This site is all about music of course, however many of you may be confused as to what are we really focusing on here. In case you are in that confusion, make sure you learn what we are all about (what’s the purpose) before you read an extra line. It will really help you catch up. Of course, not a lot has been said lately, but today we are going to be diving in a little bit deeper into the genres.

As you know, Classical music has always been considered the highest form of music. It is really considered the Porsche of music and whenever you think of quality in music, classical music comes to mind. Starting from way back in the mid-evil times and spanning up to our generations , classical music has pretty much influenced all of our livelihoods. Back in the baroque days, everything was more serious, and more respected. I mean the fashion, the human behavior: it was all of higher class. If you listen to Bach music, you will understand what I’m talking about. Of course, you may get the impression of being in church but the point is, that music and that era was very much serious about life. I wonder how comedians survived back then…obviously I wouldn’t be one of them.

The thing with classic music however today, no matter how good it is, is that it attracts a lot of fakes. I am not talking about the performers of course. Music is something very authentic and you can’t fake it (or it will be bad.) So at least all the performers are really in it because they actually love it. But I’m talking about the rest of us: the rest of the people. Some will go to these concert halls and listen to boring hours of classic music (boring to them) just to show off and express their upper and high class preferences. They don’t go there because they really enjoy. In fact, most of the times they just fall asleep with their eyes open. And that really isn’t a problem for the business of classic music. In fact, the millennial generation doesn’t even consider classic music as something of quality, so thank goodness for all the show offs that are spending that money. My point is however, that this art form is attracting wrong people. People who couldn’t care less about Mozart, Bach and Hayden. And the reason it’s a problem, is because of our interactions.

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