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MHajduk



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Loser wrote:
Here is another world-class performance: I Will Survive - Piano & Violin Duet. Enjoy! Wink
Laughing Haha, Loser, I was laughing all the time when I was watching this clip.

Here, in Poland, we have a string quartet named "Grupa MoCarta" which also represents the same kind of humor:
Post 19 Aug 2008, 08:33
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Very funny loser, i enjoy the video and laugh.
MHajduk ..aha aha yo!, hahaha very good, cool dudes.
And in most of the cases those guys, beyond the entertainment part, are often great musicians.


Amethystium is a Norwegian music project formed by composer/producer Oystein Ramfjord aiming to create and explore emotive imaginary worlds in sound. Primarily electronic-based, the compositions traverse a span of moods that includes both light and darkness, bliss and melancholy. They range from the purely relaxing to the subtly intense, creating dreamlike and evocative musical journeys.

Amethystium - Ethereal
Amethistium - Arcus
Amethystium - Ascension
Post 19 Aug 2008, 09:45
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MHajduk wrote:
...I was laughing all the time when I was watching this clip....
Me too, and, watching the pianist's antics with the strings of the piano reminded me of this study using a Motorola DSP.

By contrast, in this composition by Haydn, it is the author, not the performer, who achieves humor, not by physical gyrations, or comical attire, but by the genius of his music,--> in this version by a relatively unknown guitar quartet, which plays well, but forgets to successively depart the stage, as Haydn intended! (i.e. this version isn't particularly humorous!)

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Hehe, it's good to see you guys like the video! Razz
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MHajduk



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thimis

Your description of Amethystium group creations is so good and complete that it's very difficult to add anything. Wink Their music is "transcendental" and "unreal" in my feeling. From the linked above I liked especially "Ascension". Seems that there we can hear characteristic sound of the Indian drums called "tabla" (this deep, "swallowed" sound in the background).

Here you can listen to the interesting performance (this guy proves that music is everywhere; uses everything as a musical instrument):tom tobias

Yes, The Farewell Symphony by Haydn is a good example of specific sense of humor. But this is clear and obvious only if we know the historical context of this symphony creation:
Chris Frigon in his blog wrote:
In the summer of 1772, Haydn and his men, exhausted from their confining labors, looked forward to their early release from duty. But Esterhazy suddenly decided that they should remain two months longer. With ready wit, Haydn hit upon a musical method of voicing a protest, which could not irritate the Prince, and, should it fail of its aim, would at least give them all a hearty laugh.
Indeed, very intelligent, gentle and arduous way to say your boss "Good bye". Wink

Here are examples of the songs from the late 60's which I like very much:And the composition in the similar climate however from the late 80's:
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tom tobias i didn't know about this story.

MHajduk my English vocabulary is limited, would probably need a couple of hours to write down this ethereal description Very Happy
Beautifull tracks, i like all of them especially old classic 'San Francisco', i grew up with this kind of music.

Here's one i like..

Gerry and the Pacemakers - Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying

+ one more..

The Zombies - Time of the season
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@thimis

How could you possibly know all these oldies? I thought you're a teenager! Rolling Eyes

Well, all these oldies remind me of the one and only ... Frank Sinatra.

Frank Sinatra - Fly Me to the Moon Lyrics
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rAsoLm1Ges

AGT Season 3 (PAUL SALOS "Frank Sinatra") 7/1/08
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwIKh-KKH40

Enjoy! Wink
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I know this music well enough Loser, of course i haven't been born yet.
Well, i've been a teenager... Razz


A beautiful old Italian track..

Lucio Battisti - Anna
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thimis wrote:
A beautiful old Italian track ... Lucio Battisti - Anna
His voice was very special. Hehe, I like his haircut! Laughing
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MHajduk



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A few years ago I was a big fan of the Finnish group "The Rasmus". Their "dark" and anxious music very good correspond with my feelings these times. Here are some examples of their songs:
But nowadays I'm under the great influence of Asian music, which I like very much for its extraordinary effects on my subconsciousness and feelings. It works like a magic wipe, which cleans soul from every grief and anger. Most interesting and exciting is that in these compositions I can find virtual and real influences of / connections with music from the other cultures, sometimes distant even several thousands kilometres from Asian countries. Well, music is in my opinion the oldest human language and can confirm that in the old days we all were unity. Smile

For example in this excellent Thai (singer belongs to the Khmer minority, as far as I know) song we can hear melodic themes similar to sentimental Celtic or old-French music but mixed with guitar sound taken "directly" from Andes Wink:On the other hand, modern Tibetan singer Kelsang Metok sings compositions which are very similar (in the character) to music another highlanders - Hutsuls, living in Europe in the Eastern Carpathian Mountains (Polish, Slovak, Ukrainian and Romanian borderlands) Cool . Hence these melodies are very familiar in my feeling. Very Happy These songs I like very much: And for comparison exemplary songs of Ukrainian singer Ruslana with the strong Hutsul influences Smile :
And finally very funny song from the Sichuan province of China Wink :
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not a song, but very funny.

http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/766cd7c154

Laughing
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DJ Mauretto



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Classic '80 black music Dennis Edwards
Wink

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ROFL Laughing

DJMauretto

This song reminds me my (early) school time: Michael Jackson, Wham!, early Madonna, Stevie Wonder etc. etc. Very Happy
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Another great PoP band of '80 Propaganda
Great voice Wink

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Wow! These oldies are just so cool! Here is another one.

Paul Salos - My Way - America's Got Talent 2008 - Semifinals
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lW4P0MQRFs


And now, the end is near;
And so I face the final curtain.
My friends, Ill say it clear,
Ill state my case, of which Im certain.

Ive lived a life thats full.
Ive traveled each and every highway;
And more, much more than this,
I did it my way.

For what is a man, what has he got?
If not himself, then he has naught.
To say the things he truly feels;
And not the words of one who kneels.
The record shows I took the blows -
And did it my way!


Enjoy! Wink
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DJ Mauretto



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Hello,
to all electronic dance music lover , today italian electronic disco SDK Wink

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MHajduk I know Ruslana since the Eurovision song contest she won!

Loser wrote:
thimis wrote:
A beautiful old Italian track ... Lucio Battisti - Anna
His voice was very special. Hehe, I like his haircut!
He's on a pre-Boney M level.. Razz

DJ Mauretto wrote:
Another great PoP band of '80 Propaganda
Great voice Wink
I had almost forgot Propaganda band, thanks DJ for the memories, i have a record somewhere..


Some more old nice tracks..

Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit
Thievery Corporation - Richest man in Babylon
Flash and the pan - Ayla (i couldn't find the original version)
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Here is a very cool performance by a family group.

America's Got Talent 2008 - Semifinals
TAUBL FAMILY - Umbrella
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I32kAxh0ymE

Enjoy! Wink
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Ulrich Schnauss (born 1977) is an electronic musician and producer based in Germany...

Ulrich Schnauss - Wherever You Are
Ulrich Schnauss - Monday Paracetamol
Ulrich Schnauss - Goodbye
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