Dan Sindel's 2006 demo release which is comprised of almost 500 individual guitar tracks (Electric, Acoustic, Nylon, 12 String and Bass guitars) In an adventurous interpretation of George Frideric Handel's most famous Oratorio "The Messiah"... What if the Classical Masters had access to Electric Guitars, Amps, Fuzz Boxes, Wah Wah pedals, Digital Delays, Flangers, Multitrack Hard Disk Recording Devices, Computers and other various Digital Sound Processing toys"? Dan Sindel, a "One Man" Orchestra recreates Orchestral Scores by transposing and transcribing the compositions to fit the guitars tonal range.... Hundreds of layered guitar tracks create a massive electric guitar "Wall of Sound". Very unique!
By Dan Sindel
Original Ambient, Classical and Jazz music by Eduardo Cervantes. Eduardo Cervantes is a composer, musician, artist and photographer who is influenced by avant-garde, jazz, classical, ambient music, and the beauty of nature. He has worked as a piano accompanist for the modern dance department at James Madison University and composed music for a performance choreographed by Roxann Morgan of Next Reflex Dance Collective In Washington DC. He plays various keyboards, saxophone, cello and other instruments. In July of 2011, Eduardo participated in the introductory (and refresher) class of The Guitar Circle of Europe directed by Robert Fripp.
By Eduardo Cervantes
Leonard Nimoy hosts a 13-part series that celebrates the American Jewish tradition by exploring the extraordinary range of its music. Each program illuminates a major theme reflected in American Jewish music: biblical epics set to music by Kurt Weill and other 20th century masters; Jewish legends in tone poems, film scores and operas; sacred masterpieces and the great cantorial tradition; the joy of klezmer; symphonies and concertos based on Jewish themes; the mysteries of Sephardic music; Holocaust reflections; songs from the Golden Age of Yiddish Theater; and world premieres of recently discovered Jewish compositions by Leonard Bernstein.