Adam Douglas Surprisingly difficult to find perfect renditions of classical music pieces. There's nearly always some imperfect element that throws the performance or recording off. Either the acoustics are too claustrophobic, there's some crap player in the second row or hell knows what else. Tempo is a problem too, it seems like orchestras are playing pieces too quickly or slowly for the sake of having an edgy/"original" bragging right. This same desire for originality applies to all of the creative arts these days. They seem to think that originality lies in the rendition of an existing work rather than the composition of something new.
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Haaktu I'm still educating myself in this department. So far, acoustics of most orchestral recordings are horrible.
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Eric Could you provide some examples?
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