Dad would tell me, now this is jazz, now this is classical, and this is avant-garde…and so on. To me it was all just music. I either thought it was bitchin’, or it wasn’t. To me, classical is a period encompassing approximately the years 1730 to 1820, not a type of music. Igor Stravinsky, Alberto Ginastera and Bela Bartok are certainly not what I would call classical music. It’s either GOOD MUSIC, or the other kind. My musical compass is wide, thanks to so much exposure to different stuff over the years. I will give anything a shot as long as it involves people operating actual musical instruments, and non auto tuned singing. So.. there it is.
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