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artist: Piano Soulos
title: Fallen Angel
artist: Yahunatan
A very emotional piece, dedicated to my spiritual brother, Aharon. Peace be with you my friend.
A classical dance piece meant for a ballet duet
artist: Trick T Olly
This galliard is from William Barley's 1596 book 'A new Booke of Tabliture for the Orpharion' and is the first
An updated version of the original Shadow Woods with better sounding instruments and the odd tweek here and th
artist: Faunaserene
Im starting early with the the Christmysttide songs..THis is a very old traditional song. THis is my own arran
artist: JLStockton
title: Cry
electronic instrumental
I learned this song at 5 years old. Always loved it. Here's my version.
artist: Klaatu (CT)
Yet this is still a beautiful world.
My offering for the September 2010 CBC Classical song challenge. Tis my tribute to Le Cygne
artist: Drora Bruck
one of the most beautiful sonatas composed by the great G F Handel
Song about Sri Vijayadasaru by Sri Mohanadasaru
artist: Ben Torrey
Allemande from Cello Suite # 1
La perla del MediterrĂ¡neo (pasodoble). Juan Miralles.
Sgouros balances the complexity, the impressionistic figurations and the bel canto of this popular Liszt opera
An individual piano piece composed by Satie in 1897.
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Cliff Rose
"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.
one of the things I've noticed while working on the horn is: that as a keyboard player and guitarist my playing has been more visual rather than mental. What I mean is that in the past playing keys or guitar I've relied more on looking at the keys or frets. I've not had to think about the note I play or the several that come after, it's become automatic and play in patterns. As I play the horn, I have to think about the embouchure,pitch,fingering (reading notes) and interpretation. I'm actually using my brain a lot more along with my ears. This might be because I'm still getting myself familiarized with the flugelhorn and need to think so much. Havin...
I'm back (kind a sort a): I'm feeling much better these days after a long battle (2 months)with Swine Flu which has still got a slight hold of my lungs. But they too seem to be clearing up slowly but surely. In the meantime I've managed to keep myself busy messing around with virtuosity. I continue my efforts in finding some shred of reality with the brass sound. It's been a lot of fun and challenging but I feel that I'm getting closer to my goal. Another fun aspect of it has been writing horn section parts. At first they weren't that complex but now that I've found a few secrets using the virtual software along wit...
Something unexpected from me: Its not something I would have expected nor do I really need it. What made me curious about it was that many of my professional and non pro musician friends and colleagues have been talking about it. Some say its just kids stuff while others say its a great tool especially for practicing. Many of them use it to practice with. I went out and bought it and decided to explore it extensively to see how useful it really is. So I decided to create a blog specifically for it. Anyone interested in finding out what I'm talking about may find it here; you will need...
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