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Old December 27 2013, 06:43 AM   #61
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Re: Dislike of Music

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One may not hear the fluid ambientness of the music I create, but sometimes I will go overboard with the fluidity -ness,, like this song. http://alonetone.com/acid/tracks/guitar-toner being mostly all guitar and effects work.. It is like Philip Glass stated in an interview "some people just don't hear what makes various songs music,..",, and they don't have to they need only change the station.,. it is the person who listens to these difficult music compositions that find the reward in the end. well maybe closer to middle of said song.
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Old December 27 2013, 09:53 PM   #62
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I have been reading up on this topic and there is a condition called amusia which my father possibly had. It would explain why seemed to always classify music as 'racket' - to him music was just noise.

As far as my lack of music ability goes I know

1) I can't tell if an instrument is out of tune
2) I can't sing in tune
3) I often cannot tell what instrument is being played.

Yesterday I talked about this with a friend. She said after that the instruments I seem to like are the strings and the flute. She based this on the insrtumental pieces I said I liked - I believed I mentioned In the Hall of the Mountain King, Morning Mood, as well as The King of the Golden Hall (from the Two Towers) and the theme music from Game of Thrones). She also added that this might also be the reason I seem to like Celtic music more than some other type of music, for example, I love the Dubliner's version of Carrickfergus.
How about accoustic guitar?



Personally i love listening to music, humming or bopping along...
I have a very broad taste in music, liking atleast 1 composer/singer/songwriter/band in most genres...
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http://www.last.fm/user/Rincewiend/library?sortBy=name
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