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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From the Book/CD Ancient Airs of the Scottish Renaissance for Mandolin. 23 Great pieces in both Notation and Tablature from the Skene Manuskript. Performed by Allan & Aleksandra Alexander.
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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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Regret can be our best memories, as it is essential to treat them as lessons learnt.
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A hymn to the Saint Cecila's dying words. Lyrics by Donna Devine, Music by Soulima.
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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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Renaissance style choral work done for a Trico Films movie. It is a scene in a cathedral and ends with some big scary shots of Satan. Thanks to Lauren Dobbs for her awesome voice!! The rest of the voices are the 'Voices of the Apoc
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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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Arrangements: Alexis VAN EECKHOUT. Tenor SAX melodies interpretation: Alexis VAN EECKHOUT. Keyboards, Fender piano: Alexis VAN EECKHOUT. Fretless bass, Violins vst: Alexis VAN EECKHOUT
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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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