Originally Posted by exlude
Dude, you gotta throw in some Rachmaninov.
Will do. There are quite a few more on the list and I rotate them out about once a week.
Gershwin, Handel, Ravel, Stravinsky, Schubert, Haydn, Tchaikovsky, Sebastian, Brahms, Frederic "Fucking" Chopin (Tombstone, gotta love it), Elgar, Mahler...
1/2 the time I don't even know what I'm listening to. Like I said I don't really study it I just like it when training.
I'll throw in some Rachmaninov. Should have some Tchaikovsky influence to his work.
Mozart is probably the predominant one on the list as it is my youngests favorite. Believe it or not it came from watching those damn Baby Einstein DVDs. When she is having her "alone time" in her playroom Mozart is always jamming. This is right before you start hearing her singing:
A few times I've been around that track
So it's not just gonna happen like that
'Cause I ain't no hollaback girl
I ain't no hollaback girl
(clean version only)