“Classical” (Used 403 times)
stevenarntson on 08/07/2017 at 02:30PM
I'm happy to post today an album I've been slowly working on for the past few years. Without Haste, Without Rest is Attribution-Noncommercial licensed music that includes a mix of classical instrumental compositions, instrumental yodels, harmony singing, and songs. I hope people enjoy listening to the material, and also find the tracks useful and suitable for reuse. Thanks to the FMA for providing a good place to post this type of work!
WynneWin on 09/15/2016 at 02:38PM
My newest piano music album has been released!
Please go check it out and give it a nice download here: Farther than all the Stars
Princess of Mars
NOTE ON LICENSE:
Due to the license on my music, you must get permission prior to using so in youtube videos/ commerical use/ etc. While as I will most likely not refuse your usage of my music, I would like the proper citation to be done, which consists of:
Title of song
Author: Julie Maxwell
And for my personal benefit. my website: http://www.juliemaxwell.com
Thank you all very much for understanding how important it is to use proper citation for my music, so others can find me!
BeastRobot on 10/13/2015 at 08:10AM
♫ Artist: sawsquarenoise
♫ Track: Sumi Suteshi
♫ Album: none
♫ Genre: Classical, Composed Music
katya-oddio on 06/05/2015 at 09:16PM
The MIT Symphony Orchestra supports the MIT Concert Choir in this performance of Franz Joseph Haydn's Die Jahreszeiten (The Seasons). The choir is conducted by William Cutter.
In failing health near the end of his musical career, Haydn composed this work over two years while struggling with a libretto prepared by Austrian nobleman Baron Gottfried van Swieten, who also penned the libretto for Haydn's popular The Creation. The text is based on the poem "The Seasons" by English poet James Thomson. Haydn's final work premiered in 1801.
In The Seasons, the chorus sings mostly in four parts, featuring three vocal soloists. The same solo voices representing archetypal plain country people appear here as in The Creation — Simon (bass), Lucas (tenor), and Hanne (soprano). For this performance, the soloists are Diana Hogland, Mark Evans, and Mark Andrew Cleveland.
katya-oddio on 03/19/2015 at 05:00PM
In honor of the Masters Remastered Challenge underway at the Free Music Archive, here is a collection of just a few of the many great albums of reinterpretations of classical works residing at the FMA.