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13 May 2007 @ 12:41 pm
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Dumped a bunch of crap into my music library, so updated stats (from my last update in November, which is the last time I added anything significant -- or, actually, anything at all):

Total library: 7774 tracks, 33.1 days, 41.61GB [+458, +1.8 days, +3.37GB]
Classical: 2936 tracks, 11.5 days, 21.26GB [+406, +1.6 days, +3.10GB]

I now have 112 [+16] different composers in my collection.

Composers over three hours by total listening time:

1. Beethoven 19.7 hours [+1.3, previously #1]
2. Mozart 18.7 hours [+1.9, #3]
3. Wagner 18.1 hours [+0.0, #2] (finally dropping to third)
4. Bach 15.6 hours [+1.6, #4]
5. Haydn 13.8 hours [+1.9, #5]
6. Tchaikovsky 10.5 hours [+0.7, #6]
7. Brahms 9.8 hours [+1.4, #7]
8. Mahler 8.1 hours [+0.0, #8]
9. Liszt 7.9 hours [+0.2, #9]
10. Schubert 7.5 hours [+0.0, #10]
11. Saint-Saens 7.0 hours [+3.2, #14] (big jump for Camille)
12. Widor 6.1 hours [+6.0 hours, NR] (huge jump for Charles-Marie, thanks to my recent organ kick)
13. Shostakovich 5.3 hours [+0.0, #11]
14. Mendelssohn 4.7 hours [+1.0, #16]
15. Handel 4.6 hours [+0.0, #12]
15. Nielsen 4.6 hours [+0.0, #12]
17. Berlioz 4.3 hours [+1.5, NR]
18. Bruchner 3.9 hours [+3.9, NR]
19. Rachmaninoff 3.8 hours [+0.0, #14]
20. Elgar 3.6 hours [+0.0, #17]
20. Satie 3.6 hours [+3.6, NR]
20. Vaughan Williams 3.6 hours [+1.2, NR]
23. Dvorak 3.5 hours [+0.0, #18]
23. Sibelius 3.5 hours [+1.0, NR]
25. Chopin 3.4 hours [+0.0, #19]
25. Schumann 3.4 hours [+0.3, #22]
27. Prokofiev 3.3 hours [+0.0, #20]
27. R. Strauss 3.3 hours [+0.0, #20]
 
 
In the mood: busy
Now playing: Tomoyasu Hotei - Battle Without Honor Or Humanity #2