How can I get into classical music? I'm a complete pleb about it and want to take some first steps. Give me some advice, /mu/.
I see most people recommend Gustav Holst - The Planets.
More specifically the performance by Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan (on Spotify if you have it)
then maybe the more well known composers - Bach, Mozart, Beethoven. Just find the style you enjoy then visit /classical/ whenever it's up. (they know far more than me)
One of the only half decent generals still going on this board. Also there are a few good lists on Rate your Music for classical, especially getting into it.
Hope this helped.
I would not recommend looking for particular RECORDED music. Find your local philharmony and go there for some event. Classical music is much, much better live, in fact I cannot listen to recorded performances.
Listen to youtube videos, live or recordings
Read about composers on wikipedia
Lurk /classical/ threads, or hell even start /classical/ threads if none are up
>Slightly more effort
Get some books on classical music, read them. Read biographies of famous composers, or composers you're interested in
>Go to performances in your area. Look out for posters, find local symphonies and string quartets, follow them on facebook to stay in the loop about performances
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