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Any other classical music people that want to talk about it or recommend music? Or anyone wanting get into classical music?


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Reply by Julian

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I feel like classical music is hard to get into because it's so hard to form that connection and emotion, especially from the older Baroque and Classical eras. I think a great start would be some romantic era stuff, it's more gut wrenchingly heartbreaking, and beautifully simple. Even if it's super popular or whatnot, all that matters is you enjoy it and connect with it! Here's my reccomendation

https://open.spotify.com/track/3Dgmyz32dxvtxvUTPS0CUI?si=7d23848741e34f2e

It pulls on the strings, at least mine





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Reply by temtem

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I've loved classical music for the longest time and here are some songs that I've played on my instrument or just really like to listen to while studying.


Finale from symphony no.1 by kalinnikov - This song made me very emotional because as Kalinnikov was writing this symphony he was on his death bed. He had all of this music in his head and just had to get it all out before he died at the young age of 34. When you think about his music show many aspects of life itself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwxoeoW3G_4&t=319s

symphonic movement by Vacáv Nelhybel (very modern and an interesting piece overall may not be for everyone but it sure is fun to play)   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yj-M2df8oE


Little rascal by Toshifumi Hinata - It a has a waltz feel to it. I am so obsessed with this song and it perfect to listen to while going on a walk or while fantasizing that perfect life lol.           https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTyKMJJhAnI

Impromptu also by Toshifumi Hinata- Another good song from this musician also another perfect studying song.            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sb9I70CzvY



I've found that there are quite a few good classical song from japanese artist or artist from places other than the US and a lot of times they're a lot better that US artist so don't be afraid to explore everywhere when it comes to music.



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Reply by SadMan

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I wasn't a big fan of classical music until i checked out Bocelli and Wagner, really the only 2 classical artists i listen to but i'm open to anything else.


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