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    (Original post by Leechayy)
    I'm alright thanks, what about you? What job do you have by the way?
    Hungry and tired.

    I work at a hotel cleaning in the butler and kitchen. Its contracted this time which is awesome so i have security
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Really?! Awesome! :five:

    Haven't heard that, will listen to it now

    What else do you listen to?
    I listen to absolutely everything! My music choices are varied...
    Indie, Rock, Pop, Rap, Metal, Heavy Metal.....Electronic....Dubstep( Don't judge), Acoustic....Classical, Classic Rock...The list goes on!
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    (Original post by emma.b)
    I am restraining myself from a witty comeback however I am not the type of person to mock. The people bring it on themselves - it is the latest fad and one many people will follow even if they think they are a 'geek' or not. What I said back there was humour my dear, not something to be taken seriously. I was responding to his post on his reactions to the question not mine. Logically, I know the answers to the question, I know that the people most likely will not answer correctly and I also know I would get that kind of response.
    However, like I said humour can be interpreted in very different ways and in my defense I was telling him how to deal with cruel words. By lightening up.
    Thats a lesson for everyone I believe....
    Ummm...lesson learned?
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    (Original post by emma.b)
    I listen to absolutely everything! My music choices are varied...
    Indie, Rock, Pop, Rap, Metal, Heavy Metal.....Electronic....Dubstep( Don't judge), Acoustic....Classical, Classic Rock...The list goes on!
    I usually only listen to a few songs from 1 band, or only one song from them. My current playlist has epic (film/trailer music etc), rock, metal, dubstep (not judging), and some ones that I'll consider as 'unclassifiable'

    I haven't listened to my Classical playlist for a while, maybe it's time to get back.

    One of my favourite Romantic period pieces; the woman playing it was almost 40 at the time of recording believe it or not!

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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    Hungry and tired.

    I work at a hotel cleaning in the butler and kitchen. Its contracted this time which is awesome so i have security
    Cool, are they all like buff and 6 foot?
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    (Original post by Leechayy)
    Ummm...lesson learned?
    Wasn't aimed at you sweetie, I can be quite sharp when I want to be though!

    All is grand, I don't discriminate...
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I usually only listen to a few songs from 1 band, or only one song from them. My current playlist has epic (film/trailer music etc), rock, metal, dubstep (not judging), and some ones that I'll consider as 'unclassifiable'

    I haven't listened to my Classical playlist for a while, maybe it's time to get back.

    One of my favourite Romantic period pieces; the woman playing it was almost 40 at the time of recording believe it or not!

    Woo music fwends! That is actually beautiful Bude, I love it!
    I love when my singing teacher picks songs from the Romantic Period to sing! She picked out a beautiful one by Elgar a few weeks ago that I have to learn!
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    (Original post by emma.b)
    Woo music fwends! That is actually beautiful Bude, I love it!
    I love when my singing teacher picks songs from the Romantic Period to sing! She picked out a beautiful one by Elgar a few weeks ago that I have to learn!
    Rachmaninoff sure knew how to write a tune '^'

    I like Chopin and Beethoven as well
    But some of the pieces are so damn long ._.
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    (Original post by emma.b)
    Wasn't aimed at you sweetie, I can be quite sharp when I want to be though!
    hahaa, I can tell its alright
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Rachmaninoff sure knew how to write a tune '^'

    I like Chopin and Beethoven as well
    But some of the pieces are so damn long ._.
    Amazing wee tune!

    Beethoven is good and I haven't listened to Chopin as much!
    I like a lot of Tchaikovsky's work, we use it a lot in ballet so I've grown used to the length being long. But you are right, the concertos are so long!
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    (Original post by Leechayy)
    hahaa, I can tell its alright
    I'm just super-duper stressed and little tiny things are bugging me! Going to remain as calm as possible.....
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    (Original post by Leechayy)
    Cool, are they all like buff and 6 foot?
    I work almost exclusively with women actually, no other guy was in work today as either their day off or on break.
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    (Original post by emma.b)
    Amazing wee tune!

    Beethoven is good and I haven't listened to Chopin as much!
    I like a lot of Tchaikovsky's work, we use it a lot in ballet so I've grown used to the length being long. But you are right, the concertos are so long!
    I don't know much about Tchaikovsky's work (apart from the Nutcracker) but yeah, I heard he's used in ballet a lot

    In our music school, we also name the rooms by composers and I have my lessons in 'Tchaikovsky'

    Chopin Op 10 Etudes are great. My favourites are 2, 4 and 5. They're all so hard to play though T_T
    Like, seriously hard.
    Seriously seriously hard.


    Chopin's Valse Op 64 No. 2 is nice as well, and his Nocturne in E Flat Major Op 9 No. 2 :yes: They'll probably sound very familiar
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    I work almost exclusively with women actually, no other guy was in work today as either their day off or on break.
    Do you mean that in a good way or bad way? Can't really tell:giggle:
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    (Original post by emma.b)
    I'm just super-duper stressed and little tiny things are bugging me! Going to remain as calm as possible.....
    Story of my life
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I don't know much about Tchaikovsky's work (apart from the Nutcracker) but yeah, I heard he's used in ballet a lot

    In our music school, we also name the rooms by composers and I have my lessons in 'Tchaikovsky'

    Chopin Op 10 Etudes are great. My favourites are 2, 4 and 5. They're all so hard to play though T_T
    Like, seriously hard.
    Seriously seriously hard.


    Chopin's Valse Op 64 No. 2 is nice as well, and his Nocturne in E Flat Major Op 9 No. 2 :yes: They'll probably sound very familiar
    VALENTINA! :love:
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    (Original post by Leechayy)
    Do you mean that in a good way or bad way? Can't really tell:giggle:
    It's not a bad or a good thing. It was so funny though at work today working with my friend Jess
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    (Original post by emma.b)
    Oh wow....not good!
    Just remember who will pass their GCSEs and their words won't hurt as much!

    It's a bit mean to wish someone to fail their GCSEs, after all it may not be entirely their fault they behave the way they do.
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    VALENTINA! :love:
    :adore:

    It's not a bad or a good thing. It was so funny though at work today working with my friend Jess
    Valentina OP OP OP
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Valentina OP OP OP
    She has mad skills - i wish I could play like that.
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I don't know much about Tchaikovsky's work (apart from the Nutcracker) but yeah, I heard he's used in ballet a lot

    In our music school, we also name the rooms by composers and I have my lessons in 'Tchaikovsky'

    Chopin Op 10 Etudes are great. My favourites are 2, 4 and 5. They're all so hard to play though T_T
    Like, seriously hard.
    Seriously seriously hard.


    Chopin's Valse Op 64 No. 2 is nice as well, and his Nocturne in E Flat Major Op 9 No. 2 :yes: They'll probably sound very familiar
    That's so interesting, we only have one music room...with Mr Timpany being the Music Teacher:')

    Jeez, they all sound so hard!! Wow!!
    Do you play piano?

    Oh yes, they are extremely familiar...something I probably listened to when I was younger!
 
 
 
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