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Music in the 41st Century

PostPosted: Sun Jan 15, 2012 2:00 pm
by Herr_Virga
Hello All,

I was thinking about what type of music would be played both by the nobility and the higher class citizens in the 41st century. Of course the chapels have the solemn organ music, where I figured barogue music might work for the merchant families.
Also I was trying to imagine the equivalent of a nightclub in a Hyve city as compared to anywhere else, if such a thing would exist to begin with, or that it would be mostly the idea of a Medieval Inn with fiddle or lire music. In the case of the afore mentioned nightclub; What would a place like that be like, look like and specifically sound like?

Do you guys have an idea or are their WH40K sources that have information on this?

Herr_Virga

Re: Music in the 41st Century

PostPosted: Sun Jan 15, 2012 4:28 pm
by ruffian4
Hmmm, not sure tbh.

The nearest I have come to this subject, was with some of the background story I did for a necromunda type campaign.

The one and only hive city on-planet had been sabotaged and was gradually collapsing.
As the surviving population evacuated in streams across a barren plain, from the spires of the hive, were broadcast triumphal trumpet solo's.

Other than that, I think brutal techno with sampled comissar orders.