Thursday Thirteen – Writing to the Music

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I decided to put my playlist on random and list the next 13 songs to play:

  1. My Immortal – Evanescence
  2. Spes (Hoffnung) – Lesiëm
  3. Ghosts of Reach -Martin O’Donnell & Michael Salvatore
  4. Celtic Trance – Dagda
  5. Faraway – Apocalyptica
  6. Snow on High Ground – Nightnoise
  7. Lux Aeterna – Clint Mansell/Kronos Quartet
  8. Beethoven’s Silence -Ernesto Cortazar
  9. Romance – Apocalyptica
  10. Boadicea – Enya
  11. Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major-Prelude – Bach – Yo-Yo-Ma
  12. Now Is Here – Clanad
  13. Light of Life (Ibelin Reprise) Harry Gregson-Williams

And for your listening pleasure, a video I found at YouTube featuring Beethoven’s Silence and some lovely Romanian scenery. (Setting ideas, anyone?)

What is your favorite writing music?

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14 thoughts on “Thursday Thirteen – Writing to the Music

  1. I love Evanescence. 🙂 I don’t write to music unless I’m writing poetry. Then I usually find something soft like piano music. Jim Brickman is a favorite. Happy Thursday. *Hugs*

  2. I like Evanescence and Enya. But my list is really eclectic. It could be anyone from Prince, Beyonce, Il Divo, Pitbull or any number of artist. It depends on what I’m writing – light or dark. And what’s going on in the scene/chap.

  3. I’ve heard of two of those groups/singers, and only heard one of those songs. The Evanescence one is usually on some playlist, along with others. I’ve heard of Enya, but I only know one song–Only Time.

    Great list!

  4. As much as I love music, I tend to tune out when I’m writing so it doesn’t end up being inspirational. It’s wasted on me when I’m writing.
    I enjoyed the classical at the end. 🙂

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