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One of my favorite movie moments is John Powell's Forbidden Friendship, a wonderfully moving piece:

I am currently stuck on a Cirque du Soleil binge, the primary soundtrack being that of Totem. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YK8MPoOSI1k This show steals stuff from all over the world and makes some pretty heady compilations of styles. Also, the music for their film show, IRIS, by Danny Elfman (!) is great.

Lastly, the least important song for the movie of Chicago, also by Elfman, seemlingly written for no reason, but great:

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Some Golden Age music (my favourite era ^^):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9T_iyZlVEEY&feature=my_favorites&list=FLHU4x8LW_p_JCaPhQt0f4Mw

<--- My fair lady and stuff

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<-- Sea Hawk (Erich Korngold)

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<--- Gone with the Wind (Max Steiner)

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I now analysing gone with the wind. One can learn MUCH about orchestration and stuff from the score....

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There doesn't seem to be a proper place for the sharing of our favorite "popular" musics and what we can learn from them.

:musicwhistle:

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As far as popular music, some of the bands I like are The Moody Blues, The Eagles, The Dave Mathews Band, and of course The Beatles. They all have good lyrics, and are pretty musically creative and interesting.

:veryunsure: Wow, I just realized that list made me look pretty old.

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I have to say, My all time favorite composition has to be Mekong by Robert W. Smith

Mekong by Robert W. Smith: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1zZgQGKfp

 

A Close runner up is Undertown by John Mackey

Undertow by John Mackey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLFYAsvhCtE

 

And Finally my third, A piece I played for CMEA Eastern Regional Festival called Steel, by Randall D. Standridge

Steel by Randall D. Standridge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFT23v6JR1o

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Omg I accidentally stepped here and saw so much music that I thought I like and nobody else does!

There's the Mononoke soundtrack, the LOTR soundtrack and even HTTYD!!!

There are other people that like HTTYD! ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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