When I think of cello, I think . . . the Piano Guys (Steven Sharp Nelson to be exact). Here is his rendition of the Prelude to J.S. Bach’s Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1. Enjoy!
Archive for the ‘Music’ Category
Happy Friday! I never tire of listening to the wonderful music of The Piano Guys. Here is a version of “This is Your Fight” song. And the scenery is not too bad either. Enjoy!
Happy Friday! Here is an “amazing” rendition of Amazing Grace involving Andre Rieu (on violin) and Teun Ramaekers (on piccolo/fife). Unfortunately, I’m not sure who’s playing the bagpipes so I cannot give her a shout-out at this time.
Johann Pachelbel . . . [while we know he was born in 1653 (in Nuremberg, Germany), we don’t know the exact date of birth — but he was baptized on September 1st — so today will have to do] . . . was considered one of the most important composers of the middle Baroque era as well as one of the great organ masters of the generation before Johann Sebastian Bach. Of course, my favorite piece would be the Canon in D Major. . . enjoy!
Well, September is right around the corner, so here is a nice instrumental reflective piece to celebrate “The End of August” courtesy of Yanni. Enjoy!
What do you get when you combine an intoxicated person, a ride in a police car, and Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody? A rather unique a capella rendition of this classic song. Thank you Robert Wilkinson! Not the best rendition I’ve heard, but very entertaining.
Beautiful a capella rendition of Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the U.S.A.” performed by Home Free in front of Mount Rushmore. Enjoy!
I still remember when I first saw the Lion King animated movie and first heard this song. It gave me goosebumps! Then to attend the Broadway play, it gave me goosebumps again. Now, a quasi-acapella arrangement (some percussive instruments used) . . . simply awesome. Enjoy!