I was recently contacted by Sören Hyldgaard, a film composer in Denmark. He wanted glass armonica in his score for a film called Red, but flying me to Denmark to record them just wasn't in the cards. So instead he sent me the cues (each musical 'chunk' of film score is called a 'cue') and I recorded the glass armonica ...
December 31, 2007 16:03(more ↠)
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Well, it's getting to be the Holiday time of the year. A standard Christmas type of piece in ages past was the 'pastorale—the original idea is that it was supposed to be reminiscent of shepherds piping in their fields. Pastorales are always in a gentle 6/8 or 12/8 time (ONE-two-three-FOUR-five-six...) and frequently have a drone bass (long bass note). Handel has a Pastorale in his ...
October 31, 2007 13:11
(UPDATE: This piece is now included on my album A World With No Tears)
In Greek mythology there were nine muses—the goddesses of the Arts—and Euterpe ("you-TER-pay") was the muse of Music.