Miscellaneous Compositions

interpreted by Mario Stresow

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    St. James Infirmary (American Traditional)

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    Moonlight in Vermont (Karl Suessdorf)

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    Blue Moon (Richard Rogers)

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    The Grim Death (German Traditional)

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    Kaiserquartett - Die deutsche Nationalhymne (J. Haydn)

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    Bourrée ( J. S. Bach)

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    Bourrée (J. Krieger)

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    Morgen Kinder, wird´s was geben

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  1. St. James Infirmary (American Traditional). Recorded November 2020. I came across this piece in a guitar school book. Playing the tune from the score I thought, this is one the melodies that make you think: I know it -  even if you actually never heard it, which was the case with me. Without listening to any existing recording I decided to play my own version. Doing so I created the intro / outro chord changes. Then I came up with that slightly strange theme that follows everytime the main melody is through. To me that sounds as if the composition has been exactly like that. Fits perfectly. I figured out the accompanying chords for this additional somewhat weird theme and used these also as a backing for the solo. Nice thing for me was to create the bass lines. I played them on the guitar instead of the bass, and they are also an important part in terms of the mood of this arrangement. Ahoy, Mario Stresow.
  2. Moonlight in Vermont This is my interpretation of this beautiful composition, made by Karl Suessdorf in 1944.

  3. Blue Moon was composed by Richard Rogers 1933 and this is my interpretation.

  4. The Grim Death (Der grimmig Tod) is a tradional german song from the 16th century. The Arrangement is from Jörg Pusak. The sheet music is found in Vol. 3 of his new guitar school book. This contains also some compositions of mine. Recorded October 2020.
  5. Kaiserquartett (Gott erhalte Franz, den Kaiser). Composed by Joseph Haydn in 1796/97 and later became the German National Anthem with a text by August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben, written in 1841 on Helgoland / Germany. Arrangement: Jörg Pusak. Recorded 2020.
  6. Bourrée (J. B. Bach) This tune contains two voices, which are the melody and the bass line. And they fit so well with each other that they are together give us a perfect piece of music. Written by the  Master Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750). Recorded November 2020. Guitar: Yuichi Imai (Year of manufacture1987).
  7. Bourrée (J. Krieger) composed by Johann Krieger (1651 - 1735). Recorded 2020.
  8. Morgen Kinder, wird´s was geben 1795 / K. G. Hering 1809, Arrangement: Mario Stresow. Recorded 2020.