What music do you listen to (with tea)?


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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby iovetea » Jul 21st, '12, 15:32

i rather watch old japanese movies when drinking japanese green tea.. or play chess when drinking tea.. well music doesn't seem to fit tea so good, well at least not the one i have...
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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby BioHorn » Jul 21st, '12, 16:20

Drinking gifted ITC Earl Grey, listening to Elgar and playing cribbage.
Gawd... :oops:
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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby bagua7 » Jul 21st, '12, 21:29

Enjoying the wonderful taste of a sheng puerh brew while listening to the captivating music (very Yin) of classical composer Sophia Dussek.
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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby bagua7 » Aug 11th, '12, 03:19

Listening to some quality vintage Spanish popular music from the 60s after drinking some 2012 sheng Bulang. In this instance Raphael in Balada de la Trompeta (Ballad of the Trumpet).

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What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby Abracadaver! » Aug 12th, '12, 20:22

Listened to the reissue of Sleep's album Dopesmoker way too loudly while drinking some heavily roasted Yancha.

Oddly, it was a pretty good pairing.
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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby bagua7 » Aug 18th, '12, 06:34

Back to some "serious" stuff:

Telemann's concerto concerto a 6 for Flute & Violin

Paired with a lovely shui xian session.
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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby Xishi Lady » Aug 18th, '12, 12:52

Today I listened to
Wild Rose from the album Orchid by Shao Rong

It rained all night and fresh air reigned the morning. :)
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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby sriracha » Aug 19th, '12, 04:16

Xishi Lady wrote:Today I listened to
Wild Rose from the album Orchid by Shao Rong

It rained all night and fresh air reigned the morning. :)


About the same conditions here so I took a tip from you-really nice song. =)
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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby tinols » Sep 9th, '12, 14:15

country music all day
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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby fdrx » Sep 20th, '12, 11:12

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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby bagua7 » Nov 19th, '12, 18:14

Some Greek popular music with aged sheng which brings me memories from my Mediterranean roots followed by the captivating medieval music of the Sufi musician Yasmeen Olya.
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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby fdrx » Dec 12th, '12, 21:44

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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby bagua7 » Dec 28th, '12, 02:57

What comes next is pure soul:

Paco de Lucía flamenco guitar master and virtuoso paired up with another master vocalist Camarón de la Isla. The tea chosen for this event was dancong Milan Xiang...a real treat! :P

And finished with another of the two greatest performers of Flamenco, Lole y Manuel: Bulerías de la Luna

¡Flamenco y Olé! :P
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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby iGo » Dec 29th, '12, 15:06

Nik Bartch's Ronin Live Modul 42 accompanying Da Hong Pao from Mandarin's Tea Room
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Re: What music do you listen to (with tea)?

Postby bagua7 » Jan 1st, '13, 02:44

Mina yet again to start the New Year while I'm having some shou puerh (Haiwan '08 cake). Here's another version of one of my favourite songs of this great singer already posted here. Mind in ancient China and heart in Italy. :lol:
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