A new song, named after the dwarf planet Makemake (maw-key-maw-key) which in turn derives from the mythology of the Rapa Nui people of Easter Island, a propos of nothing in particular. Maybe I’ll do a suite of dwarf planets that Gustav Holst did not cover. 🙂
From “The Well Tempered Clavier” (Book 1) by J.S. Bach, Prelude and Fugue No.9 presented here in three iterations, featuring:
(1) Stratocaster, Hammond Organ, Bass, and Drums,
(2) Oboe, Bassoon, Bass Clarinet, and
(3) Violins, Cellos, and Double Bass.
From “The Well Tempered Clavier” by J.S. Bach, Fugue No.2, presented here in three iterations, featuring:
(1) Mini moog,
(2) Dobro and Koto, and
(3) Fuzzed-up Stratocaster and some E.L.P.-sounding Hammond Organ (R.I.P. Keith Emerson).
New song! It’s called Blackfoot, after the Blackfoot Drum sound that opens the song and continues for a good part of it. The images are once again of space things, for no reason other than the general spacey quality of the music.
New song! It’s called Goblin Pong, because one of the sound patches is called “Goblins”, and another section reminds me of a game of Pong being played in the background, and in the past. The images are of space things, for no reason other than the general spacey quality of the music.