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 More For the Road: The tune is finally done and uploaded to my Aksess page. It was a lot of work not only on my behalf but on the musicians as well. Pete does a superb job on the tenor sax, both on his solos and the duplicated melody parts. A big thanks goes out to Krystal and Sarah who have been so gracious to help in creating the sound. Good luck on your tour ladies!
This si my first post here...: Hello!
This is my first post here on soundclick!
I hope I'll like this site and that you'll enjoy my page.
I'll try to post interresting content here, so stay tunned! ;-)
I saw people around here - on soundclick - don't re ally like to blog.
Ok, I know that soundcilick isn't exactelly what they call a blog platform, but, stil it's quite fine.
Well, that' all for now. I wana see how things work here.
I Wish Part 2: The biggest problem I had as a musician and as a student at any level, was the ability to focus on practicing. For a person with a learning deficit, it's even more difficult because there is so much going on in the brain that one becomes distracted too easily. I could play something over and over maybe a hundred times and it still wouldn't sink in. My mind would be wandering every where else and I was not focusing on the task at hand. By the way, I just recently found out that my learning disability was not ADD as I was diagnosed later in life with , it turns out to be toxic mold exposure. It ...