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Apart from all kinds of Latin (and I dance them pretty well I think, or tolerably at least), I mostly listen to Greek music.
Stelios Kazantzidis was considered to have one the best voices ever worldwide.
They used to say that "Singers like Stelios are born once in 500 years"
(I guess they say this for one singer in each country)
Unfortunately I'm too young and did not have the chance to listen him live...
stelios kazantzidis-agriolouloudo (wild flower)
STELIOS KAZANTZIDIS - YPARXO (I exist)
stelios kazantzidis - tis gerakinas gios (son of the hawk)
Listen to them if you have time, you'll understand what I mean, even though you don't know the language.
- 06-07-2009 #13
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Ermitage => Russian Memories => Matushka Volga
Kitaro, Medwyn Goodall, Adam and the Ants, Tchikofsky, Handel, Mahler and many others, but not all at the same time
Currently listening to Medwyn Goodall: Moon Goddess"When you have nothing to say, say nothing."
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I like to listen almost every kind of music from all over the world (well, except some extreme kind of rock or metals, they are not my things). Though, as a guy from India I hardly know all the blues or rock artistes that you mentioned. But, anyway I'll give my favourites here:
Artist - Ali Akbar Khan, Instrument - Sarod
Arist - Vilayet Khan, Instrument - Sitar
Artist - Nikhil Banerjee, Instrument - Sitar
Artist - D.V. Paluskar , Vocal
Artist - Rashid Khan, Vocal
(Note: I don't know how much you'll appreciate these as you may not be familiar with Indian Classics)
Songs by Rabindranath Tagore (the best song ever written, as most Bengali's think)
Beethoven's 6th, 9th, Violin Concerto, Triple Concerto
Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto (especially by Perlman), Swan lake, 1812
Mozart (Flute & Harp, Oboe concerto, Piano 1-5, 23), Bach (Goldberg variation, Violin concertos)
Ravel, Brahms, Chopin (almost all)
Schubert (The Trout)
Vivaldi's Four season (especially the Winter)
Viuxtamp, Saint Saens, Borodin, Enescu's Violin sonata, Rachmaninov, Mendelssohn, Sibelius, Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade etc etc etc.
Songs by Pavarotti, Placido Domingos, Boccelli, Maria Callas
Scottish Highland music - Bagpiper, Folk songs from over the world. Jazz - Dave Brubeck, Django Reinhardt
Neil Armstrong, Duke Ellington
Arlo Guthrie, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Dire Straits, Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead, John Denver, Don Mclean
Steve Vai, Malmsteen,
Jonas Hellborg, Shawn Lane.
Folk music of bengal.
Ahem, I think I should stop now.
(On a side note: I saw two or more people mentioned Kitaro, but I think if you listen to Classics, Kitaro would seem very superfluous and shallow)Imran
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