A minimalist composition appears boring unfortunately. Often a single chord is repeated for several measures, perhaps minutes. Who wants to listen to the same thing over and over again? I mean that the change occurs in harmonic progression as an example of the pattern in which one chord follows another. The main concept behind minimalist composition is the use of a small amount of musical material. Composers take these musical patterns and repeat them over and over and over and over... For that reason, minimalist music is often said to have a trance-like or hypnotic effect.
Like many other kinds of modern music, I find minimalist music difficult to listen to. This is because minimalism is not based on inidividual notes but rather on musical patterns. For example, classical composers like Beethoven used notes to create a melody, whereas minimalist composers like Philip Glass use patterns of notes to create a mood. Therefore, minimalist pieces may sound like a broken record, with no change really happening. The key is to listen for the overall effect, not the actual notes.
If you want to listen to music for dancing, you can easily listen to minimalist music. When you listen to it, you really have fun but you do not want to listen to it 2 days later. Because it feels like boring. You cannot have same feeling like classical music such as Vivaldi and Four Seasons.