Hello Folks! Time again for my once-a-year recording for PS.
I recorded this at home before hearing Felipe's recording. Now that I've heard his,...
Maybe it's an old suggestion, but shouldn't PS be more active in social networks? I know we are on Twitter, but is there a page on...
Thank you all for the nice comments.
"A Maré Encheu" means "The tide has risen", incidentally.
Hello, there you guys! Long time no see!
Here is my interpretation of "A Mare Encheu". Hopefully good enough.
Comments are welcome.
Excellent recording of "Desengoncado", another amazing piece. I'm not aware of any others out there for comparison, but I think you are...
I'm sorry!!! I must have missed the link to Desengoncado. I meant Tupinamba!... I will listen to Desengoncado shortly!
By the way, if I ever win...
I have just seen a video on YouTube of Cameron Carpenter playing Chopin's Revolutionary Etude on the organ. I realize he is a...
Excellent recording and execution, as always. I have heard this piece played by Olinda Alessandrini. She does it a notch faster and a bit more...
I'm glad I read this, because It made me realize I haven't been around much the last months... mainly due to work and also my father's...
Very Nice, Alex!
As always, very lovable and professional rendition.
G, Gm.... you talk like a very "hip" and "pop" musician, Felipe!!! Getting enough "gigs" lately?
Thank you very much for the feedback.
Hello, Monica, thank you for putting it up.
I've also seen you made a list of all the pieces on this suite; however, this one's title is "A manha...
2nd attempt at the Pierrette's Ruse. See if you like this one better!
Villa-Lobos - Carnaval das crianças,...
Nicely done Chris!!!
The reason for us brazilians not knowing these songs anymore is that hardly any kids play "roda/ciranda"...
The same link! The "Nokia Tune" can be heard at 0:13 and 2:31 !!!
At 0:13 the so-called "Nokia Tune" can be heard!!!
I'm sure they have Nokia cell phones in Chicago!
I'd add the "Gran Vals" by Spanish composer Francisco Tárrega. Who hasn't heard this one these days???
I thought maybe you meant bars 15-20, as the LH in those bars bears the most characteristic melodic line of a horn blow. But don't...
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