Friday, January 30, 2009


Soundtrack of Your Life


If Your Life Was A Movie What Would The Soundtrack Be?

So here's how it works...

1. Open your music library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc.)
2. Put it on your iPod Shuffle or other MP3 player
3. Randomize sequence
4. Press play
5. For the first question, type the song that's playing
6. When you go to a new question, press the next button TWICE
7. Don't lie and try to pretend you're cool...just type it in, man!
8. Tag 10 people, and they have to do it, too

My movie seems to be unfolding like a medieval dream.

Opening Credits:
by Maggie Sansone & Ensemble Galilei
from Ancient Noëls
Nowell, Nowell - Tidings True - Riu, Riu, Chiu

Waking Up:
by Robert Shaw Festival Singers
from Rachmaninoff Vespers
O Serene Light

First Day at School:
by Loreena McKennitt
from The Book of Secrets
The Highwayman

Falling in Love:
by Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos
from Chant II
Angus Dei, Qui Tollis Peccata Mundi

Losing Virginity:
by Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos
from Chant II
Gloria in Excelsis Deo

Fight Song:
by Sequentia Ensemble for Medieval Music, Cologne
from Edda - Myths from Medieval Iceland
Ragnarok (The End of the Gods)

Breaking Up:
by Sequentia Ensemble for Medieval Music, Cologne
from Hildegard von Bingen - Voice of the Blood
O rubor sanguinis, antiphon for Saint Ursula & her companions

Prom:
by Secret Garden
from Songs From A Secret Garden
Nocturne

Life:
by Sequentia Ensemble for Medieval Music, Cologne
from Edda - Myths from Medieval Iceland
Voluspá 3 (Prophecy of the Seeress) - Á fellr austan um eitrdala

Mental Breakdown:
by Robert Shaw Festival Singers
from Rachmaninoff Vespers
Glory to God in the Highest

Driving:
by Loreena McKennitt
from Share the Journey
The Lady of Shalott

Flashback:
by Loreena McKennitt
from An Ancient Muse
The English Ladye And The Knight

Getting Back Together:
by The Chieftains and Loreena McKennitt
from Tears Of Stone
Ye Rambling Boys Of Pleasure

Wedding:
by Sequentia Ensemble for Medieval Music, Cologne
from Hildegard von Bingen - Voice of the Blood
O ecclesia occuli tui, sequence for Saint Ursula & her companions

Birth of Child:
by Sequentia Ensemble for Medieval Music, Cologne
from Edda - Myths from Medieval Iceland
Hangakvæði Hávamála (Óðinn's Rune-verses) - Veit ek at ek hekk

Final Battle:
by Robert Shaw Festival Singers
from Rachmaninoff Vespers
Christ is Risen from the Grave

Death Scene:
by Loreena McKennitt
from The Book of Secrets
La Serenissima

Funeral Song:
by Maggie Sansone & Ensemble Galilei
from Ancient Noëls
Cantiga de Santa Maria, No.48

End Credits:
by Robert Shaw Festival Singers
from Rachmaninoff Vespers
Rejoice, O Virgin


1 comments:

Personal Trainer Lady St John's Wood said...

Some really interesting choices here! I feel I know a lot more about you from reading this.