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in light of the shopping thing do you like classical music, and do you think young people today really hate it? I think people should be more educated about it personally
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ermmmmmmmmm nope not really
i listen to it when in class when the teacher puts the radio on, but i dont hate it.

I like the clasical/rock stuff tho
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i dont like it. its just as suicidal as pop/rave. fortunatly, wheneva im at shops etc i always have my mp3 player with me
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its ok. but then i like ALL music under the sun... except for trance/clubby ***** music... a little bit of classical can be nice. i wouldn't personally choose to listen to it constantly but hey... its still a valid form of music.
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i dont like it. its just as suicidal as pop/rave. fortunatly, wheneva im at shops etc i always have my mp3 player with me
ditto. always am plugged in with my own music, rather than listen to what shops etc have to offer...
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How anyone can dislike the greatest art music the Western world has ever known quite, quite escapes me.
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You need to be careful when saying classical music. There is a specific time period for classical music, as well as baroque, for example. People sometimes refer classical as a general term which will include baroque.
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Mozart, Beethoven, Purcell, Haydn, Brahms, Shostakovich, Schubert... couldn't live without it *dreams*
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The little 'c' meant classical in teh generalised term, if I had said Classicel music is would have meant the era. for most people that would have been whoosh, btw there is more then just classical and baroque there is

Pre-renaissance
Renaissance
Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Modern
Neo-modern as well
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(Original post by NDGAARONDI)
You need to be careful when saying classical music. There is a specific time period for classical music, as well as baroque, for example. People sometimes refer classical as a general term which will include baroque.
Yes, I agree... if I was writing an essay I would only use the term 'classical' in the strictest sense of the word (music written between approximately 1750-1810), but in general parlance I would use it in the broader sense of the word.
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The little 'c' meant classical in teh generalised term, if I had said Classicel music is would have meant the era. for most people that would have been whoosh, btw there is more then just classical and baroque there is

Pre-renaissance
Renaissance
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Romantic
Modern
Neo-modern as well
well arent we classical music boffs! :rolleyes:
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(Original post by NDGAARONDI)
You need to be careful when saying classical music. There is a specific time period for classical music, as well as baroque, for example. People sometimes refer classical as a general term which will include baroque.
You don't need to get into that It's generally assumed that, unless excplicitly stated, that 'classical' music covers all forms of ... classical music!

Personally I think everybody can appreciate it. Would most films be the same without classical music? I doubt it. Can you imagine the star wars sonudtrack being played in a trad. jazz style? :p: Obviously classical music isn't limited to films, but that's where people are likely to hear it the most.
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does ny1 know the brginning bit to baz lurmans romeo and juliet... whos it by i really like it???
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well arent we classical music boffs! :rolleyes:
haha well at least I know AS level music is teaching me something! (I switch off in lessons quite often - my teacher hates it - I'm the only one in the class )
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does ny1 know the brginning bit to baz lurmans romeo and juliet... whos it by i really like it???

Sorry IO dont know but I will ask around
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Sorry IO dont know but I will ask around
i thought it was something by prokiev (spelt wrong probly) but may be wrong
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i thought it was something by prokiev (spelt wrong probly) but may be wrong
Motagues and Capulets - Prokofiev? The one they always use on ancient Greek/Roman documentary videos?
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You don't need to get into that It's generally assumed that, unless excplicitly stated, that 'classical' music covers all forms of ... classical music!

Personally I think everybody can appreciate it. Would most films be the same without classical music? I doubt it. Can you imagine the star wars sonudtrack being played in a trad. jazz style? :p: Obviously classical music isn't limited to films, but that's where people are likely to hear it the most.
Good point, I forgot about film music!
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Motagues and Capulets - Prokofiev? The one they always use on ancient Greek/Roman documentary videos?
CARMINA BURANA by Carl Orff

The opening piece in this movie is a remake of O Fortuna


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