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 No.657393[Last 50 Posts]

Bonys points for good MLP art

 No.657403

Awe man, now I am trying to remember if there are any danish songs I know of that are about danish myths or such.

Mostly, I can think of the Faroese (part of Denmark, but mostly its own culture) band Týrs rendition of Ramund, an old viking ballad. Significantly shortened, sicne the actual ballad is RIDICULOUSLY long, but an awesome song all the same. We used to sing this at 10th grade assemblies when I went to my 10th grade boarding school, and it's fairly commonly found in song books here.


And as usual, cause I am a dork, translation follows.



Ramund would be a man of higher status
If he wore finer clothes
The Queen gave him clothes
Made from blue yarn, bast and leather
"I do not want these", said Ramund
"This does not suit me well", said Ramund the Young

Ramund walked by the salty sea shore
There he met seven  giants
"I will take Ramund with my smallest hand
and toss him far from the shore"
"You won't do that alone," said Ramund
"Came at me, all seven of you," said Ramund the Young

Ramund took hold of his sword
That he called The Red Dowel
He cut all seven giants down with one stroke
So that they all bled to death
"There all seven of them lie," said Ramund
"Yet I am still standing," said Ramund the Young

The emperor watched from his window
With fear and worry on his face
"Who is that man standing in my courtyard
Laughing such a frightening laugh?"
"It is I, and I wish," said Ramund
"To have a duel with you," Said Ramund the Young

Ramund took hold of his large knife
The one he called the Great Dowel
And split the emperor's body from his legs
And sent his head flying fifteen miles
"I didn't think the knife was so sharp," said Ramund
"And yet the blood is trickling down," said Ramund the Young

 No.657563

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>>657403
>dat translation

Jesus christ that's bloody

I like it!

 No.657570

i always loved the folk songs in Lord of the Rings! does that count?

 No.657663

>>657563
Themøs viking sagas for ya.

 No.657722

File: 1515668832090.png (274.76 KB, 399x1067, 399:1067, tall.png) ImgOps Google

Ayyy this is my kinda thread

Star of the county down
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GbdB7PlGtc

Step it out mary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVyC8LJG2pE

Crooked Jack
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nf_5G_kCE8c

The pound a week rise (very similar to crooked jack)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUVSz7t2P58

Arlington (not really a story, but then again it kinda is)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvDr3oN0zrs

Edit:
The Foggy Dew
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaS3vaNUYgs

 No.657726

>>657722
ur a star of the county down

I'll hafta give these a listen when I am not editing video.

 No.657727

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for more music that expresses stories, people should check out the phenomenal Dear Evan Hansen Soundtrack. Every song on there is a MASTAPIECE.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLycFKrkRCmebsYLEMlXutryWDH97D258d

>>657726
That's true actually. I am pretty much a county down from you.

I hope you do <3

I liked the Tyr song, btw. Nicely nordic.

>>657393
oooh I didn't listen to this until now. It's flippin' gorgeous, and wow is it ever tragic.

 No.657729

>>657727
How clever you are.

I'm thinking I should post a Svartsort song or two as well. They're about the only band I know of here that base ALL Their tracks on nordic folklore.

 No.657786

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aw, my video from last night didn't post! i had posted a song from Lord of the Rings!

 No.657788

>>657570
>>657786
Are you sure this isn't the one?

 No.657791

>>657788
...oh. that's the one. i cannot see it o_o

(hi rosie, i love you! )

 No.657793

Are the ponies singing about saving the Crystal ponies too valid for this thread?
I say they are.

 No.657796

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>>657791
Aww, thanks, Moony ^_^ Please feed my ego like that more, and I'll be sure to love you back.

(psyke, I already do)

 No.657806

>>657793
It's not really folk, but I dig that song a lot.

 No.657812

>>657796
i am always happy to see you!! c:

>>657793
we can save the crystal ponies with their history!

 No.657818

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>>657812
For reals? Why so? Is it because we rarely meet?

 No.657823

File: 1515691501651.png (157.54 KB, 435x360, 29:24, you are wonderful.png) ImgOps Google

>>657818
...partly so. but also because, you are so nice! i like to spend time with you because you are so fun and nice to spend time with!

 No.657848

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>>657823
hnng

wow, you're such a charmer c:

It's not often people tell me I'm nice and fun. It's really nice, though. Being nice and fun is a big goal for me in life.

I think you're... intelligent, extremely agreeable and diplomatic, and that comes on top of being a very wise and caring dude, willing to put others before himself when it counts.

 No.657857

>>657722

I can feel the Irish blizzard from here.

I better get some Whisky.

 No.657863

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>>657848
aw, thanks rosie!! that is sweet of you to say c:

i hope i can live up to that praise!

 No.657866

>>657863
>i hope i can live up to that praise!
That's what makes you the champ.

>>657857
^_^ hope you enjoy them

 No.657868


 No.657873

Time to Lais now

 No.657874


 No.657877


 No.657880

He was a young man of 18 years
who came to confess his love
but when he took her innocense
he left her with a burden.

In the morning he came to speak with her
and could see her tears of shame
She said "Young man, look what you've done to me
I carry your fruit of flesh and blood."

He took her outside
to the woods where the birds sing
He took her to the river
and said: This will be your grave

He immediately grabbed her
he took a knife and stabbed her 7 times
Yes 7 times it took to have her fall before him
and drown in her own blood

Goodbye father, goodbye mother
Goodbye sister, goodbye brother
I am to depart from this world
and rest in a dark grave.

See the murderer run
restless and unable to find hope.
He's crying btter tears
for he will spend his life in prison.

 No.657882

I came to tell how Pier came to marry Trijn
Their wedding had just been had or they'd come to regret
The first day it was all laughter, all they could see was cheering
and Pier and Trijn were as happy as they could be.

Jan gave them chickens for the pen, Dries gave them a pig,
Mary gave them a coffee pot and a shovel
Mother Janne gave them a cow and Jef some plyers
and Pier de Wal gave them a trap to catch mice.

When the wedding was done Pier began to command
Where the furniture went and he wanted to clear the house
But Trijn told him "What are you up to, this is not a man's job,
Let me have the way I want."

Pier hung the saltbox above the hearth and Trijn begun to protest
She said she didn't like it and it wouldn't stay
Trijn took it down and Pier hit her twice
and told her "You shrew, you won't push me around"

Trijn as a fury so angry yelled "Do I have to suffer
If you hit me again I won't spare you".
Pier retorted "Be quiet, you will live by my rules
I wear the pants and in this corner, the saltbox shall stay"

Trijn brought her husband before court
and had him explain why a man
has the right to decide
where kitchen furniture goes. She took it onwards.

They fought for a long legal battle
until they lost everything and had to sell it all
Their entire household, the saltbox, the pots, the pans
Mother Janne's cow and the copper kettle.

 No.657889

something different

 No.657912

File: 1515698018809.png (157.54 KB, 435x360, 29:24, you are wonderful.png) ImgOps Google

>>657866
...gosh, well, thank you rosie! i think, you are the champ!

>>657868
hi hispers! <3 i am happy to see you again c:

>>657873
this one is restricted for me, but the next one was very pretty!!

this is all traditional Belgian folk music?

 No.657938

>>657912

Hello, Moony.

How are you?

 No.657944

ohhhh the OP asks us to find songs that tell stories or folklore!!

i have a few good ones!

This a piece of music, written about an old folk story.

In the days of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (265 AD - 420 AD)
There was once a wealthy family, who bore many children, but only a single daughter. The daughter was brilliant, and had a compulsion to learn. Though it was uncommon at the time for women to take up the path of the scholar, the daughter persuades her father to attend classes at the academy, dressed as a man.

The daughter travels to Hangzhou, where she meets Liang Shanbo, a male scholar, along the way.

They chat, and become good friends, finding each the intellectual equal as the other. They make a pact of brotherhood under the canopy of a bridge.

They study together for three years, and the daughter gradually falls in love with the scholar. They prove to be equally good students, but the scholar fails to realize that the daughter is female, or that she is attracted to him.

One day, the daughter receives a letter from her father, asking her to return home immediately. The daughter complies, and sadly says farewell to the scholar. But she searches her heart, and has determined that she loves the scholar, and must be with him.

She reveals to the school headmaster's wife, her true identity, and asks her to give a valuable jade pendant to the scholar, as a betrothal gift.

The scholar in the meantime, decides to make the journey back with the daughter to see her off. During the journey, the daughter makes multiple hints to the oblivious scholar about her true identity.

The daughter then comes up with an idea, telling the scholar that she will act as a matchmaker for him and "his" sister. Before they part ways, the daughter reminds the scholar to return to the residence, so that the scholar can formally propose to the "sister" (who is really going to be her).

Many moons later, when the scholar goes to visit the daughter, he discovers that his scholarly friend was actually the daughter all along, and that she is a woman.

They make a vow to be together and love each other until death does part them. Meanwhile, the daughter's parents have already betrothed her to marry a man named Wencai, a man from a very rich family.

The scholar is heartbroken, and when he hears this news, he becomes deeply depressed until he dies of the heartbreak. By then, the scholar had already become a successful county magistrate.

On the day of the daughter and Wencai's wedding, a strong wind prevents the wedding procession from bringing the daughter past the point of the scholar's grave, which is in the middle of the journey she must take.

The daughter leaves the procession to pay her respects at the grave. When she sees it, she is overcome with despair, and begs that the grave might take her too. The grave opens with a thunderstrike, and the daughter throws herself into the deep grave to join the scholar.

she perishes, and the spirits of the daughter and the scholar emerge from the grave in the form of a pair of butterflies, who fly away together, never to be separated again.

 No.657947

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>>657938
i am well c: i am at work! how are you hispers?

 No.657952

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>>657947

Hmm...

You post pones at work, interesting.

I am as fine as possible I guess...

 No.657956

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>>657952
i do it very sneaky like ^^

...fine as possible? oh hispers, i hope things can get better! are you at work too?

 No.657961

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>>657952
>Not posting ponies at work

 No.657962

>>657956

No, Moony.
I am laying in bed, posting around and stuff.

I bet you are sneaky.

 No.657967

>>657961

Technically I don't have a job.

 No.657990

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>>657962
you are in bed? that is nice! i want to go to bed too :c

 No.657993

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>>657990

I'd like to have a job...

But that would force me to slowdown in college.

 No.657997

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>>657993
your scholarly pursuits come first! if you do not think you can balance both, the more important is to do well in school.

 No.657998

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>>657967
>>657993
Collage is a job

 No.658002

File: 1515701771517.png (1.78 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, meh.png) ImgOps Google

>>657997


Well, I am not a doing excellent.

My average is like 8,3/10.

 No.658007

File: 1515701937892.png (407.56 KB, 461x840, 461:840, 3.png) ImgOps Google

>>658002
That's really good though

 No.658010

>>658007
>>658002
Yeah, that's really good, actually.

 No.658013

>>658007
>>658010

Not as good as sounds, trust me.

What are you guys up to?

 No.658015

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>>658013
How so? 83% sound really good to me.

Slowly dying every second

 No.658016

File: 1515702370081.png (91.66 KB, 316x351, 316:351, anyone home.png) ImgOps Google

I got a pHd in something I almost failed the introductory course into.

 No.658018

>>658015

dying?

:c

>>658016

I told you to bring an apple for the teacher.

 No.658020

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>>658016
>>658016
Im a psychopotamus, Yes. Pinky has a degree

 No.658021

File: 1515702633020.png (157.54 KB, 435x360, 29:24, you are wonderful.png) ImgOps Google

>>658002
>>658010
>>658013
you are working hard, and that is what matters! After college, the grade you got, within two years, shall be entirely irrelevant to employers.

 No.658024

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>>658018
Yes, everyone is dying second from second. Slowly we are going to our unavoidable death. At least currently

 No.658025

>>658021
>After college, the grade you got, within two years, shall be entirely irrelevant to employers.

Two years?

>shall be entirely irrelevant to employers.

Do you think so?

 No.658030

>>658018
I brought sausage

 No.658033

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>>658024
Yass. Nice and slow thats how we like it.

 No.658034

>>658025
You can change a lot as a person in two years. And two years of work experience in a field is worth way more than an entire college education in some cases.

 No.658040

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>>658034
People never change

 No.658042

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>>658030

Brand or common?

 No.658043

>>658024

Oh... yeah...that's true.

 No.658045

>>658034
>>658040

Makes sense

<_<

 No.658047

>>658040
>_>

Idk about you, but I'm always changing.

 No.658053

File: 1515703329749.gif (Spoiler Image, 911.46 KB, 403x316, 403:316, hair.gif) ImgOps Google

See you later guys, dad needs me.

 No.658054

>>658053
Don't let him wear you too thin <3

 No.658066

File: 1515703654899.png (127.97 KB, 634x356, 317:178, shy smile.png) ImgOps Google

>>658025
>>658034
i help a lot of different companies do hiring. if your resume says "two years of experience", and has no GPA on it, i would never bat an eye and ask why no GPA is listed.

on the other hand, if someone has their GPA on their resume after two years of working, i treat that with some skepticism. "Why is this still here?"

Maaaaybe some employers will care. But the vast majority, including big, BIG companies and financial firms, don't want to see your GPA.

They want to know what you learned, what you did, in your two years of work. i lead this initiative. i completed this or that project, under budget, ahead of schedule.

as an aside, when applying, don't say you collaborated on this or that. collaboration is a word that tells an employer "i do not want to take full responsibility for claiming i actually know how to do this."

i collaborated on this project with a team

vs.

i worked on this project to completion

the latter is much better.

but back to the GPA, it is okay. truly. a high GPA might give you a nice headstart. but work experience and the confidence to apply courageously will get you further than GPA can.

 No.658088

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>>658066
Sooooo you didn't hire some people.
What if they really needed that job and you didn't hire them Moony? What if they killed themself cus you didn't hire them D: !

 No.658092

>>658088
dude that's not cool

 No.658093

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>>658088

Then they had bigger issues than unemployment.

 No.658103

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>>658088
i should hope that wasn't the case, but at the end of the day, someone must become hired, and the others, not hired.

i do my best to help find good people, but i cannot control the others not getting hired.

>>658093
hi ebon <3 c:

>>658092
yes, i am thinking, not cool!

 No.658110

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>>658103

Hi Moony!

 No.658112

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>>658103
Probably not. That is true, someone has to suffer so someone could be happy. The rule of this world indeed

>>658092
>>658103
Noone said I am cool beside in other thread about being cool you said it's not important to be cool :P

 No.658120

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>>658112
Maybe cause you keep saying shit like this

I don't recall saying that.

 No.658125

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>>658120
Saying stuff that might happened?

Not you, Moony

 No.658146

>>658125
I typed a textwall because idk.


I'll try to explain my point of view

The fact that it could happen is totally and completely irrelevant to why it's an uncool thing to say.

- I didn't give money to homeless people today, maybe they starved to death.
- I didn't donate to Africa today, Africans are starving and slaving away in mines.
- I'm not taking steps to save the environment right now, if the Ozone layer thins and our planets ecosystems collapse, I will hold myself personally responsible.

You see where I'm going with this, right? While I technically did nothing to prevent these disasters that "might have happened", it was not my intention to cause harm, so it would be unfair for me to hold me responsible, and it would just bring the general mood down, if every time I didn't do something which could benefit someone (which is all the time), I reminded myself of the misery I could prevent.

Not to say, that people shouldn't do things to prevent misery, obviously it is always a good idea to do so, but it is better if such actions are driven by positive incentives where it is possible, rather than by feelings of guilt.

Sometimes guilt is merited, if indeed something simple can be done to improve the world and such acts are neglected. But in a case were there's a limited number of job openings, and no further can be created by Moony which is the likely scenario when you're brought in as a hiring specialist, it is not so much merited, as there is no action you can take which improves the situation.

Also, how extreme is it to just say to someone, "hey you might have killed some people", when all they did was hire some people. IF they unknowingly killed someone, why would you bring that shit up. That's just opening old wounds. Tact, man, tact. It'll save you out there if you practice it.

Jeez

 No.658153

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>>658146
Why are you so mad?
I can see Moony be mad but not you

Also yeah, you might killed homeless person cus you didn't give him money and he starved to death however by giving him money, maybe other homeless person could kill him from jealouse and to steal that money so you could kill him too by giving him money. No matter what you do, there is possiblity that your killed that homeless guy.

 No.658158

>>658153
You think I wanted to spend my time explaining basic tact to internet people today? Nuh uh, dude. But I feel like I have to when you say stupid shit like that, or you're just gonna keep doing it, lounging around being willfully sad depressing, refusing to take responsibility for anything you do, like the world is some kinda big lottery that just doles every little thing you say out with no involvement from you whatsoever.

 No.658161

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>>658158
Well you decide to do that not me.

 No.658162

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What happened to this thread?

 No.658163

>>658066

I see...

I should investigate how things work here, tho.

 No.658165

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>>658162
CHAOS!

 No.658166

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>>658161
That's just great

>>658162
Nothing good, my dude

It's been unstructured for 40 posts, and now it's me being triggered.

 No.658167

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>>658166
Isn't it? Hope you didn't negate anything which could cause some bad stuff

 No.658169

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>>658166

Hay rosy rose you're doing your best, it's ok! U r fine, don't take it too seriously k buddy?

 No.658178

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 No.658204

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>>658185

Hallo, Wheat.

Alles gut?

 No.658355

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I found a sweet song about the Nökken a while back when making this character, but I wasn't able to find it again...

 No.659059

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Are we having fun in here?

 No.659082

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>>658153
>>658158
I didn't see all this before.

Wrap it up guys, or take it to another thread.

 No.663085


 No.663207

Not quite folklore but one of my favorites.

 No.663213

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>>663207
His voice is gorgeous

 No.663281

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>>663213
The studio version sounds NOTHING like this version and it bothers me. Like, I know there's something terrible with the feedback, but I've also heard it live and the studio version sounds terrible in comparison.


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