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And you think not clapping between movements is strict? :)


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t-p
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« on: December 14, 2011, 08:42:43 pm »

I think that we are going through big changes. I think that we need to have more freedom at classical concerts.
I am changing my view here.

Classical music became too starch high class affair. While it will always be interest of minority of population it still needs to be more friendly.
In old times it was customary to walk around and talk (during opera or private concert). WE went all the way to absolute quiet when one can hardly breath.
I know how difficult it is to attract children to classical music after struggling for more than 30 years of teaching.


On the other hand I think many people develop more interest in classical music in their older years. A lot of my work aim is at developing this interest. I know some people like it, but in younger years have too much peer pressure.

I don't have any comments about people in Indonesia. Their interest of Rock music could be protest against oppressive government.

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