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Old 2006-11-24, 22:01
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Originally Posted by Unanything
One of the great landmarks of this era was the invention of atonality by Arnold Schoenberg. He was the first to go mad and defy melody. Death metal must nod its head to him.

Guess you never heard of Scriabin's music? Of course, he had some help with his insane writing. He had synesthesia, where every sound you hear also triggers the visualization of colors, so each note that he hears makes him see a specific color related to that note. How crazy would it be to compose music that way??
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