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"What do you listen to mostly when not listening to Soundtracks?" | Login/Create an Account | 11 comments
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Re: What do you listen to mostly when not listening to Sound (Score: 1)
by TheBloodyCountess on Saturday, June 18, 2005
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Classical, jazz and blues!

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Re: What do you listen to mostly when not listening to Sound (Score: 1)
by Brnwynn on Wednesday, November 23, 2005
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I agree with that thought, the music scores from the last 40 years are our classical period. Many people do not realize when classical music was being written almost all the composers were living in different countries all at the same time during a period of 20-30 years.
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Re: What do you listen to mostly when not listening to Sound (Score: 1)
by rogertyokubaitis on Saturday, April 04, 2015
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You are quite correct. Clearly, some of today's original, orchestral-soundtrack music presently is played on classical-music stations. John Williams’ original soundtrack “Star Wars” (nka “A New Hope”) surprisingly often is listed among morning and afternoon offerings amongYou are quite correct. Clearly, even now, some of today's original, orchestral-soundtrack music presently is played on classical-music stations. John Williams’ original soundtrack “Star Wars” (nka “A New Hope”) surprisingly often is listed among morning and afternoon offerings among other classical pieces. Surely, even the heavily classical-music listeners, at some point, will have taken just about all they can of the 18th- and 19th-century style music that is played repeatedly, regardless of the fame of the composers. “Like the opossum said while making love to the skunk, ‘I’ve had about all this much fun as I can stand.’ ” Indeed, we can expect to hear more original, orchestral-soundtrack music played on classical-music stations (i) because the public wants to hear it, (ii) because it is today's classical music form, and (iii) because station traffic managers do not know what else to do with original, orchestral-soundtrack music. At the expense of snobbishness, I strongly urge that only the original, orchestral-soundtrack music recordings be played. All rerecordings and rearrangements of even the original scores of any original orchestral-soundtrack music should be rejected out of hand, and then squashed, stomped on, and buried immediately, never to be given the benefit of frequency modulation, amplitude modulation, or just plain humming. I say this because it sometimes is important to point out the obvious in this regard, namely, there is and can be solely one, original, orchestral-music soundtrack of any motion picture. Solely one (1). Anything else, even recorded by the identical composer, conductor and orchestra following the identical music score is but a rerecording, and not the original orchestral-music soundtrack. It is just that simple. Your mileage may vary. Roger T. Yokubaitis Houston, Texas yokubaitis@msn.com other classical pieces. Surely, even the heavily classical-music listeners, at some point, will have taken just about all they can of the 18th- and 19th-century style music that is played repeatedly, regardless of the fame of the composers. “Like the opossum said while making love to the skunk, ‘I’ve had about all this fun I can stand.’ ” Indeed, we can expect to hear more original orchestral-soundtrack music played on classical-music stations (i) because the public wants to hear it, (ii) because it is today's classical music form, and (iii) because station traffic managers do not know what else to do with original orchestral-soundtrack music. At the expense of snobbishness, I strongly urge that only the original soundtrack music recordings be played. All rerecordings and rearrangements of even the original scores of any original orchestral-soundtrack music should be rejected out of hand, squashed, stomped on, and buried immediately, never to be given the benefit of frequency modulation, amplitude modulation, or just plain humming. I say this because it sometimes is important to point out the obvious in this regard, namely, there is and can be solely one, original, orchestral-music soundtrack of any motion picture. Solely one. Anything else, even recorded by the identical composer, conductor and orchestra following the identical music score is but a rerecording, and not the original orchestral music soundtrack. It is just that simple. Your mileage may vary. Roger T. Yokubaitis Houston, Texas yokubaitis@msn.com

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