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I haven't been able to cry in.....? Unless laughing so hard droplets of water comes pouring out my eyes count. Although the closest I've ever been to is after watching Usagi Drop, Clannad, certain Hayao miyazaki movies, one particular Shōjo anime, Pikachu crying when Ash turned to stone as a result of mew and mew two's battle, or an act of kindness performed by another human being. Damn even with all them feels I still can't cry, I must be heartless.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:

I cry all the time, I get affected by the littlest things, like music for example.


There are some music pieces I don't listen to in public ever, like Pachelbel's Canon in D major, this always makes me teary.
Once, I was in a lecture, and this piece was attached to a video the lecturer showed us, and I couldn't stop myself from crying, lucky it was dark.

And there are some pieces I just avoid listening altogether because they just make me feel depressed, like Samuel Barber's Adagio for strings.
Every time I listen to this, it's like my heart is sinking to the bottom of the ocean or something.


Canon in D? Why? It's pretty boring.

Now Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2. Now THAT'S a piece to move mountains.

Here: http://youtu.be/DgYhcM5TB_c

Also, Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 1.

Here: http://youtu.be/xnSp_JbvzqE
Posted 7/18/13
Certain things I watch, songs I really get into emotionally and some situations. I don't like people seeing me cry, so I keep it to myself.
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I dont really cry. I only cry when I watch animes for some reason..
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I remember i used to cry alot. But then i went through some hardship for a bit and learned to just suck it up. when things got better i realized i was no longer able to cry at small or stupid things. One of the reasons i started watching anime was to see if i could actually feel sad or depressed (clannad and angel beats were the first i watched because people reviewed them as sad animes). I still have yet to shed a tear
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I used to cry a bit as a kid, but now that I'm older I don't really cry anymore. Even at supposedly sad things that other people cry at.
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I only cry if it really hits home , The first time I ever cried in front of my teammates was when we lost the saddle to our Rival but other then that it has usually been at funerals.
Posted 7/19/13 , edited 7/19/13

Squisky wrote:

Canon in D? Why? It's pretty boring.

Now Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2. Now THAT'S a piece to move mountains.

Here: http://youtu.be/DgYhcM5TB_c

Also, Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 1.

Here: http://youtu.be/xnSp_JbvzqE



Rachmaninov and Chopin are two of my favourite composers. Their compositions don't make me feel sad though. They make me feel romantic and I feel like I'm walking on the beach with a lover and then through a forest beside a waterfall.


Different composers make me feel different emotions; Bach and Vivaldi make me sad, Mozart makes me happy and Rachmaninov, Liszt and Chopin make me feel romantic.


Boring is a subjective word.
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Posted 7/19/13

GayAsianBoy wrote:


Squisky wrote:

Canon in D? Why? It's pretty boring.

Now Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2. Now THAT'S a piece to move mountains.

Here: http://youtu.be/DgYhcM5TB_c

Also, Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 1.

Here: http://youtu.be/xnSp_JbvzqE



Rachmaninov and Chopin are two of my favourite composers. Their compositions don't make me feel sad though. They make me feel romantic and I feel like I'm walking on the beach with a lover and then through a forest beside a waterfall.


Different composers make me feel different emotions; Bach and Vivaldi make me sad, Mozart makes me happy and Rachmaninov, Liszt and Chopin make me feel romantic.


Boring is a subjective word.


Bach makes you sad? That's rare. Bach composed baroque, it's so full of life. Yeah, 'boring' is subjective, that's why I was curious about why it moved you so much.
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Most recently I cried reading about the Congolese Genocide. Fuckin' imperialism...
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I cry whenever I see someone else crying, even people in movies. It can get annoying at times, but it lets me know that I can't be a horrible person because I care too much about other people.

I also cry when I hear animal stories especially about putting an animal to sleep.

But when I'm angry, I smile or grin like a psycho and people think I'm kidding.-
Posted 7/19/13

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Bach makes you sad? That's rare. Bach composed baroque, it's so full of life. Yeah, 'boring' is subjective, that's why I was curious about why it moved you so much.


For Pachelbel's Canon in D, the cello at the beginning and then when the violin comes in, it felt depressing.


For Bach, the Air Suite No. 3 and Cello Suites...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EleQhHSIP9k
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHzfD6XLK7Q

A lot of people find these compositions "relaxing", but they stir up a lot of emotions in me.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:


Squisky wrote:
Bach makes you sad? That's rare. Bach composed baroque, it's so full of life. Yeah, 'boring' is subjective, that's why I was curious about why it moved you so much.


For Pachelbel's Canon in D, the cello at the beginning and then when the violin comes in, it felt depressing.


For Bach, the Air Suite No. 3 and Cello Suites...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EleQhHSIP9k
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHzfD6XLK7Q

A lot of people find these compositions "relaxing", but they stir up a lot of emotions in me.


Naw man. Classical is not relaxing. Those people are full of crap. Classical is all drama, all the time. ALL the time. Goodness.

Do you know the narrative behind Chopin's 1st Piano Concerto? Movement 1 is when he was leaving Warsaw, his homeland. You can SEE the images. I don't understand how Classical music is relaxing.

Actually... in a way. You're right. Those cello suites, heck - even some of the Goldberg Variations have a sombre mood to them. But this is not too prevalent in his works.

I'm sure you've listened to the Brandenberg Concertos? Give the 3rd on a go. 3 movements.

Also...

Yes.

Listen to... Camille Saint-Saen's Cello Concerto 1. It's angry, and hurt and tumultuous. I think you'll like it.

http://youtu.be/F_DjeB2R2CE
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I cry when my eyes are dry.
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