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    Wink average: how many hours do you listen to classical music a week or a day?

    Well... I am a Classical music freak...average: 3-4 hours a day. In part at the gym while lifting my weights...Then it is usually opera. Sometimes during the evening...1 hour before sleeping while reading...

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    Martin (ex myaskovsky2002)

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    Always while traveling in the car, and at home, like now while working the forums, listening to streaming radio (Pandora).
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    It depends, if I am on my own I listen to a lot. If my hubby is here, when there is no Jazz on.


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