atmen 3: sounds of tuba and organ. atmen 4: sounds of tuba and organ. --- Eva-Maria Houben / organ. Bileam Kümper / tuba. ---- Recorded by Bileam Kümper. Thomas Morus, Krefeld (Germany)
String Quartet No. 1 in E Flat Major by Malek Jandali (http://MalekJandali.com) consists of six short movements that integrate Syrian folk melodies into a classical Western string quartet. Most of the thematic material is derived from the rich musical heritage of ancient Aleppo. Each of the six movements represents a traditional melody colored with unique harmonies and interesting rhythmic patterns. This unique combination is introducing a new vocabulary into the Western chamber music literature while preserving the beauty of the cultural identity of Syria. A solemn introduction, Moderato, transports us to ancient Syria and the rich musical heritage of Aleppo. The next Moderato is also based on a folk melody, although it possesses unexpected chromatic elements. The third movement is marked Vivo and consists of a traditional Syrian melody, which undergoes several variations with counterpoint. By contrast, the following Andantino in 5/8 is technically a little gem, with personality and grace in the melody. The dreamy slow movement, an Adagio, immediately creates a mood characterized by a melody in 5/4 (simplified from the original 10/8) and rich harmonic invention, clearly inspired by Jandali’s Syrian heritage. The impetuously energetic finale rounds off the work with the sounds of authentic Arabic maqams (modes), which demonstrates the extent of Jandali’s technical progress in writing for chamber music and his skills to fuse Syrian melodies in Western classical forms. This work was written in the summer of 2016 in New York City, at the time when Aleppo was being bombed and destroyed. The World Premiere was performed by the Apollo Chamber Players at Carnegie Hall on February 4, 2017. String Quartet No. 1 in E Flat Major I Moderato II Moderato III Vivo IV Andantino V Adagio VI Allegro Molto
This is a live recording of a performance of my piece "Bruises" at the First Year Composer's Midway Concert at Clonick Hall on February 17th, 2018. Drew Smith - Prepared Electric Guitar Jack Hamill - Synthesizer Elliot Shaull-Thompson - Double Bass
An old Carlos Gardel tune Emilio Estrada Violin Richard Hellgren Piano
أنطوان فرح وفرقة الموسيقى الشرق عربية - حلم من الشرق Antoine Farah & Oriental Arabic Ensemble Language : Instrumental Country : Lebanon Melodies : 01- Sama'i In Hijazkar Mode 02- Assakia (Water Spring) 03- Sama'i In Shattarban Mode 04- Darb Assayadi (Hunter's Way) 05- Ghazal (Passion) Sama'i In Rast Mode 06- Al Houlm (Dream) 07- Sama'i In Ajam Oushayran Mode 08- Al Masa' (Evening) 09- Sama'i In Zinkoulahmode 10- Shawk (Longing) Bashraf In Hijaz Mode
conversations and birds
Dedicated to my girlfriend. Happy valentines day.
A fun Overture in the American style.
Presenting my classical composition inspired by my heroine Florence Nightgale "Lady With The Lamp" Follow the Light http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1054508/Uncovered-The-haunting-photograph-Lady-Lamp-Florence-Nightingale.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Florence_Nightingale All instruments played by Heidi-Marie Arapa:- Steinway Grand Piano Flute Melody Clarinet Bb melodies - in harmony Bassoon Bb melodies - in harmony Alchemy Pad - Lonely Ocean Links to my sites are: www.reverbnation.com/heidimariearapa Production Info: Production in Logic Pro X All EFX plugins by Apple Roland FA-08 All done, recorded and produced by Heidi-Marie Arapa ------------------------------------------------ (c) 2018 - all rights reserved - Heidi-Marie Arapa
Composed by Doug Smith
I was sad and I recorded myself playing the piano follow my main account @toyzzmusic