Doing some reading, I came across this article:
Such things are all very interesting, but there could be serious implications if it gets out of hand.
I heard a funny story about a mistake in the Bible verse read at a wedding one time (I'm not sure if it's true or not). The verse that was supposed to be read was 1 John 4:18 - "There is no fear in love; perfect love drives out all fear. So then, love has not been made perfect in anyone who is...
I have read in a number of places about the 'cheap neoromantic' music being written today. I am curious as to what sort of composers people refer to as being 'cheap neoromantics', and what does everyone else think of this sort of music?
Hello everyone. I am 'Montefalco', a music student from Australia. I am currently learning piano, and I am interested in a wide range of music, from composers such as J. S. Bach and Handel to Messiaen and Murail. I am looking forward to becoming part of a classical music community.