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it makes me sleepy...i don't bother to listen to it
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26 / F / UK, In a Box
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Classical is AWESOME!! I absolutely love it. Its one of the reasons i likes Nodame Cantabile so much is because i adored the soundtrack.
I spent a rather large amount of a 3 day art exam listening to classical. I guess the whole love of classical comes from my classical singing back ground and my violinist background... Most people I know who like classical can play a musical instrument. I do however love baroque music probably the most out of all the classical eras. I enjoy the patterns and flow of classical music... but then my music taste is rather eclectic.
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I adore classical, opera, i'm trained classically singing wise, i cringe when i hear most pop singers because they don't sing properly with the exception of very few, plus the mixture of classical and rock is beautiful:)
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classical music is the shit!..lol...i lsten to Vivaldi...lol...its great!...bare expressive!
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26 / F / Somewhere in Canada
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verdi was incredible for romantic era opera, just beautiful
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25 / F / Scotland
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I'm a Mozart lover myself, especially his opera :D
I went to see "Don Giovanni" and it was just incredible.
And of course "The Magic Flute" is always fun ^-^
Posted 5/5/07
Yes, when I'm in the mood. I listen to it a lot when I'm working. It helps me stay focused on my work.
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29 / M / England
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Im a fan a Classical music but im never interested in artists or song names so i dont bother to remember any. When listening to classical music I feel like theres a hidden story, Its revealing itself with every note, the build up to a romantic scene its heart warming. Obviously depending on the piece :D.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y41DykcpgRg

Don't listen to classical that often, mostly into chill/ambient/lounge stuff now a days. Certainly have respect for it though.
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I adore classical music ^^
Especially when it is combined with other genres of music... such as rock or ... well, just rock (NOT rap at all) xD
It's so calming. Helps me study better.
Posted 5/5/07
Yes, I enjoy listening to classical more than any other genre of music. I used to play the violin, but I wasn't very consistent with my practicing and eventually stopped taking lessons (about two years ago). It has only been after that that I really started to appreciate the music.

My favorite composers are Liszt, Brahms, and Prokofiev. I attend concerts (the last one I went to was a Evgeny Kissin piano recital one week ago) at the Chicago Sypmphony Center -- I wish I had the money to attend more of them. I'm also interested in opera as an art form (not just a music form), but I have yet to attend a professional opera.
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25 / M / Germany
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I like Classical, though I haven't really listened to a lot. I really wanna hear some more. Where can I listen?
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27 / F / Ny
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it b gr8 if i can play piano but
i only now how to do
"mary had a little lamb" and "hot cross Buns"
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29 / M / Japan
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Yup, I grew up with Classical music. :)

No specific favorite composers, but I enjoy listening to Vivaldi's Winter, Alegretto.

I also enjoy Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin. Though people might argue that his music was already on the forefront of what would eventually become classical Jazz, and then blues.
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edsamac wrote:

I also enjoy Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin. Though people might argue that his music was already on the forefront of what would eventually become classical Jazz, and then blues. :P


Gershwin is the MAN!! I also love Beethoven and Stravinsky, and Tchaikovsky but Gershwin makes me smile every time i listen to his stuff.
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