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I would also like a copy.  Great list!!!!  Holly

On May 5, 2017 3:55 PM, "Deborah Shaw" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I’m on deadline, but can’t resist adding to the list. And yes please, I’d
> love a copy of the complete list — Thank you!
>
> I have pretty eclectic tastes. I’ll try to avoid repeating any that have
> already been listed:
>
> Ba Cissoko, Sabolan
> Art Pepper, Modern Art Vol. 2, plus any other of his albums
> Israel Kamakawiwo’ole (has words, but I can ignore them)
> Lionel Loueke, Karibu (one album) and Mwaliko (another album)
> Strunz & Farah, Primal Magic or Rio De Colores — guitar combination of
> jazz, flamenco and Iranian musical genres
>
> Lara St. John, Bach Works for Violin Solo
> Benjamin Grosvenor
> And of course all kinds of classical (although no overly flowery or
> romantic pieces), including chamber and quartets
>
> Then there are the times when I need the really rowdy for working… That’s
> a whole ‘nother list. Today, it might need to be Flogging Molly and “It’s
> been the worse day since yesterday…” from their album “Swagger”.
>
> Thank you all!
>
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> On May 5, 2017, at 2:25 PM, Karen Ackoff <[log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>>
> wrote:
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> I'd love a copy of the list!
> Thx! K
>
> From my iPhone.
>
> On May 5, 2017, at 3:53 PM, Patricia Savage <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
>
> I am making a list of, I hope, everyone's contribution. Would anyone like
> a copy?
>
> Additional thoughts....
>
> Anonymous 4, medieval chants with women's voices. Very peaceful and very
> non-exciting.
>
> All of Baka Beyond. They are sort of fusion Irish/African. I love their
> music. There are words, but frequently, for me anyway, the voices just
> become an instrument and I really don't listen for the words, just how it's
> woven into the music.
>
> Iron and Wine. Words, but beautiful to listen to.
>
> Agree about Loreena McKennitt. Love The Visit. My favorite of hers.
>
> Michael Brook's Hybrid. Alternative. Sort of modern/classical. No words.
>
> My Brightest Diamond, especially This is My Hand. If you've had kids and
> want a song about a baby in the womb, listen to Before the Words. This is
> My Hand it totally cool! Shara has classical roots and has turned quite alt
> and has her own unique sound. I've bought almost all her cds.
>
> Now Ensemble, Awake cd. Alternative Classical. Our symphony played one of
> his pieces, which was quite fun to hear really modern music. No words.
> Interesting rhythms and musical textures.
>
> Peter Gabriel's Passion. Listen to this one a lot. No words. Ranges from
> very peaceful to passionate.
>
> ALL, EVERY SINGLE Radio Head!!! I can't understand a word he says, so his
> voice really becomes a wonderful blend with the music. It swirls. It
> dances. It floats. It is like a stream. It tosses you in one direction and
> then another and then another.
>
> Shearwater's Rook. Words. Interesting words. Interesting Alternative Rock.
>
> Cheers,
> Patricia Savage
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> On 5/5/17 9:08 AM, Linda Feltner wrote:
>
> Yes, St Martin the the Fields chamber orchestra plays a lot in that
> favorite genre. Excellent. Chamber music in general is great to work by.
>
> It's not Gypsy , but one of my all time favorites for giving a lift is
> Luigi Boccherini's "Fandago, Sinfonie & La Musica Notturna di Madrid". Wow.
> He lived and created a lot of Spanish influenced music. Just love it.
>
> But I'll look up Gypsy Kings!
>
>
> Thank you ListServ! it's inspirational all around!
> Linda
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> On 5/4/17 5:14 PM, Liz Lockett wrote:
>
> I love almost anything from St Martin in the Fields chamber orchestra with
> sir Neville Mariner conducting. Gypsy Kings flamenco guitar stuff is great
> when you really need a lift.
>
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