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NoMad
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Note to self:

DO NOT listen to Albinoni's Adagio or you ain't gonna get shit done. 🤦

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  • 2
    That good?
  • 4
    @asgs That good. But depends on how open you are to temporary melancholia caused by music :P
  • 2
    @NoMad ok, not good then
  • 3
    @asgs nope, very very good! At what it does not at the feeling it gives, but hey, that's art.
  • 1
    Listen piano sonata 11 (Turkish March) or flight of the bumblebee to get shit done
  • 3
    @uyouthe

    a) Mozart? nah.
    b) Korsakov has better works.
    c) what's next? Khachaturian's Sabre dance?
  • 1
    I can't listen to any piece I've played if I want to get anything done. Dvorak 6, 8 or 9, Tchaikovsky 5 or 6, Elgars enigma, cockaigne, Prokofiev, etc... I just find myself mentally, and sometimes rather physically fingering out the violin part with gusto.
  • 0
    Fukk Mozart. Fukk all of them. Unless it's paganini, sibelius, tchaikovsky, rachmaninoff, chopin, beethoven or liszt, im not lisztening. Who am I kidding, how can one not love the famous aria from the magic flute...
  • 0
    @AlmondSauce im the exact opposite, if i've played it myself, im so tired of it, I wont bother paying attention to it
  • 0
    @friend I find that *just* after playing a piece, but given the last time I played in an orchestra was over a decade ago, there's just fond memories now.

    Plus I'm judging you for missing out Mahler, Ravel, and a bunch of others 😁
  • 0
    @AlmondSauce well, im sorry, and I do love the "resurrection" symphony, but as a pianist, I've never really been properly exposed to their music. It really hasn't grown on me as the aforementioned😅
  • 0
    @friend Heh, my first taste of Ravel was through being a pianist - specifically the sonatines.
  • 1
    @AlmondSauce I see, I have yet to touch them, or hear them, I'm busy working on other stuff, but I'll take a listen to Ravel one day
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