classic proper tunes thread
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Statto Wrote:
Catastrophe Wrote:Still, here's another...

did Adam F sample that on Dirty Harry? Smile

Yeah it's been sampled loads. Daytona 500 by Ghostface Killah is one of my faves that used it. I won't post it in this thread though as I'm sure it'd wouldn't last long. Smile
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#27

Paradigm X Wrote:pre-rejected! :P

un-pre-rejected :P
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#28

Ah, so this is the thread the good 'proper' music goes into. Onward Grin

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Roo Stercogburn Wrote:Ah, so this is the thread the good 'proper' music goes into. Onward Grin

that's right Wink


and No.3 is my favourite Smile

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#31

I like that you're not being discouraged Xyxthumbs
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Today's instalments from me



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#35

good thread! splendid picks for the most part!

Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that's creative!" 
-Mingus
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#36

Have one more...

Curtis Mayfield - Billy Jack

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#37

"I warmly recommend the Gestapo to everyone"
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#38

This has set me up for the day and gives me a wry smile considering some of the people I have to deal with:

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#40


The Carpenters - All I Can Do
(1969)
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#45

Fada! I see your "Man in the street" and raise you a "Garden of Love" Lovesmilie

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Roo Stercogburn Wrote:Ah, so this is the thread the good 'proper' music goes into. Onward Grin


the 1st and 3rd are two of the most beautiful pieces of music ive ever heard, tks for sharing

what do you think about the debussy versions?

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#49

Eccore Wrote:what do you think about the debussy versions?


That was really interesting, I don't recall having heard it before.

Disclaimer: I'm probably biased towards piano and may be too used to hearing the music in its original form.

I felt the first half to be somewhat lacklustre though it became better in the second half. Overall I enjoyed it though. I'm sitting here on a lunchbreak at work and it was lovely to just shut the world out and listen. A few minutes peace in amongst the mayhem.

I'd be interested to hear a hybrid version, if such exists, with the piano still taking the main role and an orchestra backing.

When I get another chance I'm definately going to give this another listen and share it with She Who Must Be Adored as I think she'd enjoy it too.

Cheers Smile
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Roo Stercogburn Wrote:I'd be interested to hear a hybrid version, if such exists, with the piano still taking the main role and an orchestra backing.

Cheers Smile

funny, as i thinking the same thing but i dont know whether it could work. this piece was composed to be simplistic, for me, thats the beauty, and maybe you lose the simplicity if both pianos and strings were used simultaneously together, i think would deemphasize the power and delicacy of the melody, still it would be interesting to hear a hybrid version all the same.
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