Thomas Campion's "Follow Your Saint" from the Rossetter A Booke of Ayres 1601 - This Take 1 is complete with both Stanzas.
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A musical interpretation of joy. This is my second composition, I hope that you enjoy it.
#4 today (Sub-genre)
Original. Piano, alto saxophone, electric bass, percussion. Jazz-influenced. Experiment with sax sound. (Timbres of Heaven 3.4)
#5 today (Sub-genre)
J.S Bach Minuet 2 for Classical Guitar Performed by Ben Tyreman. For this recording I used a Neumann KM84i, Rupert Neve Designs 511 mic preamp going into my Audient iD22 interface, it was recorded live in one take. Ben Tyreman - 2019.
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#10 today (Sub-genre)
Canon with flutes, horns, classical guitar and piano as principal instruments
#11 today (Sub-genre)
Exactly as the title says. I'm hoping for a live recording (and maybe even a performance... at some stage). Written primarily for the underused, but massively versatile bass clarinet - the piano part doesn't miss out on any of the excitment either.
#13 today (Sub-genre)
Suspense/Horror - This is orchestral, but with string quartet. Locrian, and dorian modes are used with imitative polyphony.
#14 today (Sub-genre)
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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Cadenza String Quartet Recorded May 2005 at Studio 953, Ottawa, ON Olga Rykov Brenna Hardy-Kavanagh Shasta Ellenbogen Sonya Matoussova
#18 today (Sub-genre)
This is a piece for woodwind quintet. There is a great deal of microtonal slides that might be challenging for the average wind instrumentalist.
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