- or maybe even European classical music (that's what the page is called on wikipedia), as we also have Tao-classical music. I created the page under this name, because I thought it would be easier to find than "European classical music". --Jörg 14:57, 2 March 2006 (UTC)
- I'm glad that there is so much here. Music is a huge part of the drama.
I feel this should be renamed "classical music," or at least have a page separate and not a redirect. Especially since now we know that by the 23rd century rock music is considered "classical music." --Noah Tall (talk) 00:02, July 24, 2016 (UTC)
Addenda: Harry Kim playing clarinet Edit
I am not familiar with working on Memory Alpha articles, but I can provide you with missing information:
- In "Parturition" Harry Kim is practicing Mozart's Clarinet Concerto and we hear to short pieces of the soloist's part. - In "Tuvix" Harry plays the clarinet part (the beginning) of the first movement from the Clarinet Quintet b-minor, op. 115, by composer Johannes Brahms.
Maybe someone wants to add these details to the articles...
Sorry, listed the false piece: It's from Brahms, Sonata for clarinet and piano E-flat Major op. 120 No. 2...
- Thanks! I have created the two articles. Would you happen to know what the second piece of music Harry Kim plays for Tom Paris in "Parturition" is? It's the piece heard towards the end of the scene in Kim's quarters. Paris requests something pessimistic and Harry plays something cheerful instead. --Jörg (talk) 12:56, July 6, 2014 (UTC)