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    Quote Originally Posted by shirime View Post
    Oh yea this is excellent. Once we delve into spectralism and non-spectral approaches to microtonal music (like maybe Limited Approximations by Haas as another example) then there'd be a lot of good and fitting stuff to include in this thread.
    I love this! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mozart555 View Post
    No classical music is psychedelic, that's not the point of it.
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    I've always felt that Holst's "The Planets" was psychedelic.

    Pondering the cosmos is, in itself, a rather psychedelic pursuit. For example, Pink Floyd's "Astronomy Domine" and "Set The Controls For The Center Of The Sun."
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    Quote Originally Posted by millionrainbows View Post
    I've always felt that Holst's "The Planets" was psychedelic.
    Well, the planets themselves are - ahem - 'far out'...
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    It's a bit of a stretch, but Beethoven's Pastoral 6th Symphony comes off as the serene portions of an acid trip.

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