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I was hoping somebody could give me some really good "mood" music. I`m thinking along the lines of Beethoven`s Moonlight Sonata, or Sonata Pathetique, but not anything by Beethoven. The skill level doesn`t matter. Just anything dark and depressing. Thank you! Jennifer
Last edited in 2017-04-29 14:13

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  • Sunny
    Sunny

    how are Beethoven`s Moonlight Sonata, or Sonata Pathetique dark and depressing?? i love those! they aren`t depressing, and sure aren`t dark. they`re beautiful. AND, come to think of it, music never depresses me. sometimes, it`s dark, but never depressing. it`s depressing if i can`t play the song too...but i know that`s not what you mean. here`s a dark song(not depressing though) Bach`s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor. It`s dark, and kinda scary too. hehe, it`s awesome!!! anyways, bye!

    29th April, 2017

  • DanQL
    DanQL

    I like all sorts of music, from dark and depressing to bright and happy. I like music because it expresses emotions which I can identify with- not just as a distraction. Dark music is good because when you are depressed it reassures you that you are not the only person who has ever felt this way. Happy music is good because it uplifts you and makes you feel that there is hope. As humans we are capable of an incredibly wide range of emotions- music is an amazing tool to express this, rather than just as a distraction or a "pick-me-up" . (although it is good for those things )

    29th April, 2017

  • PlayerGT
    PlayerGT

    Why do you want depressing music? In my oppinion music should make you feel happy and alive at all times.

    29th April, 2017

  • Countryman
    Countryman

    Have a listen to Rachmaninoff`s preludes (op23, op32) of course there is also the very famous: C#m Prelude as well, which is very dark, creepy, and powerful. Some Liszt may also be worth looking at, but I prefer Rachmaninoff! Mike

    29th April, 2017

  • Countryman
    Countryman

    Sonata 2! LOL.

    29th April, 2017

  • yiyi
    yiyi

    Why not try Chopin`s Scherzo no. 1? It`s dark and deep in my opinion.

    29th April, 2017

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