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Dark Country music for the The Chamber’s soundtrack.
Undoubtedly Bach’s darkest work, one can easily imagine this being played by the Phantom of the Opera in his underground lair.
Composed in 1874, this work refers to a late Medieval allegory about the universality of death. Per Wikipedia (q.v.), the xylophone included is to represent the rattling of bones.
Originally posted on Phil Slattery's Blog:
https://www.youtube.com/embed/yPe-AaaUfoM?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparent This is a hauntingly beautiful rendition of Leonard Cohen’s rather dark song “Suzanne”. I came across this just now and knew I had to share this. This is the first time I have ever heard of Pomme or H-Burns but I will…
Although this is not advertised as “dark”, this work by Erik Satie definitely has a dark, brooding air. Imagine yourself walking for hours along a dark, Parisian boulevard at night, your breath stinking of strong tobacco and Absinthe, during a thick fog sometime during the Second or early Third Republic, […]
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Sometimes in my YouTube account, I create playlists of music to help inspire my writing of one work or another. Below is my playlist “Diegaro”. “Diegaro” is Esperanto for Gathering of the Great Gods (Esperanto is the artificial language I use as the alien language). I listen to this sometimes […]
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