Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
Bach came to mind -- the palindromes, so to speak ... Timeless music would help in killing time.
Thomas Tallis would be another choice.
I'm not very schooled in classical music, but I agree about the "timeless" quality that you speak of.
What is it, I wonder. The reason I picked Tchaikovsky is because for the last 10-15 years I've had
this theoretical question about 8 yrs in space and other songs come and go on my list but Tchai-man
has always been there. What makes Bach or Dvorak or Tchaikovsky timeless? I've always been
interested in that.