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Album: Una Mattina
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Released: 2004
Length: 3:34
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 jadewahoo wrote:
I'm sure this is fine music, if you like this kinda stuff. I don't.
 
This has what it takes to work for me! Beeea-utiful!
 trekhead wrote:
Lecter dinner music.
 
{#Eek}  {#Stupid} {#Yes} {#Roflol}
mmm....chianti

 
trekhead wrote:
I believe he's currently sawing the brain cap off a dirty cop.
Lecter dinner music.
 


All right, I give.  I'm gonna have to go buy this guy's stuff.  Muy excellente!
I'm sure this is fine music, if you like this kinda stuff. I don't.
 Shesdifferent wrote:
Tranquil...but maybe not at lunch time
 

Just the right time to be tranquil, bring on a glass of merlot, kick off the shoes, chill & recharge for the afternoon and home stretch. I really enjoy his compositions.
Very beautiful. Almost sad to turn off my pc and head home. Ya'll enjoy your weekend!
This guy has to be one of the best composers of all time. This album can transport you anywhere...I know, I thought that I was in heaven on a 13 hour flight...in coach.
Mugro wrote:
Please do not call this muzak. Muzak is disgusting fake music that we all despised growing up that we would hear in grocery stores and elevators. Even the term Muzak evokes memories of the late seventies and all the dreck that came with that. This music is beautiful original music, and therefore not musak.
I remember as a young lad working at McDonald's, a couple of my coworker's and I turned the muzak up to 10 and laughed ourselves silly watching all the older folks (it was around 11 am on a weekday)screaming at each other trying to carry on conversations.
diane wrote:
... the chanting part is the ONLY part and it's pretty unpalatable.
I just figured it out. You're talking about the Peter Gabriel song that followed Ludovico Einaudi. It's an excellent segue, although I think if I had to listen to an hour of it, I'd definitely choose the piano over the chanting. I think it's lovely.
diane wrote:
... the chanting part is the ONLY part and it's pretty unpalatable.
Mother? Why do you want me to kill her mother? :?
Tranquil...but maybe not at lunch time
yawn, not the best time of day for this one.......
diane wrote:
... the chanting part is the ONLY part and it's pretty unpalatable.
What chanting? I only heard piano and violins. Now, the following song (Peter Gabriel - Ngankarrparni) has lots of chanting....
simplesimon wrote:
classically tinged muzak...the chanting part makes it palatable.
Please do not call this muzak. Muzak is disgusting fake music that we all despised growing up that we would hear in grocery stores and elevators. Even the term Muzak evokes memories of the late seventies and all the dreck that came with that. This music is beautiful original music, and therefore not musak.
beelzebubba wrote:
Soundtrack music for a Merchant-Ivory film. Where's Anthony Hopkins?
I believe he's currently sawing the brain cap off a dirty cop. Lecter dinner music.
I rather like it....
This sounds a LOT like Yann Tiersen. Of "Amélie" soundtrack fame.
Soundtrack music for a Merchant-Ivory film. Where's Anthony Hopkins?
very pleasant
... the chanting part is the ONLY part and it's pretty unpalatable.
classically tinged muzak...the chanting part makes it palatable.
simply beautiful........
very nice. .