinists. To me, it represents the efforts of so many Russian-Jewish youngsters who, as Milstein put it, wanted to be the "messiahs" of violin. The technicality it demands represents a unique human condition. Very neat stuff
>One thing that /classical/ underrates is technicality.
>>86493663Well I mean, we talk about composers a lot, but performers only infrequently. In classical musician circles people tend to devote a lot of attention to performers and recordings. This place is kind of more of a constant shit flinging session about who is pleb and who is patrician among composers
>>86493646Are you paragraphautist? I miss you :3
>>86493704One could argue that discussing composers can be more technical than discussing performers if done properly
>>86493646I rate it fine but you're correct in that most people here don't really know how difficult certain pieces can be to perform. Not just the notes, of course.
>>86490960>unremarkable>the second symphonyBitch delete that right now
>>86492886there you have it, I listened to Samson et Dalila. Here's the Bacchanal. I'm not a fan of Jimmy, but it's really good. Maybe it's the ballet, that forces conductors to play a regular tempo and not to fuck around with it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdpmTuxzs3Q
>>86494706did you expect any sense or taste from someone implying they can do at least as good as Beethoven's worst
>>86494864>BacchanalMore like Bach-anal lmao
>>86496010I cant do as well as Bach or Mozarts worst but Beethoven set the bar so low literally anyone could do better.
>>86493139>out of all these names he singles out Carter >not Berio>not Stockhausen
>>86497409FUCK Off Hill (you) are the most pathetic /classical/ poster
>>86497484No, I am not Hans. I single-handedly keep /classical/ afloat.
>>86497841Bullshit. Prepare to have your dreams crushed forever. https://www.strawpoll.me/17605100
>>86498030Pfffft, like I'm going to let some 4chan jagoffs discourage me from spending my free time how I want. At least its a better use of time than your practice of the 8 hour fap session.
Still sad about Gielen bros ;_;
Guys, should I subscribe to Jstor to read musical analysis papers?
>>86499805Do you have any specific articles you really want to read?If you're a Boomer you should just go ahead with it, personally as a young common man i really wouldn't pay for that kinda stuff
>>86500158"Octatonicism in The Serial Works of Dallapiccola" is the latest jewel to seduce me from that Jewey site.
One time I said to my dad that one of the movements of Mendelssohn's Scottish Symphony reminded me of The Ants Go Marching. And he said "Those are some pretty ponderous ants."Fuck that guy
>>86500180Have you read this book i posted>>86482427""The Music of Luigi Dallapiccola ""This can get pretty technical about Dallapiccola's procedures, i dont know if it talks about the use of that scale though because i didn't read it all lmao i dont like readingThis is for free just google it and you will find the book
Baroque: soulClassical: soulless
Ta Ta Ta Taaan
Dallapiccola https://youtu.be/T7E-o1zz9-MAnother Cantata with Spanish textBasado
Santiago de Murciahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-ru27xynh8
How wholesome https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUHQ2ybTejU
I dont usually like the Reddit Gooks but this was good because they called out boomer Beatohttps://youtu.be/WaOySImzXEQ
sup nigguhs, please keep your firetruckers on a leash >>>/lit/12761416
Ok this may be a bit of a stupid question but it seems like you guys (and pretty much everywhere else) only ever talk about the 100 or so same composers. What obscure composers are worth checking out, or should I not even bother and just stick with the greats?
>>86505529Robert Fayrfax, Lera Auerbach, Lili Boulanger, Anton Arensky, Anton Reicha, Froberger, Dieupart, Anthony Ritche, Morales, John Psathas.Kinda depends what you're familiar with - not many people know the Renaissance greats, so some of them might be considered obscure, while early music specialists probably wouldn't think they were, but those people probably wouldn't have heard of contemporary composers.
>>86505529The list of great composers as you called them is the result of centuries of natural selection. If they are well-known is because they were basically the best of their time. There are a lot of good (or even great) lesser known composers, if you are interested you might wat to take a look at this forum:http://www.unsungcomposers.com/forum/index.php
>>86505578Social darwinists be gone
>>86505529Classical music is full of shit because mots of anything is shit. The 100 or so relevant composers are the ones worth talking about, most of the rest are obscure for a reason.
>>86505529listen to geirr tveitt, the eternally underrated norwegian >inb4 hurrrr stop shilling this composerno fuck youhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7MTZP0jAxohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yy9079w0iJkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaKcBrlLDtg
>>86505578>erik satie was the best of his time
>>86505578Nice forum. I like how most posters there are calling Alma Deutscher out as hack.
A medieval classicalhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1y0aj43B8U
>>86506576https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyzpYmszYZ4nothing compared to german minnesang
Is there classical music that one can lift to?
>>86508075>F sharp minor
>Voice not high enough for tenor or bartone>Voice not low enough for Basso ProfundoWhat classical can I sing when I'm stuck as a D2-C4 bass? There is fucking nothing for us and fuck bass-aritones for stealing the "manly authority figure"-character from us
>>86508457>Wagner>Tchaikovsky>literally any military march
>>86508457the most crappy one
>>86490161Vivaldi ?Why would you include him in A-list ?
>>86490960Because a programmatic nationalist battle tune is a great and easy way to make a quick buck.
>>86505529>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1y0aj43B8UYou should totally bother !I'd recommend Josquin, palestrina, de lassus, gesualdo, ockeghem.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTvYwoGdD8YAlso, for a masterpiece of medieval music, listen to de Machaut's messe de nostre dame.
>>86509022Scriabin used it too
>>86509022What the fuck is an "ugly key". It only has 3 sharps
>>86509050As did Bach, Pachelbel, Beethoven, Haydn...
>>86509075>It only has 3 sharpsThat only is relevant in how difficult to read/play it is. I mean ugly aesthetically compared with other minor keys, but of course this is my opinion.
I only like the rite of spring, tabula rasa, some retarded John cage and xenakis shit, gimme reccs.Bonus points for wierd time signatures, rhythms or timbres
>>86509277>john cageStopped reading there. I recommend you the death
>>86509264Its a stupid opinion, unless you have perfect pitch.
>>86509389If you think so... after listening so much classical music in minor modes I have developed like some preference to ones like D minor, F minor or E flat minor than others like F sharp minor, E minor or B flat minor
>>86491664a bit too slow but nice
>>86509677whoa nice oc. Truly scriabros are the most creative anons of this general
>>86508457>Is there classical music that one can lift to?this:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYof7P0-oVk
>>86510030>classical music compilationBig yikes
>>86510053couldn't find a better recording...
>>86510062At least is wagner so no problem
>>86509648that's the dumbest most pretentious shit I read today... you know that keys changed over time and Beethoven's c minor was something different then ours? The only way keys affect the music is that keys with more sharps or flats have some impact on the interpret while he performs the piece
>>86510273>that's the dumbest most pretentious shit I read today...I haven't disrespected you in any moment of our discussion> you know that keys changed over time and Beethoven's c minor was something different then ours?Yes of course, I'm fully aware of that.The thing is that for me keys have their own personality but maybe it's justa thing of mine since I can't comprehend it.>The only way keys affect the music is that keys with more sharps or flats have some impact on the interpret while he performs the pieceHow is that so? As much as I know it makes a piece more difficult to play if there are several flats/sharps or even double sharps or flats
>>86509677It's very slow but I actually don't mind it; it's an interesting interpretation. Nice OC btw.
>>86510389>that for me keys have their own personalityas I pointed out that's impossible at least regarding the frequency>How is that so?because of 1) playing techniques and 2) understanding music. Ever wondered why Chopin pieces have often lots of flats? That's because you have your hand deeper in the keys when playing in Ab, Db or Gb. Same goes for the Schubert impromptu in Gb that's often published in the easier G version. 2) in the process of composing the inner picture the composer has of a key determines the character of the piece since most composing takes place in the head. That's why for example Beethoven has typical Ab major or c minor idioms.
Who is Gould and why do we hate him?
>>86510708only plebs hate him
>>86505754He “survived” because he was one of the best in being interesting and still is
>>86511678>he was one of the best in being interesting and still isWhen someone has to use the word "interesting", for me seems like he can't really tell why something is good or relevant in any way, so interesting is the only (vague as fuck) positive adjective a person can think of anything.
>>86511786He was interesting by being weird and different from anyone of his time. Obviously he wasn’t a top notch, cutting edge, innovating genius composer but he found a niche for himself with his unique style. Besides I’m not even that much of a fan of Satie, I’m just saying that his posthumous fame isn’t completely unjustified.
>>86498228it's pretty hard to find opera recordings he conducted. I hope they find some live recordings in the radio archives and will release it.
>>86514889>Hissy coughgy recordingI dont care if it was God himself conducting this, i'm not going to listen to noiseAnyway Bruns a cute a CUTE
it may seem unrelated but I just saw the Mishima: a life in four chapters with a soudtrack composed by philip glass
>>86510708Gould is an autistic pianist who does terrible interpretations of Bach and can't help but humming quietly off key on every recording / performance.
>>86515251you better not get into opera anon
>>86518485There are plenty of good non-hissy opera recordings anon
i need some happy uplifting energetic stuff
>>86519418Vivaldi and MozartBoth underrated
>>86518485opera is shit anyway
>>86512163he got famous for being friends with famous people. thats about it. he was such a failure that he was kicked out of the paris conservatory and then was such a coward that he gave himself bronchitis to get himself kicked out of the military. there is no way youre unironically telling me satie had more talent than florent schmitt, honegger, tailleferre or joseph jongen or something. all superior french area composers who aren't as well known.
>>86521297>there is no way youre unironically telling me satie had more talent than florent schmitt, honegger, tailleferre or joseph jongen or somethingI never said anything like that in my post, if anything I said the exact opposite. Anyway, thanks for the names list, I’m gonna give a listen to Jongen.
>>86523528>I’m gonna give a listen to Jongenhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8riHBnLbAkghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zVlXK_8zR4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8uqkotfDZohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w46w5fz4wY8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSifi8246YQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-j3Ci4l-1kenjoy anon.
>>86523620I’m listening to the Symphonie Concertante and really enjoying it so far. It sounds so fresh. Thanks!
>>86523652No problem anon! It's one of my favourite Concerto works. Jongen's orchestration is amazing in it. The bassoon lines in the first movement are so expressive
>>86523706>Jongen's orchestration is amazing in it.I definitely agree. It’s so clear and yet so rich, it’s incredible.
>>86489565Johan Strauss fucking sucks.
>>86509264>Not understanding equal temperament.
>>86524362Explain me please. I'm open to learning
How do I learn to appreciate slower movements? They drag on for so long.
>>86525991Just grow up
This orchestration of Brahms' G major quintet is really sweet. It's a shame the last movement isn't uploaded.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQZpJuLBsN8
>>86525991Slow movements are the hardest to perform effectively because you don't have anything to hide behind. Listen to the second movement of thishttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNYxCTiNrlI
My face when people try to claim all music has equal artistic merit and trap music is just as legitimate as classical music
>>86525991look at the theory behind them
just saw a pretty ballsy production of lady mcbeth of mtsenskentirely crudebut very good
Thoughts on Richard Wagner's 'Das Rheingold'?
Stupid general, be more fast and funny
Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozarthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_0FHyF3Pyk
>>86527457It's musically the best thing Wagner wrote next to Parsifal.
How I tell to a classical cute that I like her?