Bach’s Fugue in A-Minor

Here is my own version of Bach’s Fugue in A-Minor (in E-Minor):

And here is very talented Organist playing the same song:

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Here is my version of a song by Bach
He talked the talk and he walked the walk
Some notes are flats, but there are sharps
And tubular bells and also harps

MP3: https://soundcloud.com/catman-10/fantasia-1

Midi: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1G5Kdbi-0mkV0AggTBLIl86wMvusZVKCf/view?usp=sharing

 

My Visual Analysis

Analysis of The Virgin Mary with Saints Thomas Aquinas and Paul
by Bernardo Daddi, in Florence, Italy, 1335

the virgin mary
It’s another painting with the Virgin Mary
And she’s with two Saints, and one is hairy
It’s done very well, this fact is true
And the Virgin Mary is wearing blue

Each of them have different poses
I wonder how they feel when the panel  closes?
The Virgin Mary is looking down
And everyone’s skin is very brown

The atmosphere is very static
The scaling is definitely hieratic
The saints appear to be litigious
The theme of this painting is quite religious

 

The Millennium

When I was just a young pup, one of my siblings brought home this album.  It was the only album recorded by this group, but some of the members went on to work with some of the biggest names in music.

(For those of you born after 1998, when I was a kid we had these things called “Albums.”  They were black, circular, and much larger than CD’s.  They had circular grooves in them that made music when you put them on a “turntable.”)

It was the second band to record using 16-track technology, the first being Simon and Garfunkel’s “Bookends” (another amazing album).

It has been categorized as “Sunshine Pop” but I think it is in its own category.  I have never heard anything quite like it, and I still love it.  Maybe you will too.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Begin_(The_Millennium_album)

Fanfare for The Common Person

Here are two versions of “Fanfare for The Common Man” by Aaron Copland.
I don’t think you have ever heard anything quite like it. (I know I haven’t.)

And here is a version by Emerson, Lake and Palmer that I am sure you’re gonna like!