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guignol



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Do you realize that soulful is an adjective?
Post 10 Jan 2011, 17:35
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MHajduk



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DJ Mauretto wrote:
This is my last track Keep on Truckin
Whoa... Cool Is it your voice there in the track? Rolling Eyes Sounds very professional and light, reminds me of some disco songs from the 70's. Smile
Post 10 Jan 2011, 17:47
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Do you realize that soulful is an adjective?
Embarassed
My english is very bad Crying or Very sad
Soulful is a kind of music, In Italy this kind of music is heard very much.
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Sounds very professional and light, reminds me of some disco songs from the 70's

I love 70' music, ,
I'm a professional Razz

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Post 10 Jan 2011, 19:24
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DJ Mauretto wrote:
I love 70' music, ,
I'm a professional Razz
So, can I assume it was you who sang that? I have to admit that you are very mysterious too. Razz Wink
Post 10 Jan 2011, 19:30
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making music is like to program the computer, instead of the instructions of the CPU you have the musical notes or frequencies, you can jmp from a note to another...
I write only the music and arrangements, maybe one day I will sing ' Wink

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OK, I understood. Wink Referring to the aforementioned analogies between assembly coding and music composition, I could say that your "music code" is optimal and neat. Wink
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You have a lot of passion for music, try to play any instrument, is the greatest thing in the world to create music, and who have a passion for mathematics is facilitated a lot like you, you already 'forma mentis' Wink
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Yes, you're right, I'm crazy about music. Wink Sometimes I think that it even consumes too much of my everyday time... but I just can't do very much about it. Embarassed Music is the best cure for sorrow and the prose of life to me. Smile You know, something like Prozac but much better and without negative side effects (beside the time consumption, of course). Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Well, here you have an enchanting representative of a completely new style in Bengali music:
What a soothing, peaceful yet sentimental duet! Razz Excellent song choice! Wink
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DJ Mauretto wrote:
How much beautiful music Wink
This is my last track Keep on Truckin
Enjoy with soulful Cool
Yeah, this dance music piece is definitely soul-stirring! Razz Wink
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Here you have a Japanese folk music piece:

Japanese Folk Song by Samuel R. Hazo

Cheers! Wink
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YONG wrote:
Here you have a Japanese folk music piece:

Japanese Folk Song by Samuel R. Hazo
With all respect to you and the famous composer of this music track, I listened to it four times but I just can't stand all these sudden "attacks" of drums and trumpets in the middle, they literally hurt my ears, ouch! Razz Wink The song starts promising and ends calmly what makes these parts simply the best of the whole composition. Wink


My recommendation for today: a serene composition from Armenia:Enjoy! Smile
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MHajduk wrote:
YONG wrote:
Here you have a Japanese folk music piece:

Japanese Folk Song by Samuel R. Hazo
... I just can't stand all these sudden "attacks" of drums and trumpets in the middle ...
I'm so sorry. Embarassed I'll recommend more songs like this! Twisted Evil Wink

Hope that the following music piece is more agreeable:

Another Vestal Virgin

MHajduk wrote:
My recommendation for today: a serene composition from Armenia:
I'll listen to it tomorrow. Have to go now! Wink
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YONG wrote:
Hope that the following music piece is more agreeable:

Another Vestal Virgin
I would describe it as a somehow "heroic" and sublime. And yes, it's definitely more agreeable. Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
My recommendation for today: a serene composition from Armenia:
Lovely & sexy - I refer to the songstress, of course! Razz Wink
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Today I'd like to present examples of the another Caucasian nation - Adygs (Circassians). You may be interested in listening to the compositions of Aslan Tlebzu, considered one of the most talented Circassian musicians:I think you may like also this one:Cheers! Very Happy
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guignol



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Circassians?
It's like circus asians? Very Happy
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The one on the right lower corner is probably their mascot Cool

P.S. Did you know that aslan means lion?
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Do you see the shadow of Darth Vader here too? Laughing
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guignol wrote:
P.S. Did you know that aslan means lion?
Yeah, I know it. Smile It's taken from Turkic languages, AFAIK.


BTW, thanks for the Circassian alphabet chart. Smile The letter forms seem to be somehow similar to those ones in the Georgian and Armenian alphabets.
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guignol



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Thank Andy Wink
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