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  • SAGYology

    A few days ago I discovered a FB group "Stanley Kubrick appreciation society" and there's some fan art posted in the group that I'd like to share with you. Here's the download link. Hope you'll enjoy it! :)

    Ontem 20:25 Responder
  • SAGYology

    That's awesome, you can then make a lot of route combinations then. Since both countries are in EU, I assume you don't have to stop on the boarder to show your ID's. As far as I know syncopation is just stressing out/putting accent on one note and it's more like a sharp cut just to break rhythm from being monotonous. Cross-rhythm or polyrhythm is when there are at least 2 conflicting rhythms played simultaneously for a long period. Here's a wiki article where you can see many examples. It's present in all genres of music, however in jazz crossed rhythm sections are more explicit because of African roots while in classical it's done in a much more subtle way. Like I said cross rhythm sections can't get anymore complex than in African drum rituals. I see you have scrobbled first 2 Neurosis albums and I'm wondering are they worth checking out?

    Ontem 20:15 Responder
  • SAGYology

    For example, double bass is usually creating the basic pulse and drummer may play slightly above the basic pulse at the same time while pianist plays slightly below. If you have ever seen some African drum rituals, you probably noticed a dozen drummers/percussionist can play in an extremely similar rhythm. In those rituals there's so many cross rhythm sections that most non-African people get very confused listening to them let alone to try and play with them. Btw now I kind of understand why you still love to listen to Neurosis, they create such dynamic sound that's mostly unheard of with other metal bands.

    31 Ago 15h56 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Here in my home town there's a lot of off-road cycling routes which I never ride on because I don't have a suitable bike. I mostly ride on roads towards villages around the town and only a few of them are not too much physically demanding. Very often I go with the same route to try and avoid steep climbs. That would be great and one day If I visit Netherlands close to German border it might happen. :D Netherlands is probably a dream country for most bicycle riders, they even have roundabouts made specifically for cyclists! Crossed rhythm sections make jazz music rhythmically more complex. Marches and dances emphasizes rhythm more than in other forms of classical music, but musicians in charge of rhythm section in classical music complement each other. In jazz when you have classic rhythm section (piano, double bass and drums) they play crossed rhythm sections.

    31 Ago 15h48 Responder
  • SAGYology

    I think that's a transformation every big fan of music encounters at one point. While paying more attention to music more details became important and noticeable. Average listeners usually just notice the melody. I would put it this way, jazz throughout its history was always about equality/freedom and I think that transforms in music as well. Every sub-genre of jazz has its rules and limitations (aside from free jazz) and the level of freedom on what a musician can play depends from one arrangement to another. Blues and jazz are more free form because in the early development years most musicians didn't know anything about European music theory nor they could read notes. I think the biggest difference between jazz and classical is in harmony and rhythm. Jazz has a much more complex rhythmical structure while harmonies are never complex like in classical music.

    30 Ago 20h36 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Yes I'm fine now, I don't feel dizzy anymore. I think Wing Tsun Kung-Fu and Qigong helped me a lot and the main cause was probably compulsive thinking and pressure. Cycling is a big part of my life, ever since I was a small kid I enjoyed riding my bike whenever I could. Last week I went with my friend for a 45km ride. I don't make any difference between Zappa's classical music and other contemporary classical music, but I kind of know what you mean. Only Zappa uses plastic guns for kids (Pentagon Afternoon) in his compositions and I find Post-Industrial Food Gathering and Welcome to United States very funny. Interesting article, I would have never imagined someone to try and reconstruct music over 2000 years old let alone find information about about rhythm, pitch etc. Nope, I haven't listened to The Origin of Fire by Hildegard von Bingen yet. I'll check it out some other time because I spent my allocation of bandwidth traffic for this month.

    30 Ago 20h00 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyHcIHssdHA So I discovered today that a capella metal exists...when I heard Iron Maiden, I knew I had to send it your way, hehe

    27 Ago 23h50 Responder
  • CousinEarl

    Beethoven is amazing.

    26 Ago 22h16 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I just noticed your comment about tradition being regression... my beliefs on that are a bit muddied. I do love the avant-garde groups like Leprous that can make it work, but often, the styles just sound haphazardly thrown together or a bit like Wild Mann Schiffer/The Shaggs quality (Frank Zappa sure loved trolling his fans with the groups he made famous eh? Haha.) I think the big difference is being able to play well traditionally and then merging traditional styles/techniques together in rather unorthodox ways. Avant-garde music is either amazing or basically impossible to listen to for me, and that difference seems to be the reason.

    25 Ago 22h38 Responder
  • SAGYology

    I thought about the same thing the other day. We used to have a very closely matched musical compatibility and often explored the same genres/sub-genres and sometimes artists on an almost weekly basis. Of course I still pretty much enjoy listening to most of those artists, it's just I don't listen to them on a regular basis like before. The main theme of almost every jazz composition is precisely defined just like some solos, but they also leave enough space for improvisations/variations on a theme so performers can add their own flavor. Yeah, classical and jazz are probably the most sophisticated genres of music and with a very much relaxed approach by the musicians. Don't know if music is the sole reason but my behavior changed, I'm a much calmer person now then I was a few years back. :)

    24 Ago 16h20 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Hmm...I wouldn't call Devo dance/disco...they are more like the godfathers of post-punk (which basically means punk ethos applied to odd genres like Killing Joke would later do) and new wave. Now that I think about it, they definitely probably hook me a lot more...I had a big punk phase in high school. I do want to recommend ONE more video for you by them, though: it's hilarious and uses slightly more modern synths, since it was on their 2010 reunion album. http://www.wired.com/2011/04/devo-what-we-do-video/

    24 Ago 16h14 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    When I think of people branching out, it doesn't even have to be in huge ways...Dan Swano does all kinds of styles now when he started out as almost pure melodic death metal. He tried his hand at gothic rock, doom metal, neo-prog, progressive death metal...all with mixed success, but always with creativity. To me, that's artistic evolution. Thrice started out as a typical post-hardcore bad with some emo and thrash influences, but 5 years later they were all over the place, making Vheissu and trying a 4 EP concept based around elements. Then, like you said is common, they regressed to mostly bland Christian rock with no hooks. I just don't understand it. I mentioned Trivium, would you believe their first album was actually far more creative than their last two?

    24 Ago 16h12 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Fortunately, neo-prog bands are doing an amazing job with production these days; Spock's Beard and Witherscape have audiophile producers, even. Doctor Strangelove seemed...remarkably dry. I don't know, maybe in time I'll get the humor more. I think Captain Beefheart worked with Zappa on all of Trout Mask Replica, but basically everything Captain Beefheart made sounded very, very drunken haha. MST3K is fun, I think the best movie to start with would be Pod People and good first shorts would be Spring Fever and Circus on Ice. The movies they do are VERY b-grade, and I seem to find myself watching the Riffrax commentaries more; Those mostly have to be torrented, but I love the Star Wars prequels, The Matrix trilogy and The Last Airbender for those. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGgzS8kC0h4 Just because regression is common doesn't mean it should be supported...I think bands should either do more with more or more with less as time goes on. Trivium's a good example of wasted talent...

    24 Ago 16h08 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Pretty good for my age. :D Just kidding, I'm fine apart from a little tension in my shoulders.. probably from spending too much time in the same position during cycling. Not in the mood for Zappa's classical music or contemporary classical in general? How ironic is that, the concert premiere was in Frankfurt as far as I know. :D Actually there's a lot of unavailable youtube videos in Croatia, but I never thought that's the case with bigger and much more developed countries like Germany. That's cool because I'm also showing great interest in Ancient Egypt for quite some time. Recently I've read an analysis of Egyptian book of the Dead by Gerald Massey just to get a better insight with Egyptian symbolism, hieroglyphs, mythology etc. I would like to hear some music from those periods as well. I think the earliest music I listened to is from 2nd half of Medieval period composed by Hildegard von Bingen.

    24 Ago 15h57 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Hey Sascha, how are you doing? A few days ago I was watching Zappa's last concert The Yellow Shark and realized there's one composition titled Amnerika which is not featured on the CD. You probably already know this composition from Civilization Phaze III. Anyway, in case you haven't seen it here's the classical interpretation of Amnerika. Btw I see you added an image of Ancient Egyptian art, are you a fan of Egyptian mythology?

    23 Ago 14h48 Responder
  • DonDonald

    Ah no, what have you done! I spent about an hour listening to Bach's Harpsichord Concertos. It's incredibly beautiful: the order, structure. An addiction has started. I'm not sure how I'm going to find progressive metal interesting again. Will be moving onto Mozart then Beethoven, after I've had my taste of Bach.

    23 Ago 0h16 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    This might sound weird, but I actually hate John Cage more for his early compositions being so much better. Regression in art has always irked me, and I think this is possibly a more extreme case than even Lou Reed with that haha. The three tracks you recommended actually sound pretty good, now if only he branched off into piano concertos with string accompaniment; That's the mark of progress for me with art, either more conciseness in fewer steps or more intricacy without becoming too crowded/clusterfucked. I do admit bias when it comes to solo performances, there's only a handful that I can think really pull them off elegantly. Zander Zon's original solo bass material and Beethoven sonatas come to mind. It's actually a big part of why I don't get hooked by most virtuoso bassists' solo material, the composer side of my brain usually is hungry for at least two instruments or multiple tones, like here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBklLbxhT3U

    22 Ago 22h14 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Somehow I left out Church of the Subgenius...that's probably my favorite religious satire ever haha. It's quirky and fun counterculture, so OF COURSE Devo would be associated with them!

    22 Ago 22h02 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    truth be told, I tried watching Dr. Strangelove with my boyfriend and didn't detect the jokes..they seemed very very subtle. It's a rare case where I can't find the humor involved, and I enjoy anachronisms, Dilbert, Chris Morris and Look Around You. Is it more historical knowledge? I like Muffin Man's intro, Captain Beefheart was a bizarre fella haha...I think Trout Mask Replica was the most bizarrely intentional awful album I've ever heard. I don't even know what I think of it, really, haha. I used to be more into sitcoms along the lines of Becker and Titus, but lately I've been going more into comedies along the lines of Red Dwarf, Brass Eye (Chris Morris is a dark humor GENIUS when parodying news,) Last Week Tonight and Better Off Ted. As far as comic strips go, I've read through all of Dilbert, Edward Finney and the Quest for the Meaning of Life, and Calvin and Hobbes; Lately, though, I've been continuing some Deadpool comics and Non Sequitur. Also, I ADORE MST3K/Rifftrax.

    22 Ago 21h51 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Hmm, maybe my flaw with vinyl is blasting it to compare how it sounds compared to CDs...the needle skipping definitely bugs me, and made the vinyl for Tool's song Disposition downright unlistenable for me.If people just mixed things better, people could finally just move beyond vinyl and have CDs for high fidelity.Seems it's mostly neo-prog and '80s inspired bands that know how to use CDs optimally these days. What I find hilarious is that some hipster stuff I've listened to (because it's hysterical, it's like corrupted/pretentious counterculture) is sold on CASSETTES. I'm waiting for them to go to 4 tracks at this point, haha. I think the biggest offenders are the fake math pop bands (math pop being basically indie pop with weird time signatures.) Marvins Revolt and Signals. were great finds but I also found the hysterical groups Whoovez,Somuchlight, Postmadonna and Where's My Elephant? Liking hipster things for comedy is SUCH a double negative, haha...My library's become paradoxical.

    22 Ago 21h45 Responder
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I don't accept friend requests from strangers i.e. people who never talked to me anywhere.

Hopelessly Beethoven addicted...
...and Sviests4 is partly to blame :D

My favourite genre is Classical. I'm generally open to all styles of music, as long as there is talent and creativity involved. I just can't stand shallow and generic music like most of mainstream these days. Feel free to recommend stuff.



Ludwig van Beethoven
(* 16 December 1770 † 26 March 1827)



Greatest composer of all time

Favourite works: Symphony No. 9 Op. 125 • Great Fugue Op. 133 • Diabelli Variations Op. 120 • Symphony No. 3 "Eroica" Op. 55 • Missa Solemnis Op. 123 • Piano Sonata No. 14 Op. 27 No. 2 "Moonlight" • Piano Sonata No. 17 Op. 31 No. 2 "Tempest" • Piano Sonata No. 23 "Appassionata" Op. 57 • Piano Sonata No. 29 Op. 106 "Hammerklavier" • Piano Sonata No. 32 Op. 111 • Piano Concerto No. 4 Op. 58 • Violin Concerto Op. 61 • Violin Sonata No. 9 Op. 47 "Kreutzer" • Piano Trio Op. 70 No. 1 "Ghost" • String Quartet No. 14 Op. 131


Quotes:
To play a wrong note is insignificant - to play without passion is inexcusable.Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy. Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents.What you are, you are by accident of birth; what I am, I am by myself. There are and will be a thousand princes; there is only one Beethoven.Don't only practise your art, but force your way into its secrets; art deserves that, for it and knowledge can raise man to the Divine.Music is the mediator between the spiritual and the sensual life.Off with you! You're a happy fellow, for you'll give happiness and joy to many other people. There is nothing better or greater than that! [said to young Franz Liszt]Music is the one incorporeal entrance into the higher world of knowledge which comprehends mankind but which mankind cannot comprehend.










My last.fm groups:
70's Judas Priest
Ashes Against the Grain
Beethoven's Ninth Symphony
Denis "Piggy" D'Amour
Dimension Hatröss
Hemispheres
Ludwig van Beethoven is our top artist
Manilla Road
Master of Puppets is the most overrated metal album ever
Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy.
People who get bored of music easily
The Original Black Sabbath
RUSH is our top artist!
Stained Class
Star Trek: The Next Generation

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