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    Music advices

    Hi everyone!
    I am searching a music for the next year, and I have absolutely no ideas what to take and I don't want a music that is overused. Do you have any ideas on some musics you like?
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lillyfore
    Hi everyone!
    I am searching a music for the next year, and I have absolutely no ideas what to take and I don't want a music that is overused. Do you have any ideas on some musics you like?
    Thanks!
    Try the "Everything is Illuminated" soundtrack. It's a gypsy-type sound, and there are some great songs! Also I would suggest anything from "Cirque du Soleil." For this season, I'm using the music from the "Black Cat, White Cat" soundtrack, which is also excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sk8Gr808
    Try the "Everything is Illuminated" soundtrack. It's a gypsy-type sound, and there are some great songs! Also I would suggest anything from "Cirque du Soleil." For this season, I'm using the music from the "Black Cat, White Cat" soundtrack, which is also excellent.
    Thanks for these suggestions! I do not know the "Everything is illuminated" soundtrack but I usually like the gypsy music style!

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    Anything Ronan Hardiman or Danny Elfman. Hardiman does celtic music and Elfman does soundtracks. Also, the soundtrack to Amelie by Yann Tiersen is very lovely, and I saw you were French, so that might be fitting.
    Also, if you are a pretty good and can handle fast and complicated music, the group Bond is fabolous.
    Hope it's been usefull.

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    Hi, c_e_ahlen. Welcome to Golden Skate and thanks for posting!

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    Being as I am a big Fumie fan, Jesse Cook (has recently been using him) is great IMO. I heard that someone else was also using Al Dimiola - yep a guitar fan too. Gershwin is something I don't hear to often, and if you are feeling brave, The Cure has some great Instrumentals (look for Cure / Robert Smith B-sides) that have a lot of "freedom" to the timing along with being "new and innovative." They would mix easy as well.

    Good luck finding something you like

    Thanks for singing on to GS!

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