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User avatar #20 - Hreidmar
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(04/12/2012) [-]
************* Beethoven. One of the biggest badasses of history.

Although I have to say in classical music, he's around 5th or 6th favourite for me...
User avatar #29 to #20 - herecomesjohnny
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mozart? rachmaninov?
User avatar #42 to #29 - Hreidmar
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Mahler, Shostakovich, Sibelius, and Dvorak. Mozart... I dislike his music, with rare exceptions.
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User avatar #44 to #43 - Hreidmar
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Janacek... extremely undervalued in my opinion. He's about 7th or 8th in my personal favourites. Haven't had much expose of Schnittke... he's all right, but I could go without. Bartok is amazing.
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User avatar #46 to #45 - Hreidmar
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Explain yourself.
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User avatar #48 to #47 - Hreidmar
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I've exposed myself to an incredible amount of music. MY views have evolved quite a bit. I can still compile a list of the music that moves me most, that I attain the most pleasure from. I am open to re-examining my views, but I've had no reason to re-consider my preference for, say, Shostakovich for quite some time.

I don't care what the general population worships, I look for the stuff I like. Very few have heard of Eyvind Alnaeus, for example, and yet I still listen to him obsessively and have built quite a collection of his works.