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Old 04-25-2006, 11:08 AM
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Althought piano was invented at the time, BACH prefered the organ.

Besides, the organ is called the "King of all instruments"!

Maybe so, but it's still annoying
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Old 04-25-2006, 12:38 PM
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Maybe so, but it's still annoying


It all depends who's playing it.
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True, but I still don't like it
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True true true!!
The piano has a clearer, more beautiful sound.
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True true true!!
The piano has a clearer, more beautiful sound.
Yeah, it doesn't drag out forever, that's so annoying to me!
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To me too. Anyway, in the "modern times" we are in, knowing piano is so much more useful.
Besides, what does it matter if Bach liked it? Different people have different opinions! No matter whether they are famous or unknown!!!!! So I don't agree with Bach and don't care that much if he liked it. Too bad for him, I am losing respect for him (just kidding).
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Besides, what does it matter if Bach liked it? Different people have different opinions! No matter whether they are famous or unknown!!!!! So I don't agree with Bach and don't care that much if he liked it.
I agree! (sorry Y)
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To me too. Anyway, in the "modern times" we are in, knowing piano is so much more useful.
Besides, what does it matter if Bach liked it? Different people have different opinions! No matter whether they are famous or unknown!!!!! So I don't agree with Bach and don't care that much if he liked it. Too bad for him, I am losing respect for him (just kidding).


Now now, I do not have anything against piano... I took lessons for 7-8 years. It's true that people have different ideas and that's fine. The point is that if you ask any serious classical musician, they will say that Bach was one of the best if not the best composer that ever lived! Also, we can truly judge Bach when we've "been there and done that!"
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Now now, I do not have anything against piano... I took lessons for 7-8 years. It's true that people have different ideas and that's fine. The point is that if you ask any serious classical musician, they will say that Bach was one of the best if not the best composer that ever lived! Also, we can truly judge Bach when we've "been there and done that!"
Why does what Bach liked, thought, or did even matter??
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Why does what Bach liked, thought, or did even matter??



The same reason for what Einstein liked, thought, did....

I can tell you don't listen to much of his music.

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