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.
Yamahawk: I got back to playing my old Yamaha acoustic nylon string guitar...ok ok it's a classical guitar...same difference.... again. It's a very inexpensive guitar I purchased back in the early 1970's for somewhere between $70-$90. Who can remember exactly how much, after all these years, but since I was working at a music store at the time, I received a hefty discount on anything I purchased from there. It had just come out and after selling my other expensive classical guitar to pay rent, it was all I could afford. It was made somewhere either in Japan or Thailand, can't remember exactly where...go...
question is: The other day my old sax player, Bill came by to enjoy my sauna (sow na). He looked around at all my ongoing projects and some of the older ones and commented; "wow it must be great to be able to do all of this even at your age. Do you use any plans?"
I said no, I envision the completion of any of my projects before I begin and then work towards to completed project, what ever that may be. I vision every aspect of the project as I go before doing it.This holds true even for my music. I can actually see the notes as if on a piece of paper like manuscript, even with the name, tempo and k...
quick thinking: A man in a Florida supermarket tried to buy half a head of lettuce.
The young produce assistant told him that they sell only whole heads of lettuce.
The man persisted and asked to see the manager.
The boy said he'd ask his manager about it.
Walking into the back room, the boy said to his manager, "Some jerk wants to buy half a head of lettuce."
As he finished his sentence, he turned to find the man standing right behind him, so he added, “And this gentleman has kindly offered to buy the other half."
The manager approved the deal, and the man went on his way.