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.
10 Sep 2007 Thank You to those who have listened!: Hello All!
Threnody on the Death of Luciano Pavarotti maintains its position in 1st place in Classical - Ensembles and moves to 4th place in Classical overall in Soundclick. Also : the following works are doing well too :
Fantasia on the Delphic Hymn : 16th in Classical - Symphonic
Beneath a Canopy of Stars : 16th in Pop – Musical
My arrangement of Palestrina’s - Veni Sponsa Christi - Angus Dei I is 17th in Classical - Renaissance
Be Baroque for Harpsichord solo is 38th in Classical – Baroque
Prayer for the Victims of 9-11 is 38th in Classical – Choral
They can all be found...
Discovering SoundClick: I happened upon this site recently and am both overwhelmed and delighted at what I'm finding. I always considered my musical tastes to be rather eclectic -- ranging from 70's rock to disco (*cringe*), 80's new wave to jazz (my ultimate favorite if I'm forced to choose). Yet I'm finding music here that appeals under all those areas--and more.
Music for me has always served as the background for my life -- sort of a soundtrack if you were to compare it to a movie. Lately I've been on a bit of a macabre journey with music. Maybe I'll get brave and post more details about that quest later, but ...
August Mars Hoax: Two Moons on 27 Aug: Mars Spectacular, Aug 27 2007; A clam that the planet Mars will make a once in our lifetimes remarkably close approach to Earth will appear as large as the moon and give the appearance of two moons; is a fallacy....but every Aug we see this email coming back again. year in and year out.
Seems the claim circulating via -email since August 2003, when Mars came within 35 million miles of Earth it's nearest approach in 60,000 years. At that time it appeared about 6 times larger and 85 times brighter, giving the impression to look as large as the full moon, not realizing that applied to viewing...