From everything I have written, there is a song that has become very relevant in these times. It is ‘I will go on’, which I created as a tribute to a dear friend who passed away many years ago. I want you to listen to it with me. To conmemorate those who have left us, and to promise them we’ll keep living and celebrating the life of those who have survived the disease and those who keep taking all the necessary precautions for the virus not to spread further.
I have nothing but love and admiration for Aretha Franklin, the queen of soul. She made music like no other and her voice carried such strength and message that it was difficult for me to imagine someone else getting to her level. Well, Jennifer Hudson came to challenge this notion and won
It’s not that I don’t like the heat. Even this strange summer of staying home and keeping from checking the news too frequently is a lovely season. But I am talking about the very famous group of four violin concerti by Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi, dedicated to the four seasons. From those pieces, my favourite is “Winter”.
I enjoyed myself so much a couple weeks back at Sax interpretations – female edition curated by Courtney Fadlin. Tonight the fun continues. Courtney is doing another event at 6pm EST/11pm BST featuring the men. I’m not on the Bill this time but I’m sure its going to be a great night! So if you’re looking for some great sax music for your evening tune in and hear the vibes on Courtney’s YouTube channel or his Facebook page
For some time now, two different Spotify accounts pop up when you search for my name in the platform, which, understandably, has caused some confusion. To fix that, here I come to present you my official Spotify account, where you will always find my music to play, along with several playlists of recommended artists that I am organizing just for you.
Are you new here and just found out about my podcast Success Beyond The Score? Or maybe you listened to the first episodes and lost track of it afterwards. Even if you are a regular listener (thank you for your support!) this recap will be useful to easily find the themes that you want to review and save them for later.
Who doesn’t remember the Pink Panther? This franchise started on 1963 with a movie that already featured the unmistakable “Pink Panther Theme Song”, one that I am sure we all can hum on command, haha. This great composition was created by Henry Mancini, who gave us sax players a track that just cannot flop (and that is a lot of fun to play!).
You might think you have never heard of Maceo Parker before, but you probably know his work with James Brown back in the sixties. They were a fantastic team, but Mr. Parker’s career goes well beyond that!