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flipper1966 flipper1966 56-60, M 9 Answers Aug 21, 2012 in Music

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Yea, and the Mona Lisa is just a bunch of pigment stuck to a slab of wood.

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So it is but who else combined them so sublimely?

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His work would be phenomenal if a HEARING person had composed it.

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A lot of chords? The Beetles were just a lot of chords (no disrespect at all), Beethoven used far more complex techniques to compose. I've been playing for ages, and I still can't play some of his stuff, it's beyond me.

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But could he write a melody?

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Woah there. I know there's some gripe with Beethoven and Melodies, and he did steer clear most of the time, but 6th Symphony - Pastoral, tell me that isn't full of melodic techniques.

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