Music – Star Wars – This composition named “Star Wars: The Rebellion’s Last Stand” was composed by Graham Plowman. He uploaded it to YouTube in April of 2018. As he says on his post:
This is an original piece but I wanted to make it in the style of the amazing John Williams and his Star Wars music so that it might fit in with that harmonic language and orchestration style he uses.
This is nice instrumental music and definitely fits in with the music heard on the Star Wars films. I have definitely added it to my music collection. If you like this video, there are many others on Plowman’s YouTube site.
Music – This video was uploaded to YouTube in September of 2018 by composer Jacob A. Cadmus. As the composer explains on his YouTube post:
. . . This is my inquiry to Star Wars Theory’s Darth Vader fan film/web series. I opted for a classic/traditional approach, drawing some heavy inspiration from the prequel trilogy.
It is nice listening, though with a touch of forboding evil.
Music – With the final season of Game of Thrones to begin in little over a month, I thought that this was a good instrumental selection. The 3:17 “Winter Has Come” is played by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and appears on their album “Music of Game of Thrones”. This video was posted to YouTube in June of 2017 by Silva Screen Records.
Music – I saw this music recommended on the Aethereal Engineer Blog and wanted to share it. You can follow the musician Marty Niaur who published his music under Whitesand.
Product Announcements – Aquarius Computer of New York, New York has released TurnTable v3.2, an important feature update to the company’s popular music player app for macOS. A music player made for music – and the art, TurnTable is a new Music Player app that replaces iTunes and plays all its music library files. It’s a player for truly jamming, by day and night. Daydream and play music, feel well, cry, have visions, whatever …
Developed specifically for artists, music aficionados, or people who dream by day and night, TurnTable displays your music in grids of artists for a fuller selection of what to listen to. Or nothing but Albums elegantly displayed with their art, your albums in a collection view. Tracks are displayed in a simpler utilitarian jukebox interface.
Since 3.0, including the new Themes feature, and a new Visual Tracks view, this jukebox is now way more usable, pleasurable even, comfortable. Version 3.2 sports a new, elegant user interface that is perfect for someone who is really into music the art, and a dreamier side to life. TurnTable 3.2 includes a new Visual Tracks view, for playing any songs/albums that may appear interesting. See the tracks you may like, that may get you up during the day, and just play one.
- macOS 10.13 or later
- 64-bit processor
- 1.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
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Music – OK. I know this isn’t an instrumental piece, but I wanted to share it anyway. My son suggested that I take a look at this group. I have four granddaughters and at one time or another, each and every one of them wanted to be a Disney Princess. This video was posted to YouTube in August of 2017 by Voctave. From their website:
Voctave is an 11-member a cappella group from the Central Florida area. Formed in the winter of 2015, the voices that bring their artistic arrangements to life represent a wealth of diverse backgrounds and musical experiences. Group members have professional roots with Walt Disney World entertainment, but their range does not stop there. From gospel music to musical theater, contemporary Christian to barbershop, pop music to choral specialists, Voctave voices have covered it all both in and out of the a cappella realm. Members of Voctave have performed all over the world and can be heard on countless recordings. The group has performed with Grammy, Dove and American Music Award recipients including Sandi Patty, Kirstin Maldonado, Mark Lowry, David Phelps & Jody McBrayer. With multiple #1 songs and albums on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify, Voctave has also ranked in the top 25 on Billboard Magazine’s charts. Between Facebook and YouTube, they have received more than 100 million views on their videos. Voctave currently has 4 albums that are digitally available on all platforms.
If you have some “Disney Princesses” in your life, regardless of age, this will be music they want to hear.
Music – I saw this music video on the Aethereal Engineer Blog last week. I liked it and wanted to share it. The video is short (2:48) and is the song Inferia by the group Eternal Eclipse on their album Wings of Apocalypse.
Music – I read about this music in a fiction novel a few years back. I am glad that I found this performance on YouTube. It was uploaded in October of 2009 by XxSigfridoxX. The music is by Heather Alexander and is from her album Midsummer.
This isn’t strictly all instrumental, but I like the combination of the bagpipes and the lyrics. It is an inspiring war chant.
Music – I stumbled across this video a few days ago. It shows an impressive view count (at the time I checked the page) of 65,343,117 views. The video was uploaded to YouTube in July of 2015 by Akademia Filmu i Telewizji.
I have liked the Pirates of the Caribbean films. I think that this medley is a nice addition to my easy listening collection.
Music – My son and I were talking about the last Music post I made to my Blog and he suggested that I might like “John Murphy – Sunshine (Adagio In D Minor)”. I loaded it up while we were sitting in my office and it was an excellent recommendation. This was music written for the 2007 science fiction film Sunshine. This was posted to YouTube in November of 2018 by SpaceAmbient.
If you like bold instrumental music, then you should give this a try.