Friday, October 27, 2017


Why I listen to instrumental song? The answer to this question is actually very simple. 

When I listen to instrumental songs, I feel like my actual feelings burst out more than when I hear lyrical songs. From my perspective, instrumental speaks more than lyric because when the music goes straight to the ears, then touches the heart, the mind creates the perfect images and that's why we feel certain feelings.

It doesn't matter if the instrumental songs are the original soundtrack to certain films or theater. It won't affect our feelings because there's no statement - what I feel about one instrumental song will be different with other people because we don't share stories. Although if we did, we would have different perspectives.

Here are some of my favourite instrumental songs that have very special place in my heart. I will definitely make a part 2 because I have lots of favorite instrumental songs. 

Be picky to what you hear, it really helps you to get through your ups and downs. Enjoy xx
  1. Arrival - Dustin O'Halloran 
  2. Bach: Tocatta and Fugue - Vanessa Mae, Mike Balt, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 
  3. Beautiful Lie - Hans Zimmer 
  4. Breathe - Stanton Lanier 
  5. Dumbledore's Farewell - Nicholas Hooper 
  6. Historiette No. 5 - Fabrizio Paterlini 
  7. il - Jean-Michael Blais 
  8. Lullaby Variation - Fernando Velásquez 
  9. Nuvole bianche - Ludovico Einaudi 
  10. Obliviate - Alexandre Desplat 
  11. Piano Sonata No. 14 - Ludwig van Beethoven 
  12. Primavera - Ludovico Einaudi 
  13. S.T.A.Y - Hans Zimmer 
  14. Saturn - Sleeping At Last 
  15. Searching for Home - Dustin O'Halloran, Hauschka
  16. The Departure - Max Ritcher 
  17. Time - Hans Zimmer 
  18. Truth - Ramin Djawadi 
  19. Uranus - Sleeping At Last 
  20. Who You Really Are - David Arnold, Michale Price 

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