This is my second pass (previously) at the Bach/Gounod “Ave Maria,” this time with acoustic guitar accompaniment. Video.
A very silly rendition of this well-known piece with the beat on the wrong note. It kinda works!? Also available on youtube if you want to see the score.
Flute and Piano [more inside]
Change of pace. Flute & piano. This was recorded while rehearsing before playing it as the prelude to a church service. [more inside]
I decided to work up a Bach Bourrée (BWV 996) as a belated "do what scares you" challenge, since I don't usually try to play classical music. Soon after I learned it, I couldn't stop myself from messing with the groove, adding touches of swing and Cuban rhythms. [more inside]
A rough vocal for a rough congregation. [more inside]
An electronic take on Pablo Casals playing Prelude in G. [more inside]
I wanted to write something that used two famous musical initials -- DSCH (D-Eb-C-B, Dmitri Shostakovich) and BACH (Bb-A-C-B). I put them in the bass. Needs more harp.
A tiny little homage to JSB.