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Old 10-15-2015, 06:42 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Nice, Frownland.

Wudadi, thanks for posting those. Some of them were beautiful, particularly the 1st and 3rd. I didn't like the 2nd, it sounded like 'gameshow' music somehow. I understand now when you said a lot of Asian music is difficult to find unless you can read/write the language.
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Old 10-15-2015, 07:49 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Is Yagi a part of a subgenre of Asian music that I don't know much about? I'd love to hear more like this.
I'll talk about Japanese music later, because Japanese music is the most famous Asian music in the world. Again, Nowadays, Japan is a Music Empire. Japan has tons of famous music and tons of famous composers.

Deal with Japanese music is a huge program, Now I just want to talk some Manchu music first, but nobody care about Manchu music................:

Alright, I share a few Japanese epic music for you, but I have no time to explain it. There are too many great Japanese composers, so you just need to search XARA and Kiyoshi Yoshida first.










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Old 10-16-2015, 10:34 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Some beauties there.
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Old 10-21-2015, 03:02 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Some beauties there.
Share a few Han Chinese songs.

First video title: Rivers & Mountains(=country/territory) Snowing




Second video title: Rivers & Lakes(= all corners of the country)




Third video title: Fusang Tree(Beijing Opera about oppose Manchu Qing dynasty and recover Han-Chinese Ming dynasty)

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Old 10-22-2015, 11:49 AM   #25 (permalink)
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Thanks, Wudadi. Gotta be honest, I didn't enjoy those as much, probably because I don't consider Chinese a very attractive language to listen to. But please keep them coming. I like the majority of the stuff you've shared and am eager for more.
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Old 10-22-2015, 08:17 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Thanks, Wudadi. Gotta be honest, I didn't enjoy those as much, probably because I don't consider Chinese a very attractive language to listen to. But please keep them coming. I like the majority of the stuff you've shared and am eager for more.
The first song has a lot of dialogue/speak. It's about Taoism theory, that's why I share this song for you. But you don't understand Chinese..........

I can share some Han Chinese songs that maybe change your mind that "Chinese a very attractive language to listen to"

Never mind, two Han Chinese Pipa (Chinese lute) music for you, I'm sure you'll like it.

The first one: Pleasure




The second one: Language of Pipa (Chinese lute)




Btw, the Taoism, the "Tao" should pronounce "Dao" not "T" is "D", I don't know why English translate it wrong pronunciation, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese also pronounce "D" sound.

Chinese characters are hieroglyphs, Dao=道, 道= 辶(road) + 首(head). Road also means the right way of your life, and the way forward. Head also means people's mind/idea and choice.

Therefore, Dao=道(regular meaning is road) also means: At the crossroads, someone=道 pull a stray person's hand(old "道" has a "hand" word in "道") and lead the right way, also means the road that people walked and experienced-It's 道 Dao(is an ideology/the right way that you must find out and comprehend it by yourself).

Main idea about Taoism(Daoism) is "inaction can rule the country/can get nature balance, people should comply with the laws of nature, and people should cleanse their heart and limit their desires"

Taoism(Daoism) also combine Yin & Yang theory. As your know, Yin(like night, moon, cold, winter, foot, woman....) and Yang(like day, sun, hot, summer, head, man.... ) are theory of relativity. like Tai Ji Diagram(Yin & Yang symbol or diagram of the universe) South Korean national flag is a skew Tai Ji Diagram, so traditional Korean music like a skew Han Chinese music.

I think you need to use 道 replace English word(just pronunciation no hieroglyphs meaning) and 禅(Zen, Buddhism ideology) as your signature, it'll let you seem more professional. Japanese also use these two characters and Korean also can understand these two Chinese characters.

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Old 10-23-2015, 05:58 AM   #27 (permalink)
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Lovely tunes. Enjoyed those.

Regarding Taoism, in English the word is usually spelt 'Tao' (sometimes 'Dao') but is always pronounced 'Dao'. Tao translated in English means the 'Way' or 'Path' or increasingly 'Process' but it's an ambiguous word with enigmatic meaning and, as you say, the only way to even half understand it is to experience it first hand.

My signature is a pun, a simple play on words, but with deep meaning for those with knowledge of Zen and Taoism. A friendly, cheeky poke in the eye of Zen. I didn't come up with it myself though.
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...but you don't have a signature.
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...but you don't have a signature.
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Old 10-23-2015, 11:50 AM   #30 (permalink)
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...but you don't have a signature.
I know but Wudadi called it a sig and I knew what he meant and so I left it at that.

Language is for communicating and if it does that then it serves its purpose. Spelling, grammar, calling something that's this that or that this, I pay that stuff no mind.

Edit: nice (Korean, I think) tune from a great movie:


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