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Steve Colman10/02/2017 21:28:49
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I have a very eclectic taste in music and I came across this French lady a while ago while just browsing around youtube as you do.

This particular piece is just so soulful, beautiful and ethereal.

Close your eyes, Imagine yourself soaring majestically in the sky and simply allow yourself to fly with the music.

Steve.

john stones 110/02/2017 22:02:36
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Beautiful piece of music Steve. yes

Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator10/02/2017 23:05:44
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Wow - I like that! smile d

BEB

cymaz10/02/2017 23:11:06
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+1 ...like that Steve. Here are 3 of my favourites :

HERE

HERE

HERE

Enjoy

Mark Kettle 111/02/2017 05:18:07
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I very nice choices yes , can I add this one.

McG 696911/02/2017 09:07:09
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I was very impressed myself by this - award winning - Music for a Change's first release back in 2008.

Hope you enjoy it too.

Cheers

Chris

 

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John Laird11/02/2017 10:26:03
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on the otherhand , you can have videos of model flying with some nice background music

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Stuart Z11/02/2017 10:39:33
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Posted by Steve Colman on 10/02/2017 21:28:49:

I have a very eclectic taste in music and I came across this French lady a while ago while just browsing around youtube as you do.

This particular piece is just so soulful, beautiful and ethereal.

Close your eyes, Imagine yourself soaring majestically in the sky and simply allow yourself to fly with the music.

Steve.

Steve,
I was back in the Puchacz soaring over Hus Bos!
Thanks

Steve Colman11/02/2017 17:43:39
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A very positive response, thanks to all who posted.

I enjoyed the other examples posted too. Just goes to show what a discerning audience we all are when it comes to great music.

There's so much unrecognised talent going on in bedrooms and small studios and garages all around the world that often blows the socks off of much of today's mainstream popular music.

Steve.

Josip Vrandecic -Mes11/02/2017 19:47:51
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Dear Steve , about music.... I do not like to talk , but I like to recommend the greats of classical music Welshman Karl Jenkins .....heart

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Mark Kettle 111/02/2017 21:46:31
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Good choice Josip, I used Karl Jenkins music when filming Stan Cooper and Brian Kettle float flying, sadly both have passed away now, but the flying video and choice of music feels more and very poignant now, do spend a little time to watch the video to the end as it has a nice ending.

Harry Twist12/02/2017 20:23:10
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Hi, Reading this thread has reminded me of a 45rpm vinyl single I bought in the 1980's! ( I know ..I know ..).

On the record was music from a film made about the Red Arrows in 1980, made not long after moving on to the Hawk.

One side of the record was called "Hypercharge" the flip side was called "Fly " - one fast dynamic tune plus one much more gentle tune. If I remember rightly the music was written specifically for the Red Arrows film.

Any way thought you might like to see and hear it... so here is a link. Its 1980s filming - so not digital but there are some good air to air shots! The start is the dynamic music - the calmer gentler music starts around 2 minutes 30secs in.

Hope you enjoy it....**LINK**

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Mark Kettle 112/02/2017 22:14:29
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Chris Williams music and gliders - a lot of the music used in his videos are from his band I believe, the second video you see him on stage.

 
 
 
ABB caught here at a theatre gig in Winchester, Southern England in 2007
 
 
 
My favourite is this one below, the words match our hobby, 'Affection' or " Obsession the enemy of progress "
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Mark Kettle 114/04/2017 10:00:24
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A great number from my younger days at was played on the radio many times.

Bert Kaempfert Afrikaan Beat, - 'Swing Safari'

 

Also the music is in the background at this a Boeing 747 display at Duxford in 2003 - I was their it was great, low and slow and flying tight in like a Cessna.

 

 
 
Enjoy - A Boeing 747 ZAL-Springbok 100 performing "aerobatics". 

 

 

 

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Mark Kettle 114/04/2017 10:07:21
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No flying just a good flash mob.

 

 
You see the organiser walk by the camera a few times in a blue shirt, and the kids jumping up and down towards the end. 

 

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Phil 914/04/2017 10:12:16
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Posted by Steve Colman on 10/02/2017 21:28:49:

I have a very eclectic taste in music and I came across this French lady a while ago while just browsing around youtube as you do.

This particular piece is just so soulful, beautiful and ethereal.

Close your eyes, Imagine yourself soaring majestically in the sky and simply allow yourself to fly with the music.

Steve.

start this at 1.58 and tell me this is not the coronation street theme tune

Mark Kettle 114/04/2017 12:40:32
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Yeh your right Phil.

Mark Kettle 124/05/2017 07:40:21
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Not so much 'Fly to Music', it's more like music to produce kits too. Soundtrack I guess choose by the company who transferred from cine to VHS. If any children are watching don't copy the adults and start smoking.

A little about the video.

You Tube Published on 14 Aug 2016 by Geoff Milnes

This is a cine film transferred to VHS in 2003 of the Keil Kraft model factory shot in the 1960s. Keil Kraft produced balsa wood model aircraft kits some of which were gliders or scale and sports models powered by i.c glow or diesel engines and some by jetex or wind-up rubber bands.

Keil's Kraft representative Fred Westerman obtained the VHS copy. The well loved end product's seen in the video, however we did not know the kit's were produced without guarding on the machines or visible dust extraction.

 

See workers like the General Manager Eddie Cosh at 1:24, also at 4:29 there's a guy pushing wood through a table saw by hand using his left hand, he is missing the end of his thumb on that hand! Plus huge stacks of balsa wood seen everywhere and they're allowed to smoke onsite.

 

Also see how serious the workers are?  I only saw a lady waving from her machine at 7:30, and I really like their delivery van and the dog in the larger lorry at 13:10.

 

This cine was filmed when people had to do something before modern TV, which sadly now totally takes over our modern lives.

 

 

 

 

Edited By Mark Kettle 1 on 24/05/2017 07:47:17

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