Sunday, May 22, 2005

Good Doggie Revisited

Dang! This whole dogs and classical music thing is getting way too complex..

"I found out that dogs in general do not seem to have a particular preference for classical or pop music,' he says, 'but rather that they seem to react well to anything that transmits a sense of joy and well-being. So I mix my choreography between classical and modern pieces. In the field of classical music, I have found out that the music needs to have a pronounced sense of rhythm and that it needs to flow well. This is why composers like Bach, Vivaldi, Pachelbel or Mozart, are very suitable. Also, dogs do not like most contemporary classical pieces, because they do not react well to atonality.'"

Read the rest of it here. Dogs and choreopgraphy. :-)

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