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2:19 AM
@TonyPhysicslover This is also like the above ones only , there are no instrumental versions ,but there are "instrumental covers". But yes , I can see the potential of this song for an instrumental version/cover.It will be awesome ! ^^
 
 
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4:35 AM
@Malavika welcome :).. good to see that you liked it .
@Malavika yup ,exactly
 
 
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dtn
6:13 AM
Hello everyone! I am new to this music community. I am not a professional musician, but I am an active listener. I love listening to new things, asking different questions about music, about genres, and trying to understand their intricacies.
At the moment I am very interested in the genres of progressive rock, progressive metal and technical death metal. In the process of searching, I repeatedly came across messages about the connection between classical music and these genres, and in particular, about the great influence of the music of the classical composer Igor Stravinsky on the technical death metal. Is this just a joke, or is this influence taking place? If so, how does it manifest itself?
 
@dtn hello and welcome to the room
@dtn i am not a expert but i think @Malavika can help
 
dtn
6:40 AM
Hello @Anthony
 
@dtn are you by any chance indian?
 
dtn
@Anthony no, I'm not an Indian, why are you asking this?
 
7:16 AM
@dtn this room happens to be supplementary to this main room

 Ragamalika

A chatroom for rasikas of Indian Classical and Light Music. Pl...
and this is for indian classical music
 
@Anthony When dtn posted their question in Sarvalaghu, I suggested that they post in the main chatroom for Music: Practice & Theory, “The Practice Room”, and in the same vein I also mentioned that we have some general musical chit-chat here :)
@Anthony and light music! ;)
(Although it’s questionable if “light music” has any well-defined meaning at all, hmm….)
 
@Namaskaram got any light music link at hand?
i don't know what that is
 
Someone once told me long ago that anything that is not pure classical but seems to have a strong basis in it is “light music”. My guess is that they meant that raga based film music should be called light music…? But nowadays I’m more and more convinced that the term has very little meaning.
But I’ll take that as an excuse to share what’s currently playing on my phone :D
 
@Namaskaram lmaoo
@Namaskaram i was wearing earphones and the mention of light so i turned up the vol
that was loud
how bout tis😎
 
7:35 AM
@Anthony hahahaha, oh no! XD
@Anthony bookmarked, entering the Academic area here now, I’ll ping you when I get to listen to it :)
 
@Namaskaram u student
?
 
8:13 AM
Ah, so this played when Cersei blew up the church…!
I remember finding the music amazing during that episode. Of course, the music only gets better when revisiting it! Thanks for sharing, this goes into one of my playlists now :D
@Anthony yup, I’m a PhD student :)
 
8:54 AM
@Namaskaram i can't help it, but please bear with me on this one
@Namaskaram the sept* to be precise and the sept of baleor to be very precise
@Namaskaram i remember meeting a IITB student here, is that u by any chance?
 
9:17 AM
@TonyPhysicslover No worries ! 😊
@TonyPhysicslover Piyush Mehroliya's voice is truly magical! Remind me as that of Arijit Singh's ...
 
 
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10:30 AM
@Anthony hahaha
@Anthony Yup, that was most likely me with my old account :)
@Anthony ohh right. That episode may also have been the last one of GoT that I viewed with any interest. Because I remember nothing after that.
 
@Namaskaram i knew it😎
@Namaskaram a good series indeed
 

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