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    Default Greetings from Chicago two

    Hi everyone, looks like a very active forum. Former musician and composer, nothing big. Life long music lover. Kids can't understand why or how I can have classical or jazz on all day long. But also like any kind of music that's musical, doesn't matter if it's pop, rock, metal, electronica, you name it.

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    Welcome, Ludwig! I'm guessing you like some Beethoven. What are some of your favorite classical pieces/composers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ludwig Von Chumpsky View Post
    Hi everyone, looks like a very active forum. Former musician and composer, nothing big. Life long music lover. Kids can't understand why or how I can have classical or jazz on all day long. But also like any kind of music that's musical, doesn't matter if it's pop, rock, metal, electronica, you name it.
    Greetings from the Chi town suburbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ludwig Von Chumpsky View Post
    Hi everyone, looks like a very active forum. Former musician and composer, nothing big. Life long music lover. Kids can't understand why or how I can have classical or jazz on all day long. But also like any kind of music that's musical, doesn't matter if it's pop, rock, metal, electronica, you name it.
    Hello and welcome to Talk Classical from Holland and do have a great time.
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    Hello and welcome to TC. Think you will love this site.

    If it is Beethoven you like, what pieces?

    Looking forward to your posts.

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    Thanks all. I know it'll be trite, but Moonlight Sonata is the tops for me from LvB. Think of the great LvB, not worrying about perceptions at such "simple" music, and just creating what's in his head. And think too of how many of us, first sitting down at a piano knowing a few chords, begin outlining them, maybe discovering minors, etc. Seems so simple to do. Yet here's LvB doing much the same and yet not. Taking utterly simple bricks and creating a castle of wonder.

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