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Do your musical tastes change over time?

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It's inevitable. There's the case of fatigue, as Frasier stated, but there's also the urge to explore. Some territories may be uninhabitable at the moment, while others seem welcoming. There will be day when the uninhabitable would seem like a paradise.

Though I must say, I've been hooked on Mahler and Sibelius for quite some time now...
Wow, really?

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I don't think my musical tastes have changed dramatically, but to a certain extent they have. I think my listening tastes change, depending on the mood I'm in.
How do you differentiate musical and listening tastes?
 

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Well for instance I haven't gone from liking orchestral to opera. But I mean if I am in a happy mood I like to listen to something full on and cheerful, if I am sad then I like something a little bit slower. When I need to concentrate it has to be soft music in the background. My musical taste are a range of classical, but my listening tastes depend on my mood.

Margaret
Oh. Thanks for clarifying that. :)
 
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