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you sound like an ignorant highschooler who appreciates only some stupid rock music and considers yourself smart by posting it in a chess forum. And makes bad jokes...
fianchetto123: Am I right?
...and is a liar.
What a guy, coming on the forum to abuse a kid in 8th grade. Look everybody, look how cool he is.
You have a pretty stretchy definition of abuse...
Speaking as a professional musician,it is my experience that the great unwashed have always had a distorted view concerning classical music in particular and chess in general.Namely that they perceive these two pastimes as primarily intellectual, therefore outside of their comfort zone.I would be the first to suggest that the two subjects inhabit a sense of exclusivity but only because they require engagement and discipline which in comparison to the constant tirade of mind numbing TV et al, is something to rejoice about. Blame for this poor state of affairs must be placed at the doors of our educational establishments and their pathetic misguided PC fueled panic concerning subjects which they consider as elite and somehow only for the few and priveledged.Chess and music are interelated on so many planes, life without them would be pretty morose.
+1, although life without chess I'm sure we could manage...
Bite your tongue!
You can't afford mistakes when you play at a professional level. Not in chess, not in music, because it hurts peoples feelings. As a musician I can feel the stress of professional chess players. But then again, music isn't considered to be a game. You are not facing someone else, you play together or you make the best out of it in group. Instead of fearing an opponent, you have to trust your colleagues.
Next time we play, feel free to make all the mistakes you like! Won't hurt my feelings one bit. I promise!
If you want to go all abstract weird stuff, sure, there may be no boundaries at all (but not everyone would enjoy listening I think ;)
In most cases only because they don't understand it.
Funny how in art being "abstract" is ok, even encouraged. But abstract music- totally unnacceptable!
Abstract stopped being acceptable in art in 1992. When judges awarded $10,000 prize to painting by a 4 yo girl.
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