This was from a music class I took a few years ago. The assignment was to take a jazz standard (if you can even call it that) and make some additions of our own.
It has been a long time since I have posted anything. But today that ends. Here is a classical song called “The Moldau” https://binged.it/2Osq1Ht And here is my version (done in Sibelius):
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 hadContinue reading “The Millennium”
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!
I’m fixing a hole In the shoes that I wear To keep the rain from my socks If we had some I’m petting a cat Who is again on my lap And he can’t stop himself from purring Cause he’s a kitty cat Perhaps I’ll stay home And not worry about the rain It hasn’tContinue reading “Fixing a Hole”
Eleanor Winslow Picks up the Dice From the Table Of the Local Casino With her friend Dino Look at her gambling Throwing her pay Down the drain And she’s feeling No pain Some say she’s insane All the unlucky gamblers Where do they get their dough All the unlucky gamblers Why not just see aContinue reading “Eleanor Winslow”