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Xeronia
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I'm a flute and piano player so I hear a lot of classical music that is good. Especially the modern classical. And then I have to say that I like "Cliffs of Dover" by Eric Johnson a lot (yay Guitar Hero!)

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Air (for the most part, instrumental)


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Bach and Beethoven for Classical/Baroque music
YUI is my favorite guitarist

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The Old Boy OST is nice. Never watched the movie. But the soundtrack, it's nice.

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Not the greatest.... but the climax to this is one of the best.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nwBIsxI4Dw

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http://youtube.com/watch?v=cPq5p3hO5O0

thats the best insturmental song i know

hope you enjoy biggrin

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Most songs by Mogwai pretty well done.
Example: http://youtube.com/watch?v=K_NrZCZwlhc
(the video is a bit weird, though)

get the "Happy Songs For Happy People" album first, it's really easy to get into

edit: Well done live performance of that album's first song: http://youtube.com/watch?v=UlbDUde6X3o

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iluvmuzic
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uummm...i'm a classical musician too, and just recentyl started listening to stuff that's not classical. i really like the bond girls(quartet), vanessa mae and Escala. bond duel is my fav. biggrin vanessa mae's remix of tartini's devil's trill is also awesome. biggrin

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Yann Tiersen and Jon Brion are great! Compositions by Ennio Moricone are okay,too.

Since there are no vocals in most experimental music I consider them experimental too(?). I'm recommending Aphex Twin, Amon Tobin, Squarepusher and Venetian Snares.

I also like the tracks they used for the movie "28 days later"

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some of the most notable OSTs from anime series i remember are Da Capo, Maria-sama ga Miteru, Kannazuki no Miko. from video games i like Final Fantasy OSTs

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Quote from Tsuyo_Puyo
some of the most notable OSTs from anime series i remember are Da Capo, Maria-sama ga Miteru, Kannazuki no Miko. from video games i like Final Fantasy OSTs

OST music is a bit different from what I think of as 'Good Instrumental Music' sure, it's instrumental, and sure, it's good, but the aim of the artist and the composer was to provide a backdrop for the action taking place on screen. Different from music made to stand alone.

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BOND FTW!!! they're THE best string quartet eva!

luv explosive - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBq0t_VFjmA
lullaby - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jO2sUD8OaU
& samba - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFIxo5kNLvw

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Quote from ahoaho
Quote from Tsuyo_Puyo
some of the most notable OSTs from anime series i remember are Da Capo, Maria-sama ga Miteru, Kannazuki no Miko. from video games i like Final Fantasy OSTs

OST music is a bit different from what I think of as 'Good Instrumental Music' sure, it's instrumental, and sure, it's good, but the aim of the artist and the composer was to provide a backdrop for the action taking place on screen. Different from music made to stand alone.

Offtopic: Black Snake Moan OST kicks ass...

OnTopic: Jazz

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Quote from iluvmuzic
uummm...i'm a classical musician too, and just recentyl started listening to stuff that's not classical. i really like the bond girls(quartet), vanessa mae and Escala. bond duel is my fav. biggrin vanessa mae's remix of tartini's devil's trill is also awesome. biggrin


i agree with this one, Bond's duel is good! i always like the original Devil's Trill!

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Quote from Keneko
Quote from iluvmuzic
uummm...i'm a classical musician too, and just recentyl started listening to stuff that's not classical. i really like the bond girls(quartet), vanessa mae and Escala. bond duel is my fav. biggrin vanessa mae's remix of tartini's devil's trill is also awesome. biggrin


i agree with this one, Bond's duel is good! i always like the original Devil's Trill!

You can't forget Apocalyptica for the metal-heads out there who also like there classical music bigrazz

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