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Classical Music Nerds! 3 years 2 weeks ago #95586

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hi guys! do any of you like to listen to classical music regularly? do you have a favourite composer? and of course do you watch twoset?
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Classical Music Nerds! 3 years 1 week ago #95627

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No I don’t.
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Listening to classical music now! Don't have a favorite composer, but Beethoven, Bach, Chopin, Debussy, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, and Vivaldi come to mind. Surprisingly, I don't watch TwoSet regularly, but I do watch a few of their videos every now and then when they pop up in my recommended.

Ever heard of this YouTube channel, Rousseau? It's some dude that plays classical and pop music on an LED piano with falling notes above the keys. I adore his playing style and the visuals. Here's the video I'm listening to as I type:

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I watch twoset!

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They will walk and not faint.
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emmykitty wrote:
hi guys! do any of you like to listen to classical music regularly? do you have a favourite composer? and of course do you watch twoset?
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Literally twoset is the best. I'm so glad someone knows about them.
Also my favorite is Bach, so original I know...
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I think I heard the Oakwood Aeolians sing Bach.
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Finally, this conversation has been started. I'm a pianist and have been playing for a while. My favorite classical composer is Ludovico Einaudi. I love his songs Una Mattina, Novolue Blanche, and Fly. I learned how to play all of them.

Right now I'm trying to learn what can be considered one of the hardest piano pieces, Étude in G# Minor "La Campanella" by Franz Liszt. I only got the first three lines. And there are 12 pages.
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Blue Tornado wrote:
Listening to classical music now! Don't have a favorite composer, but Beethoven, Bach, Chopin, Debussy, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, and Vivaldi come to mind. Surprisingly, I don't watch TwoSet regularly, but I do watch a few of their videos every now and then when they pop up in my recommended.

Ever heard of this YouTube channel, Rousseau? It's some dude that plays classical and pop music on an LED piano with falling notes above the keys. I adore his playing style and the visuals. Here's the video I'm listening to as I type:

Yes I have! Rousseau is great and the visuals are so cool!
Also, how much of Vivaldi do you listen to?
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jGod8865 wrote:
Finally, this conversation has been started. I'm a pianist and have been playing for a while. My favorite classical composer is Ludovico Einaudi. I love his songs Una Mattina, Novolue Blanche, and Fly. I learned how to play all of them.

Right now I'm trying to learn what can be considered one of the hardest piano pieces, Étude in G# Minor "La Campanella" by Franz Liszt. I only got the first three lines. And there are 12 pages.
Yeah, La Campanella is hard! I don't even have the music so I've tried to learn it by ear... it hasn't gone too well :/
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Classical Music Nerds! 3 years 8 hours ago #95671

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jGod8865 wrote:
Finally, this conversation has been started. I'm a pianist and have been playing for a while. My favorite classical composer is Ludovico Einaudi. I love his songs Una Mattina, Novolue Blanche, and Fly. I learned how to play all of them.

Right now I'm trying to learn what can be considered one of the hardest piano pieces, Étude in G# Minor "La Campanella" by Franz Liszt. I only got the first three lines. And there are 12 pages.
I wish you luck, fellow pianist.
Speak for those who have no voice.
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Classical Music Nerds! 2 years 11 months ago #95674

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Are Taylor Swift and Katy Perry considered classical music?
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emmykitty wrote:
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Finally, this conversation has been started. I'm a pianist and have been playing for a while. My favorite classical composer is Ludovico Einaudi. I love his songs Una Mattina, Novolue Blanche, and Fly. I learned how to play all of them.

Right now I'm trying to learn what can be considered one of the hardest piano pieces, Étude in G# Minor "La Campanella" by Franz Liszt. I only got the first three lines. And there are 12 pages.
Yeah, La Campanella is hard! I don't even have the music so I've tried to learn it by ear... it hasn't gone too well :/

I can imagine. Looking at the sheet music is like deciphering a new language.
If you don't know musescore.com is a great site to find free sheet music for practically any song. Different users log on and upload sheet music that they have written for different songs. Almost 100% of my sheet music has come from there.
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jGod8865 wrote:
Finally, this conversation has been started. I'm a pianist and have been playing for a while. My favorite classical composer is Ludovico Einaudi. I love his songs Una Mattina, Novolue Blanche, and Fly. I learned how to play all of them.

Right now I'm trying to learn what can be considered one of the hardest piano pieces, Étude in G# Minor "La Campanella" by Franz Liszt. I only got the first three lines. And there are 12 pages.
I wish you luck, fellow pianist.

Thanks
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Finally, this conversation has been started. I'm a pianist and have been playing for a while. My favorite classical composer is Ludovico Einaudi. I love his songs Una Mattina, Novolue Blanche, and Fly. I learned how to play all of them.

Right now I'm trying to learn what can be considered one of the hardest piano pieces, Étude in G# Minor "La Campanella" by Franz Liszt. I only got the first three lines. And there are 12 pages.
Yeah, La Campanella is hard! I don't even have the music so I've tried to learn it by ear... it hasn't gone too well :/

I can imagine. Looking at the sheet music is like deciphering a new language.
If you don't know musescore.com is a great site to find free sheet music for practically any song. Different users log on and upload sheet music that they have written for different songs. Almost 100% of my sheet music has come from there.
Cool, I’ll definitely check it out.
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Classical Music Nerds! 2 years 11 months ago #95682

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musescore.com/classicman/scores/106022

Link to song I'm trying to learn.
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emmykitty wrote:
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Listening to classical music now! Don't have a favorite composer, but Beethoven, Bach, Chopin, Debussy, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, and Vivaldi come to mind. Surprisingly, I don't watch TwoSet regularly, but I do watch a few of their videos every now and then when they pop up in my recommended.

Ever heard of this YouTube channel, Rousseau? It's some dude that plays classical and pop music on an LED piano with falling notes above the keys. I adore his playing style and the visuals. Here's the video I'm listening to as I type:

Yes I have! Rousseau is great and the visuals are so cool!
Also, how much of Vivaldi do you listen to?

Usually, it's just the Four Seasons back to back. If I find more, though, I click out of curiosity.
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jGod8865 wrote:
Finally, this conversation has been started. I'm a pianist and have been playing for a while. My favorite classical composer is Ludovico Einaudi. I love his songs Una Mattina, Novolue Blanche, and Fly. I learned how to play all of them.

Right now I'm trying to learn what can be considered one of the hardest piano pieces, Étude in G# Minor "La Campanella" by Franz Liszt. I only got the first three lines. And there are 12 pages.

so i was recently recommended one of Einaudi's pieces (a slowed version of Experience) and it's some of the most beautiful music i've heard for a while! Do you still listen to his pieces?
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Classical Music Nerds! 1 year 5 months ago #100511

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So I'm always entertained by Baroque music, so it's no wonder that Vivaldi is my favorite composer :lol:
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i enjoy classical music, but i don't have a favorite composer. I loved your lie in April and the music in that. another good music-based anime is Sound! Euphonium.
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If you want to learn any piece, you should check out PianoReader, PianoCzarX, and PianoAdventure. In my opinion, learning a piece is easier when using Synthesia. Trust me, I know.
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I've never had a real sustaining interest for classical music.

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I've never had a real sustaining interest for classical music.
That's sad to hear. Really sad.
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I've never had a real sustaining interest for classical music.
That's sad to hear. Really sad.
Not really :side:

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SGirven wrote:
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I've never had a real sustaining interest for classical music.
That's sad to hear. Really sad.
Not really :side:
Sigh. The ignorance.
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
SGirven wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
SGirven wrote:
I've never had a real sustaining interest for classical music.
That's sad to hear. Really sad.
Not really :side:
Sigh. The ignorance.
Just different tastes, not everyone enjoys the same thing. But yes, in my opinion, classical music is top tier.
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