Darkrider Eternal Copyright 2009 Winged Warrior Publishing (ASCAP). All Rights Reserved! Song Length = 3:19 Audio = Stereo MP3 Sample Rate = 44,100 Samples/Second Bit Rate = 192 Bits/Second
Darkrider Eternal is the seventh and final "Single" from Rezolution - The Soundtrack (Bailey Records / August 11, 2009) and features voice-over work by Bryan Michael Block.
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Sheet music for solo piano. My original compositions and traditional tunes to go with the songs in the book The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien. Easy/intermediate level. 19 pages.
Lyrics are not included. These are under copyright by Middle-Earth Enterprises.
Note: This sheet music is not related to any music in past or present movies of The Hobbit.
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A Tome of Lyrics, Poems and Anecdotes from the Hard Rockin’ Days of Heavy Metal
A memoir based on lyrics, poems and anecdotes from the glory days of heavy metal, when long hair, headbangers and metalheads ruled the earth!
Now revised and updated with NEW songs, NEW poems and rockin' NEW anecdotes! ... [click here for more]
First, it's a brand-new blast from Flare's past as Genevieve Halton, Ashley Lanni, and Rob Jones take our glittering heroine home to "Past Haunts" in Brazil, for a previously untold tale from her earliest days as an international fashion supermodel. Then, get ready for a special treat as Flare brings you an adventure of Dolf as written, drawn, lettered, and colored by herself! Also... [click here for more]
In these three librettos, Philippe Quinault turns from classical opera to medieval legends--Renaud and Armida, Amadis and Oriana, and Angelica and Roland--exploring the tensions between love and glory. As usual, the dramatist relates his stories deftly with classic simplicity. In these adaptions of traditional medieval stories of romance, enchantment, monsters, and magic, either the heroine (Armida... [click here for more]
From Fret Rattle to Underwater Skylabs collects seventeen of W. C. Bamberger's essays on music and musicians. The emphasis here is on the underappreciated and overlooked. Subjects range from acoustic blues musicians in the 1920s to contemporary ensembles that include improvising, electro-acoustic robots. Readers will also encounter a blind protest singer, a Turkish violinist, a Marxist radio host who... [click here for more]