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.
Bassoonify pt 1: One of the last things you would probably expect to hear in jazz is the bassoon. Let’s face it, along with a few other double reed instruments, the bassoon is considered orchestral and if you are a die hard orchestral, classical nut then you’d probably be offended hearing a bassoon playing jazz. For those of you not into the classical and orchestral state of mind, hearing a bassoon playing jazz may be at the least, quite interesting
When in Music College, having to learn a new instrument every six weeks and also show that one is proficient enough on it, as fingering is concerned, was the no...
tomorrow: my replacement flugelhorn will be in my hands. It took my so called friends almost a week to refund my money for the horn. But I ended up having to complain first before they got around to it.
I decided to wait to see if the horn was going to go on sale or if there were going to be a black Friday or Cyber Monday coupon for it. Sure enough there was and I saved enough $ to get myself a decent mouthpiece rather than the stock one that comes with the horn.
I'm already preparing some accompaniment tracks to practice to. It's always more fun to practice to some live tracks rather than without...
My CD "Schubert-Schumann-Le Beau-Mahler" on itunes: My CD "Schubert-Schumann-Le Beau-Mahler" (Pfefferkuchen-Records #1) on itunes:
Live recordings of different Lieder Recitals (1998-2002) recorded by Sony Professional (analog). In 2002 Wiebke Hoogklimmer has digitized this recordings and made the CD on her computer. And now – all, who are interested in Lieder and in Contralto’s, can buy this CD!!!
Enclosed are two wonderful lesser known songs by Luise Adolpha Le Beau (1850-1928). Luise Adolpha Le Beau was born in Northern...