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American Western Film Soundtracks
“Morricone brought the electric guitar to the western. The great thing, though, about the electric guitar in the western is that there were no electric guitars, but somehow he did it so committedly that nobody ever questioned it. It was only much later people started to say, ‘How come there’s an electric guitar part there?’ […]
Ode II
Title: Ode II Composer: Greg Smith Instrumentation: Greg Smith Product medium: PDF score      Related products:     – Ode II (mp3) SAMPLE:
Abstraction II
Title: Abstraction II Composer: Greg Smith Instrumentation: Piano Product medium: PDF score SAMPLE:
The sole purpose of art is infinite
E. T. A. Hoffmann wrote in 1813 that instrumental music is the most romantic of all the arts  – one might almost say, the only genuinely romantic one – for its sole subject is the infinite.  The lyre of Orpheus opened the portals of Orcus – music discloses to man an unknown realm, a world […]
Conducting gloves
The practice of wearing white gloves whilst conducting was common in the nineteenth century. The Musical times reported in July 1884 that: “A German conductor,” we are told, “in order that the public may be more deeply impressed with the feeling of grief intended to be produced by the Funeral March in Beethoven’s ‘Eroica Symphony,’ wears […]
Unless the Lord has built the house – Psalm 126 (127)
Title: Unless the Lord has built the house Text: Psalm 126 (127) Composer: Greg Smith Instrumentation: SATB Product medium: PDF score Sample:
Feeling Fine
Title: Feeling Fine Composer: Greg Smith Instrumentation: Piano duet Level: 1 (5 finger position) Product medium: PDf score & MP3 accompaniment track (Audio sample of accompaniment track only)
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Easy Street
Title: Easy Street (Silent film soundtrack) Composer: Greg Smith Instrumentation: Piano Product medium: PDF score     Related products:     – MP3 soundtrack BACKGROUND: FILM:     Written by: Charles Chaplin, Vincent Bryan & Maverick Terrell     Starring: Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance & Eric Campbell     Directed by: Charles Chaplin & Edward Brewer     Released: 1917 SAMPLE:
Bernstein’s response to violence
This will be our response to violence To make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before.  – Leonard Bernstein.