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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
When I was listening to your today's musical proposition I was thinking about one of the famous hits by the Polish rock group "Budka Suflera":
Powerful and raw male voice! A very impressive cover of the original classic! Razz BTW, the singer looks like Elton John, haha ... Smile
MHajduk wrote:
I think you may also like this song with a truly impressive instrumental layer, dark and sharp tune of the electric guitars and simply uncanny organ passages:Wink
Yeah, the instrumental arrangement is just prodigious. The melody is quite catchy, too. Smile


Something to power you up:

Top Gun - Main Theme

Wink
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YONG



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YONG wrote:
BTW, the singer looks like Elton John, haha ... Smile
Funny... I never realized before that they look slightly similar, indeed. Wink Great track, because of its sublime mood sounds like a Christmas carol (yeah, unusual association, I know). Wink
YONG wrote:
Gun - Gun Theme
This one reminds me some movie soundtracks presented here by Borsuc. The same "epic", monumental tune evoking very strong emotions. Wink
Post 18 Feb 2010, 09:46
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MHajduk



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Three various songs by Pakistani pop singer Ali Sher.

A few words accordingly to the song titles: it happens quite often that people who upload videos give improper spelling of the singers' names, song titles or even "forget" about both. Sometimes it's difficult to "reconstruct" these informations - it has happened to me many times. Such situations are extremely annoying especially when the song is awesome and you just can't get to know who sings it. Wink In the songs presented below I had to read proper titles from the notes placed inside the MVs.
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
This one reminds me some movie soundtracks presented here by Borsuc.
Yeah. It's a pity that Borsuc's gone. Sad Wink

MHajduk wrote:
A few words accordingly to the song titles ... Such situations are extremely annoying ... you just can't get to know who sings it.
You're 99.99% correct on this point, my comrade. Wink In fact, in this couple of days I tried to find a piece of violin music with some gunshot sounds in the beginning and at the end but failed. I heard it sometime during the holidays but didn't know its name. Sad What could you do? Wink


Something truly amazing:

The Eye (2008) - The Concert

That movie clip


I'll listen to your suggestions later. I really need to find something to eat first - it's only 9 °C right now!

Razz
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Something truly amazing:

The Eye (2008) - The Concert

That movie clip
Yes, that's true. This soundtrack is amazing, indeed. To me, it sounds like a piece of the well known classic from the 18th century. Wink
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http://keygenmusic.net/
Small files, big assort, multilingual interface, free download, affection!
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Ali Sher - Me te mann lyee haar
To me, this one is the best. I especially like the instrumental arrangement which features some elements of traditonal Chinese music. Good suggestion! Razz
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serfasm wrote:
http://keygenmusic.net/
Small files, big assort, multilingual interface, free download, affection!
Thanks, serfasm. I'll see if I can find something interesting from that site. Wink
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serfasm wrote:
http://keygenmusic.net/
Small files, big assort, multilingual interface, free download, affection!
Quite big repository of the electronic music tracks. Wink I've listened to some music pieces by the "Under SEH" group (this name sounds familiar to me, you know, obtaining the base address of 'kernel32.dll' through SEH) and some of them resembled songs performed by Russian group Банд'Эрос (BandEros):Wink
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Something from Armenia:Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
Something from Armenia:Wink
Not my type, but the instrumental arrangement is quite unique. Wink

You don't know me ...

Razz
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serfasm wrote:
http://keygenmusic.net/
Small files, big assort, multilingual interface, free download, affection!

Nice link serfasm. Music by those epic groups brings back memories.


German born vocalist Deva Premal blends chanted Hindu mantras over contemporary musical stylings provided by life partner and collaborator Miten.
You can preview samples from album Embrace released 2002.
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MHajduk



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Excellent track with a moody beginning - sound of some woodwind instrument reminds me this beautiful song by Iranian singer Soroush:
Picnic wrote:
A track from the first Deep Forest album.
Deep Forest - Sweet Lullaby (Ambient Mix) 0:00-3:48
Fortunately, I saved copy of this 80th page yesterday, so I was able to listen to your (currently lost) recommendation. Wink Yes, I know compositions by "Deep Forest" since some time. Their works seem to be strongly influenced by African or Amazonian ethnic music. Wink
Picnic wrote:
German born vocalist Deva Premal blends chanted Hindu mantras over contemporary musical stylings provided by life partner and collaborator Miten.
You can preview samples from album Embrace released 2002.
Link
I liked especially these four tracks from the above mentioned album by Deva Premal: 2. Om Namo Bhagavate (sounds in some parts like Sinead O'Connor songs Wink ), 4. Om Ram Ramaya, 6. Shante Prashante (Era style) and 7. Rang De (most dynamic of all). Smile
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Another example of a wonderful song in two versions by different artists. Seems that title of this music piece is "Trinchung karpo", i.e. "The little white cloud" (name given to the second version in YouTube most probably is improper, this is a clear example how sometimes we have to "reconstruct" such informations by ourselves Razz):Very Happy

Some of the rural scenes present in the second MV resemble those immortalized in "The Very Rich Hours of the Duke of Berry" the medieval (15th century) Book of Hours, especially this one, showing harvest in June:

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MHajduk wrote:
a wonderful song in two versions by different artists
I like the second version, which sounds more like a folk song and has better instrumental arrangement. Wink

MHajduk wrote:
"The Very Rich Hours of the Duke of Berry" the medieval (15th century) Book of Hours
You read a lot, my friend! Wink I didn't know about that book. Embarassed But I like the following one very much:

The Nine Gates to the Kingdom of Shadows

More info about the book: The Ninth Gate

And the theme music!

Razz
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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
"The Very Rich Hours of the Duke of Berry" the medieval (15th century) Book of Hours
You read a lot, my friend! Wink I didn't know about that book. Embarassed
This medieval jewel of the religious literature is known mainly thanks to the improbably beautiful miniatures presenting labors of the months which create interesting general calendar (not specific to any year). BTW, when I created my first homepage (about 1997) I wrote a small script with JavaScript which showed one of these illuminations relevant to the current month.Wink
YONG wrote:
But I like the following one very much: "The Nine Gates to the Kingdom of Shadows"
Well, I prefer books which exist in the real world, written by real not fictional authors. Wink Razz

For example, one of my favorite books of all times is "Le Petit Nicolas" (and others from this series) written by René Goscinny, French author, editor and humorist of Polish descent. I have a very special attitude to it because main character described in this book has the same name as me (Mikołaj is the Polish equivalent of the name Nicholas). Wink
YONG wrote:
And the theme music!
Yeah, this dark and gloomy music piece perfectly corresponds to the movie's main theme and mood. Wink
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Catchy and melodious example of the Ethiopian music:Enjoy! Smile
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MHajduk wrote:
Catchy and melodious example of the Ethiopian music:Enjoy! Smile
Light, up-tempo and cheerful. It seems that we can find some elements of Indian music in this Ethiopian piece. Wink


A rap song with a melodious theme:

DJYunus - ALLAHIN'Dan BUL

Razz
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MHajduk wrote:
For example, one of my favorite books of all times is "Le Petit Nicolas" (and others from this series) written by René Goscinny, French author, editor and humorist of Polish descent. I have a very special attitude to it because main character described in this book has the same name as me (Mikołaj is the Polish equivalent of the name Nicholas).
I thought that your first name was "Magus". I was wrong. Embarassed Is there an English equivalence of your last name "Hajduka"? Rolling Eyes
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