||As an example, a poor but entertaining thing to watch is Amadeus-- it is a biography/drama about Mozart, and is a great introduction into why he was so damn great.
||He was very nice with a good sense of humour, and these are all reflected in his music which is often happy and jovial.
Satie and Debussy are delicate as well, but I can't make three pianists with the same traits, so I've used the joke about the scales instead :)
Hope you like it anyway !
||Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good.
||You'll also find that your sax playing will improve as well, since bassoon is far less forgiving in breath control and embouchure, it will help improve your discipline as well.
||Thank you for the detailed post!
I've never played strings, but learned a few woodwinds and loved playing the tuba.
I've read about the old violins and how there are excellent reproductions today.
||That's got to be a good thing.
Now, there's a kind of repertoire that will take that treatment well and a kind that won't, but it's a mistake to treat all art music as a precious delicate gem.
||I've listened to a lot of his stuff because of that and I like it, but I'd like to know more about the music other than, 'Yeah I like it' so I can talk to him and impress him.
It's wonderful she's interested in some really excellent music!
||Really interesting stuff, thank you Luckybeargod.
On an off-topic side note, this is the first time I've stumbled into this subreddit, and I just wanted to say I LOVE your voting arrows :)