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The Short Version: Self Assessment

Posted at 2:16 PM on January 27, 2012 by ClassicalMPR (1 Comments)
Filed under: Composers, Ludwig van Beethoven

Any prolific composer could surprise us with how they rank their own works. Perhaps it's as simple and as compelling as "What have I done lately?" This 19th century Titan might have dismissed one of our favorites with, "That's so 1808."

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Just a suggestion for all you classical music lovers and composers, I found an Ipad application called iClassics which seemed to be very helpful to me. It is basically a navigation of classical music throughout the ages. I am a composer myself and just by listening to various composers and instrumentalists, I have broaden my thoughts on composition. For you classical music lovers, it is a great way to find and listen to great compositions and pieces that you may or may not have heard before! Download it and let me know what you think!

Posted by Mickey House | January 31, 2012 3:50 PM