What music (if any) are you listening to...

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Lifecrafter
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Well, as soon as I get a mic and proper music software, I'll make audio lessons to y'all! :P

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Infiltrator
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Yay! Only problem, I don't want to speak it, just write it. :P

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Erudite*
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quote:
Originally written by Ken Kaniff:

Also, your opinions of it, xxo? :rolleyes:
Well, "Silk" and "The Revenge of the Crapman" are all I've been listening to all day, if that tells you anything...

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Lifecrafter
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Ah, so you're a masochist?

Also, Jonnie, then you just have to find a site, print it all out, and read for yourself. :P

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Erudite*
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quote:
Originally written by Ken Kaniff:

Ah, so you're a masochist?

No. But look:
quote:
Originally written by Ken Kaniff:

Silk, by me myself. Meh. It's my best song ever!



[ Sunday, November 09, 2003 13:51: Message edited by: xxo ]

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Senile Reptile
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Concerto for Cello No. 2 in E minor, Op. 30, by Herbert.

I guess God doesn't want me to listen to Dvorak's music. There's never been a concert nearby featuring his music, they never play his pieces on the radio, and I haven't bought a CD in years. I just get them as presents. ;)

Do you know any good websites for downloading classical music? All I can find are MIDIs, which are the worst creation of man kind as far as I'm concerned. I don't have Kazaa or Napster or any of those, and I don't plan on getting them.

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Polaris
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Bob's Big Date
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Good luck, then. I don't think you should have a moral issue with them if you're not using them for anything illegal :P

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Yeee... I did. IT'S CONFUZLLIEINELINFLISNFUKLJBUBLJNG!

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Agent
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"Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)" by Styx. I love those 70-80s bands. Though 60s music isn't so bad either. They all beat rap and that new age **** that people (and groups) like N*Sync sing.

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Motrax? Classical composers are dead. You shouldn't have any moral issues with pirating classical music in the same way I have no moral issues with pirating Hendrix.

Bellbottom Blues by Eric Clapton, The Wall by Kansas, It's Gonna Rain by Bonnie Pink.

EDIT: And hey, who can forget such pieces like Bier Her and Ecstasy?

http://geocities.com/terrorsmartyr/muzic/

[ Sunday, November 09, 2003 16:19: Message edited by: Haamana ]

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We're all amazed but not amused
By all the things that you said you'd do.
You're much concerned but not involved by
Decisions that are made by you
But we are sick and tired of hearing your song,
Telling us how you are going to change right from wrong,
'Cause if you really want to hear our views,
You haven't done nothin'.

Posts: 6936 | Registered: Tuesday, September 18 2001 07:00
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Sunrise Sunset, Sunshine Springs, and Twilight Stalker. And Benadicter Rhapsody. :P

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Posts: 549 | Registered: Thursday, October 17 2002 07:00
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...you mean Benadictine Rhapsody?

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We're all amazed but not amused
By all the things that you said you'd do.
You're much concerned but not involved by
Decisions that are made by you
But we are sick and tired of hearing your song,
Telling us how you are going to change right from wrong,
'Cause if you really want to hear our views,
You haven't done nothin'.

Posts: 6936 | Registered: Tuesday, September 18 2001 07:00
Shock Trooper
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Broken Arrow soundtrack, by Hans Zimmer.


Not all ?classical’ composers are dead. The composer may be dead; the people who produced the music you’re listening to, including the conductors and musicians, usually are not. And if they are, there’s a very good reason why you’re listening to their recording over someone else’s. Anyhow, what has that to do with it? I would not pirate anything I value.

As for websites ? sorry, I don’t. We’ve got a lot of recordings and no compunction against buying more, so I’ve never looked. If you’re looking for cheap CDs though, go for Naxos. The recordings aren’t always the best, but there are some surprisingly good ones, if you’re willing to search for them.

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Posts: 356 | Registered: Saturday, August 23 2003 07:00
Senile Reptile
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Nono, I've got no moral problems with downloading music. My computer's been acting a tad slow for it's processor, and my guess is that I picked up some background junk from the internet somewhere.

I'd probably get all sorts of crap by using Kazaa or its ilk. A bit of paranoia, I guess, but whatever. I'm not THAT desperate for more classical music. I can always bum CDs off one of my friends (the only other teenager who listens to classical as far as I know).

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Polaris
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One of my closest friends, a composition major at college, is a fine composer of classical music. The majority of the music he listens to is classical as well. He and some of my other friends used to be in a progressive rock band, and he would modify a lot of his classical stuff for that. His stuff is far from traditional classical, but it is, without a doubt, first rate. If there are indeed others like him, you may see, in the coming years, a new crop of young classical composers rise to take the place of those long dead and gone.

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Lifecrafter
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If I have gotten it right, xxo likes my mucic. So horray, no matter what she says in her next post!

Also, currently playing Hailie's song, by Eminem.

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Shaper
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Well, actually, all classical composors *are* dead. Classical describes an era of music. While you do get neo-classical composers, all those who invented the genre are now long dead.

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Posts: 2862 | Registered: Tuesday, October 2 2001 07:00
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Eh, So? The file name is hard to read, and so it looks like benadicterrhapsody.mid instead of benadictinerhapsody.mid... Eh. When will you make more??? I've listened to all of these for almost a year now....

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Professor Frost always foils my plans.
Posts: 549 | Registered: Thursday, October 17 2002 07:00
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Oh, Motrax, who are some good classical composers? I'm starting to, uh, like classical music...

--Zxquez

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Professor Frost gives me ideas.
Professor Frost has many an eye.
Professor Frost always foils my plans.
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Shock Trooper
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quote:
Originally written by Morgan:

Well, actually, all classical composors *are* dead. Classical describes an era of music. While you do get neo-classical composers, all those who invented the genre are now long dead.
Which is why I put the quote marks around 'classical'. In this particular context, I am defining classical more in the sense of the overall musical genre as most of the population seems to see it, rather than it's technical definition.

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Posts: 356 | Registered: Saturday, August 23 2003 07:00
Lifecrafter
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I love using Kazaa. I really don't care much about pirating issues. My view on the matter is if you are too poor to be able to go to a mall and buy music, then there is nothing wrong with using Kazaa. But if you are among the rich upper class, I think you should buy songs. I am poor, poorer than most people here. I have no access to a mall to begin with and don't have the money to spend there anyway. I use Kazaa all the time and have no misgivings about its illegality. It simply doesn't bother me.

Same goes for most types of software programs that can be downloaded on the computer. Such as QuickTime Pro, Midi Editors, Icon Creator Tools, and the such. I find it pointless to have to go and buy a full version when there are cracks and serial codes out there to register it for you for free. If I were to register all the programs on my computer, my bill would be over $500.00. And I don't have that kind of money to throw around. I prefer the free method, including music.

By the way, I am listening to...

Our Last Summer - A-Teens
Breakdown - Mariah Carey & Bone Thugs -N- Harmony

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Lifecrafter
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^ I approve on the crakcing, pirating issue. On the music, however, I do not.

Listenin' to 'The Real Slim Shady', by you-know-who.

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- The Great Mister
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Bob's Big Date
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quote:
Originally written by Zxquez Zahndii:

Oh, Motrax, who are some good classical composers? I'm starting to, uh, like classical music...

--Zxquez

Beethoven. Mozart. Brahms. If he says 'Bach', 'Vivaldi', or anything containing 'ov', he's lying to you.

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"Another Brick in the Wall", Pink Floyd
"Slim Anus", Insane Clown Posse
"Right Here in My Arms", H.I.M.

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Eternity by D•A•I, Little Wing by Jimi Hendrix, My Sharona by the Knack, Carry On by Crosby, Stills Nash and Young.

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We're all amazed but not amused
By all the things that you said you'd do.
You're much concerned but not involved by
Decisions that are made by you
But we are sick and tired of hearing your song,
Telling us how you are going to change right from wrong,
'Cause if you really want to hear our views,
You haven't done nothin'.

Posts: 6936 | Registered: Tuesday, September 18 2001 07:00

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