Western Musical Micro-Bestiary

R. A. Hettinga rah@shipwright.com
Mon, 24 Mar 2003 14:05:03 -0500


At 12:43 PM -0800 on 3/24/03, geege wrote:


> which is not to say beethoven had no baroque compositions or compositions
> with barroque influence - in other words, the intersect between beethoven
> and baroque is not the null set.

Well, sure.  This isn't someone's logic homework, it's music. 

:-). 

(anti-proto-consistency/completeness-nit: Yes, some music can be considered a kind of logic problem. YMMV)

Heck, Chopin wrote fugue, but in no way can be considered a baroque composer... 

Cheers,
RAH
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