I have an entire playlist on SoundCloud dedicated to classical music revolving around Diabolik Lovers, specifically songs that Shuu mentions listening to (yes, I’m obsessed with this pixel bish, can you tell?). I love pretending that he is lending me one of his ear phones as we relax on some random bit of grass or in a hallway skipping class.
In this case, here is a link to the song he plays on the piano in the most recent game “Lost Eden”. I almost died imagining him playing it for me <3
Some might have recognized it right away as I did (I grew up playing classical music on my flute), but for those who want to know, here it is: “Nocturne Op.9 by Chopin”
Incidentally, it seems that the producers of this game love Chopin’s work as they’ve included several of his pieces in prominent scenes and bits of dialogue in drama cd’s.
One such song is the dark mysterious waltz playing in Subaru’s route in HDB and Carla’s route in Dark Fate (the two most romantic dance scenes I’ve ever read). If curious, here is a link to a wonderful rendition of it:
“Valse du Diese Op.64 No.2″
Galileo’s copies of telescopic observations of the moons of Jupiter made by the Jesuits of the Collegio Romano between 28 November 1610 and 6 April 1611. From Op. Gal. 3, 2: 863-64 (Photograph courtesy of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Memorial Library)
O que é que eu escuto? - Masterpost de música clássica
Tudo começou com isso:
Well, well, caro anônimo, YOU HAVE RELEASED THE KRAKEN!
Vou dividir a lista por períodos, acho que fica mais fácil pra quem procura músicas de estilos específicos. Aviso: possível overdose de músicas em tom menor, porque eu sou dessas que embarcou nesse mar tempestuoso e melancólico e adora!
(Pra quem não está muito familiarizado com os termos. Uma das divisões da música é pela tonalidade: maior ou menor. As músicas em tom maior são alegres e fofas, borboletas e primaveras, no geral; as músicas em tom menor são mais tristes ou misteriosas. Pode ter música saltitante em tom menor? Claro, e também gosto dessas.)
Continua depois do corte por motivos de: isso é realmente um masterpost!
Ilan Eshkeri; The King’s Birthday | Aram Khachaturian; Masquerade suite - Mazurka | Frederic Chopin; Prelude No. 15 in D flat, “Raindrop” | Antonio Vivaldi; The Four Seasons; Winter | Dustin O'Halloran; Quintette N.1 | Yuki Kajiura; Flame of Despair | Frederic Chopin; Waltz in C#minor op.64 no.2 | Eugen Doga; Gramophone | Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky; Valse Sentimentale | Ludovico Einaudi & Czech National Symphony Orchestra; Love Is a Mystery | Dario Marianelli; Time for Bed
A Your Lie in April AU for Miraculous Ladybug at the request of @gigiree!! This is kind of a belated birthday gift, but it’s turned into a full fic… so it’s a very big birthday gift :D
Also, I’ll post a music selection with each chapter that fits the mood or is presented in the chapter. See the link next to the chapter title (:
Genre: Romance (both the regular kind and the “all about feelings and self discovery, like the Romantic era in music” kind). Also, eventual angst… If you haven’t seen Your Lie in April yet, then go read a synopsis… It will be fluffy, but you might get your heart ripped out… Don’t say I didn’t warn you! And Lots and lots of music!
springtime in Paris has always been considered the prettiest time of year. The
fresh, crisp air cleanses the soul and the blooming cherry blossoms create a
magical environment. The light pink and white blooms paint the city with soft
lines, the petals often escaping their bind to the tree to float on the wind.
It’s the season of romance, enhanced by the lights in the city, the
full-blooms, and the stunning views.
A girl walked
down the street, her deep blue eyes turned upwards to admire the blooms. The
wind whipped her blue-black hair around her face as she swung her violin case.
She was full of joy, amazed at how stunning the world was and how happy it made
her feel. A grateful smile graced her face, the joy bubbling up inside of her.
across a small side street, stopping in her tracks when she spotted a cat. The
black cat stared at her, and she at him. A big grin split her face, and she
turned from her path to approach the cat, kneeling down and sticking her hand
out, enticing it near to her. The cat took two steps closer, cocked its head,
and then turned, sauntering away. The girl’s smile grew larger and she pursued,
giving into the chase the cat lead her on. After many attempts to get nearer
and a great chase, the cat had brought her to the park, stopping under the
cherry blossoms. The girl stopped in her chase, staring at the cat.
again, sticking her hand out. This time, the cat approached, tickling her
fingers with its wet nose. Her hand extended more, brushing into the soft black
fur. The girl hummed in contentment. She massaged the cat’s head, her fingers
tangling in the ebony coat. Her eyes lit up in wonder, admiring the way the cat
moved under her fingers and how it felt. It was stunning; a work of art.