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Post 20 Aug 2014, 21:37
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Fantastic! I like "Liszt Etude F Minor" very much as it requires those hand-over-hand techniques. Razz

BTW, you should show your good-looking face in the videos! Haha .... Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
Today I'd like to present a relatively new song by a Polish rock band:Wink
The music itself may not be my cup of tea, but the MV is definitely cool. Wink
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sleepsleep wrote:
one from indonesian singer =) nice one, a little bit MLTR singing style imo.

Judika - Setengah Mati Merindu
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiHyzRR4zvM
The song brings me a cheerful atmosphere. Yeah, let's go sailing -- if we have the financial means! Wink
Post 21 Aug 2014, 04:19
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Here is something pretty classic:

一生所愛 by 盧冠廷
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyOIqLhSWkA

Wink
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One more classic:

世事何曾是絕對 by 盧冠廷
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foNm81VZkH4

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This classic is one of my favorites:

但願人長久 by 盧冠廷
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDSyFWrAlQc

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Last recommendation for today:

天鳥 by 盧冠廷
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5pkTK6MRkc

Wink
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Nice recommendation, though the girl (I mean the songstress) is too young for me. Wink
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YONG wrote:
Something very fresh:

Shakira - Gypsy

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Yea, love that video:
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Reminds me that I still have blood flowing through my veins.

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pretty clothing and girl too.

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tthsqe

Liszt Etude F-minor is good indeed but I prefer the last two videos presenting the Rachmaninoff concert (both parts). My music sense tells me that you are a very good pianist, I am impressed by your skills and light playing technique. I suppose that if Rachmaninoff heard that, he would be pleased by this fiery interpretation. Wink
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YONG wrote:
  1. 一生所愛 by 盧冠廷
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyOIqLhSWkA

  2. 世事何曾是絕對 by 盧冠廷
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foNm81VZkH4

  3. 但願人長久 by 盧冠廷
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDSyFWrAlQc

  4. 天鳥 by 盧冠廷
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5pkTK6MRkc
I'm sure that three of four presented songs by Lowell Lo were presented here in this thread. I remember them well. If my memory serves me right, the first has been re-recommended not very long time ago and was associated with the following music video containing scenes from a Chinese movie:The last track somehow brings me some associations with Andean and Latino music.

I think that these two music recommendations are quite similar in their mood and may evoke analogous feelings:
  1. ImageImageImage Chila Jatun - Yana Ñawi (Ojos Negros)
  2. ImageImageImage William Luna - Vida mia
  3. ImageImageImage Xurazu - Quilla
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MHajduk,
Thanks. I have known these pieces a long time. Only until recently did I try to record them.
When did you first here this concerto by Rachmaninoff?
The concerto recording got off to a shaky start on the third page, but I got things back together again by the fourth page. I like how the rather difficult cadenza turned out in the second part.
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tthsqe wrote:
MHajduk,
Thanks. I have known these pieces a long time. Only until recently did I try to record them.
When did you first here this concerto by Rachmaninoff?
The concerto recording got off to a shaky start on the third page, but I got things back together again by the fourth page. I like how the rather difficult cadenza turned out in the second part.
Rachmaninoff's music works sound very familiar from the first notes because he had used Russian and East European traditional motifs there. To me, as a member of one of the Slavic nations, it's quite natural and completely "digestible" music even if some pieces are new to me. The same is with Chopin who had been inspired by the Polish folklore, I don't need to know all his music works but I can at least recognize his characteristic style. Traditional Slavic melodies are very sentimental and make an impression of having more "internal space" than it is suggested by their exact temporal extension. It's a strange effect, when you hear it you have an impression that the main melodic line is a kind of a "corridor" from which you can walk to many "rooms" (i.e. inwoven music motifs) where the time is just "bent" or "inflated" and your mind can spent there many hours whereas the exact, real length of the track can be counted in minutes. Wink
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questlima wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5i6fCGkFYa0
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It's a nice rock ballad from the early 90's, questlima. Smile
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Post 31 Aug 2014, 22:32
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MHajduk wrote:
I think that these two music recommendations are quite similar in their mood and may evoke analogous feelings:
  1. ImageImageImage Chila Jatun - Yana Ñawi (Ojos Negros)
  2. ImageImageImage William Luna - Vida mia
  3. ImageImageImage Xurazu - Quilla
Wink
Very nice recommendations. I would say I slightly prefer the first music piece on the presented list, mainly because of its rich composition of assorted instrumental sounds. The very refreshing MV is a big plus, too. Wink
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