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View Poll Results: Is classical music still relevant today?
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Old 01-06-2017, 09:39 AM   #341 (permalink)
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Lyrics don't distract me anyway. This was and is my favourite study/focus piece

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Old 01-10-2017, 12:24 PM   #342 (permalink)
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You really think jazz emits emotion well? I'm not a fan of it, but I always felt it didn't do to well with emotion.
EVen I can admit a smoky sax solo can make the hairs on the back of my neck stand up.
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Well I'm not so superficial, but you know, a movie without a soundtrack is a half movie.
What about silent movies?

Also, I think you may be labouring under a misapprehension here. Most of the composers you've spoken of in the last few posts are not classical composers. They compose classical-like music, but that doesn't mean it is classical. I think you'd be hard pressed to find too many movies which rely on a completely or even partially actual classical soundtrack. The music prevalent in films these days does indeed often sound classical, but that doesn't make it classical. Williams, Jarre, Barry etc are all working in this field and you couldn't call them classical composers. If anything, they're film composers. They often use classical tropes, but they're not writing classical music.
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Do you mean Classical Period music or just classical music?

Also, when people who don't like or listen to jazz think the genre doesn't portray emotion well, that tells you a lot about how uninformed that opinion is.
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EVen I can admit a Kenny G sax solo can make the hairs on the back of my neck stand up.
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Do you mean Classical Period music or just classical music?

Also, when people who don't like or listen to jazz think the genre doesn't portray emotion well, that tells you a lot about how uninformed that opinion is.
There's lots of type of jazz and some of it just technical wankery that's not very interesting in terms of melodic expression, so I could see how someone would think all jazz is like that.

I have really been stuck on Take Five lately. It's not particularly obscure, but it's 5/4 so that's fun.

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Yes. In a world where rap, country, alternative and rock genres dominate the popular music charts, some may wonder if there is any room for classical music. But the relevance of classical music in today's world cannot be mistaken: it is essential. Although it is not commonly heard on the radio in the public places that we visit, It is our portal into history, our framework for contemporary entertainment and a tool for brain power.
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