This is my classical version of Psycho by Red Velvet.
I am pleased to announce that a specially commissioned VR version of my composition 'Shy Dancer No.2' will be presented during the Medietage Munich (24-30 October 2020). For this purpose I have completely revised and re-recorded the piece. By the acoustic and virtual separation of the instrumentation the visitor gets the opportunity to generate his own moods out of the composition by locating himself where the music appeals to him. You can simply try it out, free Expo tickets are available at: https://tickets.medientage.de/ (And yes, you don't need an extra VR Head Set, a Smartphone will do :-) Special thanks to Silke Schmidt (Head of XR HUB Bavaria) and Tim Deussen (Head of XR Marketing) !!
So very pleased to announce the double EP Landbrot by @snorrihallgrimsson. This introspective and personal collection of instrumental pieces takes its name from the location of his family cabin in rural Iceland, which he describes as his ‘happy place’. Landbrot translates to erosion or ‘land fractures’, and from this we can imagine the search for inner calm & acceptance amongst the many obstacles of daily life. The first EP arrives November 13th, and its first single 'Haustar' out now on all platforms : orcd.co/haustar Piano: Snorri Hallgrímsson Violin: Björk Óskarsdóttir Viola: Karl James Pestka Cello: Unnur Jónsdóttir
Name Music is: The Long Goodbye Music By: Ara Dinkjian
toshifumi hinata - reflection
Thereminist Grégoire Blanc brings the new limited-edition Moog Claravox Centennial to life in a stunning performance of Claude Debussy's "Clair de Lune" with pianist Orane Donnadieu. This tribute to the timeless classical duets of theremin marvel Clara Rockmore and her sister, pianist Nadia Reisenberg, captures the beauty of the theremin’s distinct tone and personality. More about Claravox Centennial: moogmusic.com/products/claravox-centennial More about Grégoire Blanc: gregoireblanc.com Watch the live video performance here: https://youtu.be/ZVue-QsxuzA
London-based Injazero imprint seems to be backing some top-quality music from their ever-growing roster of global talent these days [cough!], with the Ukrainian composer Oleg Shpudeiko returning with this third solo album to the label as Heinali. After a handful of self-released records, a few on a boutique Paradigms, just as many on Fluttery Records, and a couple of collaborations, Shpudeiko finds himself back in the studio, studying medieval polyphony expressed through the programmed synthesis of his modular gear. Historical acoustic instruments, such as the theorbo lute and the alto viola, also appear on this echo of renaissance music. But the baroque focus on mathematical progression through harmony and counterpoint is best heard on this complex, lengthy, final track of the album, titled “Vita Nova.” The composition features generative synthesis, which is, albeit driven by some chance and random voltage, is still very much controlled, with the parameters being set by its programmer to grow, evolve, and to surprise the listener as much as the composer. In this pre-defined system of the four Madrigals [a madrigal is a secular music composition using human voices for its polyphony], Shpudeiko pushes the ever-changing parameters of the synth voices to shift in timbre, tempo, and depth of frequency range.
Composed by Bùi Đình Thảo Arranged and conducted by Son Mach Performed by TUSO (The United Saigon Orchestra) --- © Son Mach 2020
"Méditation" is a symphonic intermezzo from the opera Thaïs by French composer Jules Massenet. The piece was originally written for solo violin and orchestra; and the opera premiered at the Opéra Garnier in Paris on March 16, 1894. Cello - Deryn Cullen Piano - Paul Gardiner
“Blue Nights” is a soft, textural composition with some magical string melodies. It is the closing track for Juan Sánchez’s latest album “Now The Silence”. You can listen and download the full “Now The Silence” album on the composer’s website here: https://juansanchezmusic.info/album/1685870/now-the-silence-album Connect with Juan Sánchez: Juan Sánchez Website: https://juansanchezmusic.info/ Juan Sánchez on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7hWXE61toZRP69BB1bQgDe Juan Sánchez on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/c/BeautifulEmotionalPiano Juan Sánchez on Twitter: https://twitter.com/relaxnewage Juan Sánchez on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joan.sanchez.7334 Juan Sánchez on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beautifulandemotionalpiano/
Visit SeraphicFire.org/Season-S to purchase a Season Pass and to find out more information. Sicus Cervus by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525 – 1594) Performed by Seraphic Fire Artists in Isolation Sara Guttenberg (IL), Sarah Moyer (MA), Molly Quinn (NC & UK), Nola Richardson (NY), Luthien Brackett (UK), Doug Dodson (MA), Andrew Rader (IN), Brad Diamond (AL), Patrick Muehleise (NY), Steven Soph (PA), James K. Bass (CA), Kyle Ferrill (KY) John Buffett (CA) Production Credits Audio engineer: Jamie Tagg (IN) Executive Producer: Patrick Dupré Quigley Head of Production: Alexis Aimé (FL)
By day a Reader in Computer Science at The University of Manchester, by night a musician with wide-ranging interests, from long-standing guitarist in ceilidh band Albireo, to prog-rock alter-ego, Prögford and onwards into motorik-synth under his own name. Sean Bechhofer’s investigation of the Doves track involved synthesised pianos and the sounds of the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Pianist Orli Shaham returns to host “From the Top” this week. She’ll perform Brahms with a young violist who has a great comeback story, she’ll present a highly entertaining teenage percussion duo that performs an arrangement of Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” for 2 five-octave marimbas, and a 14-year-old pianist performs music by Rachmaninoff.