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Joshua Iyer

My First CD! :)

December 23, 2012 at 4:46 PM

This morning from 8:20am to 10:30am, I busily worked on completing my Violin Christmas CD as a Christmas present to my parents, and I spend all morning working on the final two tracks of the disc. Using GarageBand and iTunes, I created the disc. Eventually, I think I'll upload a YouTube video of the tracks (if I do it today, like this afternoon or evening, I'll put a link at the bottom of this entry; if not I'll do a separate entry), but for now, here is a list of the tracks and in parenthesis I included the instruments used. There aren't many, and that's because I didn't have a lot of time to work on the CD. Next year, I'll work harder on finishing. Although I am excited when it comes time to do the music for this summer's movie... I'll be able to made a soundtrack disc for it too... :)

Track 1: Jingle Bells (Bells and violins)
Track 2: Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy (Guitars, pizz. violin)
Track 3: Deck the Halls (Piano, violins)
Track 4: Silent Night (Violins)
Track 5: O Holy Night (Violins)
*Track 6: Batman- The Dark Knight Rises (Violins, guitar, and orchestra) (For my dad who loves Batman!)

From Valeria M. Sandoval
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