KeIemvor

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Antonio VivaldiCello Sonata In G Minor, RV 42: II. Allemanda: Andante 19 Set 18h29
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Antonio VivaldiCello sonata in E-flat major, RV 39: IV. Allegro 19 Set 18h23
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Antonio VivaldiCello Sonata in B-Flat Major, RV 45: III. Largo 19 Set 17h22
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  • Sanity_Theorist

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tagZW5S8hFU I made dubstep parody!

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  • Sanity_Theorist

    Helge Schneider sounds as silly as The Wurzels, I'm sure he's hilarious for German speakers.

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  • Sanity_Theorist

    My interest in S&M might be out of the novelty of it, admittedly; I can't really name any other symphonic thrash metal unless select Apocalyptica tracks half count. Time shall tell if it has lasting value, I just wish they did The Thorn Within on it, symphonic grungy metal could be awesome. Symphonic metal is mostly missed potential for me sadly, opera vocals are more abrasive than any death metal growls...but the bands that can balance the metal and symphonics are awesome and worth the compositional parsing. I'd say Doctor Steel has far more passion than Jordan Rudess. :P can definitely see where the Devin Townsend similarities are with the vocals/industrial influences, though. Cross cultural humor is definitely tricky...visual humor is better with it generally. Rammstein's videos are hysterically shock rock, for instance, especially Mein Teil.

    12 Set 18h50 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Opeth fans are pretentious as all hell, so I trolled them in creative ways, haha...same approach I use when screwing around with second Life users. Playful fun keeps the mind young. I haven't heard much Emperor because Ihsahn's Social Darwinistic views piss me off, but I would compare them to Hungarian Taranis with more Carach Angren/Shade Empire style symphonics and some folk elements. Haven't listened to them much yet, they could have influences I didn't pick up on at first. Orphaned Land are a rare case of a great band leading a genre. Funny enough, I wanted to like St. Anger a lot back when I was a lot angstier...even tracked down the live in studio DVD for the high bass mixing. The Unnamed Feeling might be kinda nu, but I admit it's a bit of a guilty pleasure from me. Every teenager has their genre they regret liking, and mine is definitely nu metal haha.

    12 Set 18h46 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Also, I found my favorite countercultural icon since Devo over these past two weeks: http://www.doctorsteelarchives.com/doctor-phineas-waldolf-steel If he has lasting appeal, the triumvirate will be complete between him, Devo and the Church of the Subgenius!

    11 Set 6h38 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I like some bands more as time goes on and dislike others, it all depends on the direction they go...but I definitely lean towards bias towards tonally varied and ambitious groups/solo composers. All comes down to what's effective, some bands are ambitious and just intensely unlistenable (like Igorrr, the unfunny form of The Algorithm.) Call me crazy, but aside from S&M, Load and Reload are my favorite two Metallica albums. Granted I only like 12 tracks between the two, but still...the non-filler tracks are probably among their best. Devo does use analog synth and they even parodied disco at one point, so it's understandable. I give credit to any art that's sincere without being pretentious (which is more often with simplicity than complexity) and honest effort. I suppose some of what I enjoy could be called regressive, but it's more about how everything comes together for me. As far as Van Canto goes, they are just silly fun haha...love 'em for that.

    11 Set 6h16 Responder
  • Sanity_Theorist

    As for what I was doing in the meantime, how do you feel about symphonic black metal and oriental metal? I've expanded on those quite a bit the past two weeks, alongside other oddities like You Bred Raptors?, an odd band mixing percussion, cello and an 8 string virtuoso bassist. Also found some great avant-garde metal, including the first doom metal to be legitimately scary for me.

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  • Sanity_Theorist

    Got banned from posting comments for two weeks because I did a Vogon poetry slam on Steven Wilson...so apparently calling a band change a lame tribute band is a more civil way of going about it. Oh, and I got banned before spammers...priorities!

    11 Set 6h03 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Well I still don't know how am I going to watch 4:3 ratio movies. Since I bought the monitor I've seen only 2 movies and both were br rips in 16:9 ratio. Have you seen Taxi Driver by Martin Scorsese? I haven't seen this list yet, thanks for sharing. I'll surely examine the entire article because that's the best way to discover masterpieces I've never seen before. It's a shame Stanley didn't get to reply to Akira Kurosawa's fan mail. Nope, the earliest Kubrick movie I've seen is The Killing. However, I've read a book analysis of all Kubrick movie soundtracks "Kubrick's musical odyssey" by Irena Paulus so I know some details about all movies. Yes and yes! I've seen both American Beauty and Jacob's Ladder. They're both masterpieces as far as I'm concerned! I think you even recommended me American Beauty! Same here, the story is the most important to me not the genre. I asked only because I haven't seen many war movies.

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  • SAGYology

    First time I've seen a widescreen TV was at my friends house and now I can't tell anymore if it was badly configured or I gradually got used to the additional width. I'm surprised how even a screenshot from the hospital scene survived! Good then, maybe Francis Ford Coppola just desperately wanted to earn some money and just released a bunch of thrown material. I've seen Shutter Island only once a few years back and I enjoyed it although naturally I don't remember all the details. I should see it again one day. Apocalypse Now is absolutely amazing from the very first scene until the end. First scene immediately left me speechless, the sound of helicopters, Willard's visions, The End by The Doors. Some scenes are unusually long and yet they managed to maintain my interest. With all this mystery about Kurtz I knew the ending will be excellent, but it was uncertain what will happen. Btw do you usually like war movies?

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  • SAGYology

    I remember the early days of widescreen TV's/monitors when all people on the screen looked to me like they had too much weight. It took me a long time to get used to it. :D Yes I do have the US uncut version of The Shining and If I recall correctly you once told me that for a long time you didn't know about it and watched only reduced European version. I can't compare them because I've only seen the US version. However, I remember reading on imdb the differences between cuts and I'm glad I've seen the uncut version. Have you heard about the original ending of The Shining with Danny and Wendy in the hospital? Stanley deleted the scene just a few days after the premiere. Btw last night I finally saw Apocalypse Now and after watching I realized there's an extended cut almost 50 minutes longer than the original!

    8 Set 20h29 Responder
  • SAGYology

    I've also listened to Times of Grace the most and it's probably my favourite Neurosis album. Hahaha, it's actually a shame the artist didn't add this text as a caption! :D Recently I bought a widescreen 21.5" LED monitor (until now I had a standard 17" LCD) and now with this additional width it's weird to watch older movies made in 4:3 ratio. I think I won't be able to resist the temptation to switch the aspect ratio to 16:9.

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  • DonDonald

    What's your opinion on Rachmaninoff's "Piano Concerto No.2, Op.18 in C minor II. Adagio sostenuto"? I'm enjoying this piece quite a bit.

    5 Set 21h14 Responder
  • SAGYology

    I still haven't listened to Enemy of the Sun yet and the latest one Honor Found In Decay. I see you love almost all songs from The Eye Of Every Storm and I guess I'll have to give it a few more spins because I'm having problems with that album. All songs sound interesting to me, it's just for some reason they haven't fully clicked with me. What's your favourite Neurosis album? Before I forget there's one Stanley Kubrick tribute picture I accidentally excluded in my zip file. Here it is: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BukQsNlIUAAoWbT.jpg:large from those I sent you this is probably my favourite. Now you'll want to see The Shining even more, sorry my bad. :D Btw did you know Stanley Kubrick was terrified of the fact that one day Warner will release The Shining in 16:9 ratio?

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  • DrStrangeIove

    muss die garnicht kennen um das beurteilen zu können jungä

    3 Set 23h19 Responder
  • 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! :)

    1 Set 20h25 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?

    1 Set 20h15 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
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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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