Ha. Well, you say that but I bet it has 22 pages of disgruntled "HOW CAN YOU NOT LIKE <inset piece of music>?!" comments by next week. Haven't read a heated thread for a while so this'll be fun.Kjetil Heggelund wrote:This thread might become an unpopular one...
YMBJ (that's you must be joking) or I could say YMBFJ!Manuel de Falla - Homenaje.
I am with guitar for a long time... since years I also lost interest in V-L, partly in my case because I listened to everything and (tried) to play everything for years, but several mos. ago for some reason I took up the Schottish Choro from the Suite Bresilienne, and now it's one of my favorite pieces/tunes.. It turns out it's really upbeat, rhythmic and fun to play! And NOT in a minor key..It's quite a crowd-pleaser, too.ashworth wrote:I'm not that crazy about Recuerdos, either. It's ok, but I've never understood the wild popularity of it.
I don't understand the appeal of Villa-Lobos Prelude No. 1, either. (Actually, there is not a lot of Villa-Lobos' solo guitar music that is very interesting to me, with the exceptions of the Prelude No. 4 in E Minor and the Etude No. 8.)
Correct! I don't like Mozart, his music is so boring, and I never understood how someone could listen to it voluntarily. The most boring guitar piece is Lagrima. For me music is a way to express emotions, and in my ears pieces like Lagrima (or pieces written by Mozart) are only a collection of notes, and I never found any perceptible emotions in them.DavRom wrote:i guess there are people out there that don't like Bach or Mozart or...
Didn't read that bit. Cavatina might come closest, but I can't remember how it struck me in the Seventies.Jedaks wrote:Not pieces you are simply tired of hearing. I mean pieces you never liked the sound of.
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