Official demo for Berlin Symphonic Harps by Helge Borgarts & Thomas Stanger www.orchestraltools.com www.facebook.ocm/orchestraltools
Listen/Download: abora.lnk.to/absy006 Download at iTunes: bit.ly/ABSY006-iTunes Download at Beatport: bit.ly/ABSY006 Follow Mr Glorius: @khalil-cherif https://facebook.com/Mr.Glorius Release Tracklist: 1. Phoenixia 2. Brave 3. Elegantia (The Waltz N°2) 4. Phoenixia (Extended Soundtrack) Abora Symphonic is pleased to welcome a new face to the family. This is Mr Glorius presenting his new EP 'Phoenixia'. Starting off with 'Phoenixia', Mr Glorius sets up the tempo and the overall rhythm of this EP. With powerful drums and cello lines, 'Phoenixia' will surely make any of your activities feel epic with this track in the background. The second track, 'Brave', emphasizes the overall tone of this EP by providing an emotional piece of orchestral music that explores the depths of minor scales and melancholic feelings. 'Elegantia (The Waltz N°2)' majestically concludes this EP in a way that has rarely been heard before. With its mysterious oboe and delicate piano melodies, Mr Glorius takes us on a final waltz that will make you want more of his unique compositions! An extended version of 'Phoenixia' is included as a bonus, featuring a wonderful piano intro and a longer chorus. Follow Abora Recordings: bit.ly/AboraYouTube bit.ly/AboraFacebook bit.ly/AboraTwitter Visit our website: www.abora-recordings.com
Thanks for making it to my page. I recently began singing at weddings and this was my first go at singing this famous tune. This track was recorded on my iPhone at St. Benedict Catholic Church. St. Benedict is a beautiful space and acoustic located in Chicago's Ravenswood neighborhood. Pianist: Jeremy Kiolbassa Saxophone: Tayiib Dauda
Arrangement of the hymn "Nearer My God To Thee" performed by Soprano Hannah Jager, Baritone Brandon Mellerski, and Mezzo-Soprano Ellenore Tarr at Houghton College.
Aria Di Mezzo Carattere (Celes' Opera Song) from Final Fantasy VI.
A short piece I wrote, dedicated to my mother.
My first impromptu. The theme is "the trench war between the synapses."
Sigismondo d'India Piange madonna Riede la primavera
Sung LIVE by the Mezzo Soprano Marianne Lihannah as part of her LTCL Diploma Singing Recitals. Steven Kings is the pianist. www.stevenkings.co.uk Steven's work as a musician encompasses composing and arranging, performing as piano soloist and accompanist, teaching, training choirs and conducting. William Fuller’s ‘divine hymn’ Lord, what is man? was set by Purcell during 1693, and published in volume 2 of Harmonia Sacra – the volume which also contains ‘The Blessed Virgin’s Expostulation’. Like that work, Lord, what is man? begins with an extended passage of semi-recitative, full of intricate vocal touches and subtle harmonic emphasis. The opening question is first asked gently, then repeated with more anxiety, the singer amazed that the son of God should become (with a wonderfully crafted melodic phrase) ‘a poor tormented man’. Man is ‘lost’ at the lower end of the singer’s voice, the Son of God’s glory rises optimistically through the scale, only to ‘become a poor, tormented man’. The Deity is graphically ‘shrunk’ into a human lifespan, and ‘wondrous love’ blossoms magnificently. The singer calls on the ‘glorious spirits’ to say ‘which was more prevalent’ – their joy, pictured in a fine melisma, or the dropping interval that represents their astonishment. The contrast between the ‘worm’ that is man and the exalted position of God is vividly captured in the music. An arioso section follows, calling for a quill ‘to write the praises’, and then, with Purcell inspired as ever at the mention of music, for ‘a voice like yours to sing that anthem here which once you sung’. An extended section of alleluias closes the work: the compelling variety of moods and phrases create such an inexorable momentum that it is easy to forget Purcell is setting just one word.
Sam Houston State University Wind Ensemble; Matthew McInturf, conductor Symphony No. 1: The Remnant Some giant stars like those we see in our night’s sky end their astronomically long lives with a large explosion called a supernova. After the matter clears from this large event, a “dead” version of the star, known as a pulsar, may exist in the place of the former living star. A pulsar is a highly-magnetized spinning neutron star that emits a beam of electromagnetic radiation from its poles as it rotates, gradually expending its energy over billions of years until it finally disappears.1 Symphony No. 1: The Remnant is a four-movement work that celebrates the “creation, life, and destruction” of a pulsar. Throughout the symphony, fragments of the melody from Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star are freely used along with pulsating figures mimicking the repeating patterns in a pulsar’s movements. In addition to the music’s connection with programmatic elements, each of the first three movements is inspired in part and dedicated to a different friend of mine. I. Introduction and Supernova II. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Pulsar III. Disco Sprach Zarathustra IV. Lux Aeterna For more specific information, visit http://kylekindred.com For purchase information, visit www.murphymusicpress.com/products/w-204
free sheet music: https://www.docdroid.net/rk2hcuj/rise-of-the-morning-star.pdf
Care selve aure grate Recitativo: Care selve, aure grate, erbette e fiori Aria: Ridite a Clori Recitativo: Se cangiarsi potesse Aria: Non ha forza nel mio petto