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    Old but gold, listing dance and trance now a days.

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    My main music interests are sticking around classical music and jazz/blues. I tend especially toward instrumental music rather than vocal. And among the whole world of instrumental music I'm particularly fascinated by piano music. Actually, I do not mind some R&B, some electronic music. Additionally, my music tastes are constantly evolving so who knows what I might discover next?

  3. Music   -   #163
    Quote Originally Posted by chinwagger View Post
    among the whole world of instrumental music I'm particularly fascinated by piano music




    "I just remembered something that happened a long time ago."

  4. Music   -   #164
    The first two are quite melancholic. The third one sounds rather interesting. And BTW it looks interesting too. I would rate the performer piano technique as great. It has a little bit too much reverberation for my own taste, but it seems to be a requirement for contemporary music styles.
    I'm more into Classical and Jazz piano. As, for example, "Chopin Mazurka Op. 17 No. 4 Paderewski Rec. 1912" and "Oscar Peterson - Wave". However, I would say that you definitely intrigued me with the third video and I will check out more of those. Thanks for the share.




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    Laugh

    "I - V - VI - IV" and you're all done... I'm going to take this into account.

    Just for reference:
    IVviIV progression - Songs using the progression - Wikipedia

  7. Music   -   #167
    Quote Originally Posted by chinwagger View Post
    The first two are quite melancholic. The third one sounds rather interesting.
    The third is also melancholic in a different way, but it's okay, because that's where piano truly shines. As for the musical theory stuff, I know nothing about it and I'm happy that way; the more you analyze these things, the less you enjoy them.

    No offense to anyone except Idol.
    "I just remembered something that happened a long time ago."

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    Mellon Collie is an album by Smashing Pumpkins


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  9. Music   -   #169
    Quote Originally Posted by IdolEyes787 View Post
    Mellon Collie is an album by Smashing Pumpkins
    And a very good one.





    "I just remembered something that happened a long time ago."

  10. Music   -   #170
    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    the more you analyze these things, the less you enjoy them
    Good point. I can agree with you. Sometimes I find myself not listening to music, but analyzing music theory instead. But real art begins when you don't think about music theory while listening, even if you know it. This kind of thing begins when the performer is just playing with your emotions, touches your soul. Thus no matter what the style / genre is, it can become my favorite music, if I can feel it. That's actually might be the way I evaluate if the music is worthful.

    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    No offense to anyone except Idol.
    Now I know who speaks music language (knows music theory) on this forum.

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