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done in 2001 with a korg n5 i was basically another person
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Don't be fooled by the beggining, it has a super harmony at the center .... done by me in 2002 or somthing
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Old music movie i've done in 2009
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Old film music iv'e done in 2001 with a korg n5, i like my harmonies
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old film music i've done in 2001 with a korg n5
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title: grimoires
old film music i've done in 2007, gives shivers
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Soft, sentimental strings and melodic woodwinds.
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title: Bos
Slow and plodding, heavy war drums brass. Ancient Roman feel.
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High-impact, cinematic orchestral piece with full choir and thundering percussion.
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artist: NYMAN (Swe)
The first song and the main theme in my new music project Aniara
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interview - Serbian radio
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Written and played by Guido Kaemmerling (Langerwehe/Germany). All instruments, sounds, programming, recording
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artist: Jurrivh
title: This Moment
Piano Cinematic Music | Mp3 Lease for Only $14,95 | Wav Lease for $29,95 | Wav Trackouts for $59,95 | Exclusiv
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artist: NYMAN (Swe)
From my new music project Aniara
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The title says it all, close your eyes and let the music take you there.
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Oren Productions
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"Trauermarsch"
Oren Productions is owned and operated by Derek Oren. Derek has been sampling, editing, and arranging orchestral music since he was 14 years old.
Cliff Rose
Classical
Symphonic
"Pathetique Movement 1"
Let me play you Beethoven like you've never heard before, with guitars, bass, drums, strings, and synths.I hope these recordings of my modern arrangements will encourage young players to delve into experimenting more with classical music.
Mary Clare Springer
I'm Walking, Yes Indeed: So much has happened, both good and bad, since this summer began that I feel caught in a bit of a whirlwind of emotions. Not to belabor the point, but as a result of my friend's suicide (see my previous blogs) I felt compelled to take part in a charity walk to help prevent suicide by promoting awareness and to provide support to those left behind. The walk is this coming Sunday and I'm getting a bit nervous as I've never done one before--previously I was physically unable to even comprehend such a thing. I've been walking much more than usual on the treadmill to prepare, but during the walk on...
michellediehl
Classical Musicians Struggle For Acceptance: Has it really come down to this? By KURT LOFT, The Tampa Tribune Published: January 19, 2008 CLEARWATER - Selling classical music isn't unlike hawking ice in Alaska or potato chips in the Sahara desert. Outside the big cultural hubs, Beethoven and the boys are struggling, their once-flourishing fan club reduced to a cult, a niche audience. Consider this week's recital by the Tokyo String Quartet at Ruth Eckerd Hall, which will be lucky to sell 500 tickets. See the full article here: Classical Musicians Struggle For Acceptance ~ Michelle Diehl...
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