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Music on these albums/cds, is meant to be
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Bulls & Bears Concerto
Music For Pictures New Age
is television and film composer
Joe Wiedemann, and a wide
variety of acoustic and electronic sounds. The
string sounds are real.
The woodwind sounds are real.
All the standard orchestral components
are digital samples of real acoustic instruments.
Concerto #2, a synthesizer adds a new complement of sounds to this
These are not electronic realizations of standard classical repertoire.
Composer Joe Wiedemann's music is all original.
is the all-inclusive ensemble. The orchestra we know, is
a collection of emotional button-pushing instruments: powerful brass, romantic
strings, a sexy oboe, nerdy clarinet, airy
flutes... It's time to
add to that palette of rich sounds with new instruments, to create a nearly
limitless, and evolving ensemble. The roots of our past (classical music styles) and
the seeds of our future (technological advances in sound creation) grow into
many hybrid blossoms.
music calls for new sounds,
move forward into what will someday become new classical genres.
makes use of all available
instruments: piano, strings, brass, woodwinds, keyboards, and percussion.
Composer Joe Wiedemann (ASCAP) integrates expressive, new
sounds and electronic musical instruments into this versatile group.
With influences like: Jean Michel Jarre, Alan Parsons, Mike Oldfield, and Wendy
Carlos, electronic instruments have moved closer to the classical stage.
Explore this site for
music, sheet music,
new CD's mp3's and mp4's in a variety of styles and genres. From
to new age,
television and film music... this
Electro-Acoustic Orchestra is an orchestral
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