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post Mar 9 2011, 07:49 AM
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This comedian rants about why he hates Pachelbel biggrin.gif



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post Mar 9 2011, 08:45 AM
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Awesome! Truly awesome!

This reminded me of this video I saw:




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post Mar 9 2011, 10:04 AM
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I'm still laughing! Freaking brilliant laugh.gif


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Great! thanks for sharing!


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post Mar 9 2011, 03:22 PM
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Hilarious! smile.gif

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post Mar 10 2011, 02:21 AM
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You guys made my night. Absolutely hysterical!

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post Mar 10 2011, 10:28 AM
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Enjoyed both videos... good start of my day smile.gif


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post Mar 10 2011, 11:14 AM
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QUOTE (Justin Myrick @ Mar 9 2011, 02:45 AM) *
Awesome! Truly awesome!

This reminded me of this video I saw:




Brilliant biggrin.gif


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post Mar 10 2011, 09:49 PM
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Briliant smile.gif "Punk is a joke, it's really just Baroque". A great insight in to how much influence classical music has had on western music in general. It's truly pervasive. To get away from it, you really have to go east. Eastern music, in particular music from Arab countries, makes wide use of micro tonal scales and continuously variable tonality and time signature. The music sort of flows, rather than following a hard time signature. This is also the root of what has become "New Age" music which is a sort of blending of Eastern elements along with some Jazz elements.

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post Mar 11 2011, 03:41 PM
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You're 100% right, Todd.
I lately bought the most rectn albums by the awesome eastern metal bands Orphaned Land and Melechesh. While Melechesh is somewhat more black metal-ish, I would recommend Orphaned Land to anybody here as they mix lots of metal styles plus eastern melodies to outstanding songs.


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I've been hearing about Melecesh recently, what do you think of them? They are all from Israel right? Based in the Netherlands now I think. I haven't heard much of their stuff but I was sort of hoping it would bring a bit of an Eastern tinge to mix. I"ll check out Orphaned as well. Thanks for the tip smile.gif

Speaking of Western/Baroque traditions, anybody dig Nightwish? They are virtually uknown here in the states but are considered the progenitors of the Symphonic / Gothic Metal movement that is gaining quite a bit of traction in the Global Metal community. They have influenced a variety of bands from Lacuna Coil to Epica. Their original vocalist is a fully qualified Opera singer and sort of started the "Classically trained Mezzo Soprano Female" singer leading a metal band tradition that has flowered since.

In this vein of metal, the Baroque influence is quite clear. Classical orchestration, sometimes with a full orchestra and vocals derived directly from traditional operatic forms. Honestly, this music is simply over the heads of many metal fans here in the states. Music education is one thing we just don't do that well here it seems. Many of our best musicians are entirely self taught. This has had a positive impact in some respects, but negative in others. The general ability of listeners to appreciate complex musical forms is somewhat diminished here as compared to Europe which saddens me greatly. I hope this changes as time goes on.

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You're 100% right, Todd.
I lately bought the most rectn albums by the awesome eastern metal bands Orphaned Land and Melechesh. While Melechesh is somewhat more black metal-ish, I would recommend Orphaned Land to anybody here as they mix lots of metal styles plus eastern melodies to outstanding songs.


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Todd, you might wanna check the band Leaves' Eyes when it comes to symphonic metal. I saw them live opening for Kamelot last year.
As for eastern metal, both Orphaned Land and Melechesh bring quite a bunch of traditional eastern/arabian melodies into their music. I suggest you check Orphaned Land first if that is what you seek smile.gif


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post Mar 12 2011, 09:46 AM
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When it comes to eastern metal, Amaseffer is really good as well imo


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