Don Smith don_smith at
Fri Jun 14 06:51:45 PDT 2002

Archaic wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 14, 2002 at 03:07:07AM +0200, Robert Ian Smit wrote:
> > BTW my shortlist of favourite composers would be: Mozart, Beethoven
> > Bach. I just hope I will never be sent to a deserted island and
> > generously been allowed to take three corpora of music with me. I'd
> > hate to leave behind Monteverdi, Schubert, Mahler, Shostakovich etc.
> > etc.
> Franz Schubert is in my top 3. Perhaps Bartok (sp?). Third spot is
> tough.. I really like Tchaikovsky and Mozart and Brahms.
> >
> > I think I have been blasphemous enough in this thread so far. I just
> > want to add to the above list one of my current day favourites.
> > Elton John. I saw him in concert tuesday evening. Although I hate
> > the song now, Nikita was the first song I really loved and I have
> > been a fan since then. I used to be a little bit ashamed of that.
> > But when you get older, you don't care about being cool, eh? I would
> > certainly cheat and also take EJs music to the island.
> I must also admit to being a closet Elton Fan. Rod Stewart, as well.
> Most people who know me would be shocked because I really like Metallica
> as well. Oh well,  I like most music.
> You like jazz or blues? Ever hear any John Lee Hooker?

Debussy, Tchiakovsky, Santana, The Beatles, Herbie Hancock, Verdi, Bela
Fleck, Bob Marley, Purcell, Mussorgsky, Copeland, Stravinsky, Glenn
Miller, Bob Dylan, John Coltrane, Holst, et al.

Please don't make me choose!

People who are into computers are generally into music as well.

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