Tag Archives: Amy D. Rubin

The Only #Blues You Should Get Today

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#Tunesday: Music to Energize “Pascoalette”

http://amydrubin.com/plug-ins/live%2005.aif Get out there and greet your day with energy! It might be raining and dreary here, but imagine how rain might affect those that need it. Change your perspective.

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A Song for #Tunesday “American Pulse”

Words of the composer, Amy D. Rubin: This is a midi recording of my piece for String Orchestra, AMERICAN PULSE composed in 2009. It’s polyrhythmic, layered and a tapestry of fragments sewn together, much like a quilt. I was thinking … Continue reading

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#Tunesday “Cry of the Mothers”

Composed and performed by Amy Rubin. “CRY OF THE MOTHERS from “In Tongues”; commissioned by the World Music Institute with funds from the Mary Flagler Cary Charitable Trust, 1991. See more of Amy’s works here on her website.

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“Hallelujah Games” #Tunesday

Get your morning off to a fun start.

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#TuesdayTunes Maple Leaf Rag

This song makes me think of fall, and that’s what today feels like! Enjoy this original arrangement of Scott Joplin‘s “Maple Leaf Rag,” arranged and performed by Amy D. Rubin.    

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