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YONG



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Post 12 Nov 2009, 14:21
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MHajduk



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It was a wonderful music story, YONG. Very Happy I especially liked songs listed below: But the last one is simply unbeatable. Not only because of the heavenly performance, melody clear like crystal but also because of perfect and magic video. Very Happy

All these sounds are like burning arrows piercing through the listener's soul. Wink
Post 13 Nov 2009, 11:50
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Listen to this sentimental and heart-catching melody from the Turkmenistan:Very Happy
Post 13 Nov 2009, 12:27
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Two beautiful songs with a special dedication to those forumers who want to live forever Wink :Image
Post 16 Nov 2009, 10:11
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Alphaville - Forever young
This is a classic! Razz
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This song cheers me up! Smile Joey Yung is a very talented singer; her voice sounds clear and is pleasantly sweet. Wink


Here you have two songs with the same title, sung in two different but yet related Turkic languages. I tried to translate their titles as I can and I'm almost sure that "Baxtliman" = "Bagtly men" = "I'm happy" (or something very close to this meaning Wink).

OK, I think that these music pieces are worth to listen to and you may like them Wink :Enjoy! Very Happy
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
* Shahzoda - Baxtliman
* Wepa Yoldaşow - Bagtly men
Both songs are beautiful. Razz


Here in HK, the temperature is dropping to 10 degrees Celsius, which is quite unusual for November! I guess I also need some energetic songs to power up!

Jay Sean - Down

Wink
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YONG



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Where is the last post by MH? Rolling Eyes Deleted by MH? Rolling Eyes

K.A.S.A. - Wszystko Od Nowa

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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Where is the last post by MH? Rolling Eyes Deleted by MH? Rolling Eyes
Yes, your supposition is correct. I've deleted it.
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YONG



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MHajduk, thank you for your valuable contribution to this thread.

It seems that you're upset but the reason behind your fouled mood is a mystery to me.

I have already tried my best to hide all the bad words for the sake of correspondence. But I think I really have to say this: Deleting your posts, whether partially or entirely, without giving any reason is NOT good manners. I've been irritated by such acts of deletion quite a few times. Please note that my time machine may not work sometimes, especially in cold weather!

Regards
YONG


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Post 19 Nov 2009, 11:30
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Mwahahahaha!! You both had received my mean vibes! mwwwwahahahaha!!
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Post 19 Nov 2009, 13:11
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MHajduk



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Very good beat, nice dance song. What is a most interesting here, I haven't heard it till now! Wink Wink

ass0

Very Happy

P.S. Sorry, but I'll not be able to spend here as much time as I did before. I need some time to rest and manage my private affairs. Smile
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check this one
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFPFk-FCrz4
idk what song it is, but very nice to hear and the fractal animation is just tooo cool.
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sleepsleep wrote:
check this one
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFPFk-FCrz4
idk what song it is, but very nice to hear and the fractal animation is just tooo cool.
Yes, sleepsleep, this is a beautiful join of the music and computer graphics. Very Happy


Hundreds years before the computer era people can create fractal-like patterns on the paper or fabric which were unique monotypes. This technique is called in Europe and western countries art of (paper) marbling, on the East (in Turkey) it was named "ebru":Some quotation from YouTube:
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The word marbling is in Turkish EBRU (cloud, cloudy) or abru (Water face) (En Français. It is derived from the word ebre which belongs to one of the older Central Asian languages and it means the "moiré, veined fabric, paper etc..." used for covering some manuscripts and other holy books. Its origin might ultimately hark back to China, where a document from the T'ang dynasty (618-907) mentions a process of coloring paper on water with five hues. Through the Silk Road this art came first to Iran and picked up the name Ebru. Subsequently this art moved towards Anatolia. Specimens of marbled paper in the Turkish museum and private collections date back as far as the 15th century but unfortunately there is no evidence to show at what date the art of marbling paper first appeared in Anatolia. Around the end of 16th century tradesmen, diplomats and travelers coming to Anatolia brought this art to Europe and after the 1550s, booklovers in Europe prized Ebru which came to be known as "Turkish Paper Turkish marbled paper making". After then it was broadly used in Italy, Germany, France and England.
And an example of the marbled paper from a French book bound around 1735:

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The art of marbling "Ebru"

very pretty!!!.
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A song taken from the 1972 Neil Young album 'Harvest'.

Neil Young - Heart of Gold (1972)
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Picnic wrote:
A song taken from the 1972 Neil Young album 'Harvest'.

Neil Young - Heart of Gold (1972)
Moody blues from the hippie era - almost obvious association leads me to the Scott McKenzie's immortal ballad "San Francisco" (this song is one of the most beautiful I've ever heard in my life; improbably romantic mood). Very Happy

Here you have something from my area of interest. Wink These songs are also heart moving and lyric:Very Happy
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YONG



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Picnic wrote:
A song taken from the 1972 Neil Young album 'Harvest'.

Neil Young - Heart of Gold (1972)
This is a classic, live performance! Razz


Here you have something energetic to fight the cold weather:

郭富城 鄭伊健 - 風雲義

Wink
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