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artist: Evan Paul
CD: "Spirits in the Sky" A classical movement with fast fingerpicking and celtic overtones. Song is instrumen
One of my favorite Ludwig van Beethoven compositiions. I feel that it is one of the most beautiful songs ever
I composed, played and sang this Waltz, and spent many hours makin' love to my K-Mart keyboard. Over a hundre
artist: Longo Bards
title: Greensleeves
Famous tune probably composed by Henry VIII - CD selling:
artist: Trick T Olly
This is just a midi file with effects of a song by Robert Jones that that was published in 1600. It was all pr
From the Book/CD Guitar Delights
title: Finale
Played on the Lute. From the Renaissance Poland. In the Book Renaissance Music for Guitar Vol I
Branle/Dove Son Quiere Ochi/Kemp's Jig/La Volte
artist: David Bazo
There is a special event at palace tonight. A masked costume ball is taking place....Will your grace be there?
artist: Drew Man
title: Sarabande
A guitar riff from Mike I re-recorded.
artist: Piano Soulos
From the Book/CD collection "Renaissance Lute Music for Guitar Book/CD" by Allan Alexander. 20 Great selection
title: Agincort
Available as a CD or also as a Book/CD. Both items have 22 pieces, the Book/CD has all the pieces that are per
Luis de Milan's 'Pavana No. 6' (from El Maestro, 1536). Originally written for vihuela, here arranged for har
classical guitar arrangement of Renaissance piece - actually Milan was a Boroque composer - but so associated
artist: Fugli
This is my rendition of Feste's ending song from Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." The melody is based on the tra
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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.
cocktails....conclusion: We were headed back home the next day after Art and Jim woke up. Chuck got fired and was never hired by anyone again. Later he ended up in a mental institution. The drugs had eaten a hole through the middle of the brain about the size of a pencil according to his doctor. I never heard from him or about him ever again. Jim became an alcoholic and committed suicide. Art ended up with cancer but the last I saw him, he was recovering. So getting back to the part where I thought that I’d go visit him, as I pulled up to his driveway, I noticed that the house had been abandoned and the windows sma...
Mae or my mistress: The closer I got to her, the more I began to tremble. I hadn't seen her in months as I had been cheating on her and just wanted to re-connect. The first time I saw her was back in 1967. She was a natural blonde with curves to die for. But, she belonged to my best friend. Her name was Mae. I couldn't keep my mind off her. I dreamed about her night and day. It wasn't until a couple of years later that my best friend went to fight in Nam. He asked me to take care of Mae while he was in the army. It was my chance to be with her for the next few years and wasted no time trying to please her. I t...
... Of the theme Bossanova en Alicante - History of Alacant: Alicante (Spanish language) or Alacant (Valencian Catalan) is the capital of the province of Alicante and of the comarca of the Alacanti, in the southern part of the Land of Valencia, Spain, a historic Mediterranean port. The area around Alicante has been inhabited for over 7000 years, with the first tribes of hunter gatherers moving down gradually from Central Europe between 5000 and 3000 BC. Some of the earliest settlements were made on the slopes of Mount Benacantil, where the Castillo de Santa Barbara stands today. By 1000 BC Greek and Phoenician traders had begun to visit the eastern c...
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