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Does anyone play two or more works at the same time? Sometimes I'll do it with pieces I've heard a dozen or so times to add some variation. Right now I'm listening to
>Brian Ferneyhough 2nd string quartet - arditti
>anco - Loch Raven
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>>79438727
This seems an unnecessarily pretentious way to ruin multiple works for yourself. If you're looking for variation, why not just listen to something different or new, and come back to the stale stuff later?
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why not
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Because you're overfamiliarizing yourself with two different works while simultaniously going against the carefully constructed structure of both by merging them with eachother? Am I just not intelligent enough to comprehend two songs at once?




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