Diamond Music - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Tim Neumark's piano arrangement of Palladio by Karl Jenkins. Diamond Music is track #11 from Tim's debut CD, Biography. This sheet music is delivered electronically in PDF format. Solo Piano Sheet Music. Diamond Music. Report. Post on Download Diamond Music. DESCRIPTION. Tim Neumark's piano arrangement of Palladio by Karl Jenkins.

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Some of the emotion of Storm comes from this poor decision. KP: When did you record your first album? TN: In the summer of , I made an offhand comment to my then-girlfriend Monica that all I'd really like is for someone to download me some recording studio time.

I had forgotten all about that comment.

After marrying, we spent a number of weekends of our first year working on the album in the studio. Biography was released in , but most of the music for it was written between and I had saved a recording of each song with a very poor-quality hand-held dictation-like device, just so I could learn the songs again later for an album.

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I was so worried that I would lose those recordings and lose those ideas forever, so getting things recorded professionally and into the world was a big priority for me.

Almost every one of those tracks has been extremely popular and still get lots of play on radio stations. This is why I usually tell people that "if you like my music, you can thank Monica.

Thanks, Monica!!! When did you become a Whisperings Artist? TN: My first album was accepted and my music has been on Whisperings ever since! I was sure my sound was similar to other artists who were on the broadcast, but I really didn't know if I would be accepted or not. Thankfully I was, and the people I've met from that group have been a great help to me both professionally and personally. In fact, I reached out to Scott D.

Davis way back in -- I found him via Alta Vista or some pre-Google search engine, before Whisperings existed -- to ask some questions about his music and about recording studios. He calls me his "first internet fan. I met him at the second and third Whisperings concerts, which were at my house in Hercules, CA in July - just over ten years ago! Do you perform in concerts very often? TN: No, but I'm always willing to do a show! Small venues, house concerts, churches, these are all great places for this type of music.

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In every email newsletter I send out, I make sure to let people know I'll perform if they want me to come! I'm actually doing a show in Montana right after the show at your house. A fan helped me book a church in Billings after she read about my desire to play from a newsletter. So a note to all you piano fans: if you ask, I'll probably say yes! Click the songbook covers to read Kathy's reviews. KP: I think you must have most of your music in sheet music form now.

Have we missed anything? Biography, Opus Four, and Storm have physical songbooks, and I'm hoping to get Influence completed as a physical book in the coming months. It would take me too much time to transcribe my pieces, so I have John Zechiel do the initial transcription.

I don't sight-read, but I can read music, so I make tweaks to anything he may have overlooked. And then I send it to you for additional proofing, and after all that, I think we have a very professional-looking piece of music! I really can't thank you enough for how much that means to me. I always really enjoy working on your sheet music! I honestly believe that sheet music is what will live on for a very long time to come while the recording methods will continue to change and evolve, with CDs and MP3s eventually becoming obsolete.

We still have very usable sheet music that is several centuries old, so I like helping to make the sheet music be as close to the recordings as possible. Who or what are your biggest musical influences and favorite composers? I really like the emotion of the Romantic era. For piano, I was very much into the early days of the Narada label, so Michael Jones, David Lanz, and Kostia were big influences on my style, with some Yanni and John Tesh in there, too.


I should also mention Ben Folds, who I never heard of until about I didn't know it was possible to play the piano with your forearm until I found out about him!

KP: The piano teacher in me cringes just a little, but whatever works!

What inspired you to start listening to classical music? But there was a week during my freshman year of high school when I was out sick, and radio music made my head hurt. I found a cassette -- you might have to hyperlink that word to a Wikipedia page for the younger audience -- that had classical music on it, and I found it very interesting.

I played it over and over that week, and I was hooked. TN: There have been several. My wife and I still talk about the excitement of opening up the first box of CDs we got for my first album. And then having people I don't know listen to it and enjoy it -- your initial review, being accepted to Whisperings -- wow!

And now that I've released five albums, people hear me on Pandora and tweet to me - it's all very gratifying. I think one of the most emotional times for me, a time when I thought, "Wow, my music matters," is when a fan showed me his playlist of music he listens to every day. Every single track was one of my compositions. This just blew me away. To affect someone's life like that is beyond words. KP: No kidding!

Is there a particular philosophy that you try to convey in your music? TN: I like to say that I write "beautiful, emotional music that tells a story.

Notes without emotion aren't really my thing. Storm is a story that I think people can relate to. I really love this piece! Sheet music??? In keeping with the biographical theme of the album, Neumark included his first composition, a charming piece called "Beginnings.

Neumark arranged the piece for a friend's wedding, and then played it as a prelude to his own wedding. It's a very effective piano solo. The CD closes with a simple, sincere "Prayer.

Tim Neumark is working on a Christmas album for release this year, and I can't wait to hear that one, too. Very highly recommended!

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For piano, I was very much into the early days of the Narada label, so Michael Jones, David Lanz, and Kostia were big influences on my style, with some Yanni and John Tesh in there, too. I'm very grateful for it.

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