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YONG



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By the way, I re-visited some of the early pages of this thread and found that many of the YouTube links were now broken. What a pity! Sad
Post 12 Nov 2010, 13:33
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YONG



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My Sassy Girl - Canon in C
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYT2sN_9djk

Cagnet - What Will I Do
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCX25MeSiEg

鐵窗 (Literal translation: Iron Window | My translation: Trapped Love)
http://mymedia.yam.com/m/2578784

中島みゆき - ローリング
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cno_PGHWTDk

Enjoy! Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Something in a completely different style:
Cute and sexy. Reminds me of the following song:

Nikita - Веревки

Wink
Haha, superb video! I'm only wondering why on Earth they placed all these black bars there? Twisted Evil Wink
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YONG wrote:
By the way, I re-visited some of the early pages of this thread and found that many of the YouTube links were now broken. What a pity! Sad
"Panta rhei" ("Everything flows"). Razz Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Something in a completely different style:
Cute and sexy. Reminds me of the following song:

Nikita - Веревки

Wink
Haha, superb video! I'm only wondering why on Earth they placed all these black bars there? Twisted Evil Wink
My friend, you just damaged your good image! Laughing Laughing Laughing Every fasm forumer now sees the true MHajduk clearly! Twisted Evil Wink
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YONG wrote:
My friend, you just damaged your good image! Laughing Laughing Laughing
... in order to build the newer and better one... ("I am a man, I consider nothing that is human alien to me.") Image
YONG wrote:
Every fasm forumer now sees the true MHajduk clearly! Twisted Evil Wink
Hopefully, yes. Wink
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YONG



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Oh no! Shocked Shocked Shocked

Quoting from 16th-century writers was already bad enough .... Mad

Now you are even quoting from a BC writer! Mad Mad Mad

Why don't you just kill me?! Twisted Evil Wink
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YONG wrote:
Here you have a short music piece that is way above the bar:

Comptine d'un autre été: l'après midi

Wow YONG, words can describe this one. The whole Amélie sountrack is simply wonderful. I'll come back to Yann Tiersen some other time.

MHajduk wrote:
P.S. Congratulations to YONG, who has just started his own blog! Very Happy

Congrats YONG Smile

MHajduk wrote:
The song presented below perfectly mingles into the main stream of our recent discussion. This track touches deepest parts of the listener's heart with its melody and engaged performance. Pay attention to the visual part of this MV which excellently complements the music layer: WinkVery Happy

Very nice song.



Some links,

A collaboration between female vocalist Amethyste and composer Gunnar Spardel.

In first section of links
Amethyste - Mirabello Bay (CD Ethereal 1)


American instrumental rock musical project Lanterna led by guitarist Henry Frayne.

Lanterna - Messina (CD Desert Ocean 1)
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Picnic wrote:
Lanterna - Messina
Sentimental and soothing. Excellent choice! Razz Wink

Here you have a piano solo that gives similar feelings:

One of the theme songs of an old Japanese TV series "Tokyo Love Story"

Wink
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YONG



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Today I'd like to present a stunning performance - a group of four foreigners singing in Cantonese:

My Pride

I can confirm that their Cantonese pronunciations are flawless! Wink

Cheers! Razz
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YONG wrote:
My [Gay] Pride
Really, dude(ss?), be it in Arcturian - it is still gross.
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guignol wrote:
Streets of London
Melodious and soothing! Excellent choice! Razz
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guignol wrote:
Streets of London
Wow, this is absolutely gorgeous! Razz Razz Razz


Here you have a couple of fresh melodies:

Highlands

Dreams for the Sky

Wink
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MHajduk



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So many catchy and touching melodies here... I just can't stay indifferent to them. Wink
YONG wrote:
鐵窗 (Literal translation: Iron Window | My translation: Trapped Love)
http://mymedia.yam.com/m/2578784
Sweet waltz-like melody perfectly matches to this sharp arrangement, reminds me slightly of some songs by "Scorpions". Smile
YONG wrote:
中島みゆき - ローリング
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cno_PGHWTDk
Impressive hoarse voice; with a big dose of the "sand" as we usually describe such performing manner here. Wink
Picnic wrote:
American instrumental rock musical project Lanterna led by guitarist Henry Frayne.

Lanterna - Messina (CD Desert Ocean 1)
Excellent for all those people who want to calm down and rest after a hard tropical day. Razz
YONG wrote:
Today I'd like to present a stunning performance - a group of four foreigners singing in Cantonese:

My Pride

I can confirm that their Cantonese pronunciations are flawless! Wink
Gosh, this a cappella singing is simply unbeatable! Smile
guignol wrote:
Streets of London
I've never heard songs performed by "Blackmore's Night" before. This one is rich in various musical motives, practically every part of it is unique: melody seems to flow without repetitions, you just can't be bored with it. Wink
3200th wrote:
Highlands
I always was and will be a big fan of the Celtic music. These melodies are amazing, because have something special, arousing and, at the same time, highly sentimental inscribed in their notes. Smile



Here you have something I find really stunning, a group of Chinese deaf dancers in a wonderful, up-lifting performance:And something completely different:Enjoy! Smile
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Can Atilla - Vivaldi İstanbul'da
Unique combination of classic and electronic music! Very fresh and eye-catching! Razz


Here you have a theme song of an old Hong Kong movie (from 1980s):

余安安 - 自由在我手

Cheers! Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Here you have a theme song of an old Hong Kong movie (from 1980s):

余安安 - 自由在我手
Very nice song. Smile Sounds familiar to me, I've a feeling I know it quite well. Wink


MV presented below may satisfy not only those who expect good music, but also those who pay attention to the visual layer of this small art form:
Enjoy! Smile
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3200th



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MHajduk wrote:
Rayhon - Sevaveraman
Stunning introduction. Very MHajduk! Wink

Here you have something very MHajduk:

Ulug'bek OTAJONOV - SENSIZ

Enjoy! Razz
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3200th wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Rayhon - Sevaveraman
Stunning introduction. Very MHajduk! Wink

Here you have something very MHajduk:

Ulug'bek OTAJONOV - SENSIZ
Hehe, utterly touching track, sounds like mourning song due to all these lachrymose accords. Wink Razz


Well, I think it's time to present here something more joyful (why not? Wink ). I bet that aetheric music and up-tempo light rhythm will make you feel the same mild and warm wind which plays with Shahzoda's hair in this clip. Wink Accordingly to some YouTube users' comments, Tajik title of this song can be translated as "I like [it]". WinkCheers!. Razz
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MHajduk wrote:
Shahzoda - Nagzmi Binam
I have to be honest with you. I am a bit disappointed by your suggestion. Sad Make no mistake. The song is perfect and I like it. Razz What disappoints me is the misspelled title - check this out. Confused

Meticulous persons never make such mistakes; if they do, they are not meticulous enough! Laughing Wink


Here you have a nine-year-old girl performing in a recent charity show:

Connie Talbot - Over The Rainbow

Cheers! Razz
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