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posted a comment on Tomaso Albinoni. 6 days ago
the famous Albinoni's adagio not written by him
it was composed by Remo Giazotto in 20th century

https://musictales.club/article/albinonis-famous-adagio-uncharacteristically-solemn-and-offbeat-because-it-wasnt-fact
posted a review of Jacob Do Bandolim. 6 days ago
Jacob Pick Bittencourt, nicknamed Jacob do Bandolim or Mandolin Jacob, was a Brazilian musician and composer working in the mid-20th century whose music had a huge impact on all subsequent generations of Latin American mandolin performers. The main body ... See full review
posted a comment on Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Pictures At An Exhibition. 22 days ago
The story of acquainting the pop music audience with this classical piece began when gifted keyboardist and future ELP founder Keith Emerson heard Ravel's orchestration at the London Philharmonic.

While being under the strongest impression by his first ... See full review
posted a review of Yatsuhashi Kengyo. about 1 month ago
Yatsuhashi Kengyō was a 17th-century Japanese composer who created a new concept of koto music, introducing the instrument of gagaku court orchestra to the general public. For many centuries before him, the harp-like koto had a very specific role in the ... See full review
posted a comment on Johann Sebastian Bach. about 1 month ago
Mass in B minor: how to separate original scores of J.S. Bach from his son's later edits?
https://musictales.club/article/mass-b-minor-how-separate-original-scores-js-bach-his-sons-later-edits
posted a review of Nicola Matteis. about 1 month ago
One of the first pieces of evidence of Italian invasion during the Baroque period in England is Ayrs for the Violin—the 4-volume book of solo and accompanied works for violin published by Nicola Matteis between 1676 and 1685. Reprinted several times in ... See full review
posted a comment on Tomita. about 1 month ago
Tomita had difficulty importing a modular synthesizer to Japan in the 1970s
https://musictales.club/article/analog-synthesizers-isao-tomita-programming-fresh-sound-all-time-classics
posted a review of Sunday All Over The World. 2 months ago
One of the brightest collaborations of the late 1980s arose after the wedding of postpunk singer Toyah Willcox and guitar virtuoso Robert Fripp who is by many considered to be the father of the prog rock genre. Formed in 1988 under the name Fripp/fripp, ... See full review
posted a review of Sunday All Over The World - Kneeling At The Shrine. 2 months ago
One of the brightest collaborations of the late 1980s arose after the wedding of postpunk singer Toyah Willcox and guitar virtuoso Robert Fripp who is by many considered to be the father of the prog rock genre. Formed in 1988 under the name Fripp/fripp, ... See full review
posted a comment on Ram Narayan. 2 months ago
Ram Narayan was born in 1927 in Amber village in Rajasthan, near the lake-based city Udaipur which has been the residence of powerful Rajputs rulers of the historic kingdom of Mewar. Since the region has always been famous for bowed-strings instruments ... See full review
posted a comment on Kate Bush - Running Up That Hill. 2 months ago
no doubt, this is Kate Bush's most famous masterpiece. however, she had problems promoting the song at the time.
https://musictales.club/article/mtv-and-emi-did-not-appreciate-concept-kate-bushs-iconic-running-hill
posted a comment on Giulio Regondi. 2 months ago
Giulio Regondi was one of the most virtuosic guitarists of the early Romantic period who began earning flattering reviews from eight years of age including the praise of the violin maestro Paganini. Europe admired Regondi's exceptional technique while ... See full review
posted a comment on Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put A Spell On You. 2 months ago
I Put a Spell on You is a 1956 song written by Screamin' Jay Hawkins that became an instant classic and remained his greatest commercial success.

Hawkins wrote this as a calm ballad lamenting the lost love of a woman he longed to get back. His first ... See full review
posted a comment on Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother. 2 months ago
AHM suite is my favorite PF piece. It was arranged by Ron Geesin.
Especially, I'm a big fan of Quadro version of AHM suite due to its really contains some other brass parts while the drums sound more ... See full review
posted a comment on Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven. 3 months ago
it seems the piece is a public domain written in the baroque era by blind harpist O'Carolan

https://musictales.club/article/celtic-baroque-roots-stairway-heaven