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YONG



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Here you have a live performance by one of my favorite female songstress:

Hayley Westenra - Scarborough Fair

Cheers! Wink
Post 05 Dec 2010, 02:30
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Very beautiful YONG. Earlier today i was listening the 'Scarborough Fair' by Medwyn Goodall (Midori), a new age artist with a huge discography.
Since i can't seem to find an uploaded full version of the song, here are 2 tracks by the artist.

Medwyn Goodall- Tirfo Thuinn (The Land Under The Waves) Taken from A Promise Of Faeries a delicate, beautiful CD full of harps, piano, magic and enchantment!

Medwyn Goodall & Terry Oldfield - Om
Post 05 Dec 2010, 18:51
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YONG



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Picnic wrote:
Medwyn Goodall & Terry Oldfield - Om
Gorgeous, soothing and soul-healing! I now understand why your Location says you're in Heaven. Wink
Post 06 Dec 2010, 01:38
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Here you have a live performance by one of my favorite female songstress:

Hayley Westenra - Scarborough Fair
Celtic songs are my all-time favorites. This is the one of the best interpretations of "Scarborough Fair" I've ever listened to. Smile
Picnic wrote:
Medwyn Goodall & Terry Oldfield - Om
Impressive music piece, all these "cold" and "glassy" sounds of the stringed instruments and a flute makes this song truly refreshing.


Delicate but yet powerful, sentimental but yet surprisingly cheerful - seems that the composer of this music piece found a perfect way to harmonize all "music Yin & Yang" elements here. Wink
Cheers! Wink
Post 06 Dec 2010, 13:21
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YONG wrote:
Hayley Westenra - Scarborough Fair
Two words: angelic voice! Razz Razz Razz

Picnic wrote:
Medwyn Goodall & Terry Oldfield - Om
This music piece is truly soul-healing. Razz Razz Razz

MHajduk wrote:
Delicate yet powerful, sentimental yet cheerful ...
Wow, you must be a romantic poet! Wink
Post 06 Dec 2010, 13:46
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MHajduk wrote:
China Central Chinese Orchestra - Reflections of the Moon on the Water of Erquan
What a world-class performance! Love it! Razz
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Here you have something sad yet touching:

Background Theme


Here you have something up-tempo and refreshing:

Background Theme


Cheers! Wink
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3200th wrote:
Here you have something sad yet touching:

Background Theme
This unearthly voice somehow reminds me of Schubert's "Ave Maria"... Smile


Well, here you have something completely different in style - an example of catchy dance music:Enjoy! Wink
Post 06 Dec 2010, 17:07
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
China Central Chinese Orchestra - Reflections of the Moon on the Water of Erquan
Yeah, it is truly world-class. Wink

3200th wrote:
Here you have something sad yet touching: Background Theme
Haha ... that was the theme music of a Hong Kong TV series aired not long ago. The female voice is utterly touching. Wink

MHajduk wrote:
Ziyoda - Baxt to'la
Two words: very MHajduk! Wink
Post 07 Dec 2010, 02:22
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YONG



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Today I'd like to present something different:

Seeta Qasemie - Bewafaa

Cheers! Wink
Post 07 Dec 2010, 02:41
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Today I'd like to present something different:

Seeta Qasemie - Bewafaa
I've heard this song before. Its style lies somewhere between Indian and Central European music compositions, sentimental and sad. Wink


An interesting mix of mild rap and Tibetan traditional melody:I didn't know that there exists a Chinese version of the evergreen Jeanette Dimech - Porque te vas (Because you're leaving) [1974], here you may listen to it and compare:Cheers! Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Acha Tsendep - Still Beautiful
Yeah, I've listened to this pleasing melody before. Soothing yet passionate. Razz Wink
Post 08 Dec 2010, 02:42
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YONG



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Today I'd like to present a Chinese classic:

用愛將心偷 (Steal a Heart with Love)

Enjoy! Wink
Post 08 Dec 2010, 02:45
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Hehe, when I close my eyes listening to this calming track, it somehow brings me images of a sleigh ride (I can hear here ringing bells, horses' hooves tapping and echoes of wide spaces). Wink
Post 08 Dec 2010, 12:06
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Referring to the title of your latest recommendation ("Steal a Heart with Love") I'd like to present here another song which tells us the story of an abandoned woman whose internal emotions are personified by two her "avatars": the gentle "housewife" in a white dress and angry "princess" in black. They give her usually contradictory advices but at last she is able to make some independent decision and conflicted "avatars" disappear. Wink

Accordingly to some language sources and descriptive video, title of the song presented below may be translated as "He is mine". Wink Here you go:Enjoy! Razz
Post 08 Dec 2010, 12:40
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Accordingly to some language sources and descriptive video, title of the song presented below may be translated as "He is mine". Wink Here you go:Enjoy! Razz
Good up-tempo dance music. The best part of the MV is 0:33-0:34. Wink
Post 09 Dec 2010, 02:12
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YONG



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Today I'd like to present a classic:

Moyles - Our Song

Andy Williams - A Time For Us

Cheers! Razz
Post 09 Dec 2010, 02:15
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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Accordingly to some language sources and descriptive video, title of the song presented below may be translated as "He is mine". Wink Here you go:Enjoy! Razz
Good up-tempo dance music. The best part of the MV is 0:33-0:34. Wink
This clip is full of funny moments. To me, the best scene is between 3:25 and 3:37. Wink
Post 09 Dec 2010, 11:22
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YONG wrote:
Today I'd like to present a classic:

Moyles - Our Song

Andy Williams - A Time For Us
Definitely one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard. Very Happy Heart-rending melody accompanying to the healing lyrics. Wink The track was composed originally by Nino Rota for Franco Zeffirelli's movie "Romeo and Juliet" (1968)

There, in the East, also exists similar, probably much older, sad love story of Layla and Majnun which inspired numerous generations of the poets and songwriters:Cheers! Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
This clip is full of funny moments. To me, the best scene is between 3:25 and 3:37. Wink
Nice, but I always prefer "moving the head sideways"! Laughing Wink
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