Category Music to Listen to

Solo guitar Album – Romantic to Contemporary Music – Available On All Major Distributors

My debut solo album (recorded in Hi-Res) is released and is available on all major distributors. This album consists of original, French, Latin and Spanish music – featuring romantic, modern/20th Century and contemporary compositions. The order of the pieces is in such a way to take you through a journey of a different kind. In […]

Album Released – Romantic to contemporary

Finally, my debut solo album (recorded in Hi-Res) is released! Have a listen: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/arashahmadi17 This album consists of original, French, Latin and Spanish music – featuring Romantic, Modern/20th Century and Contemporary compositions. The order of the pieces is in such a way to take you through a journey of a different kind. In a way, […]

Tárrega, Paco de Lucia & History of the Guitar

Francisco Tárrega (1852-1909) was the influential Spanish composer and guitarist of the romantic era. Back in those days, not everybody believed in the potentials of the guitar and it was more common to compose for instruments like piano and violin. Francisco Tárrega has greatly influenced the development of the “classical” guitar by the etudes, studies […]

I. Guitar Concerto No. 1 (re-orchestrated)

Hello Folks, I hope you enjoy listening to the first movement of my Guitar Concerto no. 1

Incidental Music 2, “Street Explosion Scene”

Here is another incidental composition which is based on a prose again. I hope you enjoy listening to it.           .

Incidental Music 1, “Cold Dark Foggy Forest”

Lately, I have been working on some incidental music projects.  Here is one of my  compositions called “Cold dark foggy forest” which is based on a prose. I hope you will enjoy listening to it.               .          

Music Suggestion No. 3

The third music suggestion is a 15th century (Renaissance) work, called “L’homme armé Mass” (The armed man Mass) written in 1460s by Guillaume Du Fay. “The Story of Music (part 4)” post talks about this era and the composer more. “L’homme armé” was used so widely by the composers of the Renaissance era, and that’s […]