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paultaylor posted a topic in SoftwareHi guys, thought you might like to know that SongKong (and Jaikoz) can both now autoupdate the new iTunes Work, Movement (name, no, total) fields, we write about it together with a screencast tutorial at http://blog.jthink.net/2016/12/updating-itunes-work-and-movement.html also we done have a lot of work on treating Classical releases specially, we are very open to user feedback so if you have an idea for where things could get work better or you have a wishlist of things you would like a tagger to do and don't know of any tagger that does it please let us know either here or on the Jaikoz/SongKong forums at Jaikoz and SongKong Forums
CheskyRecords posted a topic in Music Downloads & StreamingComputer Audiophile users can get 25% off The Venetian Concertos on HDtracks using code CPUVENICE[h=2]"It's a marvelous re-thinking of an old form that really works and is contemporary music for those who don't like contemporary music." - KPBX Classical Radio[/h] David Chesky's newest radically original powerful compositions, The Venetian Concertos, are a tribute to the classic Italian Concerto Grosso form. Chesky uses his fondness for the Baroque as a starting point. However, influenced and inspired by Brazilian, Urban, and Latin music, he then replaces the Baroque line contour with dense chromatic polyphony. The collision of styles creates a powerful new definition of the Orchestral Concerto form, one which embraces a more contemporary and relevant approach to both counterpoint and energy. Track Listing Venetian Concertos No. 3 Track 1: Movement 1 (5:27) Track 2: Movement 2 (4:36) Track 3: Movement 3 (3:42) Venetian Concerto No. 1 Track 4: Movement 1 (6:04) Track 5: Movement 2 (5:22) Track 6: Movement 3 (4:11) Venetian Concerto No. 2 Track 7: Movement 1 (6:33) Track 8: Movement 2 (6:17) Track 9: Movement 3 (3:59) Venetian Concerto No. 4 Track 9: Movement 1 (5:41) Track 10: Movement 2 (6:06) Track 11: Movement 3 (4:03)