Erik-Peter Mortensen / Bach to the Future / Fugue in bm-Gilligan's Island-Guitar Quartet Mix

Classical playful melody

Welcome back to XIXth century! I think this could have been written for harpsichords some centuries ago. The melodies are nice and everything sounds in a perfect harmony. There are many variations in the melodies make the piece lasting just the good and necessary time. The tune is playfull even though the piece is dominated by minor chords. And the final change to major is just perfect to conclude on this spirit. Nice work!

Gilligans Island Guitar Fugue Review

Love the rounds and the movement of the chords using the correct pivot points to have the minor interpetation of the motifs throughout the baroque style fugue . I am assuming this was done on a keyboard or a guitar synth which constricts the dynamic range and loses some of performance nuances.That being said it is a well done piece of music that has a sense of humor that's very appealing in a genre that is usually lacking in that. except for iconoclasts such as P.D.Q. Bach or Victor Borge . This is a real class act. Erik your a talented composer and I enjoyed it a lot - thanks for the opportunity to review it -Robert Meloccaro

Erik-Peter Mortensen My Review!

Hello another great theme and well done I use to watch this show all the time and I have not heard a new version done and you brought it back and it sounds good as always keep up the great work I hope I have said something that will be of some use to you from J.Milligan President/CEO,New Experience Records/Rick Ross Music Group/UMG.

Bach in the Gilligan Island

Whats a song! Thats a fugue.. Absolutely stuning se llama developed With classical forms and phrases. I must say you are a master and create beautiful music. I hope someday muy guitars can be part of your work

Beautiful and amazing performance!

Wonderful composition in a baroque style like the fugues of J. S. Bach. Very clean the style and outstanding interpretation, with mastery and perfection. I enjoyed very much the sound and the severity of the composition and in addition the development of the fugue and the tension in the middle. Great resolution at end. Amazing! Congratulations!
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