Soffenoffe

Sofia (苏菲), 29, mujer, Suecia
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  • Erkan-Yilmaz

    Hallå Sofia, we've musical compatibility (1) + also we've 2 of our friends in common (Creativeuphoria, Cyantio). I discovered you while looking at the members of I ♥ Mandarin & Cantonese and since our music compatibility is: medium (1), I'd appreciate it when you accept my friend request here. Perhaps, listen first to my library (2). (1) artists in common: 王菲, 鄧麗君, 辛曉琪, 林憶蓮, 孫燕姿. (2) Feel free to *discover new music*: play my library

    24 Dic 2014 Responder
  • mathans23

    What an interesting taste in music! You're awesome, and you're flickr blew me away btw.

    29 Nov 2014 Responder
  • erewhon25

    If you like foreign languages, I can recommend you Eefje de Visser! Beaytiful pop songs in melodic Dutch.

    13 Nov 2013 Responder
  • miracle-2010

    ( ◑‿◑)

    29 Ago 2013 Responder
  • lukasz_pulawski

    Since you listen to Ros Sereysothea you may also like reading my article on Cambodian music. http://www.laboratoriummuzycznychfuzji.com/2013/06/labopedia-muzyka-kambodzy-panstwa-w.html If you like it you may also click "lubię to" button to like my website (on the right handside of the page). There's a translation tool in the top right corner.

    19 Jun 2013 Responder
  • Rhodry_Ray

    Hi there! I just happened to see that you like Scandinavian music, and especially choir music, as fas r as I understand? Since I actually am a swedish choir singer (from the choir Oprhei Drängar - I don't know if you have heard of them?) I thought I might suggest some nice songs to you. Here we go: Min yndlingsdal, by Jorgen Jersild. Sung in danish. Sûgismaastikud, by [unknown]. Sung in estonian. Tonerna, by Carl Sjöberg. Sung in swedish. Kung Liljekonvalje, by David Wikander (I'd recommend the Orphei Drängar recording of this song!). Sung i swedish, with the most beautiful of texts. Uti vår hage, by Hugo Alfvén (I'd recommend a Orphei Drängar recording of this one too!). Sung in swedish. I hope you'll enjoy!

    11 Sep 2012 Responder
  • metalsi666

    我是住在深圳,是一名从事电子和通信行业的工程师。传统的挪威黑金属有人爱,也有人爱WITTR,我就特别喜欢Lifelover这类瑞典黑金属乐队,这是个人的音乐品味以及态度。P.S.你来自一个非常伟大的国家。挪威瑞典对于全世界的金属乐迷来说都是很神圣的两个国家,并且我认识的一些中国金属乐迷对北欧三国都是非常的向往,很大一部分原因也是因为你们那里的寒冷气候,给人感觉很cool!不过相比于黑金属,我也会听Death Metal,Viking Metal,Thrash Metal等风格。

    5 Jul 2012 Responder
  • metalsi666

    Wolves in the Throne Room特别棒!我真的非常喜欢这支band.昆明可能现场演出相比于北京上海这些地方没那么多,不过一年四季的气候很棒。我是安徽人,不过来广东省读书和工作也有好多年了,在广州也经常能看到广州本土的一些地下金属乐队,还有很多机会看到香港金属乐队的演出,比如HYPONIC这些在亚洲都是很出名的乐队。

    3 Jul 2012 Responder
  • metalsi666

    中国黑金属乐队当中,我喜欢的有Be Persecuted,Skeletal Augury,Deep Mountains等

    23 Jun 2012 Responder
  • KimKimi

    Haha Yes Me too love my Avi *---* ♥

    16 May 2012 Responder
  • IgorB

    Mittelhochdeutsch! <3

    2 May 2012 Responder
  • fantomeen

    okey då ;)

    1 May 2012 Responder
  • grantosjones

    Yeah, can't go wrong with The White, my favourite material by Agalloch to be honest!

    12 Abr 2012 Responder
  • corwin7

    Hi there, looking at your playlist, you may know Deleyaman. I wanted to let you know that this is the best time to support them and to show them our appreciation for their great work and music by visiting their page here http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/135031151/deleyaman-west-coast-tour-project You'll see their video presentation and the details on how you can help out and support them. If it's possible, please do your best to participate no matter how modest or small your part. The band needs each one of its listeners & fans to put this project together. They have imagined all sorts of special gifts in return of their fans participation. I also noted that they answer each participant personally by email. Thanks a lot ! - Eve

    11 Dic 2011 Responder
  • LittleGirlXtina

    i know a swedish guy who can speak mandarin, & he has many friends who can speak both mandarin & swedish, do you want to know him?^^

    23 Oct 2011 Responder
  • xxweirdwonderxx

    Wow your experience in Beijing sounds awesome, maybe in the future if my dream does come true I'll ask you for a lot of advice :D How do you get to explore the city around by yourself? I think I heard of this German metal head, he's really into the Chinese music scene which is great because I think a lot of underground artists don't get the publicity or appreciation and sadly I feel most Chinese people are into that terrible mainstream pop music...is the Chinese metal magazine you're talking about is Painkiller? xD I looked up the 798 Art Zone on Flickr and that is definitely something I want to go see~ Most people give me a face when I tell them I wanna go to Beijing (but they're Chinese so it kinda makes sense) what do you think of the government? >< lol it's okay I like your long messages they're interesting to read I have more to say but school keeps me busy ): so hopefully I'll get back to you about the Uyghurs lol

    11 Sep 2011 Responder
  • Kishinev

    Have you ever listened to the label Sublime Frequencies? For a fellow explorer of lesser-heard languages in music I'd highly recommend any of their releases. Since you're interested in Chinese culture, "Ethnic Minority Music of Northwest Xinjiang" is really wonderful.

    7 Sep 2011 Responder
  • herman1155

    the Smashing Pumpkins / Billy Corgan - he plays the guitar on the song, "Turn My Way" :) If you can, "Regret" is another song I would recommend - it's got that classic NO sound that we both seem to enjoy :) I'm sorry you missed out on Crater Lake, but you'll be back again, no? With Seattle, you definitely have to go to Pike Place Fishmarket - the amounts of fresh seafood is amazing and always a highlight for people to see plus there's a ton of great places to eat by there...be careful of the flying fish... when you're in nyc the next time, let me know :)

    6 Sep 2011 Responder
  • herman1155

    hey there :) i had friday/monday off so a nice extended weekend for me =) i had a few friends/house guests from london that stayed over after a concert we attended on friday - some sightseeing on saturday and sunday - i definately recommend a bus tour i went with my friends called "the ride" - it's something like a disney ride - everyone boards a tour bus that has stadium seating and everyone is looking at one side of the bus..the guides were great and got everyone involved - do check it out when you're in nyc. monday was an early morning breakfast and then cleaning up my apartment and then an early night - how about you? For New Order, their last album that I bought from them was through iTunes, Get Ready, the album I thought was okay but I would want you to listen to it and we'll talk more about them but I will say that there are two songs, Crystal and Someone Like You - they've been re-mixed by various artists and they're two of my favorites from the album...if you're a fan of

    6 Sep 2011 Responder
  • jcshepard

    Thanks for that youtube, I don't know anything about folk music outside English. My g-grandmother, Elena, followed her sister to Chicago in 1892, married and settled down on a farm in Michigan. I have other ancestors from Sweden, also, earlier. I've been to the Swedish Institute in Minneapolis a couple times, fascinated by their history.

    4 Sep 2011 Responder
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I listen a lot to songs in foreign languages and some of my favorite singing languages are: Mandarin, Hebrew, Japanese, Persian, Irish, Breton, Scottish Gaelic, Punjabi, Hindi, Korean, Mongolian, Cantonese, Uzbek, German (esp. Middle High German), Sanskrit, Latin, Swahili, Armenian, Tamashek and eh, Sindarin. I also have a soft spot for song in certain Swedish dialects and accents and English accents (Irish accent for instance).

I have a great affection for and interest in medieval ballads, mainly Scandinavian ones. I can't help but love how they tell tales of murder and whoring, family feuds, jealousy, revenge, betrayal and infidelity, forbidden love, bastard children, rape and kidnapping, ambushes, violent battles, torture, executions, martyrs and saints, spellcasting and shapeshifting, werewolves, trolls, pixies, dragons and other folklore creatures, of faithful love winning the battle against evil and of great wonders, et.c - it's just plain awesome and such an invaluable historical treasure!



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