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artist: Evan Paul
title: Windmill
CD: "Spirits in the Sky" A very mechanical and circular composition that has an improvised classical guitar m
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artist: Von Skopick
title: OVERTURE
Von Skopick presents his "In your face", onslaught of arpeggios. All-original composition, performed in 2007.
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My interpretation of a beatiful melody written by Johann Sebastian Bach.
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artist: Trick T Olly
This song has been hiding away for 400 years. This song is neither brilliant nor poor but just a modest song f
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A Tribute to Beethoven - Two of his best and most famous works. Sonata Pathetique comes first and has Blues Ha
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Song written to Farinelli by his brother Riccardo Broschi.
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It's pretty tough to get through---I only got about half way. Too tired, so I hung it up on an open D chord
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artist: Klaatu (CT)
When a was a child I heard a recording of Wendy Carlos where she played several works of Bach on a Moog synth
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artist: Heidi
Heidi here playing all four violins in this movement of a Telemann concerto to display her classical backgroun
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artist: trinitychoir
A beautiful Prelude done at TLC for the Seventh Week of Pentecost on 7-23-17 "Vivace from Concerto for two Vio
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Lyndon Lawless, founder, music director, leader. Recorded in Ann Arbor, Michigan (1981)
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artist: Yahunatan
The Original Largo, based on Ascension track in the 2012 album Eternal Sojourn. Brought back on the site. Re
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I've incorporated a number of Renaissance battle calls into a canzona for brass. Played here by the Ars Nova B
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title: Scapegoat
Free download. Composed and performed in Madrid on February 2013
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artist: alaric64
baroque counterpoint in two voices for piano
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Done using Kurzweil using various Sound libraries.
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artist: Bert Alink
from the partita for flute by J.S. Bach, adapted for guitar by myself
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artist: Scarlatti
title: Handel Gigue
From the Book/CD "The Baroque Book." Available from guitarandlute.com
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PERFORMED BY THE CAL POLY SYMPHONIC BAND, MY SOPHOMORE YEAR. THIS IS THE MOST FAMOUS OF JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH'
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artist: JavaMusiK
title: Lost Minuet
A gentle waltz sort of pastoral piano melody.
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title: Sarabande
Sarabande from the first violin partita by J.S. Bach
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Written, arranged, performed and produced by Eddie Konczal Post-production and mastering by Eric Kvortek at
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Challenges: I got back to working on my guitar again as I do every so often. I go back and forth between playing and practicing keys and guitar. Even after more than 5 decades of playing keys, I still practice to keep up my technique. At times the hands won't allow it so I simply switch over to guitar. I recently did a composition called One Fer Anudda. It's a remake of an older tune I played with a band called Jazz Enigma. I thought that it might be cool and challenging to double some of the piano parts on guitar. At this tempo, it was a killer but managed to do it. I'm always having to keep myself...
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One less Strad in the world ...: You'd have to sedate me if this happened to me! Virtuoso's trip destroys priceless Stradivarius By Andy McSmith Wednesday, 13 February 2008 As a former child prodigy blessed with chiselled good looks, they called him the David Beckham of the classical violin. Now he is more likely to be known as the lad with the broken Strad. David Garrett, 26, one of the nation's foremost young concert performers, had an accident that every world-class musician must dread: at the end of a concert at the Barbican he tripped and landed on his violin. Go here for the full article: http://www.i...
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