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#Classical

  • Nocturne For Earth
    Eashwar Subramanian
    04:26
    Piano
    440

    A nocturne on Piano

  • Alone
    Sten Erland Hermundstad
    01:53
    Classical
    2,880
  • Charles-Marie Widor, Symphony V
    Hayo Boerema
    37:06
    Klassiek
    125

    Live recording of Widor's 5th Symphony, Laurenskerk Rotterdam 17-07-2018

  • Thoughts
    K.
    01:50
    209
  • More Water Drops
    TAGUSI RECORDS
    01:42
    Piano
    21

    Four hand piano version of water drops :-)

  • Barber - Adagio - SpitfireSoloStrings
    MaxOctane
    00:24
    574

    Testing the new Spitfire Solo Strings. Vln 1 is the progressive vibrato for the longs, and fingered legato for the quarter notes.

  • Movement Four - Rhapsody Closer
    kanderson41
    02:31
    636

    Computer Rendering of the JCHS 2018 Marching Program - Days of Blue

  • VibesLoop3
    Karel Van Daele
    01:09
    225
  • No Queda Nada
    William Wilson, Guitarist
    03:16
    318

    An early version of "No Queda Nada," written and performed by William Wilson. Recorded using a PRS electric guitar and Teodoro Perez Classical guitar. From an upcoming release. For more on William visit facebook.com/wmwilsonguitar

  • Margarey (Original) by Khumariyaan
  • Day 15 - If it Ain't Baroque
    João Silva
    00:46
    Soundtrack
    61

    For day 15, I decided to follow the quest If it Ain't Baroque, and compose a 'period piece in the Baroque style'. For this, I opted to use only the harpsichord and make a simple melody with it. Enjoy!

  • Équilibre
    Hans Martin Vatnan
    01:32
    Classical
    40
  • Waltz In Yellow
    Çetiner
    03:17
    Classical
    167
  • April Rain - I Wrote this Instead of Letter
    Safena 5
    02:37
    Classical
    4,122
  • Also Sprach Zarathustra
    DieselD261
    01:18
    Classical
    33
  • The Joy Of Wildeburg
    Work In Progress
    08:26
    Piano
    108

    Afgelopen weekend was ik bij Wildeburg, een fant

  • Arc Lunaire
    Albein66
    01:05
    79
  • Rach 2
    Nicola Virgili
    04:26
    Classical
    133
  • Constellations
    Emma O'Halloran
    09:14
    Classical
    345

    For voice and amplified chamber ensemble Performed by Madeline Healey and the Refugee Orchestra Project, conducted by Lidiya Yankovskaya Premiered at National Sawdust, 06.12.18

  • The Eye of Time - Foldings
    Denovali
    07:43
    1,156

    from 'MYTH II - A Need to Survive' [CD|LP|DIGITAL] Denovali Records · den306 available on all formats at http://denovali.com/theeyeoftime The Eye of Time is the solo-project of French musician, Marc Euvrie. His new album ‘Myth II : A Need To Survive’, released 3rd August on Denovali Records, is the second part of a trilogy of releases about the path that humanity takes over the ages. A multi-layered tapestry of experimental sound, ‘Myth II : A Need To Survive’ merges darkness and hope via minimalist beats and stark bass. Myth is a word with ambiguous meanings in the dictionary, but all these lead to the same conclusion. We could decide to see things on the bright side, or to a have a more dramatical (in the literal sense) look on it. Like if one species is looking at another, and in a different era. Myth is a feedback to the tragical events of our time, to what people have to endure nowadays in order to survive, as well as the refugees travels, and the resistance against capitalism that is growing all over the world. Myth is also a particular way to see things, to take sides with history. When we talk about ancient political activists and revolutionaries, resistances to the established order, we make the choice to transform it into a myth, a history full of heroes. But the past is the present. And our present will be the past again. It is on us to take action in order to avoid our inevitable end. On ‘Myth II : A Need To Survive’, Marc adds, “The period between the release of the first two records of this trilogy is a most significant one in my life. ‘A Need To Survive’ is the perfect title to name it. I have fought darkness. I have faced myself. I've been into the deepest introspection ever, but I'm on my way to recover, and I will never be the same again. I guess I have faced the worst but most important period that everybody will face in his life. To know yourself better, to see the bad and the good things you're capable of.” He goes on to say, “I feel that the album trilogy I started in 2016 will match my path to become a better person in balance. ‘Myth I : A Last Dance For The Things We Love’ corresponds to my falling into darkness, ‘A Need To Survive’ to finding the energy to rise again and the last record which will be named ‘To Heal’, corresponds to me right now, feeling positively mature.” Euvrie's musical development is deeply connected with the French DIY punk and hardcore scene, although he has been classically trained. He started to play piano at 9 years old, composed his first pieces at 15 and studied cello at a Conservatoire after finishing school. Euvrie played in several bands before, being influenced by Claude Debussy, Philip Glass, Frederic Chopin, J.S. Bach, Michael Nyman just as Godspeed You Black Emperor, A Silver Mt. Zion and Portishead, he began to translate his personal reflection of our complex world into music, which initiated The Eye of Time. His extensive self-titled debut album was released in spring 2012 and exposed a dark look on the present, past and future. His last albums were promising a glimpse of hope (‘Acoustic’) or pitch-black despair (‘Anti’). ‘Myth I : A Last Dance For The Things We Love’, released in 2016, dealt with introspection, impregnated with minimalistic moments, where piano and cello write the story of loneliness and calm, accompanied by both grim and hopeful melodies. The cover artworks of the ‘Myth’ album trilogy display pictures by Emin Özmen, a winner of the world press photo award. His work is focused on the situation in Kurdistan, Syria, Turkey and the "refugees". His work has been published by Time magazine, The New York Times, BBC, Guardian, among others.

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