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    Quote Originally Posted by neoshredder View Post
    Baroque sounds better at first but then gets repetitive after many listenings. Romantic takes a longer time to get into but has much more variety if you are patient enough to listen through ultra long movements.
    This doesn't sound like Neoshredder.

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    Much of my like of Romantic has to do with the instrumentation. I don't like the sound of pipe organs and mandolins and harpischords but I sure do like the sound of trumpets and trombones, any sort of brass really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWimp View Post
    Much of my like of Romantic has to do with the instrumentation. I don't like the sound of pipe organs and mandolins and harpischords but I sure do like the sound of trumpets and trombones, any sort of brass really.
    I'm the opposite. I prefer Harpsichords and Organs over low end brass. My only problem with Baroque as I notice repetitve chord progressions. But the best of baroque didn't have those issues. It's all the mediocre songs that seem to have this problem. I would actually be interested in hearing Romantic pieces with Baroque instrumentation. I know it would be weird.

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