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4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
For anyone who reads this, would you consider the sounds of nature to be music? Let's say you're leaning against a tree in the woods, away from the sounds of cars and other stuff, and all you can hear is the wind, the trees, the birds, and whatever other natural sounds come to you. Is that music?

To me, it is, but sometimes it's not very recognizable. Again, I point out that my opinions on something being music fall along the lines of beat, rhythm, and/or melody (http://www.debate.org......). Sometimes, when I hear the birds chirp, I hear a melody, as they repeat themselves over and over. I hear them sing, and it's the same rhythm, and they always time it perfectly, making a silent "beat". The same goes with the wind. I hear the melody of the whistling wind, the melody of the leaves in the trees, and the beat of it as the wind goes on, and the trees slowly stop moving (the time it takes for them to stop moving being the beat).

I mentioned this in my previous thread, "What makes music 'music'? (What is music)", http://www.debate.org......

Now, this is just some of my thoughts on the matter. I want to know what you guys think.

Yes, this is the second thread, but the last one's title was kinda confusing, so I made a new one.
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4/5/2016 4:07:03 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For anyone who reads this, would you consider the sounds of nature to be music? Let's say you're leaning against a tree in the woods, away from the sounds of cars and other stuff, and all you can hear is the wind, the trees, the birds, and whatever other natural sounds come to you. Is that music?
Yes.

To me, it is, but sometimes it's not very recognizable. Again, I point out that my opinions on something being music fall along the lines of beat, rhythm, and/or melody (http://www.debate.org......). Sometimes, when I hear the birds chirp, I hear a melody, as they repeat themselves over and over. I hear them sing, and it's the same rhythm, and they always time it perfectly, making a silent "beat". The same goes with the wind. I hear the melody of the whistling wind, the melody of the leaves in the trees, and the beat of it as the wind goes on, and the trees slowly stop moving (the time it takes for them to stop moving being the beat).

^^exactly so.

I mentioned this in my previous thread, "What makes music 'music'? (What is music)", http://www.debate.org......

Now, this is just some of my thoughts on the matter. I want to know what you guys think.

Yes sounds in nature are music. What do you think what we do to make music? We whistle, sing, use instruments well so does nature. We also use nature and imitations of nature to make music.
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4/5/2016 4:14:04 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For anyone who reads this, would you consider the sounds of nature to be music? Let's say you're leaning against a tree in the woods, away from the sounds of cars and other stuff, and all you can hear is the wind, the trees, the birds, and whatever other natural sounds come to you. Is that music?

To me, it is, but sometimes it's not very recognizable. Again, I point out that my opinions on something being music fall along the lines of beat, rhythm, and/or melody (http://www.debate.org......). Sometimes, when I hear the birds chirp, I hear a melody, as they repeat themselves over and over. I hear them sing, and it's the same rhythm, and they always time it perfectly, making a silent "beat". The same goes with the wind. I hear the melody of the whistling wind, the melody of the leaves in the trees, and the beat of it as the wind goes on, and the trees slowly stop moving (the time it takes for them to stop moving being the beat).

I mentioned this in my previous thread, "What makes music 'music'? (What is music)", http://www.debate.org......

Now, this is just some of my thoughts on the matter. I want to know what you guys think.

Yes, this is the second thread, but the last one's title was kinda confusing, so I made a new one.
yeah if you call out to the birds on a consistent beat - they answer on your rhythm, I have a bird who sings the "feel good" notes of "feel good inc." by the Gorillaz and I sing the bass or in the summer play it on the piano with the bird nearby and get it to respond on beat. Other birds rhythmically join in for back up.
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4/5/2016 4:21:46 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 4:07:03 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For anyone who reads this, would you consider the sounds of nature to be music? Let's say you're leaning against a tree in the woods, away from the sounds of cars and other stuff, and all you can hear is the wind, the trees, the birds, and whatever other natural sounds come to you. Is that music?
Yes.

To me, it is, but sometimes it's not very recognizable. Again, I point out that my opinions on something being music fall along the lines of beat, rhythm, and/or melody (http://www.debate.org......). Sometimes, when I hear the birds chirp, I hear a melody, as they repeat themselves over and over. I hear them sing, and it's the same rhythm, and they always time it perfectly, making a silent "beat". The same goes with the wind. I hear the melody of the whistling wind, the melody of the leaves in the trees, and the beat of it as the wind goes on, and the trees slowly stop moving (the time it takes for them to stop moving being the beat).

^^exactly so.

I mentioned this in my previous thread, "What makes music 'music'? (What is music)", http://www.debate.org......

Now, this is just some of my thoughts on the matter. I want to know what you guys think.

Yes sounds in nature are music. What do you think what we do to make music? We whistle, sing, use instruments well so does nature. We also use nature and imitations of nature to make music.

yeah if you call out to the birds on a consistent beat - they answer on your rhythm, I have a bird who sings the "feel good" notes of "feel good inc." by the Gorillaz and I sing the bass or in the summer play it on the piano with the bird nearby and get it to respond on beat. Other birds rhythmically join in for back up.
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4/5/2016 4:29:20 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 4:21:46 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:07:03 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For anyone who reads this, would you consider the sounds of nature to be music? Let's say you're leaning against a tree in the woods, away from the sounds of cars and other stuff, and all you can hear is the wind, the trees, the birds, and whatever other natural sounds come to you. Is that music?
Yes.

To me, it is, but sometimes it's not very recognizable. Again, I point out that my opinions on something being music fall along the lines of beat, rhythm, and/or melody (http://www.debate.org......). Sometimes, when I hear the birds chirp, I hear a melody, as they repeat themselves over and over. I hear them sing, and it's the same rhythm, and they always time it perfectly, making a silent "beat". The same goes with the wind. I hear the melody of the whistling wind, the melody of the leaves in the trees, and the beat of it as the wind goes on, and the trees slowly stop moving (the time it takes for them to stop moving being the beat).

^^exactly so.

I mentioned this in my previous thread, "What makes music 'music'? (What is music)", http://www.debate.org......

Now, this is just some of my thoughts on the matter. I want to know what you guys think.

Yes sounds in nature are music. What do you think what we do to make music? We whistle, sing, use instruments well so does nature. We also use nature and imitations of nature to make music.

yeah if you call out to the birds on a consistent beat - they answer on your rhythm, I have a bird who sings the "feel good" notes of "feel good inc." by the Gorillaz and I sing the bass or in the summer play it on the piano with the bird nearby and get it to respond on beat. Other birds rhythmically join in for back up.

"Feed the birds. Tuppence a bag. Tuppence. Tuppence, tuppence a bag..." ;-)
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4/5/2016 4:33:31 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 4:29:20 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:21:46 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:07:03 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For anyone who reads this, would you consider the sounds of nature to be music? Let's say you're leaning against a tree in the woods, away from the sounds of cars and other stuff, and all you can hear is the wind, the trees, the birds, and whatever other natural sounds come to you. Is that music?
Yes.

To me, it is, but sometimes it's not very recognizable. Again, I point out that my opinions on something being music fall along the lines of beat, rhythm, and/or melody (http://www.debate.org......). Sometimes, when I hear the birds chirp, I hear a melody, as they repeat themselves over and over. I hear them sing, and it's the same rhythm, and they always time it perfectly, making a silent "beat". The same goes with the wind. I hear the melody of the whistling wind, the melody of the leaves in the trees, and the beat of it as the wind goes on, and the trees slowly stop moving (the time it takes for them to stop moving being the beat).

^^exactly so.

I mentioned this in my previous thread, "What makes music 'music'? (What is music)", http://www.debate.org......

Now, this is just some of my thoughts on the matter. I want to know what you guys think.

Yes sounds in nature are music. What do you think what we do to make music? We whistle, sing, use instruments well so does nature. We also use nature and imitations of nature to make music.

yeah if you call out to the birds on a consistent beat - they answer on your rhythm, I have a bird who sings the "feel good" notes of "feel good inc." by the Gorillaz and I sing the bass or in the summer play it on the piano with the bird nearby and get it to respond on beat. Other birds rhythmically join in for back up.

"Feed the birds. Tuppence a bag. Tuppence. Tuppence, tuppence a bag..." ;-)

I had to google it to know what you meant :)
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4/5/2016 4:38:07 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 4:33:31 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:29:20 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:21:46 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:07:03 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For anyone who reads this, would you consider the sounds of nature to be music? Let's say you're leaning against a tree in the woods, away from the sounds of cars and other stuff, and all you can hear is the wind, the trees, the birds, and whatever other natural sounds come to you. Is that music?
Yes.

To me, it is, but sometimes it's not very recognizable. Again, I point out that my opinions on something being music fall along the lines of beat, rhythm, and/or melody (http://www.debate.org......). Sometimes, when I hear the birds chirp, I hear a melody, as they repeat themselves over and over. I hear them sing, and it's the same rhythm, and they always time it perfectly, making a silent "beat". The same goes with the wind. I hear the melody of the whistling wind, the melody of the leaves in the trees, and the beat of it as the wind goes on, and the trees slowly stop moving (the time it takes for them to stop moving being the beat).

^^exactly so.

I mentioned this in my previous thread, "What makes music 'music'? (What is music)", http://www.debate.org......

Now, this is just some of my thoughts on the matter. I want to know what you guys think.

Yes sounds in nature are music. What do you think what we do to make music? We whistle, sing, use instruments well so does nature. We also use nature and imitations of nature to make music.

yeah if you call out to the birds on a consistent beat - they answer on your rhythm, I have a bird who sings the "feel good" notes of "feel good inc." by the Gorillaz and I sing the bass or in the summer play it on the piano with the bird nearby and get it to respond on beat. Other birds rhythmically join in for back up.

"Feed the birds. Tuppence a bag. Tuppence. Tuppence, tuppence a bag..." ;-)

I had to google it to know what you meant :)

Ah...Julie Andrews...her voice is sooooo pretty and so is she...or she was. Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. Lol
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4/5/2016 4:40:23 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 4:38:07 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:33:31 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:29:20 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:21:46 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:07:03 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For anyone who reads this, would you consider the sounds of nature to be music? Let's say you're leaning against a tree in the woods, away from the sounds of cars and other stuff, and all you can hear is the wind, the trees, the birds, and whatever other natural sounds come to you. Is that music?
Yes.

To me, it is, but sometimes it's not very recognizable. Again, I point out that my opinions on something being music fall along the lines of beat, rhythm, and/or melody (http://www.debate.org......). Sometimes, when I hear the birds chirp, I hear a melody, as they repeat themselves over and over. I hear them sing, and it's the same rhythm, and they always time it perfectly, making a silent "beat". The same goes with the wind. I hear the melody of the whistling wind, the melody of the leaves in the trees, and the beat of it as the wind goes on, and the trees slowly stop moving (the time it takes for them to stop moving being the beat).

^^exactly so.

I mentioned this in my previous thread, "What makes music 'music'? (What is music)", http://www.debate.org......

Now, this is just some of my thoughts on the matter. I want to know what you guys think.

Yes sounds in nature are music. What do you think what we do to make music? We whistle, sing, use instruments well so does nature. We also use nature and imitations of nature to make music.

yeah if you call out to the birds on a consistent beat - they answer on your rhythm, I have a bird who sings the "feel good" notes of "feel good inc." by the Gorillaz and I sing the bass or in the summer play it on the piano with the bird nearby and get it to respond on beat. Other birds rhythmically join in for back up.

"Feed the birds. Tuppence a bag. Tuppence. Tuppence, tuppence a bag..." ;-)

I had to google it to know what you meant :)

Ah...Julie Andrews...her voice is sooooo pretty and so is she...or she was. Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. Lol

I tried that spoon full of sugar when I was a kid and almost choked - very bad advice. :)
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4/5/2016 4:42:22 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 4:40:23 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:38:07 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:33:31 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:29:20 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:21:46 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:07:03 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For anyone who reads this, would you consider the sounds of nature to be music? Let's say you're leaning against a tree in the woods, away from the sounds of cars and other stuff, and all you can hear is the wind, the trees, the birds, and whatever other natural sounds come to you. Is that music?
Yes.

To me, it is, but sometimes it's not very recognizable. Again, I point out that my opinions on something being music fall along the lines of beat, rhythm, and/or melody (http://www.debate.org......). Sometimes, when I hear the birds chirp, I hear a melody, as they repeat themselves over and over. I hear them sing, and it's the same rhythm, and they always time it perfectly, making a silent "beat". The same goes with the wind. I hear the melody of the whistling wind, the melody of the leaves in the trees, and the beat of it as the wind goes on, and the trees slowly stop moving (the time it takes for them to stop moving being the beat).

^^exactly so.

I mentioned this in my previous thread, "What makes music 'music'? (What is music)", http://www.debate.org......

Now, this is just some of my thoughts on the matter. I want to know what you guys think.

Yes sounds in nature are music. What do you think what we do to make music? We whistle, sing, use instruments well so does nature. We also use nature and imitations of nature to make music.

yeah if you call out to the birds on a consistent beat - they answer on your rhythm, I have a bird who sings the "feel good" notes of "feel good inc." by the Gorillaz and I sing the bass or in the summer play it on the piano with the bird nearby and get it to respond on beat. Other birds rhythmically join in for back up.

"Feed the birds. Tuppence a bag. Tuppence. Tuppence, tuppence a bag..." ;-)

I had to google it to know what you meant :)

Ah...Julie Andrews...her voice is sooooo pretty and so is she...or she was. Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. Lol

I tried that spoon full of sugar when I was a kid and almost choked - very bad advice. :)

Well it's better than mistaking flour for powdered sugar and making icing lol.
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4/5/2016 11:11:31 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 4:21:46 AM, Emmarie wrote:
At 4/5/2016 4:07:03 AM, Briannj17 wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For anyone who reads this, would you consider the sounds of nature to be music? Let's say you're leaning against a tree in the woods, away from the sounds of cars and other stuff, and all you can hear is the wind, the trees, the birds, and whatever other natural sounds come to you. Is that music?
Yes.

To me, it is, but sometimes it's not very recognizable. Again, I point out that my opinions on something being music fall along the lines of beat, rhythm, and/or melody (http://www.debate.org......). Sometimes, when I hear the birds chirp, I hear a melody, as they repeat themselves over and over. I hear them sing, and it's the same rhythm, and they always time it perfectly, making a silent "beat". The same goes with the wind. I hear the melody of the whistling wind, the melody of the leaves in the trees, and the beat of it as the wind goes on, and the trees slowly stop moving (the time it takes for them to stop moving being the beat).

^^exactly so.

I mentioned this in my previous thread, "What makes music 'music'? (What is music)", http://www.debate.org......

Now, this is just some of my thoughts on the matter. I want to know what you guys think.

Yes sounds in nature are music. What do you think what we do to make music? We whistle, sing, use instruments well so does nature. We also use nature and imitations of nature to make music.

yeah if you call out to the birds on a consistent beat - they answer on your rhythm, I have a bird who sings the "feel good" notes of "feel good inc." by the Gorillaz and I sing the bass or in the summer play it on the piano with the bird nearby and get it to respond on beat. Other birds rhythmically join in for back up.

That's...actually really impressive...
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4/5/2016 1:02:37 PM
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I think art/music needs to have some aspect of craftsmanship, or being presented as art or music. Art and music are communicative, they represent something created by one (or more) minds.

Birdsong might be considered art, but I don't think the wind can be.

I think a cd compilation of nature sounds could be considered art, but the thing that makes it art isn't the nature sounds but the composition or curation of the sounds.
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4/5/2016 1:41:09 PM
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At 4/5/2016 1:02:37 PM, Raisor wrote:
I think art/music needs to have some aspect of craftsmanship, or being presented as art or music. Art and music are communicative, they represent something created by one (or more) minds.

Birdsong might be considered art, but I don't think the wind can be.

I think a cd compilation of nature sounds could be considered art, but the thing that makes it art isn't the nature sounds but the composition or curation of the sounds.

Glad to hear your insight ^.^
And wind can be kinda hard to see as music without some composition of it, but wind can stir up a sense of emotion. Strong, loud wind gives a more urgent, maybe scared feeling, like an approaching storm. Slow, quiet wind, or a slow breeze, gives a more peaceful tone. When it's all sunny, warm, and you've got that strong wind, it's both relaxing and powerful.
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4/5/2016 2:39:22 PM
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At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
I would say that, to some extent, yes, the sounds of nature are music. Music is defined as" vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion." Nature very often conveys emotion through its sounds. And it is beautiful. Very beautiful.
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4/5/2016 2:41:07 PM
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At 4/5/2016 2:39:22 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
I would say that, to some extent, yes, the sounds of nature are music. Music is defined as" vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion." Nature very often conveys emotion through its sounds. And it is beautiful. Very beautiful.

I described the emotion I got in the post above yours. Glad to hear your insight ^.^
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4/5/2016 2:43:42 PM
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At 4/5/2016 2:41:07 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:39:22 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
I would say that, to some extent, yes, the sounds of nature are music. Music is defined as" vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion." Nature very often conveys emotion through its sounds. And it is beautiful. Very beautiful.

I described the emotion I got in the post above yours. Glad to hear your insight ^.^

So I see. Good job in doing so.
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4/5/2016 2:44:53 PM
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At 4/5/2016 2:43:42 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:41:07 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:39:22 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
I would say that, to some extent, yes, the sounds of nature are music. Music is defined as" vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion." Nature very often conveys emotion through its sounds. And it is beautiful. Very beautiful.

I described the emotion I got in the post above yours. Glad to hear your insight ^.^

So I see. Good job in doing so.

Yey :D

Also, the birds chirping give that kinda happy, childhood feeling, especially with a quick tune from a flute
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4/5/2016 2:47:04 PM
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At 4/5/2016 2:44:53 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:43:42 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:41:07 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:39:22 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
I would say that, to some extent, yes, the sounds of nature are music. Music is defined as" vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion." Nature very often conveys emotion through its sounds. And it is beautiful. Very beautiful.

I described the emotion I got in the post above yours. Glad to hear your insight ^.^

So I see. Good job in doing so.

Yey :D

Yeheheh hehhhhhhhh.

Also, the birds chirping give that kinda happy, childhood feeling, especially with a quick tune from a flute

Yeah. They also make you think of warm, quiet, beautiful days.
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4/5/2016 2:49:07 PM
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At 4/5/2016 2:47:04 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:44:53 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:43:42 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:41:07 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:39:22 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/4/2016 6:32:52 PM, Vaarka wrote:
I would say that, to some extent, yes, the sounds of nature are music. Music is defined as" vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion." Nature very often conveys emotion through its sounds. And it is beautiful. Very beautiful.

I described the emotion I got in the post above yours. Glad to hear your insight ^.^

So I see. Good job in doing so.

Yey :D

Yeheheh hehhhhhhhh.

Also, the birds chirping give that kinda happy, childhood feeling, especially with a quick tune from a flute

Yeah. They also make you think of warm, quiet, beautiful days.

For me, it's exactly like that, but on a sunny morning
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4/5/2016 2:55:17 PM
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At 4/5/2016 2:49:07 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For me, it's exactly like that, but on a sunny morning

Pretty much the same, but I also like cloudy days with a warm breeze or a crisp blue sky with huge puffy clouds scattered everywhere.
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4/5/2016 2:56:11 PM
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At 4/5/2016 2:55:17 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:49:07 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For me, it's exactly like that, but on a sunny morning

Pretty much the same, but I also like cloudy days with a warm breeze or a crisp blue sky with huge puffy clouds scattered everywhere.

Well of course I like those too, but I was referring to what I think of when I hear the happy flute, the chirping birds, etc. I think of children running through the woods on a sunny morning XD
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4/5/2016 2:58:31 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 2:56:11 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:55:17 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:49:07 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For me, it's exactly like that, but on a sunny morning

Pretty much the same, but I also like cloudy days with a warm breeze or a crisp blue sky with huge puffy clouds scattered everywhere.

Well of course I like those too, but I was referring to what I think of when I hear the happy flute, the chirping birds, etc. I think of children running through the woods on a sunny morning XD

Ah. I think of me standing out in the pasture of where I used to live, watching our horses run and play.
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4/5/2016 2:59:51 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 2:58:31 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:56:11 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:55:17 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:49:07 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For me, it's exactly like that, but on a sunny morning

Pretty much the same, but I also like cloudy days with a warm breeze or a crisp blue sky with huge puffy clouds scattered everywhere.

Well of course I like those too, but I was referring to what I think of when I hear the happy flute, the chirping birds, etc. I think of children running through the woods on a sunny morning XD

Ah. I think of me standing out in the pasture of where I used to live, watching our horses run and play.

When it comes to pastures and fields, or plains or whatever, I think of strong winds and slightly lower music, like violins or whistles.
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4/5/2016 3:07:16 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 2:59:51 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:58:31 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:56:11 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:55:17 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:49:07 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For me, it's exactly like that, but on a sunny morning

Pretty much the same, but I also like cloudy days with a warm breeze or a crisp blue sky with huge puffy clouds scattered everywhere.

Well of course I like those too, but I was referring to what I think of when I hear the happy flute, the chirping birds, etc. I think of children running through the woods on a sunny morning XD

Ah. I think of me standing out in the pasture of where I used to live, watching our horses run and play.

When it comes to pastures and fields, or plains or whatever, I think of strong winds and slightly lower music, like violins or whistles.

I can see that. You mean like this? https://www.youtube.com...
2016 was the greatest year in living memory, perhaps surpassed only by 1933. -thett

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You're more of a fluentic fail doer who sometimes does a doo dah with a diggity ding... -Vaarka

Vaarka swung his sword at the mod. However, since I am now incorporeal, he ends up accidentally striking the entire American landmass (It's a REALLY bastard sword), destroying both continents. Spiders are now at 50% of capacity.
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4/5/2016 3:11:57 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 3:07:16 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:59:51 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:58:31 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:56:11 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:55:17 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 4/5/2016 2:49:07 PM, Vaarka wrote:
For me, it's exactly like that, but on a sunny morning

Pretty much the same, but I also like cloudy days with a warm breeze or a crisp blue sky with huge puffy clouds scattered everywhere.

Well of course I like those too, but I was referring to what I think of when I hear the happy flute, the chirping birds, etc. I think of children running through the woods on a sunny morning XD

Ah. I think of me standing out in the pasture of where I used to live, watching our horses run and play.

When it comes to pastures and fields, or plains or whatever, I think of strong winds and slightly lower music, like violins or whistles.

I can see that. You mean like this? https://www.youtube.com...

More like this (the flute in it): https://www.youtube.com... -- at least in the morning woods idea of birds and flute.

This video you sent reminds me of Native Americans, so plains fit well.
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4/5/2016 3:14:53 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 3:11:57 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 3:07:16 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
More like this (the flute in it): https://www.youtube.com... -- at least in the morning woods idea of birds and flute.

The flute tune and whatnot also make me think of Fantasy :3
I like fantasy
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4/5/2016 3:20:46 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 4/5/2016 3:11:57 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 4/5/2016 3:07:16 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
I can see that. You mean like this? https://www.youtube.com...

More like this (the flute in it): https://www.youtube.com... -- at least in the morning woods idea of birds and flute.

Wow lol. I though you were gonna post something like this: https://www.youtube.com...

This video you sent reminds me of Native Americans, so plains fit well.

Yeah. It was performed by a native.
2016 was the greatest year in living memory, perhaps surpassed only by 1933. -thett

Remember: diversity = strength -thett

You're more of a fluentic fail doer who sometimes does a doo dah with a diggity ding... -Vaarka

Vaarka swung his sword at the mod. However, since I am now incorporeal, he ends up accidentally striking the entire American landmass (It's a REALLY bastard sword), destroying both continents. Spiders are now at 50% of capacity.