I've never really listened to classical music, though I didn't dislike it either.
After reading a little note in the local newspaper yesterday, I headed off to this small 'baroque concert', where a violin, cello, clavecimbel and a singer (mezzo-soprano) played a few baroque pieces.
How pleasantly surprised I was! So today I've been busy creating a few lines of classical music myself. It is very short, but I'm planning on continuing.
Problem is however that I ran out of ideas. I've already got a few more lines, which are in minor and are way less happy/stable/don't-know-the-right-word.
However, first I'd like to 'continue' with what I've already got here.
The problem is however that my lack of classical 'knowledge' or experience makes that I've got no idea on how to continue. I am specifically not asking for your ideas on a continuation, but maybe you all can help me with something else. If you listen to the lines i made so far, maybe you can tell me what kind of music I should listen to, in order to get some more experience/inspiration.
So for example, if you think it sounds beethovenish (yes, I understand the my few lines are not even worth being mentioned in the same sentence as him, but you get the idea), then please tell me so I can listen to beethoven, or something like that.
You can find the file here: http://www.box.net/shared/lfzlun69dh