- 1 What would Mozart think about today’s music?
- 2 What would Mozart think of rock music?
- 3 What would Mozart listen to today?
- 4 What would Mozart think of EDM?
- 5 Who is a modern day Mozart?
- 6 Why classical music is very important?
- 7 Why classical music is bad?
- 8 Why is classical music so boring?
- 9 Why do classical musicians hate pop?
- 10 What Really Killed Mozart?
- 11 How would classical composers react to modern music?
- 12 What is the most important instrument in classical period?
- 13 What are the 5 basic characteristics of classical music?
What would Mozart think about today’s music?
If by today’s music, you mean pop music which is tonal in nature, or rock music, or the blues, or tonal jazz, he might be very surprised at the sounds coming from the instruments, but he would certainly “get it” since western tonal music is very basically the same as it was when Mozart was writing it – in terms of
What would Mozart think of rock music?
They would like good rock music (not mediocre) as much as most of the population likes it – a lot. The music written by these two musicians was the popular music of their day.
What would Mozart listen to today?
If Mozart were alive today, he would gravitate toward Metal or Electronica in my opinion. Heavy Metal is a very receptive style of music to long form songs, with complicated layers.
What would Mozart think of EDM?
Mozart would probably have made awesome EDM, but that’s because he would have created complex EDM that you basically don’t otherwise see. Mozart would probably have turned up his nose at techno, the same way a modern composer does.
Who is a modern day Mozart?
John Williams is a modern day Mozart, says Steven Reineke | CBC Radio.
Why classical music is very important?
Classical music not only nurtures our soul but grows our mind in ways that have been substantiated by myriad of studies over recent years. Exposing the very young to classical music has been documented to help develop language skills, reasoning, and spatial intelligence.
Why classical music is bad?
Classical music is dryly cerebral, lacking visceral or emotional appeal. The pieces are often far too long. Rhythmically, the music is weak, with almost no beat, and the tempos can be funereal. The melodies are insipid – and often there’s no real melody at all, just stretches of complicated sounding stuff.
Why is classical music so boring?
Originally Answered: Why is classical music considered by many as boring? Because for them, classical music is boring. In general, that’s because people tend to like what they’re used to, whether it’s music or food or art or how people behave when holding conversations. Fans of dubstep tend not to like, say, 60s music.
Why do classical musicians hate pop?
This confounds trained musicians because they can’t make music that way. They don’t have the same skills as the pop musician despite usually being more trained. Musicians often dislike styles they don’t understand or don’t know how to play. Instead of trying (and risk failing) they knock it.
What Really Killed Mozart?
There is no doubt that Bach was a musical genius, but what clues did he leave behind to reveal his actual IQ? 165. That’s the number music scholars and scientists have landed upon for their best guess as to J.S. Bach’s IQ.
How would classical composers react to modern music?
Initially they would be shocked at the sounds they heard but soon they would begin to write music that incorporated modern elements they enjoyed into their own new works.
What is the most important instrument in classical period?
The most popular solo instrument of the Classical Period was the piano, and the violin was also common. Solo recitals were rare in concert halls, but solo or chamber music performances were often held in the home or among friends.
What are the 5 basic characteristics of classical music?
The Classical period
- an emphasis on elegance and balance.
- short well-balanced melodies and clear-cut question and answer phrases.
- mainly simple diatonic harmony.
- mainly homophonic textures (melody plus accompaniment) but with some use of counterpoint (where two or more melodic lines are combined)
- use of contrasting moods.