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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.
Overlooked classical music treasures that should be unearthed: Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle's Music Critic, is spot-on in his assessment of overlooked classical music. Here's a link to his article:
Overlooked classical music treasures that should be unearthed
There is a ton of wonderful music out there. One of my favorite websites for doing what equates to an archaeological dig for music is the Werner Icking Music Archive. Lots of great and forgotten stuff there!
Werner Icking Music Archive
~ Michelle Diehl...
A little tid bit lol: Ohhhh There are squirrells running around ecverywhere lol A friend here in SoundClick told us...
"Those are not squirrels, those are midget tree climbing kangaroos that never learned to hop around on their hind feet". Hahahaha
They are also beheading all the tulips in the garden where we are staying!!
We've never seen anything like it before!!
There's something irresistable: Since the early days of electronic music - the bleeps and whirring of analog tape manipulation - I have had a fascination with producing music electronically. Before computers were "personal", I built my own 12-note keyboard with parts from mail-order electronic suppy houses. I am amazed at the power at our finger-tips (literally) with today's synthesizer and PC technology. Here's the hardware chronology of my musical hobby:
1) analog tape remixes
2) home-made synthesizer
3) Comodore 64 - SID programming
3.5) + Casio SK-1 keyboard
4) Commodore Amiga 1000 + Yamaha DX-100
4.5) Amiga 30...