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    What kind of music do u listen?

    Just interesting what Revit guys listens to? Guitar pop american bands? hahah or maybe some classical music? Or..: listens what radio plays?
    Personally i listen a lot of genres, from Ambient to Hardtechno, from classical music and jazz to hip hop.

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      I love listening to classical music. There is a very nice series of videos in Youtube, ideal to make a playlist, called "Classical music composers", that goes from Part 1 to Part 11. It has short clips of the best parts of the best composers, sorted in chronological order, from the 18th century until the present. It is very nice to listen to this and get to learn the work of so many composers around the world. Some of the pieces I enjoy most from this collection are from Schubert, Tchaikovsky, Edvard Grieg, and Villalobos, but in reality everything in that collection is good. I also like tenors: I enjoy listening to Jussi Bjorling, Pavarotti, Bocelli, and more recently, Jonas Kauffman.
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        Alfredo, You didnt mention Rachmaninoff, Debussy, Pachelbel, Bach, Gershwin.... oh man you just peaked my intrest in diggin up my old stuff. Yeah yeah yeah I am 26 and listen to a lot classical. My grandfather had a major influence in my musical preference. Classical music paints pretty pictures in my head. Also most people dont realize how much classical music they know.

        Rachmaninov - Rhapsody On A Theme Of Paganini - 18th Variation
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          #5
          Alex, that was beautiful! In exchange for that nice gift, let me post this jewel:

          Edvard Grieg's "Morning"
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            #6
            Alfredo, Just wonderfull!!! I have more

            Pachelbel - Canon In D Major
            Most everybody will recognize this song as one of the weeding procession composures.

            Tell me if you like this one.
            Life Without End - At Last!
            -Alex Cunningham

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              #7
              I have a Napster subs & play mostly Blues all day like a jukebox. Benefit of subscription is that I can load MP3 player with music for the road, don't have to buy @ $0.99 a pop.


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                #8
                Since were dropping some favorite classical pieces - let me share one of my all time favs with the rest of you

                Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky - Slavonic March (Marche Slave)

                I love Russian classical music - their literature is 2nd to none as well.
                Chad Koscinski | Architect

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                  And it makes me think of how some contemporary music brings a classical element to it as well. Here's a good example from Vampire Weekend - listen to how those strings come crashing back at the end. Love this song.

                  Vampire Weekend - M79
                  Chad Koscinski | Architect

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                    #10
                    Chad, you suck!
                    You know every new band before it comes out!
                    And now classical?!
                    Ahhhh! Envy!!!!
                    I used to be up to date, now I am a dinosaur.
                    My main listenings now are She wants revenge, Editor and Interpol.
                    Always keep a folder with Borodin, and Bach, of course.
                    Also love some pearls from the east like my little airport or dengue fever.
                    Gonçalo Feio
                    "Ignorance, ignorance, sheer ignorance - you know there's no confidence to equal it. It's only when you know something about a profession, I think, that you're timid and careful." George Orson Welles

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