August 14, 2011

The Ultimate Music for Studying

Well, instead of studying, ironically I've been compiling music to help me study. I can't study if I make music, and I can't study either if I don't have music. Whatever, my procrastination has reached a higher level. My test is coming on the second of September, yay! I even turn down my sister's invitation to go to the beach so I can study. Ugh, that means I'll be really pale. My friend Lauren told me that I look sick and pasty last time, what a tramp!

Many of the songs here come from my favorite movies. Classical music has this tendency to make a scene become more classy, probably because of its timeless quality. Even though many songs in this particular mix are neo-classical, the same effect is achieved. 


Oh yeah, I assume you are here 'cause you've been stumbling instead of studying eh? This music mix may help, trust me, after I'm done posting this, I'm gonna listen to this and study like a boss and ace it like a Brain god! 

Track List

I'm smokin 'cause the music is so good
1. Sympathy for Lady Vengeance - Yeong-wook Jo
2. Dark Chariot - Peer Raben
3. Yumeji's theme - Shigeru Umebayashi
4. Bolero - Zbigniew Preisner
5. Rachmaninoff's Vocalise - Itzhak Perlman 
6. Adagio from 2046 - Rolf Lovland
7. And Just Like That - Abel Korzeniowski
8. To Zanarkand - Nobuo Uematsu
9. Sposa Son Disprezzata - Cecilia Bartoli
10. Les Marionnettes - Zbigniew Preisner
11. Georges Watlz (Take 2) - Shigeru Umebayashi
12. Ombra Mai Fu - Philippe Jaroussky
13. Meditation from Thais - Sarah Chang
14. Ruhe Sanft - Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
15. Song to the Moon - Stjepan Hauser
16. Lascia Ch'io Pianga - Philippe Jaroussky
17. Meeting - Roman Rewakowicz
18. Song for the Unification of Europe - Teresa Salgueiro

August 12, 2011

Tango Mix

I love listening to tango while studying. I have made a mix on 8tracks, which I am showing you right below. Normally, the site won't let you download the music directly, so I think it may be a good idea to find another way to share music with you.

Yes, I own these tracks, and if anybody gets offended by my non-benefit sharing here, please let me know so I can remove the download link. Remember, my blog doesn't host the music files, and I am totally broke so don't sue me, thank you very much.


Here is the download link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=Y137MQAV

I really love the music, and so will you.  You can thank me by keeping me in your thoughts and sending me some positive energy so I can study well. Oh, you can also check out another related post about tango right here.


Track List:

It's the Tango, yo!
1. A Media Luz - Trio Pantango
2. Peliculas - Demoliendo Tangos
3. Malena - Sexteto Mayor
4. L'ete Indien - Quadro Nuevo
5. Fruta Amarga - Lidia Borda
6. La Comparsita - Villurca
7. El Choclo - Maria Grana
8. Oblivion - Astor Piazzolla

Alright then, Peace, love, and sexy rhythm.