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    By the way, I'm assuming some people thought that what I said about "comedic genius" was intended as an insult. It wasn't; I greatly prize humour in music. I thought the first movement of the 10th was funny, I enjoyed it! The rest, not so much, but Billy doesn't seem to care what we think, if anything I think he's taking the considerable amount of talk about his music, good or bad, as a compliment.
    Last edited by Crudblud; Aug-06-2012 at 18:58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurningDesire View Post
    Good point about single movement works. About "light-weight" symphonies, you wouldn't say that something not being really heavy makes it less good, would you?
    No, and I didn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delicious Manager View Post
    Now I think you're just a troll. I believe (as has been suggested before in this thread) that you are just recording random 'improvisations' on your keyboard. There is no other way you could be churning out so much audio drivel so quickly. The 'music' has no worth whatsoever. I think you know this and you're just trying to wind us up.

    Maybe you should find a new hobby?
    I suspect that you are correct in that Billy just records these from a midi keyboard to a sequencer. A half-hour symphony takes him a half-hour to compose. No score is produced and no real thought goes into the development aside from the whims of the moment.
    Doch dieses Wörtlein: und, -wär' es zerstört,
    wie anders als mit Isoldes eignem Leben wär' Tristan der Tod gegeben?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Couchie View Post
    I suspect that you are correct in that Billy just records these from a midi keyboard to a sequencer. A half-hour symphony takes him a half-hour to compose. No score is produced and no real thought goes into the development aside from the whims of the moment.
    It's like free improvised jazz except this guy is trying to do it with a full midi orchestra and doesn't really know enough theory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComposerOfAvantGarde View Post
    It's like free improvised jazz except this guy is trying to do it with a full midi orchestra and doesn't really know enough theory.
    Nothing against improvisation, but even Mozart worked in a series of sketches and drafts before attempting to put together a symphony.
    Doch dieses Wörtlein: und, -wär' es zerstört,
    wie anders als mit Isoldes eignem Leben wär' Tristan der Tod gegeben?

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    It should be "My Symphony Tree".

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    Classical Symphony Eighteen:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sG2aiM3DY2A

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy View Post
    Classical Symphony Eighteen:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sG2aiM3DY2A
    Seriously though, Billy, you will have read what we have said about your music, and I think for the best part we have tried to be honest with you, agree? You obviously haven't taken any notice, which is your prerogative of course, so can I ask why do you keep posting these 'symphonies' when they sound all the same?
    I love Muzio Clementi's music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beetzart View Post
    Seriously though, Billy, you will have read what we have said about your music, and I think for the best part we have tried to be honest with you, agree? You obviously haven't taken any notice, which is your prerogative of course, so can I ask why do you keep posting these 'symphonies' when they sound all the same?
    I second that motion!

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    If this continues for more than a week or so, Billhelmina will be up to 'classical symphony' No 63 by the time we all shoot ourselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delicious Manager View Post
    If this continues for more than a week or so, Billhelmina will be up to 'classical symphony' No 63 by the time we all shoot ourselves.
    What's the problem? Nobody is forced to listen to the stuff.

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    Classical Symphony Nineteen:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7pdUmhk5GM

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    Good god. Check out these lyrics





    I am a black woman in heaven.
    I am a black woman in heaven.
    Lord is my Lord and Savior.
    I am a black woman in heaven.
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    - Mark Twain

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    I actually really like that song.

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