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Tuesday Microgrooves
"Raw Book of Music - Xmas Edition", Part 2.This week we go even further back in history and take on a piece which was first pubished in 1850. It is even speculated that the roots of "Maria durch ein Dornwald ging" reach back somewhere into the 16th century. What we know is that this carol didn't become popular until it was released in a few songbooks at the beginning of the 20th century - good things come to those who wait 🙂As always we hope you enjoy!From our home offices with love ❤#tuesdaymicrogrooves #crossoverjazz #mariadurchdendornwaldging #rbom #xmasedition #mrtambourineman ... See MoreSee Less
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We proudly present the "Raw Book of Music - Xmas Edition".Part one features the 102 yo. classic "Carol of the Bells". The main theme is based on traditional Ukrainian folk chants which were associated with the coming New Year. The original piece was written for a mixed four-voice choir. And since lockdown changed our plans once again we thought we'd give it a little spin and create our own four-instrument version of it. Hope you enjoy!From our home offices with love ❤#tuesdaymicrogrooves #crossoverjazz #carolofthebells #rbom #XmasEdition ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Lockdown-Tuesday from Austria!Today we would like to share a memory from a time when we were able to decide how much distance we wanted to keep from each other... (Link in comments!)Good times feat Lena Mentschel!Stay healthy everyone and enjoy this Peter Gabriel classic!#tuesdaymicrogrooves #crossoverjazz #Lockdown4 ... See MoreSee Less
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Tuesday Microgrooves
This clip goes down in #tuesdaymicrogrooves history. Watch Norbert Wallner giving his all in a different category.#talentcantbetaught Happy Tuesday everyone ❤#crossoverjazz #mrbojangles ... See MoreSee Less
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