Classical music

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    Classical music

    This question just came to mind and I'm curious. Anybody here like Classical Music?
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    I like some soundtracks where they play symphony orchestra, but not pure classical music.
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    I like listening to Andres Segovia.
    I wish I could play Classical Guitar...


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    Can't say I'm really a fan, although some classical guitar stuff is okay.

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    actually scientific studys state that listening to Clasical music while working will improve your work/school preformance, and possibly make you learn better and faster.
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    I'm off to get some Mozart as we speak then!

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    actually scientific studys state that listening to Clasical music while working will improve your work/school preformance, and possibly make you learn better and faster.
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    I used to play classical guitar like two years ago but it's a real pain as you need to keep your nails in tip top condition and technique is more difficult as getting the required volume without a amp. Maybe I'll try to play again when I have more time .

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    I like Celtic music, I dont listen to music too much since it thouroughly sucks. Classical is definitly good though.

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    I, myself, enjoy Mozart, Vivaldi, and Schubert. I've been playing classical piano for 10 years. I'm really getting into Ragtime. Anybody like Ragtime? It's great. Just as good, if not better, than classical.
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    Classical is definately a go... definately good studying music... and good to relax to. Check out the music discussion/poll from about a week ago... I think most people here hit up the classical stuff at some point.

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    >actually scientific studys state that listening to Clasical music while working will improve your work/school preformance, and possibly make you learn better and faster.

    hmmm... well i find that listening to any music can help and it just depends... that is interesting though... just the fact that music moves you... and wherever you want to go, it can take you there... but scientifically proving just that, i believe would be done.
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    I listen to classical! A LOT!

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    Listening to Led Zeppelin has been proven to improve my performance in life and in programming.

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