Electronic realizations of classical and original music.
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Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun (Debussy)
you a have a real command of the music and the medium -lovely! I use Garriton as well especially for the wind intstruments but my foundation is jazz - however Debussy is required listening for jazz musicians ( or was - don't know about now-a-days:-)will you be poting som of your own compositions sometime?
Note: Unless you are plugged into good external speakers, it is best to listen to this music with headphones.
These pieces were all realized using my program 'Midi File Creator (32 bit)', Garritan Personal Orchestra or Garritan's Jazz and Big Band, Cakewalk Express, and Cool Edit Pro. A Yamaha CLP50 is also a sound source for some of the piano music.
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Composed in 1973 for male vocalist and Jazz Orchestra. (The vocal part is played here by a solo cello.) Follow the words on the screen as the words change colour. The 13th century text is taken from ms of Benedictbeuern (Carmina Burana). The English translation is by Helen Waddell.