Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by MikaelaArsenault, Oct 11, 2018.
And what of Bell(y) Up To The Bar Boys from The Unsinkable Molly Brown. OK I need some sleep... Obviously.
Mandocello - Cheap Trick
It's on page 5.
This isn’t a ‘song’, but a piece of music. In classical music, a song is something that involves a voice and, in most cases, some kind of accompaniment (usually just piano or if the composer chosen to orchestrate it, an orchestra, or arrange the song using some other kind of instrumentation).
Oh wow, mind blown, never knew that, what is this 'classical music' you speak of?
John Cage, "HPSCHD"
Are you being sarcastic or are you seriously unaware about classical music and the genre as a whole?
Again, not a song, but a piece of music.
Yes, that's why I posted titles by Morton Feldman and John Cage, what do you think?
Shall I go through the rest of the thread flagging up all the instrumentals posted or will I leave that to you?
I think you don’t know the difference between a song and a piece of music nor have you bothered to understand anything I’m actually saying about classical music terminology.
John Cage and Morton Feldman were classical composers. Both belonged to the late 20th Century American avant-garde music scene along with La Monte Young, Harry Partch, Christian Wolff, among others.
'She Bangs The Drums' by The Stone Roses
Horn In the USA
Very much the latter.
The Beatles - While My Guitar Gently Weeps
George Harrison - This Guitar (Can’t Keep From Crying)
Scott Walker, "Cowbells Shakin'"
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