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Old 07-08-2015, 04:15 PM   #11 (permalink)
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As a kid Vivaldi's Four Seasons were my favourite, totally blew my mind back then.

P.S.: Try not to make listening to music a chore for them, though.
They should see it as a world of wonder, fun and possibilities.
Yeah I listened to a lot of Mozart as a child. Music for me is not so much a chore as it is a coping mechanism... I realized that I had been using it as a crutch (hence the rut) instead of to widen my horizons. So im trying to change that by pairing it with my chores to jopefullu enhance both the chores and my love for music Oh and I love chores they keep me "sane" (I use that word loosely, as you'll soon discover)....

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Old 07-08-2015, 04:20 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Alright, I'm not reading all these words, but I've been turned against Paganini by Yngwie Malmsteen's douchebag ass, who talks about him like he's Jesus, but is there any reason to listen to him if you're not a mindless tech head?
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Old 07-08-2015, 04:24 PM   #13 (permalink)
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He makes some pretty solid music. Don't let Yngwie ruin it for you, that's like nu-metal being responsible for you not checking out metal.
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He makes some pretty solid music. Don't let Yngwie ruin it for you, that's like nu-metal being responsible for you not checking out metal.
Recs? I'm all for cool violin ****.

Edit: **** as in poop.
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Recs? I'm all for cool violin ****.

Edit: **** as in poop.
On a side note, I liked your other avatar better. Although nothing beats The late Mowzer if I do day so myself...
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On a side note, I liked your other avatar better. Although nothing beats The late Mowzer if I do day so myself...
I've just been using it for too long. I don't like using the same avatar for too long. I've actually used that avatar before, so using it again is almost unheard of, but I can't just use it forever.
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I've just been using it for too long. I don't like using the same avatar for too long. I've actually used that avatar before, so using it again is almost unheard of, but I can't just use it forever.
You've put a lot of thought into this. My thought process went something like this: "avatar... Me or Mowzer.... Mowzer"

But then I'm a simple girl. Hence my love for Collective Soul and unabashed refusal to repent thereof.

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You've put a lot of thought into this. My thought process went something like this: "avatar... Me or Mowzer.... Mowzer"

But then I'm a simple girl. Hence my love for Collective Soul and unabashed refusal to repent thereof.
We're all simple girls here.
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Old 07-09-2015, 08:33 AM   #19 (permalink)
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I used to have Enya playing softly when putting my daughter to sleep, which has a relaxing quality to it that can spike melatonin levels, but going in the stimulation (serotonin) direction never occurred to me. Looking back to some of the music that had stimulated my thought process, I can think of only a few artists/composers. Schubert is one of my favorites for piano compositions, and then there's Segovia (or probably more accurately, Isaac Albéniz) for guitar. Then again, I'm fairly biased to guitar oriented pieces and that is a bit of a narrower spectrum. As far as my limited knowledge, there aren't many people comparable to Paganini's virtuosity, but stimulation can come from anywhere, as it's a subjective thing.
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I love fast-paced violin music such as this:

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