DISCUSSION: Favourite Pieces of Music or Songs

Author:  Jennie [ Mon Aug 07, 2006 7:55 pm ]
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I thought it might be time for us to tell the World, well, the CBB, what our favourite pieces of music are, and see just how many different tastes we have.

'The Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus' - Rafe Vaughan Williams

'The Armed Man' - Karl Jenkins

'Requiem' - Faure

'TheCreation' - Joseph Haydn

Author:  Simone [ Mon Aug 07, 2006 9:54 pm ]
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My favourites:-

Creep - Radiohead

Porcelain - Moby

Powder Blue - Elbow

Author:  Kirsty [ Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:10 am ]
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Mine (today at least!)

O Fortuna - I can never remember who by, but it's the piece of music used in the film "Excalibur"

The plinkty-plink music from the end of Gallipoli, some bright person will be along soon with its proper name... :lol:

Favourite songs:

Touched - VAST

I Was Only 19 - (not so much a favourite, but is guaranteed to make me a/ cry or b/ get all-over goosebumps. Not a good thing at the moment as the History Pay-TV channel is using it to promote their Vietnam War Month)

Author:  Eilidh [ Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:17 am ]
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The Gael - Used in The Last of the Mohichans. (sp?)

Whatever I happen to be learning (normally)

Author:  Fatima [ Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:22 am ]
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My favourite music is Elgar's Nimrod.

Chris de Burgh is my favourite singer.

Author:  jonty [ Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:35 am ]
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Gosh, where to start?

Jennie's already bagged Dives and Lazarus, so I'll go for the Lark Ascending as my Vaughan Williams choice.
Stairway to Heaven - especially the intro
The Shepherds' Farewell from L'Enfance Du Christ (Berlioz)
The music from the Kol Nidre (Night of All Vows) service
The slow movement from the Brahms F minor clarinet/piano sonata
Don't Cry for Me Argentina
Dvorak's New World Symphony

And, because all of those are rather mournful:

Thank You For the Music by Abba

That's today's selection, but ask me tomorrow and it will have changed. :)

Author:  Alison H [ Tue Aug 08, 2006 10:44 am ]
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Er - I seem to be rather less highbrow than most other people :roll: !

Bryan Adams - Summer of '69
The Bangles - Eternal Flame
Abba - The Winner Takes It All
Elvis - Can't Help Falling In Love
Meat Loaf - Anything For Love

Everything from Les Misérables

My favourite piece of classical music is the 1812 Overture, largely because it gave me an excuse to waffle about Russian history in a music lesson at school.

Author:  Simone [ Tue Aug 08, 2006 11:31 am ]
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Er - I seem to be rather less highbrow than most other people !

Glad I'm not the only one :oops:

Author:  Clare [ Tue Aug 08, 2006 1:12 pm ]
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I love The Armed Man too Jennie.

Well, all three Lord of the Rings soundtracks aside:
Truly Madly Deeply - Savage Garden
Your Song - Elton John (or Ewan McGregor :D )
Filthy Gorgeous - Scissor Sisters

Any Disney you care to mention too.

Author:  Jennie [ Wed Aug 09, 2006 2:18 pm ]
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'O Fortuna' is from Karl Orffe's 'Carmina Burana.

Does it matter whether our favourite pieces of music is classical, or what have you?

I also love a lot of Bryan Adams' tracks, and have a not so secret passion for the Electric Light Orchestra.

Author:  Ronara [ Wed Aug 09, 2006 3:23 pm ]
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I have two absolute favourites (but too many others to count):

Kanon in D by Pachelbel

Largo from Winter (Vivaldi's Four Seasons)

Author:  patmac [ Wed Aug 09, 2006 4:00 pm ]
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Jennie wrote:
and have a not so secret passion for the Electric Light Orchestra.

Me. too :P Their good energisers - as is Bat out of Hell by Meat Loaf.

Also on my regular random play list :

Mars from the Planets by Holst

Roxburgh's 'At the Still point of the turning world' - 'cos I love the sound of the oboe.

Gershwin 'Rhapsody in Blue'

Author:  jennifer [ Wed Aug 09, 2006 4:52 pm ]
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It's hard to choose...


Bach's cello suites, particularly the recording by YoYo Ma.
Mozart's Horn concertos, particularly the Dennis Brain recording
L'Arlesienne Suite No 2 by Bizet
Vivaldi's four seasons
The Choral Movement from Beethoven's 9th symphony
Symphony of Sorrowful Songs by Gorecki
Symphony No 5 by Philip Glass
Missa Pange Lingua by Josquin

Non Classical

The Superman Song by Crash Test Dummies
The Drinking Song by Moxy Fruvous
Come and I Will Sing You - Great Big Sea
Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen
Home For a Rest - Spirit of the West
Barbie Girl - Aqua
Another Brick in the Wall - Pink Floyd
Sweet Dreams - Eurythmics
Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen


Conan the Barbarian
Henry the V
1492: Conquest of Paradise
Lord of the Rings

Author:  Laura V [ Wed Aug 09, 2006 5:08 pm ]
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I love music!! :D
I can't pick out any individual pieces, but my favourite composers are

Eddie (Edward) Elgar
Percy Grainger
Darius Milhaud

as for "pop" my favourite artistes are U2, Bjork, Sigur Ros, Glassjaw. I like anything that sounds a bit different to the norm :wink:

Author:  JoS [ Wed Aug 09, 2006 10:01 pm ]
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I love classical music and opera, but for the life of me, can hardly ever remember names. But, I do like the Prelude from Carmen and La donna e mobile - Rigoletta.

As a teenager of the 80's, I still love:
Mad World - Madness - who did the latest remix?
True - Spandau Ballet
The Lighthouse Family generally

And then more modern:
James Blunt - You're Beautiful
Robbie Williams - Feel

Author:  Michelle [ Thu Aug 10, 2006 12:12 am ]
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Favourite operas:

Don Giovanni (Mozart)
The Marriage of Figaro (Mozart)
Eugene Onegin (Tchaikovsky)
La traviata (Verdi)
The Magic Flute (Mozart)
The Abduction from the Seraglio (Mozart)
Rigoletto (Verdi)
Albert Herring (Britten)
Rodelinda (Handel)
King Arthur (Purcell)

Other vocal things:
Messiah (Handel)
Missa Solemnis (Beethoven)
Ninth Symphony (Beethoven)
A Sea Symphony (Vaughan Williams)
Dichterliebe (Schumann)
Bohemian Rhapsody (not sure of composer, but he's brilliant...)

William Tell overture (Rossini)
Jupiter from The Planets (Holst)
Vltava (Smetana)
The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky)

Author:  Bess [ Thu Aug 10, 2006 1:26 am ]
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Just a few random favourites, can't possibly name them all...

Ludwig Einaudi - Le Onde.
Handel's Watermusic and Sarabande.
Roméo et Juliette - de la Haine et L'Amour - the musical with Damien Sargue and Cecilia Cara.
Various uproarious hymns, like 'Morgenlied' and 'Llanfair' but way to many to pick out.
Backstreet Boys. *violent blush* :oops:
Current fave is Rachael Warwicks' country/rock album, 'Anglo-Americana.'

Author:  Tan [ Thu Aug 10, 2006 7:45 am ]
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Kirsty wrote:

Touched - VAST

I Was Only 19 -

Two favourites of mine as well - plus 'And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda'. I must confess to 'I still call Australia home' as well. :oops:

Apart from that, am definitely enjoying the band 'Air', quite fond of Evanescence. It really depends on what my husband has downloaded at the time! :lol:

Author:  Lizzie [ Thu Aug 10, 2006 10:48 am ]
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*Virtually everything by Eels, especially 'Jeannie's Diary', 'Fresh Feeling' and 'Trouble with Dreams'
*'To The End' by Blur
*'The Boy With The Arab Strap' by Belle and Sebastian
*'Next Year' by The Foo Fighters
*'Shanghai' by Ed Harcourt
*'Don't Worry Baby' by The Beach Boys
*'Sweet Home Alababma' by Lynyrd Skynyrd

Bess wrote:
Backstreet Boys. *violent blush* :oops:

Right on! Nothing like a bit of Backstreet to pep you up! May I also quietly include...
*'Born To Make You Happy' by Britney Spears (modern feminist manifesto to today's youth)
*'Party For Two' by Shania Twain
*'Pop' by *NSync
*'Cry Me A River' by Justin Timberlake

Author:  Kate [ Thu Aug 10, 2006 11:15 am ]
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Bess wrote:
Backstreet Boys. *violent blush* :oops:

Yay! I went to their concert back in November. Brilliant night!!

Author:  little_sarah [ Thu Aug 10, 2006 1:08 pm ]
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Heehee, Backstreet Boys rock! Before I left halls in first year, we had a night in where we all got out our most embarrasing CDs- Backstreet Boys, Boyzone, Westlife, everything, and had a whole night of dancing along to them :D

Most of my favourite pieces of classical music tend to be brass-based (eight years of playing in brass bands tends to rub off!) Rodrigo's Concerto d'Aranzueth (I can't spell it, but it's known as Orange Juice) is one of my favourites, and it's also in Brassed Off.
The Planets Suite is also a favourite, my dad has a copy of the whole thing on vinyl that we used to listen to together when I was tiny.

I'm a little bit of a pop-bunny as well though. If it's pop-py and easy to sing along to, chances are I'll like it. Time of your Life by Green Day is one that stands out, it always reminds me of a few really good summers.

Author:  Lizzie [ Thu Aug 10, 2006 6:18 pm ]
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Ooh, and 'I Don't Care' by Ricky Martin and 'Ain't It Funny by Jennifer Lopez.

Author:  claireM [ Fri Aug 11, 2006 4:16 pm ]
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Enter Sandman - Mettalica

Author:  Mary [ Sat Aug 12, 2006 12:39 pm ]
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Kirsty wrote:
The plinkty-plink music from the end of Gallipoli, some bright person will be along soon with its proper name... :lol:

It's Adagio for Strings and Organ in G minor in Gallipoli (1981). I had it written in an essay somewhere- I'm not such a geek that I know it off by heart.

This is all terribly highbrow. It's rather exciting!
My favoured music at the moment is:
-La Musica Notturna delle Strade di Madrid by Boccherini, especially the 3rd movement
-From the Nutcracker, In the Christmas Tree, and Scene and Waltz of the Snowflakes
-Anything by Bach (J S)- the man's a genius
-The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra by Britten
-The Pride and Prejudice Soundtrack- both the Carl Davies BBC one, and the Dario Marinelli new one
-Next Year by The Foo Fighters
-Sweet Home Alabama by Lynryd Skynyrd
-The Happy Club by Bob Geldof, I think
-Babba O'Reilly, Let's See Action, Who Are You-any Who-hit
-Lady Lynda, Wild Honey, Cotton Fields by Beach Boys

That is far too much already. It also means I stop writing before I get on to The Backstreet Boys, Shania Twain or Robson and Jerome. Oh the shame.

Author:  Kate [ Sat Aug 12, 2006 12:56 pm ]
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*thinks we should all be proud of the Backstreet loving*


Author:  Tara [ Sun Aug 13, 2006 12:34 am ]
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Patmac (or anyone else), do you know if the Roxburgh 'At the still point of the turning world'. is available for downloading anywhere?

I don't know it at all, and can't find it, but it's such a wonderful title, and I love the oboe.

Author:  Jennie [ Sun Aug 13, 2006 3:39 pm ]
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I'd like to hear it, too.

J.S. Bach, not just a wonderful composer, the epitome of civilisation too.

Author:  Tara [ Sun Aug 13, 2006 10:41 pm ]
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Have found the Roxburgh on Amazon, am waiting for it to arrive!

Author:  CatherineS [ Sun Aug 13, 2006 11:38 pm ]
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Is 'At the Still Point of the Turning World' after Four Quartets?

ETA: I too am interested in it although I have never heard it. It's one of my favourite lines. (I love Jeanette Winterson's use of it, too.)

Author:  brie [ Tue Aug 15, 2006 3:17 pm ]
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my favourite songs (at the moment anyway) are:

sunday bloody sunday- u2
my hero- foo fighters
soul to squeeze- red hot chili peppers
all along the watchtower- jimi hendrix
crossroads- cream
knock me down - red hot chili peppers

and many, many many more

Author:  clair [ Tue Aug 15, 2006 5:55 pm ]
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Top three songs are -
Where is the life that late i led by Howard Keel
Promise Me by Beverley Craven
Vogue by Madonna

Also absolutely everything by Howard Keel. Elaine Paige, Beverley Craven, Madonna, Bucks Fizz, Tina Turner and the majority of musical soundtracks

Author:  Ronara [ Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:43 pm ]
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A current favourite is the réprise of Edelweiß (the version with the Captain, Maria, the children and the theatre just before the flight from Austria) from the movie version of The Sound of Music. I almost think it should go in the "weepy movie" thread as if I'm in anything like a melancholic mood it makes me cry.

And I'm currently listening to Josh Groban singing You Raise Me Up, another truly beautiful song and one that usually manages to cheer me up.

Author:  Catrin [ Sat Aug 19, 2006 7:09 pm ]
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Can I sum me up by saying English folk music, British indie rock and 1930s-50s jazz? I know that's a bit broad . . . so, Vaughan Williams (I'll have the Folk song suite thanks), Radiohead, Nina Simone.

Also has anyone ever heard of Gorky's Zygotic Mynci - they are Welsh folk rock - they are why I speak more Welsh than Joey Maynard, very inspiring!

CatherineS - where is your JW reference from?

Author:  Alex [ Sat Aug 19, 2006 10:37 pm ]
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Well as you've all been 'fessing up, I will announce my liking for Christina Aguilera (as long as I don't have to look at her clothes, or lack thereof). I like pretty much anything I can sing along to.

As for classical music, I like the later stuff - Rachmaninov (Symphonic Dances), Shostakovitch's 5th Symphony, Elgar Enigma Variations, Brahms Cello Sonata in E minor.

Author:  Mary [ Mon Aug 21, 2006 7:20 pm ]
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clair wrote:
Top three songs are -
Where is the life that late i led by Howard Keel
Promise Me by Beverley Craven
Vogue by Madonna

Also absolutely everything by Howard Keel. Elaine Paige, Beverley Craven, Madonna, Bucks Fizz, Tina Turner and the majority of musical soundtracks

Are we talking Calamity Jane, Seven Brides Howard Keel? Ahh. He's amazing. Never heard any non-filmic singing though! I must now go and hunt across the internet!

Author:  Vick [ Mon Aug 21, 2006 10:15 pm ]
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claireM wrote:
Enter Sandman - Mettalica

Glad I'm not the only one with heavy rock tastes! :shock:

Also add Iron Maiden, Guns N' Roses and Aerosmith.

On a more civilised level, anything by U2, REM, Genesis, Beautiful South.

My favourite song has to be Auberge by Chris Rea though :D

Author:  clair [ Tue Aug 22, 2006 4:18 pm ]
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Yes, it's THAT Howard Keel - could there be another?! He has done several albums with other songs on, try ebay!

Author:  Tassie_Ellen [ Wed Aug 23, 2006 1:54 pm ]
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H'm, let's see...

Gabriel's oboe, from The Mission (and I rather like Il Divo's version of the vocal arrangement called Nella Fantasia, too)

Jeremiah Clarke's Trumpet Voluntary

the third movement from Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto In E (the fast bit)

Panis Angelicus by Cesar Franck

Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen

the Pirates of Penzance soundtrack (especially the Simon Gallaher/Jon English version from 1994, probably only released in Australia)

I wanna know what love is by Foreigner

...and I think that'll do for now :wink:

Aren't we an interesting lot?

Author:  Aquabird [ Wed Aug 23, 2006 10:21 pm ]
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Jesu Bleibet Meine Freude - Bach
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 - Bach
Air On A G String - Bach
Habanera - Carmen
O Mio Babbino Caro - Gianni Schicci
The Pastoral Symphony - Beethoven
Dove Sono - Mozart (I played it on the flute for my Higher - gorgeous)
Morning - Greig
Ave Maria

Alundra soundtrack
Dark Cloud soundtrack
Final Fantasy VII soundtrack
Strictly Ballroom soundtrack
Eye Level (the Van Der Valk theme)
Crown Court theme
Jurassic Park theme

60s/70s music:
Pink Floyd
Rolling Stones

Modern music:
Anything by Muse and the Kaiser Chiefs
American Idiot - Green Day
Ocean Avenue - Yellowcard
Pretty Fly - The Offspring

I don't like a lot of modern music. I'm more of a classical fiend. :D

Author:  meerium [ Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:02 pm ]
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Ooooh, music question!

I very rarely have specific favourite pieces, but have a lot of favourite artists/composers. And one favourite performer, the pianist Joanna MacGregor, who plays a fascinating and eclectic range of music, and has written a series of really excellent piano tutors.

Favourite artists/composers are:

Edvard Grieg (especially the Holberg Suite)
Aaron Copland (the Clarinet Concerto)
Leonard Bernstein
Steve Reich (Tehillim being a particular favourite)
Philip Glass
Bach (particularly the Toccatas and Fugues to play)
Billy Bragg (14th of February is one of my favourite songs, and Tank Park Salute reduces me to tears. As does A New England when he plays it live and demands we all sing the extra verse Kirsty McColl wrote)
The Divine Comedy (particularly the 'Promenade' album)
Dusty Springfield
anything in the 60s girl group genre
Le Tigre
Joni Mitchell
Bjork (I know, a real 'love her or hate her' one. But I think she's ace!)

Author:  Emily [ Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:27 pm ]
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Hmm, lots and lots I could mention, but I won't; current favourites are The Shins, Joanna Newsom and Candide.

Author:  Jennie [ Sun Aug 27, 2006 3:39 pm ]
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What about Samuel Barber's 'Adagio for Strings'?

I love it, my elder son says it sounds like a tortured cat.

Allegri's 'Miserere' anyone?

Author:  Jennie [ Fri Sep 01, 2006 3:15 pm ]
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I've just found a wonderful new (to me) piece of music, by a modern Scottish composer, Stuart Mitchell. It's called 'The Seven Wonders Suite' and is written about the Seven Wonders of the ancient world.

Author:  Tamzin [ Sat Sep 09, 2006 10:18 pm ]
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Lizzie wrote:
*Virtually everything by Eels, especially 'Jeannie's Diary', 'Fresh Feeling' and 'Trouble with Dreams'

Yay - at last someone else who loves eels. Most people just look as though I'm mad when I mention this group. My favourites by them are :- "Flyswatter", "The Sound of Fear", "Efils Good", "Daisy Through Concrete", "Jeanie's Diary", "Going to Your Funeral", "Elizabeth on the bathroom Floor". And loads of others I can't think of right now.

As a non-exclusive list I also like Starsailor, Rufus Wainwright (especially "Foolish Love", Radiohead, Crash test Dummies, Prince (in all his incarnations), ELO, The Stranglers, Sparks ("This town ain't big enough for the both of us" is a work of genius), ELO, Jethro Tull ("Heavy Horses" always makes me cry), Suzanne Vega, REM, Queen, Adrian Belew, 10CC, Talking Heads, Ultravox, David Bowie, The B-52s

As for more classical works I can't even begin to choose a favourite. I love Grieg's Peer Gynt, Holst's Planets, Strauss' Blue Danube, Prokofiev's Romeo & Juliet.....And I think that's enough of my eclectic tastes to be gong on with right now!

Author:  Ronara [ Sat Sep 09, 2006 11:09 pm ]
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Jennie wrote:
What about Samuel Barber's 'Adagio for Strings'?

I love it, my elder son says it sounds like a tortured cat.

I love it, too.

Jennie wrote:
Allegri's 'Miserere' anyone?


Author:  Ruth [ Fri Sep 29, 2006 1:53 pm ]
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I think my most favourite piece of music would have to Flower of Scotland by the Corries. I can listen/watch them over and over again!

Author:  Ronara [ Sun Oct 01, 2006 3:56 am ]
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Ruth wrote:
I think my most favourite piece of music would have to Flower of Scotland by the Corries. I can listen/watch them over and over again!

If that's the version I think it is, it has a lovely descant/counterpoint in one or two of the verses.

Do you like Highland Cathedral at all, Ruth?

Author:  LL [ Sun Oct 01, 2006 3:48 pm ]
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Hmmm. Imogen Heap - Hide and Seek is amazing.
I rather like Faith Hill - Dearly Beloved - only recommended to unmarried folks though :wink:
And Alanis Morisette and Evanescence. Lots of it :D

Author:  Ruth [ Mon Oct 02, 2006 1:32 pm ]
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Ronara wrote:
Do you like Highland Cathedral at all, Ruth?

I love Highland Cathedral - it is one of the first tunes I played on the Pipes.

Author:  Lizzie [ Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:49 pm ]
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I just watched Down From The Mountain, a concert starring most of the musical performers from O Brother, Where Art Thou? including Alison Krauss, Union Station, Gillian Welch, Dave Rawlings and Emmy Lou Harris. Oh, so good. They make all the hairs on the back of my neck stand up...

Author:  Ruth [ Tue Oct 03, 2006 8:42 am ]
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Who else loves the hymns I Vow to Thee My Country and Abide With Me? I think they're lovely. I've got them on a CD played on the bagpipes.

Author:  Alison H [ Tue Oct 03, 2006 9:04 am ]
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Ruth wrote:
Who else loves the hymns I Vow to Thee My Country and Abide With Me? I think they're lovely. I've got them on a CD played on the bagpipes.

Me - I love both those hymns!

Author:  alicat [ Fri Oct 13, 2006 12:00 pm ]
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all of Queen

Amazing Grace

The Lord of the Rings Music

Up where We Belong

You Take my Breath Away

most of Bach

Oliver's Army

You're the Best Thing (Style Council)

and does anyone know if the music for the film Witness is a rip-off of something, something classical or original writen for the film, and where you can get it?

Author:  Jennie [ Sun Oct 15, 2006 2:03 pm ]
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The music for 'Witness' was written by Maurice Jarre. You might be able to find it somewhere, if you have a composer to look for.

Author:  Jennie [ Fri Dec 29, 2006 10:21 pm ]
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I bought myself the extended version of ELO's 'New World Record' today. Guess how many times I've played it.

Author:  Steph [ Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:22 am ]
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Tamzin wrote:
As a non-exclusive list I also like Rufus Wainwright (especially "Foolish Love"
As for more classical works I can't even begin to choose a favourite. I love Grieg's Peer Gynt

Squeee! Another Rufus fan- utterly fab isn't he? And I love Peer Gynt and had the pleasure of playing it when I played the violin :)

And Ruth- I also love Abide with Me. It's just a wonderful hymn.

Author:  Jennie [ Mon Feb 12, 2007 10:29 pm ]
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They're two of my favourite hyms as well. I also love 'Glorious Things of Thee are spoken, Zion city of Our God' and 'Immortal, Invisible, God only Wise'

Author:  Ronara [ Tue Feb 13, 2007 4:17 am ]
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Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol is probably my favourite song of the moment.

Author:  Lexi [ Tue Feb 13, 2007 11:30 am ]
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Ben Folds. More specifically, the acoustic version of Magic (which I've already decided is being played at my funeral), The Luckiest and Brick. Then to make me bop, Philosophy, Army and Song For The Dumped.

Lots and lots of Green Day and Bryan Adams :D

Then bands like The Kooks, Kaiser Chiefs, Arctic Monkeys. Oh, and The Automatic who I'm going to see on Thursday *hyper*

And there's always time to listen to some classic dance tracks :D

I can never narrow it down when it comes to picking my favourite songs though. Lonely Girl by Pink, Magic by Ben Folds and Amazing by Alex Lloyd are definitely on the list somewhere but it's all very changeable. Chasing Cars was up there until it got played to death on the radio and now I'm sick of it!

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