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Friday, February 1, 2013

2 Opus 44 by Dustin O'Halloran

This song is of the post-classical genre, which honestly, I'm only recently learning about. If you liked the ├ôlafur Arnalds post from last week, this is cut from about the same cloth. Nice, calming piano playing from Dustin O'Halloran, a German pianist, is all you get in this song, and for most of the album as well. He has composed the score to a couple of successful films, like Marie Antoinette in 2006, which is where most of his name recognition comes from. Still, his independent work is impressive on it's own. Try not to think too much about The Human Centipede while you listen to this, with his being German and all. Which unfortunately, yes, is the first thing I thought of when I saw he was German.

Thanks to Twitter user, and possibly our young blog's first real fan, @365daysoftrying for suggesting this song to us. The rest of you reading this, please send us any good songs you have been listening to, that your band made, or whatever, just send em to us!


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