Your top 5 favorite classical pieces

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Your top 5 favorite classical pieces : I had a friend who listened only to mozart during her pregnancy. When the child was six, he listened to Mozart's Requem Mass in D minor for the first time. Dropped stone dead.
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    I hope I am reading this wrong because otherwise this is a depressing story.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Your top 5 favorite classical pieces : I hope I am reading this wrong because otherwise this is a depressing story.
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    I swear on the soul of the dead child, this story is true. Listening to Mozart kills.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Your top 5 favorite classical pieces : I hope I am reading this wrong because otherwise this is a depressing story.
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    I was thinking the same thing ... maybe I misunderstood.

    Forum Cleaner, that is a very bizarre, and tragic story! 

    On another note, I have to say, Mozart is not one of my favorite composers. 
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Your top 5 favorite classical pieces : I swear on the soul of the dead child, this story is true. Listening to Mozart kills.
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    I believe you - but did you really need to share? No disrespect, but no dead children stories for me - please.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Your top 5 favorite classical pieces : I believe you - but did you really need to share? No disrespect, but no dead children stories for me - please.
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    How can I not share this story, when so many other children may be struck dead by Mozart's requiem in D minor? The word must get out.
     
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    Mozart didn't kill me.
     
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    [QUOTE]Mozart didn't kill me.
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    You got lucky.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Your top 5 favorite classical pieces : You got lucky.
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    Mozart doesn't kill.  Neither does Black Sabbath or Dungeons & Dragons.  So then what could it have been about the Requiem, the morbid melodies or the evocative Latin text?
     
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    [QUOTE]Mozart doesn't kill.  Neither does Black Sabbath or Dungeons & Dragons.  So then what could it have been about the Requiem, the morbid melodies or the evocative Latin text?
    Posted by gerbs[/QUOTE]

    Music is powerful, just like Monteverdi's use of tritones have been known to summon the devil, The Requiem Mass can stop a person's heart.

    Sababth and Dungeons and Dragons don't kill people, they cause people to commit murder.
     
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