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So, opera is NOT classical music, Beethoven's 9th is NOT, but the greater part of the Tijuana Brass' music IS?Originally posted by Nicole Marie:
"Classical music is meant to be experienced for its own sake. It is unlike other forms of music that serve as a vehicle for poetry or other lyrical content, or as an adjunct to other forms of entertainment."
No soundtrack CDs that I could find, at least quickly.Originally posted by Marye:
I remember well the movie a Soldier's Story and its soundtrack ... fabulous, fabulous blues. I vote for that one... except I don't know whether it ever made it on record or tape or CD...
Barfle? Do you know?
Cool. Very cool.Originally posted by OperaTenor:
I only just saw this thread, been busy learning to be a dad.
I've watched that movie about 20 times. I don't know that any music was written specifically for it. Could you perhaps mean the Ligeti or the Khachaturian?Originally posted by OperaTenor:
There are some soundtracks I like. Dr. Zhivago, Lawrence of Arabia(I'm a Jarre fan), and the hick in me really likes O Brother! Where Art Thou?. I like the traditional stuff in 2001, but the music that was written specifically for the movie either makes me want to scrape my fingernails ona chalk board or sleep.
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