I was in the (second-hand) record store and looked through the Classical section.
Most CD's are $1 there. Was about to get The Complete Beethoven Symphonies for $3. There was three of them.
But then I remembered YouTube and lost my arousal.
I also remembered that Ethan seems big on Classical. I'm just remembering the chronological resource in his music theory videos...
Can anyone recommend a listening aperçu? Just a broad-stroke overview. A greatest-hits. A Bach-through-Chopin-through-Brahms-through-Gershwin? Not sure if I even got the chronology there correct.
I've just been going along, making music, trying to figure it out when I know that, maybe a million, composers have already been down this path and are - and have been - dying, literally and figuratively, to share their works with me.
I'm just not into Classical but I get the feeling it's maybe because no one FORCED me to listen to it like people have done with, say, Faith No More.
There's just SO MUCH Classical that I'd be remiss to just "dive right in".