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    carol235, it is a lot of fun! I'm envious that you have a ready supplier of your new addiction. I use Youtube sometimes, but for some reason it's really hard for me to sit and listen to a whole piece on Youtube (it might have to do with that sidebar of OTHER music it suggests based on what I'm currently listening to).

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    I AM very fortunate to have access to a huge classical music library, and I will inherit it when dad is gone because no one else is interested in it. I regret not getting into it earlier in my life; I've wasted so much time on pop/rock music. Perhaps music is never a total waste, no matter what type.

    But right now, I am enjoying the journey. Today I listened to the Paderewski Piano Concerto in A minor, which I enjoyed very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carol235 View Post
    I AM very fortunate to have access to a huge classical music library, and I will inherit it when dad is gone because no one else is interested in it. I regret not getting into it earlier in my life; I've wasted so much time on pop/rock music. Perhaps music is never a total waste, no matter what type.

    But right now, I am enjoying the journey. Today I listened to the Paderewski Piano Concerto in A minor, which I enjoyed very much.
    Music that moves you is never a waste. I still love certain songs from the 80's and 90's that remind me of how I felt back then even though similar songs today mean nothing to me and sound completely cheesy. Without my interest in metal I doubt I would ever have gotten into classical music (and I'm certainly not giving up metal!) Classical music wouldn't have spoken to ME at a younger age the way it does now. Doesn't mean it doesn't for other younger folks. Listened to Louise Farrenc's 1st symphony again on Sunday. Seemed appropriate for some reason to listen to this weekend, and I didn't regret it!

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