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Old 15-06-07, 08:15   #21
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I enjoy classical (Mozart, Bach, Saint Saans etc) and neo-classical/orchestral (Karl Jenkins, film scores etc) etc) very much indeed
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Old 15-06-07, 09:46   #22
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I love Chopin and Tchaikovsky
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Old 15-06-07, 09:52   #23
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Not usually, but I love the song played at the start of the Apprentice. And film scores are great
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Old 15-06-07, 09:54   #24
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I wouldn't say i'm a great fan but i have got a Beethoven(not the big dog) cd which is really soothing. My favorite has got to be "Moonlight" sonata.
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Old 15-06-07, 15:35   #25
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Yes, very much a fan of the music. I got my taste for it while studying violin for years as a child.

Of many favourite pieces, I still get tingles when I hear Beethoven's 9th, which I learned to play, but also for the poignancy it represents as it was chosen by the Germans to hail the demolition of the Belin Wall.

And I'm quite proud that my son has also taken a shine to classical pieces. He even asks me to tune into Classic FM while in the car
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Old 15-06-07, 17:23   #26
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Classics is a really worthy thing to listen to. I can't say I'm a fan (I often fail to remember the names of composers etc.) but after listening to a melody of the kind, most of the rest "musical" sounds seem to be just noisy.
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Old 15-06-07, 17:53   #27
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I love classical music. Used to listen to Classic FM all the time. I'm more into neo-classical - Karl Jenkins compositions and the like - or crossover, and orchestral in general.
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Old 15-06-07, 18:35   #28
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I am listening to classic music sometimes, not only listening, but playing some of classics on piano.
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Old 15-06-07, 18:40   #29
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lol; I was practicing a song I made up earlier [link] and after that I played "Tocatta and Fugue in D Minor," then when I came upstairs my sister said, "You should play that at my wedding." Silly me thought she meant the Toccatta and Fugue [] I thought she was crazy. Then I realized that I had also been playing the first song.

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Old 04-04-08, 15:25   #30
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I love classical music!

I'm a huge fan of orchestras, I have loads of videos, I love all kinds of classical music
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