A musical interpretation of joy. This is my second composition, I hope that you enjoy it.
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The author of the lyric is anonymous but I like to think of this song as Robert Jones speaking to the patron of this book; Lady Mary (Sidney) Wroth since ten year before he had dedicated his first Booke to her father Sir Robert Sidney.
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A composition for violin, cello, and piano rendered by Sampletank 3 solo violin and cello, and EastWest QL Piano Steinway Grand D.
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A little waltz in search of a good night's sleep. Classical guitar, Weissenborn guitar, stand-up bass.
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You might grieve as someone dies. However, your loved person is flying about the sky as freely as the bird surely. He or she never disappeared.
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Grabada en directo en el Auditorio Francisco de Jasso en Javier, Navarra, Spain. Interpretada por el grupo Camerata de Pamplona
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Another marvellous piece by Turlough O'Carolan for Irish harp, built and played by Antonin Vyshata. Taken from the band's first album 'Poitin' available from CDBaby http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/poitin4
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www.deankrommydas.com Composed By: Dean Krommydas Solo Viola Performance By: Julian Linares "Of Times Gone By" is a reflective and heartfelt piece blessed to reach number 1 on the soundclick charts. Thank you all for your kind support.
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Old Cabell Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville VA early 1983. Paul W. Baerman, oboe.
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