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Elias Frost - Welcome to Pegasopolis | Orchestral

NB: This was originally posted on Equestria Daily on 5 December 2016

A bit of a change from the metal and dark orchestral pieces he normally puts out, Elias shows his lighter side here with a strong uplifting orchestral piece meant to act as a sort of anthem for the pegasus race. 46 more words

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Jyc Row - To Cloudsdale! | Orchestral

Jyc Row is back again with a new orchestral track, and this is certainly one of his more uplifting ones! With a strong happy vibe to it, pushed mostly by the bright strings throughout the track, it also features his trademark strong percussive influence and some celtic flavour towards the end that still manages to fit in quite well. 24 more words

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Epic Music Monday: Markus Junnikkala - Course Set to Intercept

I love epic music! For me it is a perfect combination of the classic orchestral scoring, chorales and electronica music that I have enjoyed for decades.

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The Secular, the Sacred, and the Syncretism On Three Musical ‘Paintings’ with Orthodox Christian Titles

It would be a grave mistake to omit Brahms’s Ein Deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem) in the discourse of the history of Western religious music. The emphasis of the Requiem, from ‘Blessed are they that mourn’ to ‘Blessed are the dead’, is not in addressing the deceased, but rather in comforting the living. 2,921 more words

Concert Programme

Nashville Philharmonic Premieres Chris Farrell's Violin Concerto

Next week the Nashville Philharmonic Orchestra will give world premiere performances of a new violin concerto by Nashville composer Christopher Farrell on the program of their upcoming “Royal Coronation” concerts on December 6 & December 11. 1,675 more words