Topic started by s.senthilkumar (@ 126.96.36.199) on Mon Jan 24 07:34:24 EST 2000.
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i had this doubt for a long time.i heard some music from Beethovan or Mozrat symphonies.But still the questions are there!
Is there any rule or style for symphony?
why its that much hard one?
why a great music composing like "How to Name it?" cant be a symphony?
known friends please tell me..i am anxious to know the answers.
- From: Dorairaj Pichaiyan (@ gateway7.ey.com)
on: Mon Jan 24 18:03:54 EST 2000
There are several Symphony like bits and pieces from our great IR.
For Example, in 'Andhimazhai Pozhigirathu' song in the second interlude you can see the pieces of a symphony flowing beautifully.
Composers like Mozart, Bach, Beethovan, Papa Hyden have come up with their own compositions which do not have any kind of Sharp or Unexpected notes and the music flows nicely and smoothly with a more or less a predictable fashion. When I say in a predictable fashion, I mean the Ups and Downs are done with some grammer and creativity in mind. The grammer varies from composer to composer but in essence its all the same.
To my opinion, IR has done that in many songs, but only in Bits and Pieces.
IMO, Symphony is nothing but a mix several musical notes played on several instruments simulaneously when played together produces a Harmonious effect.
- From: Dorai (@ gateway7.ey.com)
on: Mon Jan 24 18:06:04 EST 2000
"Mix Several Musical Notes " should read as "Mix of Several Musical Notes"
- From: Ravi (@ nscs21p1.remote.umass.edu)
on: Mon Jan 24 23:18:34 EST 2000
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