Music that makes you think of KS

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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by KeiichiO » Sat May 04, 2013 11:23 pm

Doryoku96 wrote:Thanks! Emi's route was my first, so it is undoubtedly my most memorable one as well. I think I could somewhat relate to her as well, so I guess I could understand her on a deeper level than I expected to. Anyway, thank you for the reply.
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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by bpgbcg » Sun May 05, 2013 12:00 am

Going to post a bit of classical music; I have particular pieces I half-associate with every arc except Emi's (still working on that one).

Hanako: Chopin Ballade #4
Corresponds pretty well with my rather dark view of Hanako's arc (esp. after bad ending).

Rin: Ravel Ondine
Quite amorphous/abstract, consistent with her arc. It's always moving around and jumping from place to place and you can never put your finger on exactly what's happening. Also one of my favorite pieces in general.

Lilly: Ravel Concerto in G, Movement 2
A somewhat simple-seeming piece and yet so incredibly beautiful anyway, paralleling how I felt about her arc. It also has the almost-dreamlike feel that the latter portion of Lilly's arc has, at least for me.

Shizune: Ravel Concerto for the Left Hand
So powerful in some places and yet so unexpectedly vulnerable in others. Of the four this is the piece that is most strongly connected to the arc in my mind.

And yeah, I have a massive bias towards Ravel; oh well...
Piano music for the KS soundtrack; I've done a few transcriptions which are on page 43 of that thread. Also, I wrote a musical theme for Scissorlips' amazing Suzu pseudo-route, which I then recorded here.

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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by pandaphil » Sun May 05, 2013 4:52 am

Nice to see classical get a nod around here for a change.

I would pay good money to hear an orchestral cover of the KS score.
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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by Merloficus » Mon May 06, 2013 9:23 am

pandaphil wrote: I would pay good money to hear an orchestral cover of the KS score.
Same here! Love classical music, preferably with a modern vibe like the KS pieces.

And to add something: Sorrow's hold by Daniel Schmid + Hanako = me :cry:
First time i heard this i immediatly thought back to when Lilly leaves for Scotland and you suddenly see Hanako acting very weird(back then clueless as to why :wink: )
It sure aint no Painful history but i surely do like it as much!

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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by Steinherz » Sat May 11, 2013 11:45 am

One of the comments on this video made me laugh, and I immediately thought of Shizune
Stubborn as a Mule
(the comment was "LMFAO. I read that as "Stubborn as a Mute"" :lol: )
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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by KeiichiO » Sat May 11, 2013 12:07 pm

Steinherz wrote:One of the comments on this video made me laugh, and I immediately thought of Shizune
Stubborn as a Mule
(the comment was "LMFAO. I read that as "Stubborn as a Mute"" :lol: )
I initially read it as "Stubborn as a Mute" as well... I guess that means I've been playing too much KS. Or I just have bad eyesight :lol:

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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by Steinherz » Sat May 11, 2013 12:26 pm

KeiichiO wrote:
Steinherz wrote:One of the comments on this video made me laugh, and I immediately thought of Shizune
Stubborn as a Mule
(the comment was "LMFAO. I read that as "Stubborn as a Mute"" :lol: )
I initially read it as "Stubborn as a Mute" as well... I guess that means I've been playing too much KS. Or I just have bad eyesight :lol:
Or both.
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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by KeiichiO » Sat May 11, 2013 12:29 pm

Steinherz wrote:
KeiichiO wrote:
Steinherz wrote:One of the comments on this video made me laugh, and I immediately thought of Shizune
Stubborn as a Mule
(the comment was "LMFAO. I read that as "Stubborn as a Mute"" :lol: )
I initially read it as "Stubborn as a Mute" as well... I guess that means I've been playing too much KS. Or I just have bad eyesight :lol:
Or both.
Probably a mixture of both, yes, and with a smidge of my-mind-naturally-yet-subconsciously-trying-to-find-things-that-are-totally-messed-up-in-every-day-things.

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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by SpecimenSix » Sat May 11, 2013 3:15 pm

KeiichiO wrote:
Steinherz wrote:One of the comments on this video made me laugh, and I immediately thought of Shizune
Stubborn as a Mule
(the comment was "LMFAO. I read that as "Stubborn as a Mute"" :lol: )
I initially read it as "Stubborn as a Mute" as well... I guess that means I've been playing too much KS. Or I just have bad eyesight :lol:
Well there is that old wives' tale that says that masturbation can make you go blind... :lol:
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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by KeiichiO » Sat May 11, 2013 3:17 pm

SpecimenSix wrote:
KeiichiO wrote:
Steinherz wrote:One of the comments on this video made me laugh, and I immediately thought of Shizune
Stubborn as a Mule
(the comment was "LMFAO. I read that as "Stubborn as a Mute"" :lol: )
I initially read it as "Stubborn as a Mute" as well... I guess that means I've been playing too much KS. Or I just have bad eyesight :lol:
Well there is that old wives' tale that says that masturbation can make you go blind... :lol:
If that were true, I'd be blind as a bat by now.

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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by Steinherz » Sat May 11, 2013 3:18 pm

SpecimenSix wrote:
KeiichiO wrote:
Steinherz wrote:One of the comments on this video made me laugh, and I immediately thought of Shizune
Stubborn as a Mule
(the comment was "LMFAO. I read that as "Stubborn as a Mute"" :lol: )
I initially read it as "Stubborn as a Mute" as well... I guess that means I've been playing too much KS. Or I just have bad eyesight :lol:
Well there is that old wives' tale that says that masturbation can make you go blind... :lol:
You'd actually die of a heart attack before enough vitamins/minerals left your body because of that :lol:
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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by SpecimenSix » Sat May 11, 2013 3:19 pm

KeiichiO wrote:
SpecimenSix wrote:
KeiichiO wrote: I initially read it as "Stubborn as a Mute" as well... I guess that means I've been playing too much KS. Or I just have bad eyesight :lol:
Well there is that old wives' tale that says that masturbation can make you go blind... :lol:
If that were true, I'd be blind as a bat by now.
Who turned out the lights?

And I know that Stein, obviously it's complete bullshit. I just thought it was funny and appropriate. :lol:
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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by KeiichiO » Sat May 11, 2013 3:23 pm

SpecimenSix wrote:Who turned out the lights?
My penis hit the switch, but it doesn't matter that the lights are off. Years of chronic masturbation have depreciated my eyesight, so I get around using sonar.

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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by Xanatos » Sat May 11, 2013 7:59 pm

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Re: Music that makes you think of KS

Post by pandaphil » Sat May 11, 2013 10:19 pm

That songs a classic.

I remember hearing something about Lilly having a dog. But I didn't recall all the details.

I have a depressing piece of fan art about it. I just haven't had the heart to post it. :(
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