About this blogI just wanted a place to share information I come across or experience, and my opinions on musical topics.
Category Archives: Recording
Another video just out of the oven. I was a little bit in a hurry when I recorded this piece, but I am very happy with the result. This short sonata composed by G. P. Telemann is the first in … Continue reading
Here is a short piece that I recorded this past week. It was written by Johannes Eccard (1553-1611) for 3 sopranos and 1 alto voices. I am playing here a transcription for 3 oboes and 1 English horn (I play … Continue reading
This video is my own recording of a sonata by Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713) originally composed for trumpet, two violins, and basso. I recorded it with an oboe, two mandolins, and an acoustic bass guitar (all of them played by yours … Continue reading
I was having fun with my electric bass (Ibanez SR 506) and iPad a few days ago, and ended up recording Bach’s well-known Air on the G String in a three-voice version: bass-melody, bass-accompaniment, and bass-bass. Here is the result. … Continue reading
This is a long overdue post. After having graduated last December (2013) with my PhD in Educational Psychology, I’ve been enjoying some guilty-free music playing and ended up not keeping up with my blog. Well, I am back and I’ll … Continue reading