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MusicPosted by Jean Dar Wed, April 06, 2011 16:22:47 This track will be released next Wednesday
Here's a fresh tune track from AVA Records: Ashley Wallbridge - Moonlight Sonata (Original Mix). It will be released on Wednesday April 11.
Obviously this track is a version of Ludwig van Beethoven's famous Moonlight Sonata, that was written 210 years ago. It was dedicated to his pupil, the seventeen year old Countess Giulietta Guicciardi, with whom Beethoven was in love. It is one of Beethoven's most popular sonatas.
- This track is a blend of the past and the present, and I enjoy it a lot!
MusicPosted by Jean Dar Thu, May 06, 2010 20:55:02 This video is smoking fresh! This brilliant tune is already my new favourite since more than one week back, and was released on this official Armada video only some six hours ago.
feat. Omnia & The Blizzard - Closer will be available
digitally from tomorrow and on disc from May 14, so go ahead and have a taste of the future tonight..
Here's an exclusive chance to listen to excerpts from JPL's forthcoming EP Lighthouses and Shorelines. This EP is to be released on March 9 by the label Enhanced Recordings. The songs are called Lighthouses and Shorelines and Linger, they are both original mixes.
This is Swedish electronic dance music by 21 year old Joni Ljungqvist (JPL), who has already songs in compilations by Armin Van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Tiësto etc.
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