wasn't a first thought. Thank you for your suggestion and will look
out for it. :-)
On Jun 30, 11:04 am, paradox <eadohe...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Speaking of passionate composers, try the second movement of Dmitri
> Shostakovich's Piano Concerto No. 2; how about being seized and
> carried by music till your body is ready to float away...? :)
> On Jun 30, 3:12 pm, rigsy03 <rigs...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I love the Russians and some of the other passionate composers. I am
> > after tempo but also the "reach" of melody as a longing. As for pop- I
> > like Gershwin and witty lyrics- Porter, Rodgers and Hart. Dislike
> > dissonance and wimpy love songs- often country western. Like soft rock
> > prior to heavy metal and present noise. Like being seized and carried
> > by music till my body is ready to dance away.
> > On Jun 30, 7:42 am, "leerevdoug...@googlemail.com" <l...@rdfmedia.com>
> > wrote:
> > > Umm I think that emotional context must be subjective. Do we all feel
> > > the same emotions when listening to the same piece of music?
> > > So I must ask does the composer have this emotional frame you speak
> > > of, or does he compose with his own emotions in mind?
> > > On the other hand I think we can agree that certian patterns of sound
> > > are well known for invokeing certian moods, so perhaps a little from
> > > coloumn A and a little from coloumn B?
> > > On Jun 30, 8:21 am, paradox <eadohe...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > > > Good questions; the author or composer must have a qualitative sense
> > > > of the emotional "frame" of the piece as he/she writes, presumably;
> > > > but its a marvel how they manage to reconstruct that qualia through
> > > > sound.
> > > > On Jun 29, 6:24 pm, "pol.science kid" <r.freeb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > > I know right.... music.... rhythm.... an immediate effect.... is it merely
> > > > > the systematic striking of chords... i am in awe.. of those who create
> > > > > music.... is music created... or is it there before the keys are struck ...
> > > > > the chords pulled... do we make music or do we simlply tune in.... i dont
> > > > > mean writing a song.... but a sonata perhaps.... where does it come from....
> > > > > On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 10:02 PM, paradox <eadohe...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > > > > > Today, i found myself completely lost in the magical wonderland of
> > > > > > Patrick Doyle's "My Fathers Favourite"; it is a breathtakingly
> > > > > > beautiful place indeed. Which got me thinking...what is it about
> > > > > > certain pieces of music that invoke in us an overwhelming emotional
> > > > > > landscape?
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