Unknown Artist - Sounds Of The Piano Series: Modern Pianist (Vinyl)

 · Motifs of club music creep subtly into ‘All The Unknown’’s impeccably textured palette, which nonetheless uses sounds found exclusively within the piano. These sounds and samples are triggered and collected using mechanics built by Vogel and placed inside the piano, then extracted, processed and shaped beyond their original identity to.

Mono releases were in the CM series, with stereo releases in the corresponding CS series. Sublabels. Jazz Series (5), R & B Series, Vocal Series (2), Vocal Series (Custom) Parent Label: Crown Records (2) Contact Info: S. Normandie Ave. Los Angeles, CA Sites:Offer Count: K.

Long Playing vinyl records from the Boston Public Library. Listenable, Downloadable, Boston Public Library (BPL) sound collection includes hundreds of thousands of audio recordings in a variety of historical formats, including wax cylinders, 78 rpms, and LPs. The recordings span many genres, including classical, pop, rock, jazz, and opera – from 78s produced in the.

The volumes in both the ongoing piano series each feature a young, gifted pianist which allow listeners to hear rising artists while exploring delightful music. This past month, Naxos released a CD in each series: volume 15 in the Scarlatti cycle featured pianist Orion Weiss while this CD, the fourth in the Soler series introduces listeners to /5(8).

 · Mixing classic US house piano keys with bumpy basslines and pitched-up vocals, Deep Breath is the stand-out tune and an archetypal mid-’90s club track. And the main reason this is best owned on vinyl? It wasn’t available in any other format. Buy Pure Deep House 3 - The Very Best of House & Garage by Various Artists on Amazon.

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  1.  · One of the artists I have been most fascinated by for the last three decades is Marcelle Meyer, a remarkable French pianist who somehow recorded 17 CDs’ worth of material from the s to the s yet who was virtually unknown to even the most ardent pianophiles: it was I who introduced her playing to Harold C Schonberg 30 years ago – he.

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