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Old 06-04-2008, 03:37 AM
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Default Re: Are the classics dieing?

I meant drug music as those raves and things that everbody on the party end up having overdose or going home high, drunk and fighting everyone in the way, I hate this sort of thing, it's for weak people.

But I surely agree that many musics are actually played/created due to drugs. one day I had my light on drgus for musics. Not that I wanted it but I understood. Simply for instrumental being high, musicians created(and still create) many unusual things or whatever. It's not a good way, but... sometimes, they have no other options, or just... having their "fun" and that musical lightining hits them and the MUST save it for posterity or it's lost forever...
Other thing is when musicians aren't in a good mood or anything to play a show, but they can't stop it. so they must relax in some way or... find inspiration... That's just my idea anyway, I never did drugs, and never will, unless the cops wants to interrogate me and will have to use that "truth serum". That must be horrible...
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Old 06-06-2008, 09:43 AM
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But let's not get off-topic. We can make a thread about the bondage between drugs and music, but this is about dying classics

I wonder if classical pianists took drugs.
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Probably only when cannabis was considered a health supplement in Europe.
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The classics are still lively with their roles.
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And, apparently, this thread isn't.
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I love classical music, whether it is of the baroque, classical period, or romantic genres. Even film scores, if many could be considered classical, and I listen to those very often. In fact, my mother kind of raised me on the classical composers and listening to their music. However, when it comes to more modern genres, I listen to mainly jazz, 1950s rock and roll or "rockabilly," country and western music, and some 1970s/80s funk and disco, sometimes. I rarely listen to music past the late 20th century, and even that is the occasional hip hop or pop song I hear on someone else's radio. I have tried to get into rap, but it doesn't strike me as much as other genres. I can't stand heavy metal or it's variations, though. It's just noise to me, with some occasionally interesting guitar riffs.
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I just realized that I misspelled dying in this threads title.
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I just realized that I misspelled dying in this threads title.
Fixed it. I never noticed that either. Alright lets get back on topic here. I think the classics are still very alive but they are not necessarily in the mainstream. I think if you look hard enough you can find some really high quality material.
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Default Re: Are the classics dying?

Hrm... This topic seems like it has a simple answer.

If people like a certain style of music, they will listen to it. I sincerely doubt that some one will go through their life without hearing their favorite style of music.

But that's just my two cents.
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