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Re: Bach Fugues Analysis
« Reply #20 on: November 28, 2007, 02:01:02 AM »
When I discovered classical music I didn't care about Bach much. I liked romantic music and I didn't care much about baroque music. It didn't take more than perhaps 6 months to get into Bach and also start liking baroque. The Violin Concertos was my first Bach CD. It blew me away. Some months later I heard The cantata BWV 147 on radio and after that I haven't questioned Bach's genius. In general, it was very pleasant to find out baroque music is based on the kind of complexity I like in music. I noticed some similarities in baroque music and modern underground dance music that I had been listening before getting into classical music.
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Re: Bach Fugues Analysis
« Reply #21 on: November 28, 2007, 06:51:01 AM »
I noticed some similarities in baroque music and modern underground dance music that I had been listening before getting into classical music.
of course, you could totally breakdance to Bach  8)