CD: "Spirits in the Sky" A classical movement with fast fingerpicking and celtic overtones. Song is instrumental, classical guitar, flute, 12 string guitar, bass, and strings.
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I composed, played and sang this Waltz, and spent many hours makin' love to my K-Mart keyboard. Over a hundred tracks altogether. I enjoyed doing this song. Mi piace davvero.
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This is one of the most famous songs of the Shakespearean age. Shakespeare included the song in his 'Twelfth Night'.
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Our spiritual life may easily fall prey to worldly desires and temptation. It is important to seek our true self and regain our mind with peace and tranquility.
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From the Book/CD collection "Renaissance Lute Music for Guitar Book/CD" by Allan Alexander. 20 Great selections from Renaissance Lute Tablature transcribed for guitar. Also Available as a CD. You can see these editions at www.guitarandlute.com
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One of my favorite Ludwig van Beethoven compositiions. I feel that it is one of the most beautiful songs ever written.
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From the Book/CD collection Medieval Cantigas for Renaissance Lute. It is also available as a separate CD.
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EXCERPTS FROM "CARMINA BURANA" A SCENIC CANTATA BASED ON 24 POEMS FOUND IN THE COLLECTION "CARMINA BURANA" FROM THE LATE MEDIEVAL AND EARLY RENAISSANCE PERIOD. WRITTEN BY CARL ORFF 1935 - 1936. PERFORMED BY THE CAL POLY SYMPHONIC BAND MY SENIOR TEAR.
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Written for the death of Josquin's teacher, Johannes Hockenheim. 5 Voices TTTBB
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A rocked-up version of this classic song by King Henry VIII of England. Inspired by a performance by Jethro Tull.
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Available as a CD or also as a Book/CD. Both items have 22 pieces, the Book/CD has all the pieces that are performed in Notation or Tablature for the mandolin with chords. There are also several guitar parts in the back of the book. You can purchase
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'Hit tune' from the early 1500s by Heinrich Isaac (c. 1450-1517), arranged for flute, cello and continuo by Eddie Konczal.
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A majestic piece with an exciting finale from arguably the most famous 16th century lutenist, John Dowland. Performed on a 2004 Jason Pickard spruce/bubinga guitar.
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From the Book/CD collection "Renaissance Music for Mandolin" and is also available on just CD.
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