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#1179443 - 04/13/09 06:35 AM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: babama]  
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Originally Posted by babama
Great taste Key Notes, it just so happens to be the Good, the Bad & the Ugly is my favorite movie of all time. smile
Also loved the music from Last of the Mohicans.

Here's a great ambient track from two of my favorite artists in electronic music:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyTvSoC5YfU&fmt=18


I love Steve Roach and Richard Bone

Especially Richard Bone's Vesperia, but I can't find a you-tube of it so here's one much in line with the above:



you can listen to samples of Vesperia (part 2 is my personal favorite movement) at Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/Vesperia-Vespers-Congregational-Holliston-Massachusetts/dp/B000F6YXES

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#1179746 - 04/13/09 05:12 PM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: kennychaffin]  
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Religious or not is "How Beautiful" one of the most beautiful songs you've ever heard?

How beautiful is it? Judge for yourself. Here it is (with some great piano acccompaniment) sung by the composer, Twilla Paris:



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#1180130 - 04/14/09 09:31 AM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: kennychaffin]  
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Originally Posted by kennychaffin

I love Steve Roach and Richard Bone

Especially Richard Bone's Vesperia,


Man I love this thread. heart I'm listening to "Vesperia" right now on Rhapsody, and it is just sublime. Reminds me a lot of James Asher's "The Great Wheel." Thanks for introducing me to him!


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#1180153 - 04/14/09 10:11 AM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: Monica K.]  
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Originally Posted by Monica K.
Originally Posted by kennychaffin

I love Steve Roach and Richard Bone

Especially Richard Bone's Vesperia,


Man I love this thread. heart I'm listening to "Vesperia" right now on Rhapsody, and it is just sublime. Reminds me a lot of James Asher's "The Great Wheel." Thanks for introducing me to him!


You're more than welcome, Monica!

Enjoy!


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#1180587 - 04/14/09 11:38 PM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: Monica K.]  
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Originally Posted by Monica K.
Originally Posted by noxiousdog
If someone can post Nightwish, I can post Within Temptation.

Their Black Symphony DVD is one of the finest musical performances I have ever witnessed, live or recorded. It is symphonic metal like Nightwish, but they did a live concert backed by an orchestra.

Hand of Sorrow

In 15 years of knowing my wife, she has exactly once asked for a copy of my music. It was Black Symphony.


I just have to say that, thanks to this forum, both I and my daughter have become huge fans of progressive metal music. crazy Within Temptation is probably my favorite group in this genre, but Nightwish is right up there, along with Epica and some Lacuna Coil. I just love Nightwish's cover of "Walking in the Air":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaWPduHl_j8&feature=related

The cool thing is that I was wasting time the other day and looking at all these groups' websites, and I discovered that Nightwish is playing in Louisville, of all places, in just a couple of weeks!!! I promptly ordered two tickets. (When hubby heard that it was being held at a smallish nightclub, general admission, NO seats available, which thus meant standing the whole time in a crowd of screaming progressive metal fans, he oddly decided to stay home with the 9 year old. Sheesh.)



That is soooo cool Monika. Enjoy and please let us know how it goes.

Perhaps you can sneak in a couple of folding lawn chairs, complete with drink holders of course, and you guys are all set. wink


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#1180592 - 04/14/09 11:43 PM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: Key Notes]  
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JF, Interesting version of Moonlight Serenade, I enjoyed it. smile


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#1180624 - 04/15/09 01:17 AM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: Key Notes]  
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1weekPlayer,

Thanks for sharing some of your favorites. I've never seen Mario Frangoulis's rendition of Hijo de La Luna before, very nice. And I've seen Arthur Hanlon's video before and while I didn't care for the visuals, I did absolutely loved his piano performance of the piece.

And although I'm not too fond of the lyrics of Cruz de navajas, I did enjoyed both the smooth singing voice and rhythms of that song and Me Cuesta tanto olvidarte quite a lot.

Thanks again for sharing. Below is one of my favorite singer, Nana Mouskouri, singing Aranjuez mon amour by Joaquin Rodrigo, which of course has also been sung many times in Spanish.



Lyrics in French:

Mon amour, sur l'eau des fontaines, mon amour
Ou le vent les amènent, mon amour
Le soir tombé, qu'on voit flotté
Des pétales de roses

Mon amour et des murs se gercent mon amour
Au soleil au vent à l'averse et aux années qui vont passant
Depuis le matin de mai qu'ils sont venus
Et quand chantant, soudain ils ont écrit sur les murs du bout de leur fusil
De bien étranges choses

Mon amour, le rosier suit les traces, mon amour
Sur le mur et enlace, mon amour
Leurs noms gravés et chaque été
D'un beau rouge sont les roses

Mon amour, sèche les fontaines, mon amour
Au soleil au vent de la plaine et aux années qui vont passant
Depuis le matin de mai qu'il sont venus
La fleur au cœur, les pieds nus, le pas lent
Et les yeux éclairés d'un étrange sourire

Et sur ce mur lorsque le soir descend
On croirait voir des taches de sang
Ce ne sont que des roses !
Aranjuez, mon amour


And in English:

My love, water fountains, my love
Or bring the wind, my love
The evening fell, we see float
Rose petals

My love and my walls chaps my love
Sun, wind and rain in the years that are passing
Since the morning of May they came
When singing, they suddenly wrote on the walls of the end of their rifle
Of strange things

My love, the rose following the footsteps, my love
On the wall and enlace, my love
Their names were engraved, and each
A beautiful red roses

My love, the fountains dry, my love
Sun, wind of the plain and the years that are passing
Since the morning of May he came
The flower in the heart, bare feet, the slow pace
And eyes lit by a strange smile

And on the wall when the night falls
You would think seeing blood stains
These are just roses!
Aranjuez, my love


And another one of my favorite guitarist, Paco de Lucía, performing Concierto De Aranjuez.



Enjoy,

Key Notes smile


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#1181141 - 04/15/09 07:14 PM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: Key Notes]  
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Ejay - thanks for the music. I knew who Rick Thum was because I subscribe to Dulcimer News, but I had never heard him. But that's my kind of music. A friend of mine built a dulcimer for me that he strung with harpsichord wire. I haven't played it in ages because I just don't have time for piano and that, too, but people love it when I do. Thanks again -

And here's my contribution - Black and White Rag, but certainly not as I played it in the ABF recital!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kChCgqlXlyU&feature=related

and these are the same folks, but a less rowdy tune. The trip here is GI Jive - the dancers:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OrRkWWtJ0M&feature=related


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#1181146 - 04/15/09 07:33 PM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: jotur]  
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I'm afraid my dulcimer is taking a back seat right now too..literally.. its behind the sofa, so my bairn can't reach it, and it is too noisy to play when she naps. I also don't have the time to tune it right now, its a 16/15 handmade for me by Tim Manning of Music Magic.

One day when my kids get older I will go on a tour of dulcimer festivals to meet and learn from the many talented players across the globe :), perhaps by then, my piano playing will be good enough to play jigs and reels too!!


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#1181151 - 04/15/09 07:35 PM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: Ejay]  
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Originally Posted by Ejay
One day when my kids get older I will go on a tour of dulcimer festivals to meet and learn from the many talented players across the globe


All the ads in Dulcimer News make my tongue hang out laugh

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#1181215 - 04/15/09 10:30 PM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: noxiousdog]  
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Originally Posted by noxiousdog
If someone can post Nightwish, I can post Within Temptation.

Their Black Symphony DVD is one of the finest musical performances I have ever witnessed, live or recorded. It is symphonic metal like Nightwish, but they did a live concert backed by an orchestra.

Hand of Sorrow

In 15 years of knowing my wife, she has exactly once asked for a copy of my music. It was Black Symphony.


This is new to me. I like it a great deal. It is soemwhat reminiscent of classic Fleetwood Mac. Thanks!


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Originally Posted by jotur
Ejay - thanks for the music. I knew who Rick Thum was because I subscribe to Dulcimer News, but I had never heard him. But that's my kind of music. A friend of mine built a dulcimer for me that he strung with harpsichord wire. I haven't played it in ages because I just don't have time for piano and that, too, but people love it when I do. Thanks again -

And here's my contribution - Black and White Rag, but certainly not as I played it in the ABF recital!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kChCgqlXlyU&feature=related

and these are the same folks, but a less rowdy tune. The trip here is GI Jive - the dancers:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OrRkWWtJ0M&feature=related


Cathy


Nice. It's like Asleep at the Wheel light. laugh I love Asleep at the Wheel. They perform here about once a year, and it is always a delight.


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Originally Posted by TX-Dennis
Nice. It's like Asleep at the Wheel light. laugh I love Asleep at the Wheel. They perform here about once a year, and it is always a delight.


I like Asleep at the Wheel, too. I have a honky tonk piano video from Home Spun Tapes done by Tim Alexander, who played piano with them on a couple of their albums.

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#1182429 - 04/17/09 04:28 PM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: kennychaffin]  
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Originally Posted by kennychaffin
Originally Posted by babama
Great taste Key Notes, it just so happens to be the Good, the Bad & the Ugly is my favorite movie of all time. smile
Also loved the music from Last of the Mohicans.

Here's a great ambient track from two of my favorite artists in electronic music:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyTvSoC5YfU&fmt=18


I love Steve Roach and Richard Bone

Especially Richard Bone's Vesperia, but I can't find a you-tube of it so here's one much in line with the above:



you can listen to samples of Vesperia (part 2 is my personal favorite movement) at Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/Vesperia-Vespers-Congregational-Holliston-Massachusetts/dp/B000F6YXES


Very nice. If you like this kind of music you should definately check out the classic 'Michael Stearns - Planetary Unfolding' if you can find it.
It's without a doubt my all time favorite electronic album (even though Steve Roach is my favorite artist).

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Originally Posted by babama
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Very nice. If you like this kind of music you should definately check out the classic 'Michael Stearns - Planetary Unfolding' if you can find it.
It's without a doubt my all time favorite electronic album (even though Steve Roach is my favorite artist).


Hmmmm, you must mean this ($70-100) cd smile :

http://www.amazon.com/Planetary-Unf...-Unfolding-Michael-Stearns/dp/B00000E89C



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#1182442 - 04/17/09 04:43 PM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: kennychaffin]  
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yes,

http://www.groove.nl/cd/2/20648.html
nice shop for electronic music, they have it in stock apparently

but believe me, even the price you mentioned will be worth it once you're listening to it through headphones with eyes closed for the first time smile

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Originally Posted by babama
yes,

http://www.groove.nl/cd/2/20648.html
nice shop for electronic music, they have it in stock apparently

but believe me, even the price you mentioned will be worth it once you're listening to it through headphones with eyes closed for the first time smile


I think the title of the second track is worth the price of admission:

2) Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore!

grin


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Originally Posted by John Frank
Religious or not is "How Beautiful" one of the most beautiful songs you've ever heard?

How beautiful is it? Judge for yourself. Here it is (with some great piano acccompaniment) sung by the composer, Twilla Paris:



Regards, JF


An absolutely gorgeous piece of music JF, and an excellent video to accompany it. Thanks for bringing this beautiful work to our attention!

PS


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Thanks everyone for sharing some of the most unique, interesting and beautiful music. It's always so nice to be able to discover the new while enjoying the old. smile

Babama,

How can we go wrong with John Denver and one of my most respected and revered idol of the sea and his crew. I admired Jack Cousteau and his organizations so much so that I even made and illustration project out of them for a class project way back when I was still in school. While I love my work and current career, it has always been and will continued to be my dream job to be able to dive and work along sides these people on such fabulously interesting projects.

Jotur,

What a fantastic sounding band the Swing Commanders are, and I definitley love the dance performance of GI Jive. I've only had a couple of Jive and Lindy Hop lessons in the past but wow, it was so much fun and certainly required a lot of cardiovascular staminas. Comparatively similar to perhaps high-impact step aroebics exercises, except with a lot more interesting dance step patterns.

Thanks again everyone for sharing.

Best regards,

Key Notes smile


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#1185971 - 04/23/09 03:34 PM Re: Slightly OT: A few of our favorite pieces [Re: kennychaffin]  
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Originally Posted by kennychaffin
Originally Posted by babama
yes,

http://www.groove.nl/cd/2/20648.html
nice shop for electronic music, they have it in stock apparently

but believe me, even the price you mentioned will be worth it once you're listening to it through headphones with eyes closed for the first time smile


I think the title of the second track is worth the price of admission:

2) Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore!

grin


smile if you already like ambient, steve roach etc. I'm positive that listening to this album for the first few times, preferably in bed, eyes closed, with headphones, could be the musical experience of a lifetime... even classical music can't compete with this in certain ways
I wish I could erase my memory and discover it again, it's that great... not that I still can't enjoy it very much

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Thanks babama, I think you are right. Excellent work.


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Just thought I'd share this particularly gorgeous piece from Vangelis that was excluded from his famous Blade Runner score.
It definately shows how much a warm instrument the synthesizer can be.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoYoatCg5ds&fmt=18

Enjoy!

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Here's one of the very best singers ever with a beautiful, but sad, Italian love song with photo clips from the great classic film "Casablanca" (zeroing in on Ingrid, with the gorgeous eyes you could drown in ...):

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Hi babama,

Very nice sound track and accompanying visuals. Two of my favorites, Harrison Ford and the movie Blade Runner. I didn't know that this piece was excluded. Thanks for sharing.

If I remembered correctly, you also enjoyed some Western theme songs, so here's one more for you, "Apache".



And a nice and cute keyboard version as well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jsHVRX4LgE&feature=related

Enjoy,

Key Notes smile


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Originally Posted by John Frank
Here's one of the very best singers ever with a beautiful, but sad, Italian love song with photo clips from the great classic film "Casablanca" (zeroing in on Ingrid, with the gorgeous eyes you could drown in ...):

]

Regards, JF


Thanks JF. smile I see what you mean... wink I can definitely drown in Vic Damone's voice as well. blush

And here's another classic one for you. Enjoy!



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