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Offline Papy Oli

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Re: The French Music Exploration thread
« Reply #520 on: Today at 01:38:37 AM »
Finally, I also samples random tracks in these various Messiaen boxes. Again, not a sound world that attracts me at this time. I will keep him up my sleeve for another time though, probably via extracts of Catalogues d'oiseaux.





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« Reply #521 on: Today at 04:05:31 AM »
Milhaud is an acquired taste. It comes in bits and takes root quietly. Over time you realize he’s a decidedly unique composer. A bit like learning to enjoy cactuses  :P

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« Reply #522 on: Today at 04:19:53 AM »
Milhaud is an acquired taste. It comes in bits and takes root quietly. Over time you realize he’s a decidedly unique composer. A bit like learning to enjoy cactuses  :P

 :laugh:

I recognize he has a unique identity and I'll give it time, André.

Let's just hope he fares better over time than the various cacti I have owned in the past :blank:
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« Reply #523 on: Today at 04:22:12 AM »
:laugh:

I recognize he has a unique identity and I'll give it time, André.

Let's just hope he fares better over time than the various cacti I have owned in the past :blank:

 :D  Cacti....yes, there is a fair bit of thorny, prickly music out there.  ;)