KeIemvor

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Ludwig van BeethovenQuartet for 2 Violins, Viola, and Cello No. 3 in D major, Op. 18 No. 3: IV. Presto Ontem 20:09
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Ludwig van BeethovenQuartet for 2 Violins, Viola, and Cello No. 2 in G major, Op. 18 No. 2: IV. Allegro… Ontem 19:45
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Ludwig van BeethovenQuartet for 2 Violins, Viola, and Cello No. 1 in F major, Op. 18 No. 1: IV. Allegro Ontem 19:20
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  • Sanity_Theorist

    I really should listen to Mussorgsky and Beethoven a bit more, Antonio Vivaldi is mostly ambient to me. As awesome as he is with violin concertos, I should probably look into his mandolin concertos and much. Those are less same-y, but when there's discs of violin performances as beautiful as the Four Seasons, how could I say no? Maybe I am kinda odd with vocals, my roots are just very deep in metal.

    18 Out 14h46 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Booklet says that this CD case was supposed to house 5th and 6th symphonies as well...It does seem imported from Germany, so I imagine the performers really captured the essence of it. Wasn't trying to imply that the operatic vocals/choir are necessarily flawed, I just find them distracting personally. I care little for foreign languages in my music, Thy Worsipher and orientla metal are thus far the only bands to ever get past that (the other two in the past being, for some reason, Dir en Grey and Rammstein.) Beethoven's 9th actually has choir parts that add to the intensity, though, and that's more than I can say about Vivaldi's choral works, where I just found it distracting. Can call it conditioning if you want, being forced to go to church as a kid kinda made me hate 'sacred' music. If I want Christian themes, I'll go with Red or Kansas, since they aren't preachy and I can actually understand English lyrics. Different languages just seem to distract me, But the 9th's outro is fine.

    18 Out 14h44 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    The World of the SYmphony recording...can't say I know the orchestra that did that, though, since the CD holding it came with said it had the 5th and 6th symphonies. Very highly reviewed, though. Just have to edit out the opera in the fourth movement and it'll be perfect (even if it'll be sacrilege to many classical fans...haha)

    17 Out 21h30 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I was browsing Good Will today and found 4 new CDs...I thought I bought Beethoven's 9th, but I got Dvorak's 9th symphony. Looked him up and it said that Dvorak mixed classical music with Czech folk traditions. Thinking of checking him out soon, he seems pretty interesting...oh, and Beethoven's 5th and 6th symphonies are now on CD!

    15 Out 23h46 Responder
  • DrStrangeIove

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AJl2ne0Qjs

    15 Out 18h15 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXhJN_J40hE Rammstein made some hilarious stuff, kinda funny looking back at how seriously I took them in high school haha

    14 Out 4h17 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Werner Herzog might be intentionally humorous with his quirkiness then, I always saw him that way. *grins* I definitely prefer what Australia is producing lately (Karnivool - Sound Awake being my favorite, The Butterfly Effect and Twelve Foot Ninja especially)

    11 Out 23h55 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Ingmar Bergman explored many interesting territories and as a result a lot of his film plots sound intriguing to me. All of those Bergman films you recommended me are around 90 minutes long and looking only at the length of his films it seems he likes to get straight to the essence of every story. That didn't seem like the case with The Seventh Seal. Anyway since we usually have a similar opinion about films I know I'll at least enjoy those you recommended me a lot more. Oh yeah now I remember, we were discussing about stand-up comedians. Now I think I understand what you mean.

    11 Out 20h49 Responder
  • SAGYology

    No, I haven't seen La Dolce Vita. If I recall correctly you mentioned once when we were discussing about humor that you usually avoid foreign humor. I see this is an Italian comedy film, so I'm curious do you consider it funny? Only Ingmar Bergman film I've seen so far is The Seventh Seal and I think it's alright. I can't really say anything bad about it, but it doesn't have any special meaning to me if you know what I mean. Can you recommend any other Bergman film?

    11 Out 19h27 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Also, I'm curious...how far have you gone into Australian rock and metal? They have some truly stellar bands lately, a lot of creative effects use as well.

    10 Out 19h46 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I disagree...Machine Head actually strategically placed and composed where the strings are. Metallica just kinda threw different instruments and synced it with the guitars, bass, etc. Don't get me wrong, it's awesome that they made the idea of orchestrated thrash metal in the minds of many...I just think Machine Head does more consistent quality. Metallica has some gems, but even their old stuff was mostly improved upon by Evile in my opinion. Machine Head is a bit too fast to be called groove metal to me...when I think groove metal, I think quarter and 8th notes. Machine Head often goes to 16th and 32nd notes within songs, they just have more dynamic tempo changes than most thrash metal bands to me. Werner Herzog is hilariously hyper-serious to me, but he was definitely an eccentric personality. He directed this, for instance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vv0aAv0lJ3s

    10 Out 19h45 Responder
  • KingsAndQueen

    Well, it's never too late to recover the habit. I mostly read when I listen to music, or in the train. Or whenever. But I really don't like Nietzsche, his writing is too temperamental :P Anyway, there would be nothing wrong if you did like him. I think that, despite his angry tone he was honest. He did not give excuses and went straightforward to say what he thought

    10 Out 18h58 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I'm curious, how would you describe German humor? I enjoy Werner Herzog's silly moments and Kraftwerk's live shows, but it has a certain quality to it that eludes me.

    10 Out 17h57 Responder
  • SAGYology

    I don't really know much about all those movie awards and I probably haven't heard about Palme d'Or until you recommended me Pulp Fiction. It's nice they give awards to movies made all around the world. I'm tempted to create a rym account instead, but I tend to avoid "rating sites" if you know what I mean. I'd probably spend to much time thinking/analyzing what rating should I give, haha. No, I never heard about this theory. Since there's theory about pretty much every nonsense on the net I'm not surprised about this one. :D

    1 Out 13h30 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I've actually considered learning electric cello or another electric classical isntrument if I ever got the chance (I love exploring tones/effects.)

    30 Set 20h14 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    World of Warcraft is still bad, I've just seen so many shades of atrocity that it barely registers for me anymore haha. Never plays Sims much, but I played the hell out of Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 and the first game. Not sure how Load/Reload can be called southern rock, they were always more along the lines of hard rock with grunge influences on me (like Until it Sleeps.) Machine Head aren't purely symphonic, but I find it odd that you're opposed to metal bands flirting with classical accompaniment. I know your thoughts on thrash metal, Machine Head basically uses it the way Vektor uses synth for extra impact. It's unfortunate if it became cliche, I always thought it was the best elements of bands like Brave and Red. My issue with symphonic metal is generally there being either too muchor too little symphonics; Machine Head seemed to find a great balance.

    30 Set 20h13 Responder
  • KingsAndQueen

    No, it's okay. I understand. I was talking about an artistic point of view mostly. But as far as thought goes, I guess that 20th century thinkers speak to my own worries much more than those of the middle ages. I feel like art was very good in renaissance even, the times that followed and the early 20th century... but then the avant garde movement, which did a lot of good in music, did not do so well in every literary work. Now every mediocre author calls himself an avant garde writer... :P

    30 Set 19h47 Responder
  • KingsAndQueen

    (it should say system where it says cosmovision, something like world view)

    30 Set 19h23 Responder
  • KingsAndQueen

    Linked to the efforts of Alphonse X the Wise to unite tongues and spread culture. The fact that he wrote legal, literary, musical productions, that he was interested in translations of hebrew and arab, that he popularized chess (when it's in reality an Indian game, the propagation of the Marian devotion, etc). Despite one's posture in religion, Christianity shaped our culture: universities are a medieval institution :) I despise much of what has happened through the whole of history, but I've learned to take good things from each age. I like music from all ages... :)

    30 Set 19h21 Responder
  • KingsAndQueen

    German romantics painted the middle ages much nicer than it was, but while I don't deny that horrible stuff happened back then (the Crusades and the 700 year long Arab invasion in Spain, for example), one has to think that in Ancient times, the Roman Empire existed, and it wasn't very nice with Christians either or about some of the aborigin people doing religious rituals with human sacrifices. Also, during the contemporary era, the French beheaded a lot of people with their revolution, as well... the first world wars forward in time we don't have very peaceful and enlightened times even now. What I like about the middle ages is the art and some of the cosmovision, but definitely I wouldn't be quick to denounce the whole of people for misogyny or anything, even though it's known that injustice existed.What the Arab invasion brought as well as the spaniards' offensive was a fusion of the Jewish, Arab and Christian cultures that I find fascinating. (1)

    30 Set 19h20 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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