Beautiful songs with piano and girl singers?

I'm in love with two songs by The Hush Sound that are so beautiful called Lighthouse and You Are the Moon, and i was wondering if anyone had any suggestions.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    You will like 100% the song "I envy the wind" by Lucinda Williams.

    Do you know Enya? she has a beautiful voice, try "Secret World" and "If i could be where you are" . "Watermark" and "Fading Hues" by Enya are also very good, but there is no vocals, plain piano.

    You could try "You were the star" by Kate Bush but i am not sure if you gonna like it, she sings very high in this one.

    You might like other things by her, like "Moonlight Shadow" or "Where the wild roses grow" Her voice is incredible.

    If you like opera, check out Sarah Brightman

  • 5 years ago

    Here's what little I know: Start with the key of c. Play the scale. It's all white keys. Notice the pattern: C (hop the flat) D hop E F hop G hop A hop B C. To transpose is to slide that pattern up the keyboard: D hop E hop F# G hop A hop B hop C# and so on for each starting note -- that's how come a song in the key of D uses F# and C# and the rest natural. The basic chord is 1st, 3rd, 5th Minor is flatting the 3rd 7 add a flatted 7th (unless it's maj 7th) # is sharping every note diminished is flatting 3rd and 5th (often used with sharp, so for the chord you just sharp the first note, leave the other 2 alone). Augmented sharps the 5th If you learn the basic chords on the piano (MUCH easier than on guitar, which I don't get the logic of), then you can play anything. There are books that have the guitar chords, with the melody. (That's how I learned to play piano.) Whatever instrument you play, a given chord is always the same notes. Thus, whether piano, guitar, ukelele, or harpsicord, a g major 7th is always G B D F# Always. As far as what chords to play, I can't help you there, as I need to have the notes and chords all written out for me. (When I didn't have the music, I'd ask my brother, who has perfect pitch, damn him!) Hope this helps.

  • 1 decade ago

    Well, perhaps you might enjoy some things from Deep Forest,

    particularly the Boheme album. It's tribal sorts of music (each CD is from a differn't part of the world) but they put it to either beat music, or even piano.. it's just beautiful and worth checking out.

  • 1 decade ago

    In The Darkest Place...by Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach

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  • 1 decade ago

    I Hope You Dance, by Lee Ann Womack

  • Nass
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    1 decade ago

    Try Alicia Keys. She's a pianist. The one I'm most familiar with is Fallin'.

  • 1 decade ago

    Norah Jones, Come Away With Me! Pure heaven!!!!!!!

  • 1 decade ago

    Tori Amos. All her songs are great

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    1,000 miles by Michelle Branch. I always listen to it when my hubby goes out of town... sniff sniff

  • 1 decade ago

    try some kate bush wuthering hights

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