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Monday Motivation: James Lentini

“Music is a product of the behavior of human groups, whether formal or informal: it is humanly organized sound.”
-John Blacking, in How Musical Is Man?

Composer/guitarist James Lentini writes music for orchestra, wind symphony, various chamber ensembles, and guitar. This piece is one of a set he wrote for the pedagogue Charles Postlewate’s anthology of pieces for all five right hand fingers. A Song for Spring is an attractive, little piece. If you like what you hear, James has an album of guitar music for sale

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6 Responses leave one →
  1. 2010 September 6
    Scot Johnston permalink

    “A Song for Spring” — what a beautiful composition for the guitar! The suite by Lentini that you mention, “The Four Seasons”, really IS worth checking out!

  2. 2010 September 6

    Awesome. I need to get this music!

  3. 2010 September 7
    Dan Mervak permalink

    Great tune! James was a teacher of mine at Wayne State.

  4. 2010 September 8
    James Stroud permalink

    Beautiful! Where can I get the music?

  5. 2010 September 10
    Scot Johnston permalink

    Hi,

    I bought Lentini’s recording of “A Song for Spring” and the album “The Four Seasons” here

    http://www.reverbnation.com/store/index/artist_784769

    The printed music is available at Mel Bay here:

    http://www.melbay.com/product.asp?ProductID=21290&category=&Heading=&catID=&head1=&head2=&sub=&sub1=&author=&mode=&q=&r=&s=&next=

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