3. Today's the Day (For Cello). 5. Afterlife Music Radio.
Afterlife Music Radio. Composed By – Shahzad Ismaily. 6. Ba Da Bum. Composed By – Jenny Scheinman. Cello, Vocals, Producer – Marika Hughes. Engineer, Recorded By – Shahzad Ismaily (tracks: 5, 6, 11). Engineer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Producer – Raz Mesinai. Graphics, Design – Andrew Nofsinger. Photography By – Natasha Stovall.
Marika Hughes: Afterlife Music Radio/The Simplest Thing. Session cellist Marika Hughes drops two albums at once, and they are very different from one another. Afterlife Music Radio: 11 New Pieces for Solo Cello. Marika Hughes has provided cello skills for Tom Waits, Mr. Bungle, Whitney Houston and a bunch of other established artists that have little in common with one another. So when she decided to strike out on her own, you can't blame her for wanting it both ways. She's simultaneously releasing two albums representing two different genres. At the start of his latest tour of Europe, David Gray speaks with PopMatters about his 11th solo album, writing to avoid the obvious, finding the perfect collaborator, and how to avoid "crowing on like a middle-aged man". MP3 Music, January 16, 2011. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Опубликовано: 11 февр. 2012 г. Excerpts from Marika Hughes & Band's performance at Celebrate Brooklyn on August 4, 2011. Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY. Marika Hughes, cello/voice Charlie Burnham, violin Adam Levy, guitar Fred Cash, bass Tony Mason, drums. Стандартная лицензия YouTube. Genres: Classical, Electronic Release date: 1. 1. Tracklist: 1. Bright Green Goddess on a Reddish Brown Throne (01:55). 2. Korean Bounce (04:11). 3. Today's the Day (for cello) (04:10). Afterlife Music Radio (06:01). Ba Da Bum (01:25). 7. Soliloquy (06:03). This album was released 1. 2011 and containing 12 tracks. If we have other releases and albums Marika Hughes you can see it on this page. All music content by Marika Hughes is presented for reference only. All new music by Marika Hughes.
Digital radio (DAB+). Edward Elgar (extract:) Cello Concerto, In E Minor (O. 5). Johann Sebastian Bach (extract:) Suite für Violoncello solo, Nr. 4. Prélude. 10. Adagio, ma non troppo. 11. Nobody knows the trouble I've seen. 12. Moonlight Serenade. Data-Privacy Impressum Contact.
Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF). Formats & Prices. Total Runtime01:19:48. Info for Songs & Lullabies: New Works for Solo Cello. Inspired by the plight of disadvantaged and mistreated children around the world, Delphian artist Robert Irvine has commissioned 18 new pieces for solo cello. Irvine has broadcast frequently as soloist and chamber musician on BBC television and BBC Radio 3, and is a senior professor of cello and chamber music and Head of Cello Studies at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Robert Irvine, cello. He has recorded several CDs, including recordings of Rachmaninov and Shostakovich Cello sonatas, as well as the complete cello works of Sally Beamish for the Swedish label BIS, which received high critical acclaim, including CD of the month in the Gramophone magazine.
Album · 2011 · 15 Songs. Gradus for Solo Cello: VI. 1:11. Gradus for Solo Cello: VII. 2:17. 8. Three Pieces for Solo Cello: I. The Dark Moon Rise. Three Pieces for Solo Cello: II. Vertigo.
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|1||Bright Green Goddess On A Reddish-Brown Throne
Composed By – Charlie Burnham*
Composed By – Nasheet Waits
|3||Today's The Day (For Cello)
Composed By – Dina Maccabee
Composed By – Trevor Dunn
|5||Afterlife Music Radio
Composed By – Shahzad Ismaily
|6||Ba Da Bum
Composed By – Jenny Scheinman
Composed By – Carla Kihlstedt
|8||Bring In The Nasty
Composed By – Raz Mesinai
Composed By – Abraham Burton
Composed By – Todd Sickafoose
Composed By – Eyvind Kang
Composed By – Marika Hughes
- Recorded At – Ruff Riddim Studios, NYC
- Recorded At – Rivington 66
- Cello, Vocals, Producer – Marika Hughes
- Engineer, Recorded By – Shahzad Ismaily (tracks: 5, 6, 11)
- Engineer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Producer – Raz Mesinai
- Graphics, Design – Andrew Nofsinger
- Photography By – Natasha Stovall