Posts Tagged: music

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The Hanging Tree (Hunger Games / Mockingjay Arrangement)

In the Hunger Games movie (Mockingjay Part 1), the rebels from District 2 sing “The Hanging Tree” while they’re mobilizing towards the hydroelectric dam — which it supports the power in The Capitol — started by Katniss. Beetee, supposed that it may inspire other rebels to fight against The Capitol, broadcasts the song throughout all… Read more »

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The National – Runaway

There’s no saving anything Now we’re swallowing the shine of the summer There’s no saving anything How we swallow the sun But I won’t be no runaway Cause I won’t run No I wont be no runaway What makes you think I’m enjoying being led to the flood? We got another thing coming undone And… Read more »

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The wisest penny ever spent – flash mob with an orchestra

“Ode to Joy” (German: “An die Freude”, first line: “Freude, schöner Götterfunken”) is an ode written in the summer of 1785 by German poet, playwright and historian Friedrich Schiller and published the following year in Thalia.   Schiller’s ‘Ode to Joy’ in its original, 1785 version An die Freude To Joy 1 Freude, schoener Goetterfunken, 1… Read more »

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Best Bride Videos

Beyonce – Best Think I never Had PS:It kicks off with Beyoncé singing, “What goes around comes back around,” before she proceeds to take a pop at a former lover after discovering his deceitful ways. After the trouble Jay Z had with Solange Knowles, I think I know about whom she was singing about… Shakira… Read more »

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Bastille – Flaws (Acoustic, Abbey Road)

I heard this song over a year back when my gay room-mate and then crush introduced me to Bastille. While I don’t particularly enjoy the Bastille videos (they are too dark even for a faux goth like me), I found this recording of Flaws at Abbey Road which is absolutely charming! Do you love it?… Read more »

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What Happens When Music Meets Brain

Music is a window on the brain, scientists say. Few human activities exercise as many brain functions: Playing music demands motor skill, and listening to it stimulates both feelings and intellectual faculties. Scientists now use music to study sense perception, emotions, coordination, timing and the functions of each of the brain’s hemispheres. The relationship between… Read more »

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Morcheeba – Enjoy the ride

Shut the gates and sunset After that you can’t get out You can see the bigger picture Find out what it’s all about You’re open to the skyline You won’t want to go back home In a garden full of angels You will never be alone But oh the road is long The stones that… Read more »

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This melody is stuck in my mind

I have been naughty again. Been watching anime non stop for the last 6 hours. It’s way past midnight here and I’m writing this with one statement in mind: “I shall not hate jazz anymore.” I have been to a jazz concert and the only thing I could think about then was the fact that… Read more »