Why do you listen to a form of music that is so constrained? Art Music offers composers much more free options in terms of tonality, style, flow, and other similar factors that popular music simply cannot provide for.
Why haven't you started listening to art music yet?
>much more free options
>and other similar factors
>simply cannot provide for
if "art music" is so stimulating why does your grammar and usage remind me of the 500 word essay (due tomorrow) that I still haven't started writing
i listen to artpop all day
thx dean blunt
Thats good, because I choked a little at "other similar factors"
Ball busting aside, freedom does not necessarily lend itself to quality. I'd argue that being as creative as possible inside the box is equally valuable to working outside of it.
>Ball busting aside, freedom does not necessarily lend itself to quality.
It does lead to a greater diversity of music.
Kindly show the scores for Blunt's "Black Metal?"
>To achieve success doing art music you must be approved by the smartasses in the music academy
Actually, you just have to have a creative, intelligent artist's voice and a good sense of quality.
Radical artists get "approved" all the time you idiot.
>It does lead to a greater diversity of music.
But is the end goal of music to be enjoyable or to be interesting?
The weight enjoyment or interest carry varies from person to person, but the answer is always both.
well, I have a partial objection to the formality but it's more that in straining for an effect he's bloated his post with high-school-level pseudo scholarly cliches and leaden phrases like the ones I greentexted
>if it's not written it's not art music
I just wrote something. Is it art music now that it's written?
I mean there's no real boundaries to simply *being* art music same as popular music.
>Also, could someone play what I made for me.
If they can play this then yes.
Why don't you listen to the emerging new music artform of the 21st century that's actually relevant to the world we live in today? ASMR is it. It's the most moving iteration of music that has yet existed. It's powerful enough to affect other people physically with tingles across the impersonal barrier of a monitor screen.
She used to be a camslut apparently who did fetish videos. Makes it more enjoyable.