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Re: SPLAT users, what's your favorite composer? and why? 2018/03/13 02:12:27 (permalink)
No.  And I'm not looking for a willy war so you can stop right now!

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Re: SPLAT users, what's your favorite composer? and why? 2018/03/13 02:32:53 (permalink)
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I'm surprised and happy to see Jaga Jazzist mentioned, no one know wh they are when I ever talk abut them. Saw them in Brighton abut 8 years ago. Amazing gig, such a great sound. Seeing s many of them double on different instruments, such as Vibes and Electric Guitar. They remind me of a contemporary Gil Evans.
 
Oh and EST, such a shame, one of those loses I truly felt. One of my cat's is named Esbjörn

 
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Re: SPLAT users, what's your favorite composer? and why? 2018/03/13 11:16:59 (permalink)
Sorry to post a second time, but I should have included:
 
Bernstein - West Side Story
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Re: SPLAT users, what's your favorite composer? and why? 2018/03/13 18:02:16 (permalink)
without a doubt,
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  
when i first started learning piano at age 9,
this was some of the first music i learned, the simplest of his compositions.
 
this has stayed with me to this day.

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Re: SPLAT users, what's your favorite composer? and why? 2018/03/13 18:08:48 (permalink)
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without a doubt,
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
 
when i first started learning piano at age 9,
this was some of the first music i learned, the simplest of his compositions.
 
this has stayed with me to this day.


I'd have to agree with this.  Mozart always makes me feel happy.

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Re: SPLAT users, what's your favorite composer? and why? 2018/03/13 19:48:36 (permalink)
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tobiaslindahl
 EST, Jaga Jazzist, 




I'm surprised and happy to see Jaga Jazzist mentioned, no one know wh they are when I ever talk abut them. Saw them in Brighton abut 8 years ago. Amazing gig, such a great sound. Seeing s many of them double on different instruments, such as Vibes and Electric Guitar. They remind me of a contemporary Gil Evans.
 
Oh and EST, such a shame, one of those loses I truly felt. One of my cat's is named Esbjörn




Jaga is a great band, saw them a few times and they stand out as some of the absolute best live music I ever saw. 
Nice choice of name for a cat, really :) 
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Re: SPLAT users, what's your favorite composer? and why? 2018/03/13 20:05:15 (permalink)
What is my favorite composer?
 
I'm assuming some type of mammal.
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Re: SPLAT users, what's your favorite composer? and why? 2018/03/13 20:10:09 (permalink)
Also... probably Bach. I freaking love the cello suites.
 
I also really like Danny Elfman's work.
 
Admittedly I don't really know much about "composers". I just know the music and when I do or do not like it. I probably should do some studying/listening/linking up of composition-composer but I also have to do that for jazz/blues/country and apparently metal (again whut wif all these young whippersnappers blowin' up my spot).
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