T. Alan Dekker

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As the song name implies, this is a piece for piano, cello and drum kit. I’m open to suggestions for a name.
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My medley arrangement of two American spirituals. Originally recorded in 1998, I used a synthesized choir for a demo - I call it my Martian choir. The problem with using the Martians is they can’t sing in English. So, as with “Ponder Gethsemane…
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Written in celebration of the birth of my niece, this is my first composition written for bell choir. The bell choir is a Yamaha DX-11 F.M. synthesizer.
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I like the theme music to the PBS/BBC mystery series Midsomer Murders with its use of a Theramin. So much so that it inspired me to purchase a Theramin and try my hand recording my version of it. The first thing I learned is, while the Theramin…
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When I was around three years old I first realized I was hearing music in my head, the sounds of which I could manipulate. I thought I was hearing the voices of an Angel choir singing with me. This is that tune, as best I can remember so many…
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Prophet 12 desk module and Minilogue XD somewhat ambient leaning
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Two guitar tracks slavishly sticking to A min blues with a bit of a turn-around.
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with just a smidge of reverb
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As the song name implies, this is a piece for piano, cello and drum kit. I’m open to suggestions for a name.
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vaisvil said

Nice neoclassical trio - very pleasant! The octave mandolin is available at music stores that deal in folk / country instruments. I bought mine used and is made by Trinity College. Not sure if they are still in business. Its double the size and not surprisingly tuned as a regular mandolin but an octave below. Search for Sierra Hull on youtube - excellent mandolin player and has some videos that compare the two.

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I had hoped to have this recording done by Good Friday but ran into all kinds of problems; the biggest of which was the tape machine used to record the original instrumental tracks no longer is working. So I made a foundation track using…
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Guest said

Very nice Ted.

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My medley arrangement of two American spirituals. Originally recorded in 1998, I used a synthesized choir for a demo - I call it my Martian choir. The problem with using the Martians is they can’t sing in English. So, as with “Ponder Gethsemane…
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Guest said

Fun stuff!

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As the song name implies, this is a piece for piano, cello and drum kit. I’m open to suggestions for a name.
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Guest said

Very Nice Ted. I like it a lot.

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My medley arrangement of two American spirituals. Originally recorded in 1998, I used a synthesized choir for a demo - I call it my Martian choir. The problem with using the Martians is they can’t sing in English. So, as with “Ponder Gethsemane…
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Guest said

Awsome!

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Radio-electronics engineer. Amateur Radio callsign WJ8F.

from Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States

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