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What are you currently listening to?

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« Reply #255 on: December 09, 2013, 10:05:29 pm »

I didn't say I actually disliked Tchaikovsky bombarding my ear'oles with huge,noisy climaxes every five minutes,Kyjo! Grin The more the merrier,I say,if they're that good! And some cannons please! Oh  yes,he did those too!! Shocked Grin
I do quite like some of Rubinstein's music though,and after all if we all agreed about every single thing there wouldn't be much of a forum! Although,you'd hear less about Anton Rubinstein! Grin

Funny you mention Rubinstein in relation to sleep! One of the composers I have been loading into my cd changer at the weekend,before getting into bed (cordless headphones!) is Tchaikovsky. He probably does help me sleep;but in a good way! Grin
Schmidt's Second and Berlioz's 'Harold in Italy' were on there,too!


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