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Music

#1 Post by apollos0fAlexandria » 7 years ago

Bobcat's postings under the YouTube query topic prompted me to start a general thread where we could share some music.

Here is something to get things going. Ofra Haza sadly died at the young age of 42. Her voice is beautiful and haunting. This piece based upon words from the Song of Solomon is very moving to me. I imagine perhaps a voice like this carrying through the streets of a city in the promised land sometime around dusk during Solomon's peaceful reign ...



Please share any music that appeals to you. No Biblical connection required. That piece just happened to resonate with me recently. Share any good music, from any genre, from any time period.

Apollos

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#2 Post by Bobcat » 7 years ago

Here are a few more . . .

Charlotte Church (what a voice!), from "A Beautiful Mind":


Thomas Newman, from "Shawshank Redemption":

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#3 Post by Bobcat » 7 years ago

Yanni, "Love Is All" with Vann Johnson:


Yanni, "Deliverance" also with vocals by Vann Johnson:

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#4 Post by Bobcat » 7 years ago

Another Yanni, "One Man's Dream":


From the other post -
"Cloud Diving":


James Newton Howard - "Solomon Vandy":

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#5 Post by apollos0fAlexandria » 7 years ago

There was an episode of "House M.D."that opened with this song (it was a rodeo scene), and in context I found it very haunting. If you saw it yourself you may know what I mean. It's an interesting piece in its own right though.

It's a little darker than the preceding music.


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#6 Post by Bobcat » 7 years ago

A couple from Hans Zimmer:

"Time"


"Light"

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#7 Post by Bobcat » 7 years ago

This might bring back memories for some: Sam Spence.

"Round Up"


"Pony Soldiers"


"The Over the Hill Gang"


"Classic Battle"


"Wild Bunch"


"Torpedo"

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#8 Post by Bobcat » 7 years ago

Two more theme songs from the past:

"Gathering Crowds"


PBS' "Nature" closing theme music

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#9 Post by apollos0fAlexandria » 7 years ago

Nice choices. Hans Zimmer's music is certainly not short on atmosphere. I love his film scores.

For soundtrack composers I also like Clint Mansell and Philip Glass for a couple just off the top of my head.

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#10 Post by Bobcat » 7 years ago

A light-hearted piece from "The Great Dane"

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