The melody (which is just the outline of a chord... how original...) is a melody from Mozart's overture of Bastien & Bastienne. When ever I hear it I can't help thinking of the Shepherds theme from the 5th.two of Beethoven's most significant symphonies, the Third and Fifth?
...how many time have I heard that. Half my lecturers have said that. Can't agree more. But for me, I don't like... most of his quartets.fantasticly amazingly brilliant at times, indifferent at other times.
ArcticWind7 wrote:Then there is Schoenberg... first dozen pieces are good, the rest are historical. :p
goldberg988 wrote:I agree about the ninth. The Scherzo is its best feature, while the last movement is impossibly vulgar. The first movement is OK, but nothing to its counterparts in the fifth and third.
Possibly because tonal music is actually natural for our ears.Please don't get me started on schoenberg et al. (too late for that now) i think that is the ONLY kind of music i can acually get nothing out of at all.
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