Classical Jazz '05

 

 

SOP - Stravinsky Clapping

The video is here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1Frm9LrnfE

 

In this video, we discussed how music became more complex.  Is it better or worse?  Can you think of a song that has a high-level of compllexity?  Is it a song that anyone can listen to?

 

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School: North Allegheny
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The video is here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1Frm9LrnfE

 

In this video, we discussed how music became more complex.  Is it better or worse?  Can you think of a song that has a high-level of compllexity?  Is it a song that anyone can listen to?

 


Comments

Nick Faber from: North Allegheny - posted: March 9, 2020
Music complexity is somewhat like inflation. It is good in small amounts, to continue innovating and creating interesting works. However, when the gap between the public and advanced music techniques widens too quickly, the music loses its appeal. It is good to continue making music complex, but one small step at a time.



Futen Wang from: North Allegheny - posted: April 1, 2020
While it is good that music is constantly evolving, it remain essential to evaluate the merit of previous generations of musical form. A perfect example is Bach. Baroque music is evidently outdatted at this point, but the fundamental instruction of the genius composer still remains in the legacy of music as a whole.



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