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Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: E3 2018 Conference Presentation | Ubisoft [NA]
Performed by Critical Hit
Live from the E3 2018 Ubisoft stage- the conference presentation of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
Poem - Charles Griffes
Performed by Shannon Canchola and the Cal State Northridge Symphony as the Cal State Northridge Concerto Competition winner
Conductor: Dr. John Roscigno
December 8th 2016
Tetris - Critical Hit
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Video filmed and edited by FifGen Films
Music arranged by Adam Gubman
Critical Hit Musicians in this Video:
Nita Strauss - Guitar
Salome Scheidegger - Piano
Tina Guo - Cello
Taylor Davis - Violin
Shannon Canchola - Flute
Jason Hayes - Percussion
Paul Kristan - Drums
Gilberto Gonzales - Bass
Flying Suite - Fantasy Film Music
Music by Angel Vazquez
Performed by CMG Music Recording
Primavera Portena (Spring) -
The Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas -
Shannon Canchola - flute
Ryan Glass - clarinet
Jason Stoll - piano
Arranged by Ryan Glass
St. Matthews United Methodist Church
The Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas, also known as the Estaciones Porteñas or The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires, are a set of four tango compositions written by Ástor Piazzolla, which were originally conceived and treated as different compositions rather than one suite, although Piazzolla performed them together from time to time. The pieces were scored for his quintet of violin (viola), piano, electric guitar, double bass and bandoneón. By giving the adjective porteño, referring to those born in Buenos Aires, the Argentine capital city, Piazzolla gives an impression of the four seasons in Buenos Aires.
Chapter One, Page One - Ian Dicke
Performed by Shannon Canchola
April 8th 2017
Ian Dicke Offical Site:
"Chapter One, Page One is a celebration of Henry Miller’s unique and often controversial literary works. Expatriating himself from the American mainstream culture of mediocrity and resignation, Miller’s anti-capitalist, anti-nationalist, and anti-puritan views border somewhere between nihilism and eastern philosophy. The text used in the piece (spoken and sung by the flautist) comes from a short excerpt of Miller’s landmark Tropic of Cancer:
It is now the fall of my second year in Paris.
I was sent here for a reason I have not yet been able to fathom.
I have no money, no resources, no hope.
I am the happiest man alive."