Here is the final cut of Orlando Di Lasso’s “Bonjour et Puis Quelles Nouvelles,” which as you know, means “Hello and Then What News!” This song was written over 400 years ago. It is almost as old as my car. It is a D Minor car, because it has one flat. For more on theContinue reading “He’s Back”
This isn’t done yet, but I am (at least for today). It is another song by Orlando Di Lasso, titled “Bonjour et puis quelles nouvelles.” That translates to “Hello and then what news!” (I added the exclamation point for effect.) And here are two more Bach Chorales:
Here are three more songsThey aren’t very longCorrect me if I’m wrongBut the last one needs a gong They were added on to the previous post, if they sound familiar. This song has been downloaded more times than any other from this site:
Here are more of those chorales by Johann Sebastian Bach. We are a little over half way through the songbook “101 Chorales by Johann Sebastian Bach.” I hope you enjoy listening to these songs as much as I like making them. And who knows, maybe one day I will be a star. I’m off toContinue reading “Fresh off The Press”
These Bach Chorales are being downloaded at an ever-increasing rate. Listeners from all over the world are clamoring for more! Well, listeners, here are three more for you. And I have to tell you, I think number 56 is the best one yet. I hope they bring as much happiness to you as they haveContinue reading “Bach is Back”
I wake each morning when it’s darkAwakened by a dog’s loud barkI brew some coffee and drink it downAnd after a while I lose my frown Here are some more songs to help you lose your frown, if you have one.
Today’s song was written by Orlando Di Lasso. He was considered among Europe’s greatest musicians at the end of the 16th-century. It is titled “je laime bien et laimerai,” which translates to “I’ll be Fine and I’ll be Fine” according to translate.com. Really! Orlando Di Lasso (also spelled Orlando De Lassus) was born in present-dayContinue reading “Renaissance Fair”
We are half way through the list of 101 Chorales. Here are numbers 42, 45, and 46. The first two songs begin in the key of G Major. The last song begins in the key of C-Minor. Can you hear the difference? I knew you could!
Here are three more Bach Chorales for you. They are Chorale numbers 41, 43, and 44 in the Book of 101 Chorales by Johann Sebastian Bach. Everyone, sing along…..
These three songs bring us up to number forty-one in the countdown of 101 Bach Chorales, for those of you keeping score at home. And by the way, if you haven’t seen the show “Halo” on Paramount Plus, I highly recommend it. But be prepared to have your mind blown. https://www.paramountplus.com/shows/halo/
Here are three more of those Bach Chorales everyone is talking about. Chorale Number 37 and 39 were written in 3/4 time, but the percussion is 4/4. It produces an interesting effect. Do you ever experience writer’s block? If that happens to you, just remember to put one font in front of the other.
We are slowly making our way through the book of 101 Chorales by Johann Sebastian Bach. Here are chorale numbers 33 through 38. Download for free! (Now where else can you get such a great deal?)