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Classical Music Nerds! 1 year 4 days ago #103011

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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
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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.
Also late to respond, but you have synesthesia?

Oh my! I think I have that!
I didn't know what synesthesia was before you mentioned it, but I searched it up, and realized that I might have it.
Kool. Lmk the software you use, cuz I've been wanting it for awhile now.
Okay . .. what are you talking about?
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emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
BookwormJo wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
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.
Also late to respond, but you have synesthesia?

Oh my! I think I have that!
I didn't know what synesthesia was before you mentioned it, but I searched it up, and realized that I might have it.
Kool. Lmk the software you use, cuz I've been wanting it for awhile now.
Oh wait I thought you meant the neurological condition haha; it's cool that you have that @BookwormJo! One of my friends has it with music, and she and a few of our other friends have it with words/numbers/letters and get into arguments about what color peoples' names are :lol:

Usually, a song or a smell reminds me of the past. Once I ate chicken nuggets while reading Red Rock mysteries. Now, when I think of chicken nuggets, I remember Red Rock mysteries. Also, I associate numbers and letters with genders (I don't know why). I think
"1 is a girl, 2 is a boy, 3 is a girl, 4 is a girl . . ."
Strange, huh?
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emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
BookwormJo wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
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.
Also late to respond, but you have synesthesia?

Oh my! I think I have that!
I didn't know what synesthesia was before you mentioned it, but I searched it up, and realized that I might have it.
Kool. Lmk the software you use, cuz I've been wanting it for awhile now.
Oh wait I thought you meant the neurological condition haha; it's cool that you have that @BookwormJo! One of my friends has it with music, and she and a few of our other friends have it with words/numbers/letters and get into arguments about what color peoples' names are :lol:
I can't taste colours or hear smells, but I can taste smells.
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I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
A favorite piece would be a Concerto in G minor 1: Allegro composed by Johann Christian Schickhardt, a German composer born in the late 17th century. If you're interested, I could post the link for this piece. :)
Yes please! I looked it up and couldn't find it :c In exchange, I will provide you with the link to one of my favorite Baroque pieces!
BWV 1056R (Bach's Violin concerto in G minor)
I have a lot more that I like, too, and I can post links to some of those if you'd like! :lol:
Yes, I would like that very much, please! The piece that you shared with me was absolutely exquisite! I enjoyed all of the different instruments and the moods that they expressed in the tempo and rhythm. Here is the link to my favorite Baroque piece, it is the first five minutes:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-x3g0OIaJ0&t=890s
Please, let me know if the link works. :cheer:
It does! It sounds really cool, thanks for sharing!
And now to hold up my end: I think I'll actually make another topic for Baroque music sharing because I have a lot of pieces :lol: I'll get right on it!
Twelve is a lot.
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BookwormJo wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
BookwormJo wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
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.
Also late to respond, but you have synesthesia?

Oh my! I think I have that!
I didn't know what synesthesia was before you mentioned it, but I searched it up, and realized that I might have it.
Kool. Lmk the software you use, cuz I've been wanting it for awhile now.
Okay . .. what are you talking about?
I'm wondering how you got it.
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BookwormJo wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
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emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
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.
Also late to respond, but you have synesthesia?

Oh my! I think I have that!
I didn't know what synesthesia was before you mentioned it, but I searched it up, and realized that I might have it.
Kool. Lmk the software you use, cuz I've been wanting it for awhile now.
Okay . .. what are you talking about?
I just realized...
From what I'm seeing, you were talking about synesthesia, a psychological condition in which a person tends to correlate two completely different things. I thought you were talking about Synthesia, the computer program.
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emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
BookwormJo wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
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.
Also late to respond, but you have synesthesia?

Oh my! I think I have that!
I didn't know what synesthesia was before you mentioned it, but I searched it up, and realized that I might have it.
Kool. Lmk the software you use, cuz I've been wanting it for awhile now.
Oh wait I thought you meant the neurological condition haha; it's cool that you have that @BookwormJo! One of my friends has it with music, and she and a few of our other friends have it with words/numbers/letters and get into arguments about what color peoples' names are :lol:
Everyone has synesthesia. It depends on its prevalence in a person's mindset, character, and actions. That's where it varies.
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emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
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I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
A favorite piece would be a Concerto in G minor 1: Allegro composed by Johann Christian Schickhardt, a German composer born in the late 17th century. If you're interested, I could post the link for this piece. :)
Yes please! I looked it up and couldn't find it :c In exchange, I will provide you with the link to one of my favorite Baroque pieces!
BWV 1056R (Bach's Violin concerto in G minor)
I have a lot more that I like, too, and I can post links to some of those if you'd like! :lol:
Yes, I would like that very much, please! The piece that you shared with me was absolutely exquisite! I enjoyed all of the different instruments and the moods that they expressed in the tempo and rhythm. Here is the link to my favorite Baroque piece, it is the first five minutes:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-x3g0OIaJ0&t=890s
Please, let me know if the link works. :cheer:
It does! It sounds really cool, thanks for sharing!
And now to hold up my end: I think I'll actually make another topic for Baroque music sharing because I have a lot of pieces :lol: I'll get right on it!
Thank you! Would you be able to tell me where it is posted? :)
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Catchild77 wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
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emmykitty wrote:
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emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
A favorite piece would be a Concerto in G minor 1: Allegro composed by Johann Christian Schickhardt, a German composer born in the late 17th century. If you're interested, I could post the link for this piece. :)
Yes please! I looked it up and couldn't find it :c In exchange, I will provide you with the link to one of my favorite Baroque pieces!
BWV 1056R (Bach's Violin concerto in G minor)
I have a lot more that I like, too, and I can post links to some of those if you'd like! :lol:
Yes, I would like that very much, please! The piece that you shared with me was absolutely exquisite! I enjoyed all of the different instruments and the moods that they expressed in the tempo and rhythm. Here is the link to my favorite Baroque piece, it is the first five minutes:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-x3g0OIaJ0&t=890s
Please, let me know if the link works. :cheer:
It does! It sounds really cool, thanks for sharing!
And now to hold up my end: I think I'll actually make another topic for Baroque music sharing because I have a lot of pieces :lol: I'll get right on it!
Thank you! Would you be able to tell me where it is posted? :)
yep! right here!
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Classical Music Nerds! 3 months 3 weeks ago #117335

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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
"Only the gentle are ever really strong." - James Dean

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BookwormJo wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
BookwormJo wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
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.
Also late to respond, but you have synesthesia?

Oh my! I think I have that!
I didn't know what synesthesia was before you mentioned it, but I searched it up, and realized that I might have it.
Kool. Lmk the software you use, cuz I've been wanting it for awhile now.
Oh wait I thought you meant the neurological condition haha; it's cool that you have that @BookwormJo! One of my friends has it with music, and she and a few of our other friends have it with words/numbers/letters and get into arguments about what color peoples' names are :lol:
I can't taste colours or hear smells, but I can taste smells.
For me, letters (mainly vowels) and numbers have colors. I think I can also taste smells as well as smell tastes, lol. It also happens when I listen to music...there's some kind of pattern or design depending on the rhythm and notes and/or words in the song. Example: jazz is warm, brown, and orange, with sparks here and there :lol: Also, my name is pink and green...not my username, though. sci_geeek is yellow and green.
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sci_geeek wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Yeah exactly
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Yeah exactly
I mean, I still like Baroque music, I just can't take too much of it. It gets really tiring after a while.
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sci_geeek wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Like Beethoven or Tchaikovsky?
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Catchild77 wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Like Beethoven or Tchaikovsky?
Those and Liszt, Alkan, Chopin, Scriabin, Ravel, Balakirev, Lyapunov, Schumann, Schubert, Debussy, Mendelssohn...and I might've forgotten some...
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Catchild77 wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Like Beethoven or Tchaikovsky?
Yep. I also like Schubert and Mendehlsson (did I spell that right?). The Classical and Romantic periods just have much more variety, and the music is more dramatic.
"Only the gentle are ever really strong." - James Dean

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On the breezes of the sky,
And you ask “What if I fall?”
Oh but darling,
What if you fly?”
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sci_geeek wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Like Beethoven or Tchaikovsky?
Yep. I also like Schubert and Mendehlsson (did I spell that right?). The Classical and Romantic periods just have much more variety, and the music is more dramatic.
Psst...move the h between the s and o
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sci_geeek wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Have you ever listened to music by Georg Phillip Telemann?

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JoyBaker wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Have you ever listened to music by Georg Phillip Telemann?
No.
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Like Beethoven or Tchaikovsky?
Those and Liszt, Alkan, Chopin, Scriabin, Ravel, Balakirev, Lyapunov, Schumann, Schubert, Debussy, Mendelssohn...and I might've forgotten some...
Nice choices, Khriz! How do you feel about Strauss?
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
Catchild77 wrote:
I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Like Beethoven or Tchaikovsky?
Yep. I also like Schubert and Mendehlsson (did I spell that right?). The Classical and Romantic periods just have much more variety, and the music is more dramatic.
I love Mendelsohn! I also agree that music from the periods which you mentioned do tend to have more variety and drama. That's the reason why Beethoven was such a unique visionary. During Beethoven's lifetime, his music wasn't always well received because it didn't fit the expectations of audiences who were used to the more regular paced and light-hearted melodies of composers such as Mozart and Haydn.
I still love Mozart's music though.
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I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Like Beethoven or Tchaikovsky?
Those and Liszt, Alkan, Chopin, Scriabin, Ravel, Balakirev, Lyapunov, Schumann, Schubert, Debussy, Mendelssohn...and I might've forgotten some...
Nice choices, Khriz! How do you feel about Strauss?
Haven't really listened to him. But I know his background is pretty ugly.
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I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Have you ever listened to music by Georg Phillip Telemann?
That's another good one.
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I enjoy listening to classical music and children's music from the 1960s and 1970s. :lol:
I recently found a video on YouTube which features classical music from the Baroque period. :)
Ooo, baroque music is really nice! Do you have a favorite baroque piece?
Baroque? Isn't that 18th century?
yeah, 17th and 18th centuries!
The music made then is just boring. The same beat. The same tremolos. Very similar difficulty. Very similar types of chords. The same tones. It's just so redundant. Ofc this is only an opinion.
Ikr? I prefer music from the Classical and Romantic periods...
Like Beethoven or Tchaikovsky?
Yep. I also like Schubert and Mendehlsson (did I spell that right?). The Classical and Romantic periods just have much more variety, and the music is more dramatic.
I love Mendelsohn! I also agree that music from the periods which you mentioned do tend to have more variety and drama. That's the reason why Beethoven was such a unique visionary. During Beethoven's lifetime, his music wasn't always well received because it didn't fit the expectations of audiences who were used to the more regular paced and light-hearted melodies of composers such as Mozart and Haydn.
I still love Mozart's music though.
Wow, I didn't know all that about Mendelsohn! Did you know he was also a painter? You should look up his watercolors, they're beautiful. I also love Mozart's music!
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