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Posted 3/12/13
I'm not sure if these quite fit your purely classical taste, but they're very nice instrumental pieces.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PEGDGxZdzA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0AvO0oBmUA
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Here are some of my favorites, but I warn you! These piano songs are extremely sad ones.



I listen piano songs very much. They help me relax and sometimes I can even share a tears with them.
I am pianist my self and I have also created my own songs. Who knows if i'm really going show them to you someday!


I love the Gintama OST, Okami OST, Nabari OST, and Wolf's Rain so much! I didn't really get into Therru's song, but that's just me. The other four will be added to my daily music. They're fantastic! Thank you.
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Posted 3/12/13

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I'm not sure if these quite fit your purely classical taste, but they're very nice instrumental pieces.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PEGDGxZdzA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0AvO0oBmUA


I wouldn't say that I'm purely classical; Instrumental/ambience music are a big part too!

DJ Okawari is actually closely related to Nujabes in terms of music similarities. If you go to DJ Okawari videos, you'll more than likely see Nujabes' name in the most recent comments somewhere. Anyways, I'm also saying that Nujabes has already been one of my favorites as well! There are other DJ's like them, and if you like Nujabes/Okawari you should like this too - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmCW6T-IN68

Also, I like this Emancipator song! It's perfect for times such as when I'm having an intense study session or if I'm painting/drawing seriously.

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I'm a big fan of Okawari, his stuff is fantastic! Thanks for the link btw, really enjoyed it. Hadn't heard of Nao before now.

Most of Emancipator's work is like this. His newest album, Dusk to Dawn, is great, and I'd recommend checking it out if you haven't.

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Posted 3/15/13
Meee!!
I love YIRUMA!
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Posted 3/15/13

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Meee!!
I love YIRUMA! :)


Yayyyyy! *high five*
I love his music too!
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Posted 3/15/13
I like Bill Evans, Gonzales (Chilly Gonzales), Goldmund, Harold Budd, Nils Frahm, Peter Broderick, Robert Glasper, Makoto Yoshimori and Shiro Sagisu.
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Posted 3/16/13
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVuP1BjbhAg

Amazing performance!
She can manipulate time!
I am not at that speed yet but I love practicing that piece.
So empty for colours. No need for emotions. Just pure awesomeness!
I need a new Yamaha piano and better health. Then I go all in working on that piece again.
Playing Rachmaninov really kills off your back and shoulders. Using proper technics while sitting.
Sit straight. Stand properly on fingers, Practice ten thousand of times until you got it 300 percent.
This is not a day work but year work or more. Perfection for every note. Not all piano songs or music is like these but maths can somehow be put into this. You play like a machine until the last small part that gets a rush of feelings then finish!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVuP1BjbhAg

This is the complete oposite contrast. This song is deep. You really have to put your emotions into that piece. Like sending your soul inside the piano and dance around the keys. Space out of time and feel the moment. This song is really beautiful. I got the first part but the second part gets harder. Oh damn I want to play piano again! Brings back more than memories. <3
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Posted 3/16/13

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I like Bill Evans, Gonzales (Chilly Gonzales), Goldmund, Harold Budd, Nils Frahm, Peter Broderick, Robert Glasper, Makoto Yoshimori and Shiro Sagisu.


I'll be sure to check all of them out!
Shiro Sagisu's work for Bleach has been one of my favorites for a long time as well.


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVuP1BjbhAg

Amazing performance!
She can manipulate time!
I am not at that speed yet but I love practicing that piece.
So empty for colours. No need for emotions. Just pure awesomeness!
I need a new Yamaha piano and better health. Then I go all in working on that piece again.
Playing Rachmaninov really kills off your back and shoulders. Using proper technics while sitting.
Sit straight. Stand properly on fingers, Practice ten thousand of times until you got it 300 percent.
This is not a day work but year work or more. Perfection for every note. Not all piano songs or music is like these but maths can somehow be put into this. You play like a machine until the last small part that gets a rush of feelings then finish!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVuP1BjbhAg

This is the complete oposite contrast. This song is deep. You really have to put your emotions into that piece. Like sending your soul inside the piano and dance around the keys. Space out of time and feel the moment. This song is really beautiful. I got the first part but the second part gets harder. Oh damn I want to play piano again! Brings back more than memories. <3


Holy crap, she CAN manipulate time. Her Little Red Riding Hood song looks like as if she has the power to fast forward everything. That is so amazing. I'm almost 100% sure that I won't be learning that song in my future, haha, but wow. That is just breathtaking.

By the way, you posted the same link twice.
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Posted 3/16/13
I love the piano. It is my favourite instrument, next to the violin.

Here are some of my favourite pieces:

God Knows piano ver. from Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu by Aya Hirano
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywvOM9QFge4&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI&index=6

Lacie - Pandora Hearts
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSh-YywIL00&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI

Passion - Kingdom Hearts II
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yC8JTAchvqc&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI

Ichiban no Takaramono from Angel Beats composed by Jun Maeda
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzUQbOYb3QI&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI

Bloody Tears from Castlevania
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qHoALg4Ydk&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI

I Say Yes Wedding ver. from Zero no Tsukaima II
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDrvB2rvebc&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI&index=60

Oh, and also the OSTs from the anime, AnoHana. They're beautfiul, and you should check them out and the anime itself, if you already haven't. I would post more, because I love so many, but I think this is more than enough, lol.

And I also like the pieces you posted. Very nice.
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Posted 3/16/13
And her, Tsegue-maryam Guebrou.

http://youtu.be/GnB_hbtu3wo
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Posted 3/16/13 , edited 3/16/13

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I love the piano. It is my favourite instrument, next to the violin.

Here are some of my favourite pieces:

God Knows piano ver. from Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu by Aya Hirano
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywvOM9QFge4&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI&index=6

Lacie - Pandora Hearts
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSh-YywIL00&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI

Passion - Kingdom Hearts II
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yC8JTAchvqc&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI

Ichiban no Takaramono from Angel Beats composed by Jun Maeda
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzUQbOYb3QI&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI

Bloody Tears from Castlevania
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qHoALg4Ydk&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI

I Say Yes Wedding ver. from Zero no Tsukaima II
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDrvB2rvebc&list=PLeybdWO4o5FpBSwF6FGkvCUd4ae2xShBI&index=60

Oh, and also the OSTs from the anime, AnoHana. They're beautfiul, and you should check them out and the anime itself, if you already haven't. I would post more, because I love so many, but I think this is more than enough, lol.

And I also like the pieces you posted. Very nice.


I LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE THESE!

Violin too? Dang! I should have made this a violin + piano thread. I also have lots of violin songs; I play violin as well.

I like all of these songs. I'm going to have them added to my music library too. ^^ Thanks for sharing.

I would share all the ones I like, but there's just too much to keep track of.

It's awesome how there are so many amazing people on Crunchyroll that I can relate to in terms of music. No one where I live has the same taste at all. Many thanks!
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Posted 3/16/13


Haha, I'm glad you love them. And same thing goes for me too; my taste in music is quite different from most people around my area as well.

I have many songs that I can't keep track of, lol. If you have any other piano/violin songs you think I'd like, please, share them!
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Posted 6/9/13 , edited 6/9/13
I love classical music. Hard to go past Beethoven's 'Moonlight Sonata', but Sindig's 'Rustle of spring' on the piano is quite amazing. Yann Tiersen's soundtracks for the movies Amelie and Goodbye Lenin are also among my favourites
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Yes! Right here. I can play alittle
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