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Author Topic: Resurrect a Classical Composser and Pick a Modern Music Genre for Them  (Read 2456 times)

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Pick any composer who wrote music between 1750 to 1820, then pick a musical genre from the last 100 years (1916-2016) that you think they might compose for if they were brought back to life today. Sanity and hearing would be fully restored.

Don't worry about giving any reasoning. Mixed genres welcome.


Example:  Joseph Hayden, melodic trance

Feel free to get really obscure.
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Beethoven, Dubstep.

Mozart, Noise
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Beethoven, Dubstep.

Mozart, Noise

I see Beethoven more on IDM actually.
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Beethoven, Dubstep.

Mozart, Noise

I see Beethoven more on IDM actually.
I was debating the two in my head.
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Tchiachovsky - Rap Metal?
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Michael Haydn (Joseph Haydns younger brother)

Thrash Metal
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Claude Debussy

Future Garage/Chillwave
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Beethoven, Dubstep.

Mozart, Noise

I see Beethoven more on IDM actually.

Hmm... Both are good fits. I can see him dabbling in a bit of industrial, too. He wrote all sorts of stuff.
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Eric Satie - techno house trance. 







I can see him deejaying in one of those grey velvet suits of his. 
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Imagine Wagner and John Williams collaborating on a soundtrack.
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Wagner - Movie Soundtracks

Imagine Wagner and John Williams collaborating on a soundtrack.
I was thinking more Hans Zimmer
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Example:  Joseph Hayden, melodic trance

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Wagner - Movie Soundtracks

Imagine Wagner and John Williams collaborating on a soundtrack.
I was thinking more Hans Zimmer
Fuck the movie, just give me the score.
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Wagner - Movie Soundtracks

Imagine Wagner and John Williams collaborating on a soundtrack.
I was thinking more Hans Zimmer
Fuck the movie, just give me the score.

Ditto.


Also, ja, I guess Hans Zimmer would make more sense. And, Wagner would be more willing to work with him.
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Would giving Stravinsky some math rock be a bit too Captain Obvious?
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Would giving Stravinsky some math rock be a bit too Captain Obvious?

There's absolutely nothing wrong with that.
Also, I'd love to hear it.

Apologies if I'm resurrecting a "dead thread".
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 :lol: Huzzah!
I am pleased to have found this.
Continuing on - Chopin - tango nuevo, with an extra resurrection of Astor Piazzolla for him to exchange cool piano/bandoneon awesomeness with. Thinking about it, I'd think Mr Shhops has always had it in him to play some fervent passionate tangos!
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