“Classical Piano” (Used 22 times)
WynneWin on 01/13/2018 at 11:54PM
Here it is, my best of collection!
I added my best and favorite songs from my first 4 albums into one amazing collection! This collection will also be on Itunes, but is FREE for content creators!
What does that mean? You can use ALL of this music in ANY of your creative youtube videos! That's right! Monetize a video with these songs in them, worry free! As long as you are okay with ads, you can use this music to your liking. I am trying to gain a following and make some money from ad revenue, so please support me and use these in your videos as much as you can! The most views, the more money!
Help a pretty Princess of Mars out, will ya?
The_Piano_Lady on 12/02/2017 at 10:34PM
I’m so thrilled to release my second studio album ‘The Way to the Rainbow’ and happy to inform you that the album is available on:
♪ Amazon >>> http://a.co/6sX87Y8
The album has been recorded live at the incredible Vladimir Osinsky recording studio, Moscow.Nick Orsa is an amazing audio engineer and sound producer of this album.Special thanks to everyone who helped make this important step forward possible!Thank you for your listening and great support! ♥
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!
katya-oddio on 04/19/2013 at 04:45PM
Saturday, April 20th is the anniversary of the 1910 premiere of Ravel's Ma Mère l'Oye in Paris, France. Ma Mère l'Oye: Cinq Pièces Enfantines (Mother Goose: Five Children's Pieces) was originally composed for two pianos, a duet for Mimi and Jean Godebski, ages 6 and 7. Later the same year, the work was transcribed for solo piano by Ravel's friend Jacques Charlot. In 1911, Ravel orchestrated the work for a full orchestra, and in 1912, he expanded it into a ballet. It was recently arranged for a string quartet, as well.
The five pieces of both the duet and the solo piano suites of Ma Mère l'Oye are:
1. Courtly Dance of Sleeping Beauty (Pavane de la belle au bois dormant)
2. Little Tom Thumb (Petit Poucet)
3. Little Ugly Girl, Empress of the Pagodas (Laideronnette, impératrice des pagodes)
4. Conversation of Beauty and the Beast (Les entretiens de la belle et de la bête)
5. The Fairy Garden (Le jardin féerique)
dvd on 05/29/2012 at 07:30PM
After a wildly successful kickstarter campaign, the folks at the Open Goldberg Variations project have finally released their recordings of Bach's famous 1741 composition. Recorded in the Teldex Studio in Berlin (whose client list reads like a who's who of classical conductors and orchestras), producer Anne-Marie Sylvestre beautifully captures pianist Kimiko Ishizaka's performance of Bach's masterpiece. It is not every day that someone puts so much time and effort into a classical recording only to turn around and offer it up to the public domain free of charge. In fact, according to the project's creators, this is the first fan-funded, open source, and completely free recording ever produced. The recording is accompanied by a newly revised edition of the score open peer-reviewed and put together by musescore.
The recording is licensed under Creative Commons Zero, which effectively allows the recording to be used by anyone, for anything, in any way. It's the most "open" license offered by Creative Commons and is designed to assist artists who wish to waive their creative rights and dedicate their works to the public domain.
Read a review from Catching The Waves
Visit The Open Goldberg Variations on:
We're very excited to share this monumental work and we can't give enough kudos to the Open Goldberg Variations team!