i'm about to finish a music EP cd with 5 (or 6) pieces (25-30 minutes total) in which i recorded some classical pieces with my flute and, of course, some GPO sounds (well, there is a guitar and a sitar also!!). the pieces are very simple, since i'm not at all a master in flute playing. nevertheless, i enjoyed making the music and this was an occasion to remove some dust from my flute, which i wasn't playing since a long long time (i took lessons for 2 years about 15-20 years ago!! - can't even remember when!!)
so, even if the EP is still not complete (i have to find a weekend in which make a recording session to record at the best all the flute parts), i am looking for a title.... and i don't have any idea yet! :-)
any suggestion or brainstorming would be appreciated!
(of course you will be able to listen to the songs after all will be finished!)
since for now it lacks the lead part, it would be of no interest to post them...
but the pieces are:
Bach, air on the fourth string
Vivaldi, the winter (only one of 4 the movements)
Ravel: Bolero (a short version, it's not 16 minutes long!!)
Dvorak: four romantic pieces, the first movement
Pachelbel: kanon in D dur
plus a "sonata for flute and piano" found on internet and composed by a young author.
all this piece rearranged and played with the flute, with the accompanment of guitar, piano, sitar, strings, etc... (depending on the piece itself...)
the winter, air on 4 string and the kanon was previoulsy posted on this forum, but they undertook a general "liftin" and (i hope) now are much better! :-)
thanks for the kind suggestions!
flutopia is nice!
nowadays i got a nice idea: "Icaurs" could be a good title...
icarus was the greek mythology hero who build a pair of wax wings, flew too near to the sun and then felt down... i think that, considering my flute skill, "icarus" can be a good metaphor... i tried to record something beyond my skills... :-)