What are you listening to/watching?

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Also, I recently viddied this, O My Con-Sibbs:

Æschylus - Agamemnon Pt 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdv3vkECqXA

Æschylus - Agamenon Pt 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldIJVtDG5TM&t=17s

This is the version with the masks, the chanting, the Kabuki/No hints, and Baldrick somewhere in the Chorus.

Wish there was a cleaner burgling of this, but… well, there it is.
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I occasionally listen to this... It's in sung in Kazakh but the musician lives somewhere in China. Goes by the name Mamer. It is usually very folk orientated and makes me want to learn the language.
here is an example and another.

Just thought about this forum.
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Lambuzhao wrote: 03 Jul 2020 09:38
elemtilas wrote: 01 Jul 2020 18:32 Today, Sabbatini. Heavenly!
In cælestibus!

Mi amice, profectus sum longinquam in regionem. Your song calls to me through worlds and generations.
sirenis carmina anglorumve cantio? aut aliqua incantatio cetero?
And let me answer

Charpentier, Filius Prodigus
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Your choice is a lot more to the point than my around about selection. Yet, each in our own way, we still carry on & always remember.
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Jain.
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eldin raigmore wrote: 05 Jul 2020 00:34Jain.
La chanteuse ?
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Dormouse559 wrote: 05 Jul 2020 23:27
eldin raigmore wrote: 05 Jul 2020 00:34Jain.
La chanteuse ?
That’s right.

But now I guess I’m listening to Rachel Potter.
And Kristin Maldonado.
And Tatiana Shmaylyuk from Jinjer.
And Avi Kaplan overtone-singing “the lion sleeps tonight”.

It’s hard to keep up!
Edit: And Courtney Hadwin.
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Steve Hauschildt – “Pismo”
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHOf1yyjR30
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cL1k-jglHtY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQnnLuYVfgA
Different music production videos. I think people who are into making foreign style music could look into the tutorials. These are for Dangdut, Papuan music, and reggae.
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99 Luftballons & Multilingualism

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https://youtu.be/wZB1OZBQwyU
99 Luftballons & Multilingualism
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eldin raigmore wrote: 11 Aug 2020 00:11 https://youtu.be/wZB1OZBQwyU
99 Luftballons & Multilingualism
The musician who did that particular cover is an interesting person himself, and also composes and plays his own original music, and he used to take requests to compose short songs thru the website "Songs To Wear Pants To Dot Com". Now he mostly does completely original stuff on his channel on youtube but I think he still takes paid requests now and then
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Thanks! I did see at least one other YouTu.be video by him.
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Fun fact I just realised: the terrible Elizabethan (Jacobean?) play Mark and Jez are forced to watch in Peep Show is Lust's Dominion, which isn't that well-known; but the raunchier Restoration remake, by Aphra Behn, is Abdelazer; which also isn't that famous as a play (other than for Behn scholars), except that Purcell composed the score for it; and that score isn't particularly famous, except for its Rondeau; which is in turn rather less famous than the set of variations written on it in the 20th century by Britten, named The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra.

Which has no particular connection to Peep Show, I just thought it was interesting/amusing that two famous, relatively modern things were linked in such a way via works from 400 years ago.
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elemtilas wrote: 13 Sep 2020 04:42 The native speaker speaketh!
Thank you! I needed that example earlier today on a FB conlanging group.

......

By the way Ewa of Worldbuilding Notes narrated her first two YouTube videos in Lojban. She sounds quite fluent to me, but her native language appears to be Polish.
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eldin raigmore wrote: 13 Sep 2020 08:01
elemtilas wrote: 13 Sep 2020 04:42 The native speaker speaketh!
Thank you! I needed that example earlier today on a FB conlanging group.
Timely!
By the way Ewa of Worldbuilding Notes narrated her first two YouTube videos in Lojban. She sounds quite fluent to me, but her native language appears to be Polish.
Give us a link! I've never heard Lojban yspoke before. I've heard plenty of Esperanto, from the famous movie to their (un)national anthem. Though that's obviously sung.
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elemtilas wrote: 13 Sep 2020 17:40
eldin raigmore wrote: 13 Sep 2020 08:01By the way Ewa of Worldbuilding Notes narrated her first two YouTube videos in Lojban. She sounds quite fluent to me, but her native language appears to be Polish.
Give us a link! I've never heard Lojban yspoke before. I've heard plenty of Esperanto, from the famous movie to their (un)national anthem. Though that's obviously sung.
https://youtu.be/l8nI01b4TXA

https://youtu.be/ViGGR231zvQ
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eldin raigmore wrote: 13 Sep 2020 08:01 By the way Ewa of Worldbuilding Notes narrated her first two YouTube videos in Lojban. She sounds quite fluent to me, but her native language appears to be Polish.
With a name like Ewa, what else would she be?

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Khemehekis wrote: 16 Sep 2020 04:51
With a name like Ewa, what else would she be?

Na'vi?
What does it say about me that I thought of "Avatar" first?
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