» the silent balance between yin and yang
» the silent balance between yin and yang
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Oh my god
can you IMAGiNE walking in to something like this?
So my school put on a Silent Disco once, and it was one of the most hilarious experiences of my life. Admittedly it is probably slightly different in that everyone just downloaded a play list and we all tried to start them at the exact same second. But that didn’t work so we all danced to the music and it was fine, but like, people would start dancing crazy for sudden song dynamic shifts that you hadn’t gotten to yet, and just… it was hilarious.
But the best part really is taking your headphones off, especially during a song that everyone knows. Because everyone is singing and yelling to the song and without the music there, they sound like a bunch of drunk, yowling cats. It’s awful and hilarious.
The rest of the world doesn’t have silent discos?
Silent discos are amaaaaaazing. I went to one once and they handed out headphones that were connected to three different DJs, so you could just switch DJs whenever you wanted to. And it’s great because if you ever want to talk to someone you can just take your headphones off and there won’t be loud booming music.
oh my GOD
I CAN’T BELIEVE PEOPLE DON’T KNOW ABOUT SILENT DISCOS DOES THE REST OF THE WORLD LIVE UNDER A ROCK OR SOMETHING
My friend went to one when he was in England for like a month.
Do I smell a class fundraiser?
OH MY GOD WHY DON’T WE DO THIS
WHY HAVE I NEVER HEARD OF THIS
of course no one heard of silent discos. they’re silent
Silent! At the disco
There’s one of these happening Friday in my city. I’ve heard they are a regular affair. I wanna try it sometime, because volume control is pretty much my first and only problem with nightclubs.
I wish I could go to one of these; I just can’t deal with really loud music but this would be awesome!
In what part of Europe is this happening, and why isn’t it happening in my corner of Europe?
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♫ CLASSICAL MEGAPOST ♫
These badass GQMFs were the rock stars of their day. And they damn well still are to me. So herein lies my top 46 classical pieces of all time. Chosen are my absolute favorites out of the close to 400 tracks I have in my library. Feel free to download and make your music collection just a tad bit classier.
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◆ Violin Concerto - Felix Mendelssohn ◆ I Got Rhythm - George Gershwin ◆ Danse Macabre - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Walpurgisnacht Ballet 5 - Charles François Gounod ◆ Etude Op.10 No. 3 - Frédéric Chopin ◆ Fossils - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Act II. a. Adage - Adolphe Adam ◆ Un Sospiro - Concert Etude in D Flat Major - Frans Liszt ◆ Pineapple Rag (Violin) - Scott Joplin ◆ Overture to Don Quixote - Leon Minkus ◆ William Tell Overture - Gioachino Rossini ◆ Presto - Igor Stravinsky ◆ Andante Rapsodico - Igor Stravinsky ◆ Allegro Capriccioso Ma Tempo Giusto - Igor Stravinsky ◆ Le Carnaval des Animaux: Aquarium - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: II. Allegretto - Ludwig Van Beethoven ◆ Vivace - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Largo Ma Non Tanto - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Allegro - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Palladio: I Allegretto - Karl Jenkins ◆ Act 2 - Gypsy Camp: Gypsy Dance 2 - Leon Minkus ◆ Swan Lake - Op. 20, Act II, 13. Dances of the Swans: V. Andante - Andante Non Troppo - Allegro - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ Grand Tarantella - Louis Moreau Gottschalk ◆ Op. 71 - Act 1: In The Pine Forest - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ Op. 71 - Act 1: Waltz Of The Snowflakes - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky
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◆ Stars & Stripes Coda - John Philip Sousa ◆ Prelude - Johann Sebastian Bach ◆ Moonlight Sonata - Ludwig Van Beethoven ◆ Summer III. Presto - Antonio Vivaldi ◆ The Sick Doll - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ The Entertainer - Scott Joplin ◆ La Bayadère (Andante) - Leon Minkus ◆ The Thieving Magpie (Abridged) - Gioacchino Rossini ◆ Dance Of The Hours - Amilcare Ponchielli ◆ Dies Irae - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ◆ Man I Love - George Gershwin ◆ Vltava (The Moldau) - Bedřich Smetana ◆ The Swan - Camille Saint-Saens ◆ Symphony No. 5 In C Minor, Op. 67: Allegro Con Brio - Ludwig Van Beethoven ◆ Pavane Op.50 - Gabriel Fauré ◆ Pachelbel’s Canon in D major - Johann Pachelbel ◆ Gymnopédie No. 1 - Erik Satie ◆ Serenade for Strings in C major, Op.48 - I. Pezzo in forma di Sonatina. Andante non troppo - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ Bethena (A Concert Waltz) - Scott Joplin ◆ Swan Lake - Op. 20, Act IV: 29. Finale (Andante - Allegro Agitato - Alla Breve - Moderato e Maestoso) - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky ◆ 1812 Overture, OP. 49 - Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky
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