Sanctus by Gabriel Faure

topic posted Tue, April 3, 2012 - 2:55 PM by  nobody
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  • Re: Sanctus by Gabriel Faure

    Thu, August 30, 2012 - 10:37 PM
    I just linked this thread to another thread (to recommend the music to someone for a trip). But then I just noticed that the link wasn't to the complete Faure Requiem just the Sanctus. So here is a complete Faure Requiem.
    • Re: Sanctus by Gabriel Faure

      Fri, August 31, 2012 - 6:08 PM
      Thank you , Vanessa !
      • Re: Sanctus by Gabriel Faure

        Fri, August 31, 2012 - 8:52 PM
        Yes! Lovely sounds!
        • Videos for trippers

          Sat, September 8, 2012 - 6:59 PM
          This one (link below) would be perfect to watch and listen to while tripping, except for the cutting on the visual side. When I'm tripping I like to watch & listen to the same thing continue for a while, not have what I'm looking at stop and change suddenly. But the music and photography is still triippy and great. I think this music uses a theremin.

          Its not too long,only seven minutes, so please enjoy.
          • Re: Videos for trippers

            Mon, September 10, 2012 - 9:27 AM
            Vanessa ,

            THANK YOU .

            Mr.Lubin has picked up another fan ...

            The flat expanse of snow beside that lake in one of the photos looked like it were from an Elihu Vedder painting .

            The aurora borealis was especially remarkable when it started to make slow spiral motions .

            The lightening playing off the auroras was especially splendid .

            The music is impeccable .
          • Music from "One Step Beyond"

            Mon, September 10, 2012 - 12:42 PM
            Thanks, Vanessa! This is actually music from the old TV show "One Step Beyond." I used to watch that show as a child and this music sure brought back memories. One Step Beyond is often compared to Twilight Zone (One Step Beyond came first) but they were actually different -- Step was intended to be reinactments of actual events and the stories were much more modest than Zone -- simple, low-key, realistic stories with few surprises (someone has a premonition that something will happen and it does -- no surprise at all). And yet OSB was very effective, in part because of this eerie music that accompanied every psychic event. The music was used sparingly but was chillingly effective. Thanks to you, Vanessa, I found One Step Beyond eps on Youtube and it really takes me back. If you want to see this music used in context, and how effective it is, here is a link to one episode I always remembered, about the Titanic. You know exactly what is going to happen and yet it is still chilling and moving.