Channel will be rejected if its homepage contains materials that are illegal (racism, etc.). On Saturday, 11th March 2017, we've pulled out all stops to put on one mother of a party!CD: Fresh Aire--"aire" is the Italian word for "song." I based the original tune on the Bach "Aire on a G String," so it goes to classical roots.
Please, if possible, to not sent email using HTML, for email client that Platyna uses HTML is unreadable.When I got out of school I wanted to stray from that and do some different things, but my classical roots are still in tact. online dating erfahrungen Ludwigshafen am Rhein A lot of pieces that I wrote on my first album, which Aire On A G String stimulated, were all names of song forms that I had learned in college.I wrote "The Christmas Lullaby" for my oldest daughter Kelly. I wrote a piece for my son called "Catching Snowflakes On Your Tongue." When he was little he would run around in the snow and his mother taught him to catch snowflakes on his tongue.It was the cutest darn thing so I had to write a piece about that.
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So the forty part comes from Fresh Aire--By the way there are eight Fresh Aire albums all together, and that started in 1974.1984 was when I came up with the idea of doing a Christmas album.It gave me an opportunity to freshen up the Fresh Aire, if you will. The first one goes clear back to the vinyl days, and that was my first experience doing long play records with 180 gram Teldec vinyl. Then as we got into CDs, we've made Christmas collection box sets, there's a Fresh Aire I-VIII box set, and on CD, we've got a combination of some Fresh Aire and other titles. There's a bunch of real good things happening all at once in order to do that, so it just seemed the logical thing to do. It came in a leatherette box with an album on the cover--actually CD-sized--that was embossed pewter. The vinyl was the heavy duty vinyl, it was in rice paper sleeves and it was unwarpable. We have done a number of box sets, and packaging-wise, when I did a Christmas box set of course I wouldn't just put it in cardboard. Chip Davis: Well, the thing that really smacked me over the head at the company was, "Oh my gosh, I've suddenly crossed this line of thirty years of Christmas music." It's like, "Where did the time go?
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" then all of a sudden, it's like, "Wait a minute, how old is Fresh Aire? " on it, if somebody's walking through the record department they're like, "Is that motor oil wait or what is it?
But like they say in Monty Python, nobody expected the Spanish Inquisition either.
MR: [laughs] And Elyse is on "Greensleeves." Do your family members frequent your recordings?
CD: Oh yeah, they've been around it since they were born.
Elyse when she was two or three years old used to wear a little pink onesie and be down in my studio in the morning when I was working on "Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairies" and she would just stand there and spin in circles dancing to it and all that. I have to say all three of them can just sit down and start improvising at the piano. The recording you heard of "Greensleeves" she was just fourteen when I did that.