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HikariX
Posted: Jul 30, 2005 4:02 pm Reply with quote
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Well beside j-pop and j-rock, i really like Orchestra & Crossover music, so i wonder if there anyone like those stuff as decided to make a topic on that so ppl can share wad they had, and tok about it here. If any ppl want a taste on this kind of music, i can post some here
 
Rinoa
Posted: Jul 31, 2005 6:59 pm Reply with quote
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Yup I do love that kind of music myself =)
 
spellcheck
Posted: Jul 31, 2005 11:20 pm Reply with quote
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I love classical music, but I have no idea what crossover music is...>.<;; I particularly like the works of Nobuo Uematsu, who did the composing for most of the "Final Fantasy" series. I attended the "Final Fantasy: Dear Friends" concert a week ago today, and it was probably one of the greatest experiences of my life. I still get all giddy thinking about how great it was. Love If I had to use one word to describe his work, that word would definitely be "GENIUS". Anyway, if no one's heard any of it, I could upload something. Wink
 
spirus
Posted: Aug 01, 2005 6:15 am Reply with quote
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i like sarah brightman
i think shes very talended at her style
do u know her?
 
Jason
Posted: Aug 01, 2005 8:10 am Reply with quote
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I have lotsa classical, modern classic n new age pieces. Any request i will try to upload for you guys. Boogie
 
HikariX
Posted: Aug 01, 2005 10:48 am Reply with quote
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spellcheck wrote:
I particularly like the works of Nobuo Uematsu, who did the composing for most of the "Final Fantasy" series. I attended the "Final Fantasy: Dear Friends" concert a week ago today, and it was probably one of the greatest experiences of my life. I still get all giddy thinking about how great it was. Cool If I had to use one word to describe his work, that word would definitely be "GENIUS". Anyway, if no one's heard any of it, I could upload something. Wink

Wow u went to the concert, yeah i'am a final fantasy fan too, u have stuff on ff concert i will like to exchange with u, if u want. Well crossover are like when pop meets orchestra or rock + classical, u know the song To Zanakand, i had the crossover vr which is rock, by the black mages, a rock band of Nobuo Uematsu Giggle


Jason wrote:
I have lotsa classical, modern classic n new age pieces. Any request i will try to upload for you guys. Boogie

jason if u want u can name some, so we can exchange & share. by the way are u from bands too.


spirus wrote:
i like sarah brightman
i think shes very talended at her style
do u know her?

Yup i know her, heard that she is one of the person that can sing the highest pitch. U know that song she sung, acting as an blue alien, actually i forgot the name haha, anyway u know The Era, a new age oprea stuff, if u like sarah ,u may like it.

Sry for my long reply, because i wanna reply to every 1 Sad
 
spellcheck
Posted: Aug 01, 2005 1:13 pm Reply with quote
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HikariX wrote:
Wow u went to the concert, yeah i'am a final fantasy fan too, u have stuff on ff concert i will like to exchange with u, if u want. Well crossover are like when pop meets orchestra or rock + classical, u know the song To Zanakand, i had the crossover vr which is rock, by the black mages, a rock band of Nobuo Uematsu Giggle


There's no CD from that concert, but if there ever is one, I'm DEFINITELY buying it. There is "20020220" or something with a bunch of 2's and 0's which was a concert and now it's a CD. Anyway, I don't have any live concert CDs yet. I have the original soundtrack to "VII", "Fithos Lusec Wecos Vinosec", and the piano collections of "VIII" and "IX", which I can upload if you really want me to. Oh, and I also have that "Mahoroba" album, but I think it's mostly crap. If you're looking for other "Final Fantasy" music .mp3s, probably the best site I've found is "Galbadia Hotel". I've actually been looking for a site like it for a while and I just found it yesterday. It's the most complete "Final Fantasy" music site I've seen.

http://gh.ffshrine.org/

Ahh, ok. I understand what you mean by crossover now. Thanks! Laughing
 
Jason
Posted: Aug 02, 2005 1:05 am Reply with quote
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HikariX wrote:
by the way are u from bands too

Yes i joined the band when i in my secondary skool, i played Euphonium.


spellcheck wrote:
There's no CD from that concert

You sure there is no CD from the concert? I have whole concert pieces in my pc, i can upload this if you want.


Anyway, i will upload some nice pieces after i format my pc.
 
spirus
Posted: Aug 02, 2005 6:00 am Reply with quote
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HikariX wrote:
Yup i know her, heard that she is one of the person that can sing the highest pitch. U know that song she sung, acting as an blue alien, actually i forgot the name haha

the only thing that came in my mind is at the movie fifth element..wow i remember her name too, lady plavalaguna Tongue
shes one of the few western artist i enjoy listening, though her soothing sound isnt always helping to listen to her like every moment
ive got her album harem, its really enjoyable ^__^
 
HikariX
Posted: Aug 02, 2005 6:58 am Reply with quote
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spellcheck wrote:
Oh, and I also have that "Mahoroba" album, but I think it's mostly crap

Wad is the Mahoroba u toking about Confused
Anyway thks for that site u give me, i found stuff i wanted

spirus wrote:
he only thing that came in my mind is at the movie fifth element..wow i remember her name too, lady plavalaguna Tongue

Yes thats wad i was toking about , a vr sad movie.

Jason wrote:
Yes i joined the band when i in my secondary skool, i played Euphonium

oh, i play the saxephone,wad songs u played before, or u any any fav songs.


Anyway does any 1 of u here know X japan, they are also vr crossover too, if u all wad i can upload some of their songs, its a Rock+classical. Boogie
 
Jason
Posted: Aug 02, 2005 7:15 am Reply with quote
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spirus wrote:
the only thing that came in my mind is at the movie fifth element..wow i remember her name too, lady plavalaguna Tongue

Haha, if not mistaken, the song actually not fully sang by the lady. Which means they actually added some computer effect on that particular song. Smile


HikariX wrote:
wad songs u played before, or u any any fav songs.

I played lotsa pieces before, "Rhapsody for Hannukah", "Oregon", "Magnificient Seven" were some of pieces that i love. Love
How bout you?
 
spellcheck
Posted: Aug 02, 2005 8:11 am Reply with quote
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Jason wrote:

spellcheck wrote:
There's no CD from that concert

You sure there is no CD from the concert? I have whole concert pieces in my pc, i can upload this if you want.


I'm pretty sure there's no CD yet, as the concert was last Sunday. Laughing But hey, I'd love to hear whatever you have, if you don't mind! Nod

"Mahoroba"...I really don't know how to describe it. Is it on the site? If not, I can upload it if you're curious.
 
spirus
Posted: Aug 02, 2005 9:04 am Reply with quote
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Jason wrote:
Haha, if not mistaken, the song actually not fully sang by the lady. Which means they actually added some computer effect on that particular song. Smile

yeah the raised the pitch of her voice even more o.o..i guess its impossible to be sung live lol..like they did at ayus kanariya lol thats why theres no live of it
btw fifth element is one of my fave movies of such genre of course..basicly because there was romance lol

back on topic..do u know of emma sapplin?
also there was a beauty contest here and they brough a black woman and she was singing quite allright..then said her style is opera and rnb..i dont remember her name but i caught the album title - forbidden (she said she named it so because all the good things are forbidden ^__^)
 
Jason
Posted: Aug 03, 2005 4:34 am Reply with quote
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spellcheck wrote:
I'm pretty sure there's no CD yet, as the concert was last Sunday.

Woops sory, i didnt know you were talking bout the concert on last week.Embarassed
Anyway, i really hope that will be a concert of Nobuo Uematsu in Malaysia. Laughing

*EDIT
Here are some of my favourite pieces which i(n eyn) played before.
Magnificient Seven by E.Berstein
Oregon by Jacob de Hann
Rhapsody for Hannukah by Stephen Bulla


Last edited by Jason on Aug 03, 2005 7:28 am; edited 2 times in total
 
spellcheck
Posted: Aug 03, 2005 6:09 am Reply with quote
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Jason wrote:
Woops sory, i didnt know you were talking bout the concert on last week.Embarassed
Anyway, i really hope that will be a concert of Nobuo Uematsu in Malaysia. Laughing


Ahh, that's ok. It happens. Nod I didn't take it offensively, if that's what you meant. Laughing

I agree. I think Nobuo Uematsu should tour the world. This kind of stuff changes people. Laughing
 
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