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Glen Hoban Ballade Extreme Plus Les Monts Brumeux Froide 41198

Glen Hoban Ballade Extreme Plus Les Monts Brumeux Froide 41198

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Hoban Glen

Composer, Interpreter
Canada, Winnipeg
About the artist
My first instrument is the piano, and I have a strong classical background, though I do not have a degree in
music. As I got older, I took up playing the bamboo flute - as the piano is not very portable, and I wanted to
be able to play while waiting for my bus. Later, I took up the panpipes, which I found better than the flute for
playing while I walk, and during the cold winter (as they do not require the use of the fingers). Lately I have
been attempting to teach myself to sing. My musical interested broadened as I got older to include Ragtime,
'Oldies', folk music (mainly on the panpipes), some pop music, and miscellaneous. I have written some 30 or
40 pieces of music for the piano in a classical, semi-modern style. I am self-taught as a composer.
Qualification: I play at an advanced level, but I only only took my grade 8 piano exam.
Personal web: http://www.youtube.com/user/Kamibambiraptor
About the piece
Title: Ballad (Far Over The Misty Mountains Cold)
Composer: Glen, Hoban
Arranger: Glen, Hoban
Licence: © Music Glen Hoban All Rights Reserved
Publisher: Glen, Hoban
Instrumentation: Piano solo
Style: Classical
Comment: This is a piano solo based on the original melody I
wrote for Tolkien's poem "Over the Misty Mountains
Cold". Parts of it are in a folk style, while nearer the
end of the piece it shows definite signs of being 20th
century (no, it is NOT atonal!). While it's been written
as a piano solo, it also sounds good with vocals
accompanying, so I have left the words in. <br> <br>
This is more difficult than my other posting... (more
online)
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