Greg Lake’s I Believe In Father Christmas was originally recorded and released in 1975 and was later released on the Emerson, Lake & Palmer album Works, Vol II. The music is by Lake, with lyrics by Peter Sinfield. The arrangement also quotes the Troika portion of Sergei Prokofiev’s Lieutenant Kijé Suite, at the suggestion of… Read More Emerson, Lake & Palmer – I Believe In Father Christmas
Thereminist Carolina Eyck shared her arrangement, for theremin & voice, of the Mel Tormé holiday standard, The Christmas Song.… Read More ‘The Christmas Song’, Arranged For Theremin & Voice
Thereminist Carolina Eyck shared her performance of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, arranged for theremin & voice.… Read More White Christmas On Theremin
The arrangement, described as a modular synth ‘Christmas Drone’, features sounds of the Roland Juno 60.… Read More Silent Night (Modular Synth Christmas Drone)
Arranged for the Chamberlin analog sample playback keyboard, Moog Minimoog and piano.… Read More Auld Lang Syne, For Chamberlain, Piano & Minimoog
Here’s a modern take on a traditional holiday song:… Read More Traditional Swedish Christmas Music, Arranged For Guitar-Controlled Synth + Wind Controller
Did ‘Synther Claus’ pay you a visit this year? … Read More Open Mic: Did ‘Synther Claus’ Pay You A Visit?
Synthesist Sean Christopher shared his take on a pair of traditional Christmas songs, Carol of the Bells & The Little Drummer Boy, performed on the Sequential Prophet X synthesizer… Read More Christmas With The Prophet