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    Holy S.......you just went Wagner on us.......

    I see you a Ring Cycle and raise you Tannhauser, Pilgrim's Chorus style!

     
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    Ke$ha has written music for many successful artists before starting a musical career of her own.
     
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    Oh shit, u live in Macedonia, my friend? Lol I thought you were in Boston! Lol!

    Oh well bro, you want to ever come see Brady play and hear some Boston Symphony, drinks are on me! You got a place to crash to if you need.
     
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    LOL!

    I get it now, you got me, bruv!


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    Good job, bruv :)
     
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    You literally have no clue what the definition of a composer is do you.
     
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    Gustav Mahler and Anton Bruckner.

    Love a lot of Mahler's work, with my favorite being Symphony No. 3.

    Bruckner's Symphony No. 8:IV (Finale) is the most majestic piece of music ever written imo. I'm a fan of heavy brass (esp low brass) compositions btw.
     
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    Dvorak's New World Symphony

     
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    Chopin (specifically, the Preludes)
    Holst (The Planets)
    Ravel (Bolero)
    Grieg (In the Hall of the Mountain King)
    and the standard Beethoven, Bach, and Mozart pieces
     
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    Yes Gustav Holst is great!

    Also Debussy.
     
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    i know hes babbys first composer but beethoven is my shit

    <{monica}>

    i had some of these burned on CD, mixed in with more popular music in high school and at first people would think i was weird or joking when the previous song would end and then the good bad and the ugly theme or "the ecstacy of gold" came on. but then after the song kicked in they would be into it lol
     
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    Mostly composers for guitar Music.


    Nikita Koshkin..


    Leo Brouwer

     
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    You are an annoying twat, stfu. So what if people like other stuff you don't. Don't presume to tell others what to like. Fuck, people like you are insufferable.

    Ramin Djawadi



    Koji Kondo

     
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    Frank Zappa
    Edgar Varese
    John Cage
    Philip Glass
    Bach
    Carl Stalling
     
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    Beethoven & Mozart because:



     
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    Glass is certainly way too under rated IMO. His early years aren't my favorite (Einstein on the Beach, Music in the shape of a square), but I think that was solely because he was making a statement against the 13 tone music of the day and the other over the top modern music of the time (Stravinsky). All of his music is super hypnotic tho and I really love his works for strings, solo cello and especially the Qatsi trilogy.

    Being a composer, I often get way to lost in the complexities of music, and then when I am brought back to Philip Glass, I realize less can often be way more effective.
     
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