Just curious---do you like to listen to music when looking at photographs? Does certain kinds of music lend itself better to different kinds of photography? Landscapes, still life, abstracts?
Listening to music while in the darkroom has long been favorite activity, but I find I prefer a much different kind of music when looking at prints. I cannot remember ever hearing music being played a exhibitions I've seen so I'm wondering if the general concensus finds it annoying or do others enjoy it as well?
FWIW I got this recording of Roy Allen Jr. who plays with the Dallas Wind Symphony, of W. Ferling's 48 Etudes for Oboe or Saxophone and I'll tell you, flipping through a stack of urban landscapes late at night while this is playing on the CD is quite a pleasure(stress reducer? I don't know how to describe it!) I also like Jay C. Easton's CD "So Low" for looking at abstracts(I'm a sax addict!)
What kind of music do you listen to when looking at photos?