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The Icon Bar: The Playpen: What would your soundtrack be?
 
  What would your soundtrack be?
  adrianl (14:47 25/1/2015)
  VincceH (15:36 25/1/2015)
    adrianl (20:06 6/2/2015)
      ilcook (22:39 6/2/2015)
        VincceH (11:15 7/2/2015)
        adrianl (11:55 7/2/2015)
  flowsnake (12:01 28/6/2015)
 
Adrian Lees Message #123480, posted by adrianl at 14:47, 25/1/2015
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Simple as that; films are greatly uplifted by the presence of music, often seeded gradually throughout the film before it becomes a fully conscious experience. Life, sadly, lacks that. What would yours be? I have a big thing for Addaggio for Strings

And probably anything by Einaudi, but especially Divenire.

[Edited by adrianl at 14:52, 25/1/2015]
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VinceH Message #123481, posted by VincceH at 15:36, 25/1/2015, in reply to message #123480
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Are we reflecting in music us as a person, or the things we are doing?

The music in films (if done well) can cover both (IYSWIM); a consistent style to suit the nature of the film, the pace of which changes according to what's happening.

I dunno. Eric Satie, perhaps.
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Adrian Lees Message #123500, posted by adrianl at 20:06, 6/2/2015, in reply to message #123481
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Are we reflecting in music us as a person, or the things we are doing?
Either. I'm just harvesting suggestions so that my ever-burgeoning CD collection* can finally achieve its goal of causing the gravitational collapse of the planet >big grin

I dunno. Eric Satie, perhaps.
Thank you.


* Yes, CDs, I'm 40 this year. Deal with it smile
Plus I actually /own/ what I've bought.
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Ian Cook Message #123501, posted by ilcook at 22:39, 6/2/2015, in reply to message #123500
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* Yes, CDs, I'm 40 this year. Deal with it smile
Plus I actually /own/ what I've bought.
UPSTART, because I've still got my vinyl collection, so ner. Devil wink Oh by the way I've passed my 50th.

[Edited by ilcook at 22:40, 6/2/2015]
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VinceH Message #123502, posted by VincceH at 11:15, 7/2/2015, in reply to message #123501
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UPSTART, because I've still got my vinyl collection, so ner.
You aren't the only one!

Although I can't do anything useful with it - you know, crazy insane stuff like actually listening to it.
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Adrian Lees Message #123503, posted by adrianl at 11:55, 7/2/2015, in reply to message #123501
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Hah smile

I have a couple of audio cassettes (and rather a lot of computer tapes, having started on - been corrupted by? - the Electron), but that's as far back as I go.
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Dave Null Message #123677, posted by flowsnake at 12:01, 28/6/2015, in reply to message #123480
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4'33" by John Cage, definitely.
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The Icon Bar: The Playpen: What would your soundtrack be?