CD: "Spirits in the Sky" A very mechanical and circular composition that has an improvised classical guitar melodies. Supported by 12 string guitar, and bass.
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Von Skopick presents his "In your face", onslaught of arpeggios. All-original composition, performed in 2007.
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This song has been hiding away for 400 years. This song is neither brilliant nor poor but just a modest song for an average guy like me.
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A Tribute to Beethoven - Two of his best and most famous works. Sonata Pathetique comes first and has Blues Harp lead and a unique guitar complimentary background melody, it is followed by Ode To Joy, the lead was also performed with a Blues Harp. P
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My interpretation of a beatiful melody written by Johann Sebastian Bach.
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A sad song lamenting a lost love. In a vocal classical baroque style.
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http://www.iacmusic.com/songs.aspx?SongID=92624&ArtistID=20335 A Classical Baroque/Gospel/Blues Instrumental ~ All Monies from the downloads of this song go to the Cove Guardians & Sea Shepard, who are constantly putting their lives at risk to Save
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Recorded on a Taskin harsichord sample set.
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The toccata from Bach's famous Toccata and Fugue in D minor (BWV 565).
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The most famous organ composition!
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When a was a child I heard a recording of Wendy Carlos where she played several works of Bach on a Moog synthesizer, this number is dedicated and influenced by it .
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A piano piece I wrote inspired by Bach. It was submitted to a film company to be used in a horror film. It should be played on a harpsichord!
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This is the fourth movement of a Baroque style orchestral work I composed several years ago. I recently edited it and re-recorded it.
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A PDF playable piano score is available of the complete work for only $10.00 US. E-mail: email@example.com
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GERMAN FOR "COME SWEET DEATH". THIS IS ONE OF THE 69 SACRED SONGS AND ARIAS WRITTEN BY JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH AROUND 1724. THIS IS PERFORMED DURING MY SOPHOMORE YEAR AT THE INTERLOCHEN ARTS ACADEMY NATIONAL MUSIC CAMP BY HIGH SCHOOL SYMPHONIC BAND #2.
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