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Rihanna does not exist for you in that moment, and neither does Coldplay.
Instead, the music that is following the rhythm of your seemingly ideal night is Franz Liszt's "Liberestraum" or "Love Dream." What does Miley Cyrus have to say about our love lives that Holst cannot?
Even Coldplay, with their cartoonish riffs, can comfort us — but pop music can't speak to the ambiguities of our emotions the way that classical music can.
Imagine this: you're on a dinner date, and throughout dinner, the person with whom you are on a date is complimenting you, asking you questions about your career, your background, your feelings regarding post-impressionist art — and seems genuinely interested in all you have to say as you both slowly take your time eating the asparagus.
Of the music lovers who voted in favor of gigging, the majority (29%) said that a rock concert would be just the ticket.
Additionally, 67% of American singles said it’s a prerequisite for a partner to be interested in music, with just over half stressing the importance of sharing a similar taste and one in three participants even suggested they’d be put off someone if their tastes weren’t in tune!
When it comes to genres, rock and roll hit the highest note with 26% of those surveyed saying it’s their go-to sound.
Often when I'm on a bad date — the type of encounter where the man I am sitting across from has no visible interests in the world or in me — I think of Siegfried's Funeral March by Richard Wagner.
The intense opening; the strings pulling the life away from the gleaming stars, forcing the listener to be captivated with the idea of gloom.