Stop No. 4
A lot of folks think that Classical music is boring and stuffy, but I'm here to tell you that they're wrong! Check out this fantastic version of Tchaikovsky's 1812 OVERTURE with Cannons, Fireworks, and a Bell Tower all being used as part of the song! It's a powerful and moving rendition by the Musical Society of Algemesi (Spain), and it's a song that connects us! Imagine all the times this song has been played, all the people involved with that, and all the people who have heard it over the centuries! Music connects us! So sit back, reflect on that, and allow the music to wash over you, or continue on with other tasks. Classical can be awesome background music for work and chores!
(For the impatient: you can FF to right around the 12:00 minute mark or so for the exciting stuff.)
Here are some popular, modern classical songs:
"Chariots of Fire" performed by a live orchestra in HD---
by John Williams performed by the Los Angeles Philharmonic---
A modern metal version of a classical song: "Hall of the Mountain King" performed by The Trans-Siberian Orchestra (originally Savatage)
That's all the updates for now, but more are coming soon, so keep checking back for new steps in our musical journey!
Feel free to peruse the rest of the site, or re-trace your stops:
My songs are composed mostly as background music--something to listen to while you work, run errands, knock out some chores, etc. They're similar to classical music in that respect, but with things I enjoy, such as deep bass grooves, "ear candy" nuggets like panning (stereo) and fades (in/out), and, of course, bits of guitar sprinkled throughout! So grab your favorite headphones or hook up your best wi-fi speaker and get your groove on!
Back View 2020 EP
Left Side View EP
Right Side View EP
Front View EP
Rough Draft EP
All my releases in one playlist:
Links to my FAVORITE "under the radio" ARTISTS
See "The BIG List (Ambient2pt0)" for more
Here are some links for some of my favorite 'non-mainstream' (or as I like to call them: "under-the-radio") artists. Artists who I believe deserve more airplay than they get. Check them out and give them a listen. You never know what little gold nugget of sound you mind find.
P. S. There's a link for my SoundCloud profile in there somewhere -look for the picture of the grayish music production software. :)
"The really good music, whether of the East or of the West, cannot be analyzed."