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I like Josh Groban's music too. He had a concert nearby where I live in August, but I didn't go...

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Too bad. I wish somebody I listened to would do a concert near where I live.

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I try to stick to mostly Christian music. I like, Newsboys, Chris Tomlin Krystal Meyers, And others . I usually listen to Classical music while I'm in the car.


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Finally. Someone else who listens to classical music besides me. That is my favorite type of music. I do enjoy listening to some of the Christian music artists though.

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Hey, I like classical music! You have to when you play 'cello :P

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lol, yeah, that's true! hmmmm, maybe I should attack double bass one day---do you think I'm too short for it though tuningpeg? :smt087


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Naw, 'specially not for a fraction-sized one. I heard once that the majority of bass player, male or female, only play a 3/4 'cuz the full is too big!

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I enjoy listening to country music a lot but there are times (especially when studying!) when classical music fits the bill much better. I love listening to piano music and I have so many cds! My dad's wondering where I should keep them!

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I just bought Handel's Messiah today for $5!

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Eagles_wings, you can keep CDs easily on a book shelf to keep them from being stepped on, misplaced, or any other number of things. I have built a CD rack from wood that works very well and doesn't take up much space. I also enjoy piano music, but I must say that I usually enjoy symphonies the most.

The Messiah is a great acquisition. Make sure that you got a copy that is DDD. DDD CDs are entirely digital (Recorded digitally, mixed digitally, produced digitally). ADD & AAD recordings are not as good quality (ADD being recorded via analog and the continued digitally; AAD being recorded and mixed before continuing on to digital format). ADD & AAD are often reproduction disks that were originally produced as records, 8track, or cassette tapes.

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Hmmm... I probably wouldn't be able to tell the difference, but thanks! I'll see what it is.

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Usually it is printed on the CD case (most often on the back). Sometimes it is even printed on the CD.

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How 'bout SPD? That's all I can find.

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I'm not sure what SPD is. Almost all new CDs are DDD these days. If they aren't DDD, than they are ADD.

I am really happy. I just got a wonderful recording of Mozart's Requiem! It is beautiful to listen to.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 4:17 pm 
I like Country and Classical. Both are good. I play violin. So I have to like both, since I have taken fiddle lessons too. And I'm in an orcrastra.


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these are some of my favorite artist: Relient K, Garage voice, Switchfoot, the Fray . It is mostly all rock :smt035 :smt034 :smt020

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I listen to rock, all kinds except for death metal. Ans most of the artists i listen to are christian hard rock,like destroy the runner, as i lay dying, as cities burn, etc and other kinds of rock. i occasionally listen to other genres but i hate rap and jazz. My favorite group overall is Anberlin :D

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The thing I hate most about rock groups, especially the harder ones, are their names. For instance, take the groups that godsrebelliousness7 posted (offense unintended): destroy the runner, as i lay dying, as cities burn... What do they have in common? Death an destruction. You'd think they could come up with more G-rated names...

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I agree... why do they have such hateful names when they are singing "christian" music.

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does any one here like Acappella? O_o

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I love acapella! but... are you talking about the group? or the type of singing? I like the type of singing... and maybe the group... I don't remember. When I'm running sound... and want to see how the speakers sound before a program, acapella music is the best, cause you get a HUGE range of frequencies... and it sounds really cool!

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 10:05 am 
yeah, it does sound cool! and even if they have a simple drum, (meaning not a drum kit,) it also sounds cool.


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rider1000 wrote:
I love acapella! but... are you talking about the group? or the type of singing? I like the type of singing... and maybe the group... I don't remember. When I'm running sound... and want to see how the speakers sound before a program, acapella music is the best, cause you get a HUGE range of frequencies... and it sounds really cool!


im talking about the group :) ...but i guess i like both

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Let's see, i like Classical (especially Stravinsky, his rite of spring is amazing.), Christian hip-hop, christian overall, especially the following: Steven Curtis Chapman, Zoegirl, Dino, etc.
nonchristian: Bond, movie sountracks (even if i didnt watch the movie!), um...techno is usually pretty cool also.

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