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The opening melody sounds familiar? How dare they mess with Chiaki-senpai's Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto like thaaaat!!!
Why would I not treat her well?
Every hymn has great meanings, I must say.
Lately I like to hear Ave Verum Corpus by Mozart. It's nearing Easter, after all. The meaning suits the atmosphere.
I still like to sing and pray in Latin, at least.
My favorite books? I had hundreds of them (since most are from series). I guess mentioning some of the authors is a lot easier: Garth Nix, Robin McKinley, Megan Whalen Turner, Maria V. Snyder, Shannon Hale, Anne Elisabeth Stengl, Kristin Cashore, Jessica Day George, Rick Riordan, C. S. Lewis, Melanie Dickerson, Alison Croggon, Lynn Kurland, Agatha Christie, Mette Ivie Harrison, Michael Scott, and still soooooo many others.
Only one? Eh, which one should I pick... I don't think I can pick at all.
Music artist? I guess the one I like the most will be Akiko Shikata.
That said, do you understand what you're singing/praying?
Hymns generally hold a deep meaning. It feels like reading old, mysterious manuscripts or a Biblical expression at times.
As of late, I listen to Vienna Boys' Choir's sound occasionally. They also have their version of Ave Verum Corpus, if I remember it correctly.
I wish I can speak Latin. Their songs are beautiful and mesmerizing.