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  • Please check out the piano CD i recorded called "mountain songs" and share it if you like it, thanks! :
  • Just listen and dream!
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  • Listen to free streams of Contemporary Classical Music, 24/7 at Sad Classical Music Radio :
  • If you like Olafur Arnalds, Nils Frahm, Ludovico Einaudi etc... Check my sounds. Have a nice day. Julien
  • This tag is badly polluted with crossover crap and assorted wannabes..
  • various chamber works
  • Roberto Cacciapaglia for amazing piano music
  • Univers Zero's 1313 is an album I'd highly recommend to all fans of contemporary classical music with dark/dense atmosphere!
  • If you like good instrumental music, check out the new [artist]Lost Song[/artist]'s album: [album artist=Lost Song]The Time a Broken Heart Takes to Mend[/album].
  • Neoclassicists like Stravinsky, Shostakovich and Prokofiev don't really belong here, and neither does Satie.
  • what's ludovico einaudi doing in this list ffs D: :((
  • Spotify playlist: [url=]Classical Music[/url]
  • some here are more minimalists then classical
  • Dzivia ( - belarussian atmospheric orchestral music.
  • (I'm just kidding mkay)
  • Where's Hans Zimmer? He's the best contemporary classical composer!
  • ut0
    I mean she is an infinitely more interesting and sophisticated musician than any of the composers benxander mentioned but she's kind of irrelevant to this discussion
  • ut0
    what does gaga have to do with this
  • STFU, ut0, or go back to Gaga
  • ut0
    eh I was just saying that Richter etc. compose music in a similar style but 'contemporary classical' is a more general term that transcends a particular style—but they certainly fall under the 'contemporary classical' umbrella (which is very wide), and you can name your playlist whatever you want. I was just being snarky because I don't like them.
  • @ut0 okay, so you don't like their 'kind' of orchestral music - I'm willing to disassociate them with anything to do with contemporary classical, coming up with my own solution regarding 'those guys' - and for playlist purposes I've now placed their albums under a title: 'Orchestral soundscape'. I suppose I was ignorant to assume everyone here was on the same page, that we were talking of defining a term for 'those guys'. I'm sure there are composers today that compose radically different music more worthy of the title of contemporary classical - in comparison to the 'classics', correct? Care to enlighten?
  • ut0
    Did I?
  • @ut0 One does not simply say that Philip Glass sucks. O__O
  • ut0
    there are a lot other living composers besides Max Richter, Arnalds, Jóhannsson and co. and many of them compose radically different kinds of music that often sucks less than those guys
  • @Knubbas Says the man that tagged Richter and Arnalds as 'modern classical'. Synonymous much? Max Richter, Arnalds, Jóhannsson and co. DO have a distinctive sound that I can group, so there's a genre there somewhere, I dislike the term 'contemporary classical' as much as anyone else, but hey, alliteration's got me good. I mean post-rock's bad enough, but I've grown so accustomed to it...
  • it's so stupid to compare different styles of music. ↓↓↓↓↓
  • New Classical music doesn't beat the old classical music from 1600-1800 generations
  • I suggest a new tag: new old music.
  • Hi. January was great! Many thanks for the support. The song of the month for February is "This place is done". You can hear "This place is done" at"Filo"+Phillips
  • Thanks for your support during 2011 and Best Wishes for 2012. The song of the month for January 2012 is "The Black Archer". To hear "The Black Archer" visit"Filo"+Phillips
  • I don't know nothing at classical music but I LOL when I see Josh Groban and Il Divo on the list
  • ut0
    Greatest greatest contemporary classical composer? That's Carter.
  • Hi. If I'm not the first, then let me be among the earliest to wish you "Season's Greetings". May I also take this opportunity to introduce you to my latest album entitled "Twinite (1498-2000)". It contains 16 songs, many of which have attracted fans of Beethoven, Mozart, Henry Mancini, Jim Brickman and many other popular artists. It would be a great Xmas gift. For purchases, please visit Once again, Merry Christmas to you and yours
  • This page looks like Steve and John are laughing at some joke and the other guys don't get it. [3]
  • This page looks like Steve and John are laughing at some joke and the other guys don't get it. [2]
  • Hi, I'm just 17 years old and I finished my first album as a solo-project. Free to download. Post-rock/ambient/experimental Page On
  • This sense makes no tag.
  • whats the diffence between contemporay classical with classical crossover? since both crossing classical with modern music *_*
  • We shouldn't even call "classical" nor "instrumental" to all the music prior to the XX century. All the music is instrumental, even if there's only voice, which is obviously a musical instrument too. And the classical music corresponds only to the Neoclassical period, and it's quite different than the baroque or the romanticist ones. CULT, ERUDITE, ACADEMICAL or ART are better terms to reach all that wonderful musical tradition.
  • @ knubbas : isn''t "[url=]modern classical[/url]" a bit vague though?
  • This tag makes all the sense in the world. However, that anyone tags Richter or Arnalds as contemporary classical is beyond me.
  • There is a lot more to read on the wiki discussion
  • :D
  • d0l
    these tag shoutboxes make me die a little inside..
  • This page looks like Steve and John are laughing at some joke and the other guys don't get it.
  • This tag makes more sense to me than most tags...


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