cephalopodciting:

To Build A Home by The Cinematic Orchestra ft. Patrick Watson

One of the most profound performances I keep going back to. This is how I like my music:

music that absolutely breathes.

So glad I found out about Patrick Watson and his amazing band. I am obsessed and shall go crazy collecting everything they create…

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hylan:

Gruntilda’s Lair by Kyle Landry.

¡ JESUS !

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Patrick Watson. Sky Dancing

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Press play. It’s an angel Patrick Watson.

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darkmindbrightfuture:

Ludwig van Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata

Piano Sonata No. 14 in C♯ minor “Quasi una fantasia”, op. 27

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Wednesday, 16th March

sillywhatwell:

“Opening” from “Glassworks” by Philip Glass, performed on a Fender Rhodes by Cubus.

nouveaux-riches:

Clair de Lune - Claude Debussy

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Allemande. Keane.

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From Dziga Vertov’s Man with a Movie Camera. Originally a silent film, multiple scores have been written for it, but this is a section of the most complimentary composition. It’s a beautiful, breathing melody that evokes a sort of melancholy nostalgia; like stones in a dark lake, lying undisturbed under the surface of time.
If anyone knows the composer and name of the composition- which I wasn’t able to find- please edit this.

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Patrick Watson. Sit Down Beside Me.

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The Cinematic Orchestra ft. Patrick Watson. That Home.

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