White Stones CD – a beautiful, haunting melody, the tracks on White Stones feature the Irish whistle, Spanish guitar, Uilleann pipes and Violin.
Me & My Miscellaneous Secret Garden You will find the answer
In my secret garden You can find the answer Of energy and mystery For your own heart In my secret garden You can find the answer Of energy and mystery For your own heart
You will see what you like to see In the land of mystery Don´t think about terrible days Only you and me in this crazy place Be happy and enjoy yourself Come on relax to this experimental sex Feel my body smell my tears Let`s have fun in the sun of our love
Looking back on the wasted years Endless crying helpless tears Memories, shadows on the wall It´s the game of rise and fall Who´s the one by my side When emotions come out at night Feel my body smell my tears Let`s have fun in the sun of our love You will find the answer
The Enchanted Forest’ a musical composition by Japanese composer/synthesist Hiro Fujiikake For this beautiful rendition of The Enchanted Forest’ he accompanies world-famous classical flautist Sir James Galway. Hiro Fujikake is a skilled musician who draws heavily from the romantic and classical traditions of the West as well as from the musical heritage of his native Japan.
As we began our arrangement of One Direction’s “Story of My Life” we wanted it to feel like each note of the music was a word in a vivid story being told. When writing a song sometimes you just need a little spark. That catalyst came from a piece of classical music — one that had such a “storybook feel” to it that we gleaned inspiration from it: Saint-Saëns’ “Aquarium” from his Suite “Carnival of the Animals.” It’s an incredibly beautiful and transportive piece. You can listen to it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCBDl…
When we were finished we all stepped back and listened as objectively as we could, imagining what sort of story was being told in order to identify the best places to film. What happened surprised us all. The story itself took over. It was like film score — but in reverse… more here: http://smarturl.it/TPGStoryOfMyLife
Ludwig van Beethoven : Violin Concerto in D major op.61 Violin : Arabella Steinbacher Conductor : Walter Weller 2009, Madrid, Spain
Steinbacher was born in Munich on November 14, 1981, to a German father and a Japanese mother. When she was three, her mother read that a German violin teacher had recently returned from Japan after studying the Suzuki method. Steinbacher was started on violin lessons at that time. When she was nine years old, she was enrolled at the Munich College of Music and mentored by Ana Chumachenko.
In the “Fall of Constantinople,” Cappella Romana explores the musical legacy of the ancient civilization of Byzantium–caught between Latin West and Islamic East–with majestic ceremonies for the cathedral of Hagia Sophia, triumphant assertions of superiority by Westerners, and fervent prayers for the healing of religious divisions. Fabled Byzantium ended with the fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Turks on 29 May 1453, inspiring the two poignant laments sung here that give Greek and Latin perspectives on the end of a 1,000-year-old empire.