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    Re: Classical music and diversity

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    An orchestra should play as one team.

    I don't get this current fad for 'diversity'.

    Divided societies are unstable.

    As though instability is not a good thing.

    But as usual...bullshit.

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    Here's Lenny leading the team in this Allegro con brio— he may have been philandering, PC, emotionally-unstable cock-sucker in private but there's no sloppy instability on stage!


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    Re: Classical music and diversity

    I see the OP has abandoned his thread


    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    ...I guess if it has a vagina, we don't care about it.
    Yes, I'm disinterested. There are some vaginas here even though it's NOT the best recording of Britten's Guide



    I love the coda!

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    Re: Classical music and diversity

    Some orchestras now have blind auditions, so that the candidate performs behind a screen. Ostensibly this ensures that the performer's sex and race are unknown to the persons judging him or her.

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    There's a great deal of delicious sonic diversity in this—




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    Re: Classical music and diversity

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    ...There's Hildegarde of Bingen ….
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hildegard_of_Bingen


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    You can hear the warmth of the sun kick in around the 3 minute mark—


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    Re: Classical music and diversity

    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    .....I guess if it has a vagina, we don't care about it.
    Didn't you hear all the vaginas in that last track, Buzzer? I heard them.

    This next track commemorates a regal vagina—


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    Re: Classical music and diversity

    Not many people know that JS Bach experimented with Jazz... but that was 300 years ago


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    Re: Classical music and diversity

    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    Not many people know that JS Bach experimented with Jazz... but that was 300 years ago
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    I bet Belamo wouldn't agree with that. But Beethoven occasionally swung into syncopation and stressing off the note.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I bet Belamo wouldn't agree with that. But Beethoven occasionally swung into syncopation and stressing off the note.
    No other Baroque composer used the same chord progression, and there is a parallel 5th in there, that's for you to find if you can - it was a big "no-no" in Common Practice.

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    Re: Classical music and diversity

    Quote Originally Posted by Dejavudoo View Post
    …. mish-mash....
    Leonard Bernstein's Mass is a very interesting mix





    some of it's thrilling and other parts banal

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