I found some time to do my first musical journal. Just want to describe my genre transformation process, as I got older with music, genres which I loved and then left behind.
As a child I found myself in music very soon, I was 6 when I spent almost all activities close to stereo or MTV... and it tooks a longer period. As many others then I came through the popular music to the rock, I used to listen Red hot chili peppers, blur ...then in adolescent age I jumped to the mainstream metal.
Today, I can declare that I was and still I am fan of Michael Jackson, Beatles and Depeche mode.
I came into classical and baroque already as adult through the metal. It seems like a paradox for some non metal users , but it is truth. In 2007 when I have started to scrobble here, I prefered exclusive death metal and progressive metal. Then jazz catched my ears and I fell in love with gypsy swing, Coltrane, Davis and many others....my portals to the era of the "further past" was opened then... my favorites from metal - Necrophagist, Spawn of Posession and many others represent classical and baroque signatures in very extreme form. Then I became musically mature and got my aesthetically sentiment for the real music, which deserves to be adored. I have started with Bach, Chopin or Vivaldi...
And finally in this post I am sharing with you some music which I adore nowadays. Look into my profile and library for the details.
Last year I was really addicted to Johann Sebastian Bach
music, but last two months I am still more intoFelix Mendelssohn
especially his string quartets and symphonies.
I discovered and consider very engrossing music of these artists from the mentioned era in January: Erik Satie
, Luigi Boccherini
, Johann Baptist Vanhal
. Luigi Boccherini is so underrated ! what a talented amazing musician...many others are underrated, its weird that only few composers are still repeating in medias to present their music...you know the most of users on last fm which are not very into classical and baroque music like for example seasons from Vivaldi, mainly spring...Beethovens 5th and 9th, Bachs air and toccata + fugue, Piano concerto from Tchaikovsky or Nocturne from Chopin.
People lets give a chance to more music from your prefered composers, and try unknown or lessknown composers. You will be surprised what a bunch of great music you discover.
new favourite soundtracks, scores, trailer and non score orchestral music in my library:Danny Elfman
- Serenada SchizophranaAlexandre Desplat
- Ghost WriterPatrick Doyle
- Thor (2011)David Arnold
- Godzilla (1999)Bruno Coulais
- OceansFuture World Music
- Immortal Empire