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08 February 2010 @ 11:08 pm
Still freaking out  

On Friday, I discovered that THIS was coming to Europe.

On Saturday, I suggested adhara to go.

On Sunday, we had our tickets.

Today, rakshah has her tickets (next to ours)


I have no words to explain how important  Nobuo Uematsu's music is for me. His compositions have been one of the most important ones in my entire life. I could even put one of his tracks into each moment of my life, they have always accompanied me.

(If you haven't ever listened to Final Fantasy VI Original Soundtrack you are just lame and losers and whatever you fancy to consider  yourself someone to whom I'm not going to say hi ever again)

In a way, it is for his music that I am here today.
I have always dreamt about attending a live concert on his compositions, to feel his music being played live for me, to dive into his melodies and be able to fly with them.

Well, I am going to experience it and I can't believe it yet. I think I won't be able to until I'll be back but that will be too late. But I'm sure that's going to be a fucking awesome weekend.

And I'm gonna cry like things which cry rivers.


Where I am: Spain, Cáceres
Notes in the wind: Nobuo Uematsu - Tina's Theme | Powered by Last.fm
lunalilalunalila on February 8th, 2010 10:17 pm (UTC)
Oh! I have to admit when you said you were going to a concert on Twitter I didn't know who they were, or what they were. I thought it was a rock band LOL. But this music is... inspiring! Thanks for sharing!
Hope you enjoy a lot in Stockholm and bring back the happiness and the joy of wonderful days.
FeR: [FFX] Yuna's resolutionferlocke on February 8th, 2010 10:19 pm (UTC)
And inspiring they are, I usually write with Videogames soundrack because they are the best to make feelings come up to the surface... hmmm I think I should make a post about them... and give some reccomendations!!
(Anonymous) on February 8th, 2010 10:20 pm (UTC)
Yo estoy intentando que J se anime a ir solo porque yo no podría ir pero me da que por mucho que sea uno de sus sueños no va a hacerlo, tsk.

¡¡¡Así me gusta, con un par en toma de decisiones!!! :D
Georginagin_woof on February 8th, 2010 10:21 pm (UTC)
Esa era yo o.o
Elenamileya on February 8th, 2010 11:11 pm (UTC)

Mujer(que)Arañaespaiderguoman on February 16th, 2010 09:38 am (UTC)
toc toc...

¿tú a mí no me tenías que mandar cierto email para concretar?
Lyndsie Fenelelyndsiefenele on February 21st, 2010 07:44 pm (UTC)
This is really random. You don't know me, but I clicked in my profile to see who else had "Universidad de Extremadura, Filosofía Y Letras" listed, and you were there. I'm only commenting because I went to that concert over the summer when it came to Seattle and it was awesome! Really really great. Nubou Uematsu actually showed up and sang in the chorus.
FeR: [FFX] Ever onwardferlocke on February 21st, 2010 08:02 pm (UTC)
wow! Destiny really has its ways! Lol

I did study there (I'm from Cáceres). I majored for an English language and literature degree. So I guess you've been one of the maybe, Michigan, Iowa or Kalamazoo students that come each year? Or is it a different programme (I also worked for the International Relationships department at UnEx, so it is my curiosity the one who's talking).

LJ is indeed a small world!

(smaller than Cáceres LOL)

Thanks for sharing your experiences. I'm soooo looking forward to the concert I barely can wait!
Lyndsie Fenelelyndsiefenele on February 21st, 2010 08:10 pm (UTC)
Yep, I went to Michigan State University and studied abroad in Cáceres. I didn't realize there were Kalamazoo students, though I met some of the Iowa kids. Kalamazoo is actually in Michigan, too. I live near Seattle now, though.

You studied English, I studied Spanish. ; ) I had a good time in Cáceres, even if it was kind of small. It was better for learning Spanish than bigger cities. Whenever I was in Madrid or Sevilla or something, people would always talk to me in English.

I posted about the concert after I went. It's here: http://lyndsiefenele.livejournal.com/232044.html
FeR: [CarPa] Partyferlocke on February 21st, 2010 08:14 pm (UTC)
Yeah, but Kalamazoo students usually come on the first term, they usually leave by January. And, from what I remember, you, students from Michigan State Uni, come on the second.

I made very good friends with the ones that came in 2001-2002.

Gosh, I am getting really old. It's been almost six years since I left "the facultad de filosofía y letras"!!!!

Yeah, and i gotta say that it is thanks to foreign students that Cáceres preserves some of its old ways. In the nineties it was a really lively city!
Lyndsie Fenelelyndsiefenele on February 21st, 2010 08:27 pm (UTC)
Ah, that explains why I don't remember them. I wouldn't have known anyone from 2001-2002. That was my last year of high school so I wasn't at college yet.

I am starting to feel old too, lol. I was just thinking that it's actually been five years since I studied abroad. It doesn't feel that long.

I would think that the foreign students would make it livelier. I know for me it was like a vacation. I didn't have to work and the classes were pretty easy. But I guess you never can predict these things.
FeR: [CarPa] Polaroidferlocke on February 21st, 2010 08:55 pm (UTC)
Glad you had a great time around here!!

BTW, I can't read your entry 'cos you have to friend me. I'm friending you, if you don't mind, 'cos there are a lot of things in common, and it's fun to have on LJ someone who knows the city where you live for a change.
Lyndsie Fenelelyndsiefenele on February 21st, 2010 09:01 pm (UTC)
Oh, *head desk* Sorry! I forgot that I have most everything f-locked. I friended you back. : )