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Enya – The Song Of The Sandman (Lullaby) – YouTube   Leave a comment

Enya – The Song Of The Sandman (Lullaby) – YouTube.

“Can you hear the night’s deep song?
All the shadows say
Telling you when you’re asleep,
Tears will fade away
Dream of morning’s golden light
When you and I will leave the night …

And when the moon is high and bright,
Stars will shine on you

Dream of morning’s golden light
When you and I will leave the night …

Make a wish and when you close your eyes
I will come to you

Dream of morning’s golden light
When you and I will leave the night …

Make a wish and when you close your eyes
I will come to you……”

Posted October 18, 2014 by arnoneumann in Enya, Music Video, Music with Meaning

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Eyes Can Hear | design mind   Leave a comment

 

Jared Ficklin in this blog article states : ” Making sound visible is a hobby of mine. After years pursuing real-time sound visualization, I became intrigued by the idea of eliminating time and allowing listeners to take in an entire song as a single visual impression. The result reveals an unseen beauty. “

Eyes Can Hear | design mind.

▶ George Whyman & Laura Lebensfroh – Freedom (Original Mix) – YouTube   Leave a comment

For 2014 : Freedom for your heart and for your soul ! ….” and you shall know the truth…..and the truth shall set you free “.

 

▶ George Whyman & Laura Lebensfroh – Freedom (Original Mix) – YouTube.

Posted December 31, 2013 by arnoneumann in Music with Meaning

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Jordanian singer Macadi Nahhas puts on soulful Cairo show – Music – Arts & Culture – Ahram Online   Leave a comment

….”words are supremely important for Nahhas. The singer does not like flat lyrics; she likes to sing words that stir the audience’s feelings, inspire emotion, and trigger a personal interpretation. “Storytelling is another important thing, you have to tell something through the song,” she says. “I like the song to reveal a story, an idea. It’s never just a song.

Nahhas associates herself with a league of experimental Jordanian artists, including Jadal, Aziz Maraka, Tarek Al-Nasser. She reveals that there is an underground music movement in Jordan, and there is an audience for modern music that has accumulated over the past decade.

The contemporary Jordanian music scene is only about 10 years old, says Nahhas. But it was born out of “a need for young musicians, a whole generation demanded new and more modern music,” Nahhas says.

She explains that the fact that Jordanian music scene has recently flourished is due in part to the increasing audience that grew bored of traditional, old-is-gold music, and sought more current tunes that better matched their identities and lifestyles. In the meantime, many Jordanians studied music and arts abroad, and returned to establish their own cultural centres that promoted local talents. Exposure to the world’s musical arena through social media also spurred a movement of indigenous music, she explained.

In the upcoming months, the Jordanian will take her contemporary Arabic pop tunes on a US and Canada tour, including a performance at Montreal’s Festival du Monde Arabe (Festival of the Arab World).

Through creating music, Nahhas discovers where she stands in the world, and why she’s here at all. For the Jordanian singer, music is life. ”

via Jordanian singer Macadi Nahhas puts on soulful Cairo show – Music – Arts & Culture – Ahram Online.

Posted September 7, 2012 by arnoneumann in Jordan, Music with Meaning

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YouTube – Jewel – Break Me (Live)   Leave a comment

YouTube – Jewel – Break Me (Live).

A simple supplication….but so soulful.

Posted June 2, 2011 by arnoneumann in Music with Meaning

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