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Music on the brain.

Post by Poshay » 30 Aug 2018, 08:52

Not so long ago I watched a Prom which featured a Busty Belgian Babe playing Mozart's Concerto for Clarinet. Now I cant get the various themes out of my head or I keep whistling them. I'll be glad to return to my usuals of BeachBoys, Fleetwood Mac or Queen.
Does anyone else suffer similar problems?
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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by bristleposh » 30 Aug 2018, 09:28

No, but if you have the address and photos of the busty Belgian babe I'd be more than interested
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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by Poshay » 30 Aug 2018, 10:58

You could try this Bristle..

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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by trevormans » 30 Aug 2018, 15:54

The reason why you can’t get it out of your head is because it’s good

The clarinet concerto like so much of mozart is as good as it’s going to get

The beach boys are quite handy but they will not stand the test of time

The clarinet concerto is magnificent even when played by hairy bottomed old men

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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by DaveLister » 01 Sep 2018, 10:25

trevormans wrote:
30 Aug 2018, 15:54
The reason why you can’t get it out of your head is because it’s good

The clarinet concerto like so much of mozart is as good as it’s going to get

The beach boys are quite handy but they will not stand the test of time

The clarinet concerto is magnificent even when played by hairy bottomed old men
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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by trevormans » 01 Sep 2018, 11:18

well spotted

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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by Poshay » 01 Sep 2018, 12:04

I've since listened to Shostakovich's 5th and Richard Marshall triple tonguing on the Dyke soloists album (open goal for Bristle there) but those darned clarinet themes are still buzzin.
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Post by trevormans » 02 Sep 2018, 06:35

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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by bristleposh » 02 Sep 2018, 08:37

Poshay wrote:
01 Sep 2018, 12:04
I've since listened to Shostakovich's 5th and Richard Marshall triple tonguing on the Dyke soloists album (open goal for Bristle there) but those darned clarinet themes are still buzzin.
Not at all, I have nothing against Classical music, there is some wonderful stuff to listen to. To every listener music is in the ear of the beholder. Unlike most OFs of my age I like modern rock and punk music. I would prefer to listen to Operatic vocalists singing rock music than I would to listen to them singing in Italian, stuff from a bygone era. I am a music snob in so much as I think the music I like is the best, however I have doubt everybody is the same. I even had a row on Twitter the other day with some American women who actually thought Whitney Houston was a singer.
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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by DaveLister » 02 Sep 2018, 10:43

The closest I'll get to classical is ELOs version of Roll Over Beethoven.
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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by Poshay » 03 Sep 2018, 13:46

By strange coincidence there was an item on this very topic on BBC Breakfast this morning. Seemingly this phenomenon is known as an "ear worm".
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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by trevormans » 03 Sep 2018, 13:58

DaveLister wrote:
02 Sep 2018, 10:43
The closest I'll get to classical is ELOs version of Roll Over Beethoven.
each to his own, of course

it would be a sad day if we all enjoyed the same things


but as a matter of interest are you never moved by the music of say Rule Britannia, or Land of Hope and Glory, or say "here Comes the Bride" or even Nessun Dorma, or perhaps more contentiously "Ode to Joy"

each of which derive from "classical music"

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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by stuie » 03 Sep 2018, 15:09

trevormans wrote:
03 Sep 2018, 13:58
DaveLister wrote:
02 Sep 2018, 10:43
The closest I'll get to classical is ELOs version of Roll Over Beethoven.
each to his own, of course

it would be a sad day if we all enjoyed the same things


but as a matter of interest are you never moved by the music of say Rule Britannia, or Land of Hope and Glory, or say "here Comes the Bride" or even Nessun Dorma, or perhaps more contentiously "Ode to Joy"

each of which derive from "classical music"
I know very little about classical music, however we often listen to classic fm and enjoy most of it

been lucky enough to go to the first night of the proms, with a full orchestra, choir and organ, and have been to watched Pouchini's Madame Butterfly by the Russian state opera company sang in Italian with English subtitles


Have done proms in the park with the Halle orchestra


Our next venture will be to watch a ballet, hopefully Tyronne Barnett will be the lead dancer
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Re: Music on the brain.

Post by theelix1 » 25 Sep 2018, 07:26

Hi everyone, i am new on this.

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