Moderator: Nicole Marie
Camper,Originally posted by camper:
I was just thinking about something and thought I’d post it here in the Nicole Marie place (having many other places to post it, it makes me wonder if there is not another post lurking in there somewhere explaining why I post here rather than elsewhere…shrug).
Anyway I’d like to know something. If you like classical music you prolly have a bunch of CDs already (or if you’re a real audiophile prolly have a bunch of vinyl)... so what makes you request music here that you already have and could play anytime you wished? I mean what is the point in calling in requests? or typing in requests? For example I have yet to request a piece I do not already have in my library. I could play it anytime I wanted it but I don’t. I call it in or type it in on the web site instead. Strange behavior if you ask me (being admittedly strange I would not be the best person to ask should you require a really cogent response).
So I was thinking… I’ll bet – short of a session of confirmation with my shrink – that I request music here to share. I’ll wager that should I request Harold in Italy that I wish to share what I conceive to be incredible art. Its not that it *is* art it just that I perceive it as such and want to share the beautiful melancholy of a viola with you… an under appreciated string is the viola I think.
What do you?
Harold in Italy by Berlioz is a wonderful work. The Viola is under-appreciated and produces such a mellow sound.
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