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YONG



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LocoDelAssembly wrote:
Hello again Smile
Secret Garden - Serenade to Spring
Relaxing & ethereal. Love it very much! Razz

Hotcha - 時光之光

Wink
Post 28 Dec 2009, 06:28
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YONG



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Here you have another beautiful song:

葉文輝 - 沒有童話

Razz
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I think, I'd prefer Hotcha's carnival-style song. Wink This dance music piece makes me sway, very pleasant. Smile
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Post 28 Dec 2009, 13:22
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MHajduk wrote:
Another beautiful music piece by Polish composer Stanisław Moniuszko, its main melody is based on a Polish dance Polonaise ):And quite well known Polonaise from the movie "Pan Tadeusz"Movie was based on the poem under the same title by Adam Mickiewicz, describing life in the eastern parts of Poland during the Napoleonic Wars (the story takes place in 1811 and 1812). Smile

Both recommendations are very nice MHajduk, i love this Polonez tune.


LocoDelAssembly wrote:
Hello again Smile
Secret Garden - Serenade to Spring
It's a wonderful tune LocoDelAssembly.


Mysteria - Lover's Embrance - CD Tempting the Muse (2006)
Amethystium - Fable - CD Emblem (Selected Pieces) (2006)
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MHajduk wrote:
Two examples of good dance music:
Yeah, very cool dance music! Razz

Picnic wrote:
Mysteria - Lover's Embrance - CD Tempting the Muse (2006)
Hehe, this piece is kind of "sexy" to me! Wink


Here you have some energetic music to power up:

Ek Din Teri Rahon Mein

Image
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Picnic wrote:
Amethystium - Fable - CD Emblem (Selected Pieces) (2006)
I like this one, it's so "pure" and "unearthly" music! Smile Resembles some tracks from the Sarah Brightman albums. I can even compare it in style with some songs by "The Corrs". Wink
YONG wrote:
Here you have some energetic music to power up:

Ek Din Teri Rahon Mein
Yeah, very good recommendation in Latino-like style (with one exception: language of the song Wink ). Smile


Two well known songs by "The Corrs"
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MHajduk wrote:
The Corrs - Give Me a Reason
This is a nice evening song to me. But what I like most is the MV - it's really sexy! Wink
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Greetings,
Happy new year.

I'd like to present 2 new age music artists, both interesting cases imho, with long discography.

Australian born new age composer and producer Mars Lasar, & Russian composer arranger and musician Alexander V. Mogilco.

Nocturnal Diaries is a collection of music that depicts a world of harmonic magic and mystery.
Sapphire Dream is a very relaxing and serene cd-beautiful piano music, my favourite lullaby album.
Chakres-II is a new age, ethnic, meditative album with compositions i like much, songs like Rade Sham.

Mars Lasar - Nocturnal Diaries (2007)
Mars Lasar - Sapphire Dreams: A Romantic Interlude (1998)
Alexander V.Mogilco - Chakres-II Cundalini energy (All his work free to download in mp3 format.)

There is a superb mix (a big single mp3 file) of Alexander V.Mogilco greatest new age hits free available here (Volume 048)

Enjoy your listening.
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This is my first post in 2010. Happy New Year to all! Razz

I prefer moody and sentimental songs. Here you have an example of what I like:

Mars Lasar - Rapture

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YONG



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For those who are fighting the freezing temperatures and need to finish hundreds of projects:

Chrono Trigger

Prasanna Parvathi

Image
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LocoDelAssembly
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Mars Lasar - Rapture

Very good this one!

Happy new year you too Wink
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Happy New Year, dear comrades! Wink

Picnic & YONG
Marc Lassar's compositions are really amazing Image, but this kind of music is a bit too "cold" to me. Wink Sounds like a musical diary of the anonymous inhabitant of some polar station in Spitsbergen or Antarctica. Razz

Personally, I prefer more dynamic and heartwarming tracks. Especially now, when I have only 14°C in my room (on the floor level). Wink
YONG wrote:
Prasanna Parvathi
Interesting tune - I can compare it to some folk songs from the highlands somewhere in Europe or even to American country music. Wink


If we are talking about "warming" features of songs, I can recommend some examples of my favorites:Razz


And now something for those, who like sentimental and soft music tunes:Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
And now something for those, who like sentimental and soft music tunes:Wink
Very nice, but I prefer this one:

Tina Karol - Nochenka (Warning: The content is really really HOT!)

Wink
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Two more:

Mat Zo - First Glance (Most of the scenes in the first half of the MV are in HK! Wink )

The Budos Band - Origin of Man

Razz
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YONG wrote:
Very nice, but I prefer this one:

Tina Karol - Nochenka (Warning: The content is really really HOT!)

Wink
... and this is the best evidence that telepathic communication is a fact! Wink

Hehe, I know this song very good, but I wasn't brave enough to post this link here. Razz
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MHajduk wrote:
YONG wrote:
Very nice, but I prefer this one:

Tina Karol - Nochenka (Warning: The content is really really HOT!)

Wink
... and this is the best evidence that telepathic communication is a fact! Wink
Telepathic communication ... probably. But I guess it's mainly about men's basic desires! Hehe ...

Wink
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YONG wrote:
Mat Zo - First Glance (Most of the scenes in the first half of the MV are in HK! Wink )
Energetic trance music but what I like most in this MV is a visual layer, of course! Thank you. Smile Intriguingly dark, "dense" and "bitter" tune. I like its slightly somnambulistic climate. Wink Most often, such songs are played when the dancing party has come to an end. Razz
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I guess that YONG may like this Polish reggae-style evergreen, mainly because of these two verses of its chorus (I mean here the new, more comfortable place of living):
Mr Zoob wrote:
Mój jest ten kawałek podłogi
Nie mówcie mi więc co mam robić


Translation:

This piece of the floor is mine
So, don't tell me what should I do
Wink
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YONG wrote:
Two more:

Mat Zo - First Glance (Most of the scenes in the first half of the MV are in HK! Wink )

Nice tune, i've got some good Mat Zo trance mixes from various compilations.

Following a smooth melodic vocal trance song found in Nightmusic Vol.2
The Thrillseekers Feat. Aruna - Waiting Here For You (Original Night Music Edit)
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