Well, he actually has a lot more instrumental albums than choral ones, and his interests in terms of music are quite different from mine (he likes opera which sounds like noise to me ). His collection includes mostly piano, violin, strings, wind and symphony pieces along with a few CDs in other categories. But yes, it is always a pleasure listening to classical music with my family – apart from hearing the greatest sounds in human history, over the years I've learned quite a bit about the story behind the pieces, the composers and what life at their times was like.
That's a great idea! I've never thought about that before...Surpinto wrote: ↑<span title="Tue Sep 05, 2017 10:55 am">5 months ago</span>Today, I only order physical CDs so that I can rip them to high quality FLAC files and then gift the CD to somebody else. So even though I will order new release CDs from Libera, the physical copy never stays with me for very long.
Surpinto wrote: ↑<span title="Tue Sep 05, 2017 10:55 am">5 months ago</span>I too occasionally use terminal windows, if only "sudo get Libera" were an actual command although please don't quiz me on anything as my knowledge of Linux is limited, I learn a bit here and there on my own playing around on my setup when I have free time......which isn't often. Computer security is a very cool branch of the computer world and there is a lot in it that combines many different aspects of mathematical cryptography, networking, and, to an extent, human psychology.
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