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    I recently fell in love with Beethoven. And for non-classical music, Trent Reznor.

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    Never saw that one coming.

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    Simon Jeffes, Yann Tiersen, Sandro Perri.

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    Composer.... bah, the only composer I really pay any attention to is Uematsu, so I'll go with him. My favorite musician though, hmm.... either Danny Carey or Terry Bozzio. I'd probably give it to Bozzio for being one of the craziest and most unique guys to ever sit behind a drum kit.

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    Brahms, purely for Lullaby.

    Otherwise I'll say Gabriel Yared, because the simple, quiet background type of music suits me more than most stuff.
    Bow before the mighty Javoo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by black orb
    >>> Post your fav composer/musician.

    Mine are Nobuo Uematsu and Yoko Kanno..
    Add to that John Williams, Harry Gregson-Williams, Taku Iwasaki.

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    I also really dislike Tchaikovsky.
    You make me sad.

    Bach, as others mentioned, is also quite good, as is Beethoven and Handel.

    For more modern (i.e. living) composers, Richard Einhorn is also really good.

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    JS Bach, Mozart, Dvořák.

    You should listen to the String Quartet No. 12 in F Major (The American) composed by Antonin Dvořák.

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    This thread did not need to be revived, as it's from last year In the future, please try to read the dates of posts before posting. Thanks!

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