Posts Tagged ‘ composer ’

Freight Train by Elizabeth Cotton – YouTube

Elizabeth “Libba” Cotten (January 5, 1893 – June 29, 1987) was an American blues and folk musician, singer, and songwriter. A self-taught left-handed guitarist, Cotten developed her own original style. Her approach involved using a right-handed guitar (usually in standard tuning), not re-strung for left-handed playing, essentially, holding a right-handed guitar upside down. This position required her to play the bass lines with her fingers and the melody with her thumb. Her signature alternating bass style has become known as “Cotten picking.” – Mike Workman, 2014

In the Studio – The Black Madonna: DJ, composer and feminist – BBC Sounds

She cannot read music but The Black Madonna writes and produces all her records

Source: In the Studio – The Black Madonna: DJ, composer and feminist – BBC Sounds

Unsuk Chin Piano Study V Toccata – YouTube

Long Journey Home (2012) by Michael Gilbertson – YouTube

Sleep by Max Richter on Spotify | kottke

Composer Max Richter released Sleep in 2015, but it only recently became available on streaming platforms: Spotify, Amazon, Apple Music, Tidal. The album is 8 hours and 24 minutes long and was designed by Richter as a sleep aid/accompaniment. The composer worked with neuroscientist David Eagleman to align the music with the brain & body’s natural sleep rhythms.

A snack-sized version of Sleep is also available: From Sleep, which clocks in at a mere hour long.

Source: Max Richter’s Sleep, an 8-hour album designed to be listened to while you sleep

 

Couperin: Pièces de Viole, Suite 1 in E minor

Clear Music by Nico Muhly

Ferron ~ It Won’t Take Long

Samuel Barber – Adagio for Strings

Composer Michael Moore ~ Please Take Off Your Shoes

Michael Moore’s Junior Recital Samples