An ongoing inquiry into music, from classics to drones, with occasional pauses to admire the scenery.
Monday, March 19, 2007
Rachmaninov had big hands!
This has been circulating around a couple of music blogs. I can't even remember where I saw it first, but it's really funny. Since I keep telling all my friends about it, I thought I should post it here for an even narrower audience...
Cathedral was composed over a two-year period almost entirely from piano samples, plus a very few night-time crickets recorded in our wildflower garden in central Ohio. "One majestic piece of drone music" — Frans de Waard, Vital Weekly.
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