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Re: What would Beethoven think of today's music?

Change thread title to include the word 'commercial' and it's a valid point.

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Re: What would Beethoven think of today's music?

not much, considering how deaf he was

plus im sure beethoven was considered revolutionary at the time too

not i give a flying fuck about music today. especially lil wayne

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Re: What would Beethoven think of today's music?

Who's Beethoven?
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Re: What would Beethoven think of today's music?

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not much, considering how deaf he was

plus im sure beethoven was considered revolutionary at the time too

not i give a flying fuck about music today. especially lil wayne
Surely you get the point. More of a look at the evolution of music from the 1800's to modern day craft.


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Re: What would Beethoven think of today's music?

rick ross teflon don is my favorite album of all time believe it or not. The guys got amazing skills and tells a story. thats my kinda music
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Re: What would Beethoven think of today's music?

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Surely you get the point. More of a look at the evolution of music from the 1800's to modern day craft.
I do. Its one of the reasons I try to avoid mainstream music nowadays. If I hear 'I got a feeling' or any other black eyed peas song one more time I'm strangling someone

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Re: What would Beethoven think of today's music?

Not a whole lot. Then again, he'd probably be pretty terrified by cars and televisions as well.

I'm sure he'd be quite pleased with some of the modern classical composers.

He'd probably also be flattered that his 9th symphony was the reasoning behind a cd being 72 mins long. Unfortunately, he'd probably be pretty terrified of cd's too, so he might not appreciate the association.
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Re: What would Beethoven think of today's music?

He would probably have a song Ft. Pitbull. He's on everything.
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Re: What would Beethoven think of today's music?

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Not a whole lot. Then again, he'd probably be pretty terrified by cars and televisions as well.

I'm sure he'd be quite pleased with some of the modern classical composers.

He'd probably also be flattered that his 9th symphony was the reasoning behind a cd being 72 mins long. Unfortunately, he'd probably be pretty terrified of cd's too, so he might not appreciate the association.
Strong username to original post content correlation...

But, good post.


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