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musical rapture

Discussion in 'Personal' started by inky, Sep 5, 2015.

  1. inky

    inky Lead commenter

    There are Schubert and Schumann songs that have that quality. Others too, but I'm trying to keep my list small. I've just listened to Van Morrison's 'Like Young Lovers Do, which is as rapturous as anything.
     
  2. lindenlea

    lindenlea Star commenter

    Bach's St John's Passion does it for me. Can't pinpoint any modern music although there's lots I enjoy.Some electronic music can certainly takes you somewhere else.
     
  3. cosmosinfrance

    cosmosinfrance Star commenter

    Maria Callas singing Casta Diva makes me want to sob.....
     
  4. sparklepig2002

    sparklepig2002 Star commenter

    www.youtube.com/watch

    Ave Maria by Giulio Caccini.

    It has to be played on the cello.

    Beautiful-yet so sad.
     
  5. GLsghost

    GLsghost Star commenter

    Gundela Janowitz singing Beim Schlafengehen.

    Gerhild Romberger coming in on 'O Roeschen Roth" from Mahler 2 at the Proms a couple of years ago. I have never heard anything like it.
     
  6. rosievoice

    rosievoice Star commenter

    Allegri's Miserere makes my heart leap.
     
  7. kibosh

    kibosh Star commenter

    [​IMG] One of my favourites of all time. I may have posted it on here in the past. Sublime.

    Can't post youtube links directly anymore, but for those who are interested

    The Way Young Lovers Do
     
  8. Eureka!

    Eureka! Lead commenter

    I used to like VM but the roofing salesman that ripped me off reminded me of him! (when older).
     
  9. kibosh

    kibosh Star commenter

    Oh no!

    You could always get all your VM albums out and a black marker pen, scribble a different hairstyle, moustache, beard, glasses on VM's face . . . .job done. Or you may need to kill the roofing guy.

    Less drastic perhaps, invite the roofing guy round again and scribble on HIS face and shave off his hair.
     
  10. Jolly_Roger1

    Jolly_Roger1 Star commenter

    [View:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt9AyV3hnlc&feature=player_detailpage]

    Tutankhamun's trumpets being played. I first heard this way back in 72, when the exhibition first came to London, and it 'spooked me out'.
     
  11. May2

    May2 Established commenter

  12. lindenlea

    lindenlea Star commenter

    A hymn can be moving even for an atheist. How great though art starts so quietly with huge promise of a great chorus. I remember hearing it at a Pentecostal church we had gone to for a Billy Graham rally in about 1964. I'd never heard it before and when the congragation lifted their hands and their voices - well!
     
  13. grumpydogwoman

    grumpydogwoman Star commenter

    www.bbc.co.uk/.../b068tz6j

    Go 25 minutes in.

    Bobby McFerrin. Whatever you do today do THIS! DO IT! ALL OF YOU.



    [View:http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b068tz6j]
     
  14. grumpydogwoman

    grumpydogwoman Star commenter

  15. bombaysapphire

    bombaysapphire Star commenter

    My favourite piece of classical music is Erik Satie's Gymnopedie. For a bit of rousing pop I like Elbow's One Day Like This.
     
  16. kibosh

    kibosh Star commenter

    Inky might like this , too.


     
  17. felltogroundinberkeleysquare

    felltogroundinberkeleysquare Established commenter

    Always a woman to me is apparently my song according to someone. Fits.
     

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