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    I would also add Spawn of Possession. There is some thick classical influence in their guitar riffs.
    "When I open my eyes I must sigh, for what I see is contrary to my religion, and I must despise the world which does not know that music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy." - Ludwig van Beethoven

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    So would i. You are absolutely right, Metalheadwholovesclasical!
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    Which album do you prefer?
    Noctambulant, or Cabinet?

    Noctambulant for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scum View Post
    You may have studied music for years, analyzed the techniques, the structure... But you still have to learn to feel music, rather than simply listen to it.
    I've never had to 'learn' how to 'feel' music, and I'm not sure if one can learn this.

    Suffice to say, dedication to the study of music for me is motivated by a deep and profound love of it, in every respect. I totally reject the idea that to appreciate the technical aspects of a piece has nothing to do with 'feeling' it; this is simply another appearance of the hoary old 'emotion versus intellect' binary dualism. On the contrary, intellectual apprehension of music -whilst ineluctably limited- nonetheless has increased my love and understanding of it.

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    Music is a language, or series of languages. You recognize the vocabulary of one. "Feel" (aesthetics) might help you learn more, depending on what your native intelligence determines you capable of doing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conservationist View Post
    Music is a language, or series of languages.
    No, English, French and German are languages. Can you not tell the difference?


    Quote Originally Posted by Conservationist View Post
    You recognize the vocabulary of one.
    I recognise the vocabulary of many, hence my love of Indian, Arabic and Indonesian music.


    Quote Originally Posted by Conservationist View Post
    "Feel" (aesthetics) might help you learn more, depending on what your native intelligence determines you capable of doing.
    Look up the meaning of 'aesthetics'. By 'feel' I meant the sensuous dimension of musical experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzeleide View Post
    Look up the meaning of 'aesthetics'. By 'feel' I meant the sensuous dimension of musical experience.
    That is aesthetics, at least in the philosophical term. Your sophomore dictionary may have a different definition.

    The International Day of Slayer is this Saturday:


    Tomorrow, Saturday June 6, is the International Day of Slayer.

    This is a day to do no work and listen to Slayer, because you're a metalhead and you think the world should recognize metal as a culture.

    Being a culture has its advantages. People understand that your values and your music are important to you. They give you space.

    Even more important is sending a message to the world that this music has a vital spirit that brings people together, even into a culture. We aren't following the path of others, but our own path.

    Where we agree on similar attitudes and values is our culture. The metal culture. And Slayer upholds this ideal, fast and furious and full of horror, like no others.

    So this Saturday, celebrate the International Day of Slayer:

    * Listen to Slayer at full blast in your car.
    * Listen to Slayer at full blast in your home.
    * Listen to Slayer at full blast at your place of employment.
    * Listen to Slayer at full blast in any public place you prefer.

    And pass the word along to other metalheads.

    http://www.nationaldayofslayer.org/
    If Muslims, gays, bats, hairdressers, Christians, teachers, postal workers, Scientologists and furries get their own special holidays, I want one for metal.

    The older Slayer albums are everything that's right about metal. 90% of death metal and black metal riffs are lifted from early Slayer, Hellhammer and Bathory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conservationist View Post
    That is aesthetics, at least in the philosophical term. Your sophomore dictionary may have a different definition.
    From the Britannica Online Encyclopedia:

    'Philosophical study of the qualities that make something an object of aesthetic interest and of the nature of aesthetic value and judgment.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzeleide View Post
    From the Britannica Online Encyclopedia:

    'Philosophical study of the qualities that make something an object of aesthetic interest and of the nature of aesthetic value and judgment.'
    Does Conservationist ever post outside of this thread? Is he/she capable of discussing music other than metal?

    I mean this is a classical forum it would nice to see what Conservationist knows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzeleide View Post
    From the Britannica Online Encyclopedia:

    'Philosophical study of the qualities that make something an object of aesthetic interest and of the nature of aesthetic value and judgment.'
    Here, try this instead:

    http://www.amerika.org/2009/organiza...-the-internet/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirror Image View Post
    Does Conservationist ever post outside of this thread? Is he/she capable of discussing music other than metal?

    I mean this is a classical forum it would nice to see what Conservationist knows.
    He knows pretty much nothing about classical music and has little interest in discussing it. Plus he's a Nazi. And yet Krummhorn still tolerates him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conservationist View Post
    I assume you've capitulated to my veracious definition of Romanticism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzeleide View Post
    He knows pretty much nothing about classical music and has little interest in discussing it. Plus he's a Nazi. And yet Krummhorn still tolerates him.
    If he knows nothing about classical music, then I wonder why he is on a classical music forum? I mean that's like me being an electronics salesman and I know nothing about electronics. It just doesn't make sense.

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    He's here to promote his agenda, which judging from other promoters of ANUS's high school philosophy, is some sort of vague social darwinism/eugenics. They justify this by pointing to pop culture's superficiality. So that's all right then [/sarcasm]. Ironic really, since I suspect that most of these guys are extremely sad (why else so bitter?) and probably wouldn't even meet their own stringent requirements.

    I imagine he is also here to try and get a few high-brow converts to metal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clancy View Post
    He's here to promote his agenda, which judging from other promoters of ANUS's high school philosophy, is some sort of vague social darwinism/eugenics.
    Nah, I'm a mostly classical music listener who also likes some metal.

    My views **** off people who cannot understand them, hence your hobbled summary.

    You could always try reading them to figure out what they are, but I think most internet people feel better hating something than understanding it.

    Luckily, I'm insulated against internet bullying and find it amusing that the more these people contort, the more ANUS grows.
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