So… one of the greatest film composers ever, Ennio Morricone, has passed away. Requiescat in pace. May he rest in peace. Here’s one of hist most beautiful pieces – “Love Theme” from the movie “Cinema Paradiso”.
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Another track of mine, Etherea, is on Spotify (and many other music platforms too): Enjoy! I hope you like it! May it bring comfort and solace during these times.
A while ago I released a little peaceful piano track on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/4ngfOsahj64qEDC4mwCtGf?si=t1IGAIw7SM6J2MOe8lz0Gw … I hope you enjoy it! I hope it also gives you comfort during these uncertain times… my country, Finland, is also affected by the COVID-19 outbreak… (although not as much as eg China, Iran, Italy, Spain or USA – our government
Hi there everybody! Exciting news here… This song of mine is going to have lyrics! https://open.spotify.com/track/5gK2E6Is1YQINl1hLwHuD0 And trust me, those lyrics are GREAT! An arrangement for a full choir and piano is also on it’s way… Stay tuned for more news! 🙂
Hi everybody! I want to wish you all a happy Easter! Here’s a very beautiful Swedish Easter hymn for you to enjoy! (Sung in Finnish though) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwRik_uMdkE The hymn tells about what pains Jesus went through during his final days and that He endured all that because of us. Enjoy!
I’ve had my doze of jazzy woodwind music today 🙂 Lenny Pickett, one of the founding members of the band Tower of Power and the musical director of the TV show “Saturday Night Live“, was here at my tiny little town of Uusikaupunki and played some great music with top-quality Finnish musicians (saxophonists Jouni Järvelä
Yayy, testin blogging on my quite newly acquired laptop… Seems to be working great. Anyway, just to let you guys know – my music is on Apple Music! geni.us/2Cls is the link that leads you right there to check it out… Enjoy!
Yesterday I listened to about 15 minutes of great organ music in the main local Lutheran church… Man, that Marcussen organ sounded beautiful again! It’s the oldest Marcussen in Finland by the way…
Haha, I did today my first broadcast on Periscope, the new broadcasting app owned currently by Twitter… I played some music there… That was nice… Interesting experience. An ex tempore virtual concert or something like that 🙂
Having two gigs tomorrow… Accompanying a choir… Good songs, good music… Yes!!!
Now here’s one of the most neautiful songs Sweden has ever given to the world… Björn Skifs’ “Håll Mitt Hjärta” on Tidal: http://tidalhifi.com/track/153953 It is ABSOLUTELY beautiful! I really urge you all to listen to it!
My music will soon be available on Tidal (www.tidalhifi.com). It may take a while though, but I’m still happy about it! Soon the audiophiles will also be able to stream my stuff through their speakers…
Here’s one of the most beautiful Finnish folk songs ever on Spotify, performed by Rajaton and Lenni-Kalle Taipale:
I’m just listening to a recording of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 4 on Spotify by Jonathan Biss… Beautiful! I’ve always liked Beethoven’s piano music since it’s so full of emotions and nuances. They might be hard to find out when practising (although not even remotely as hard as for example in Mozart’s music), but once
Now here’s a beautiful piece by Domenico Scarlatti: http://open.spotify.com/track/133nQulXxTiGEF64BRpTz3 Enjoy!
I bought the Stormdrum 1 sample library from EastWest/QuantumLeap (www.soundsonline.com) and installed it on my computer… I’m about to use it in my upcoming single
Ok, let’s admit it. The stunning piano transcription of Bach’s chorale prelude “Ich ruf’ zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ” by Ferruccio Busoni is one of the most beautiful pieces of music in this planet. Seriously. It’s one of those pieces that will probably make you cry with it’s sheer beauty and peaceful mood. If you
http://open.spotify.com/track/7a67ktlvKD2mPNbVHYzO4b Here’s the second movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major for you to enjoy… Beautiful, isn’t it? 🙂 I like Mikhail Pletnev’s interpretation here very much! The slow movements in Mozart’s works always give me chills because of their stunning beauty… It’s just amazing how he could compose such great music
A few gigs behind, more to come… Which is very nice! I love playing the piano! I just hope that I’ll be able to practise and rehearse as much as needed…
via IFTTT That’s me, playing the beautiful “Kol Slaven” (The Glory of Our Lord in Zion) by Dmitri Bortniansky. Using Omnisphere’s “Cathedral Carillon” patch and the “Silky Way” synth pad from my Roland RD-700SX. I just hope that my playing makes justice for this stunningly beautiful hymn! ????