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L'Indien des Mers (By Sylvain Guinet, Piano arragment, performed by Glen Hoban)
My 'extempore' piano arragment of French composer Sylvain Guinet's romantic pan flute solo 'The Indian Seas'. Though he remarked that he had never thought of doing a piano arrangment of this piece, I think it works quite well. :-)
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Fur Elise (Beethoven)
Beethoven's romantic 'album leaf' that he wrote as a remembrance to a young woman that he knew. This is the same video (but HD now) that I uploaded earlier, and which was (incorrectly) claimed by a third party. I have heard back from them now and so I am going to try uploading this again to see if their advice for preventing/resolving the claim will work. (I gots my doubtses, but only one way to find out.) This performance is a 'straight' performance of the piece & might be more to the taste of people who prefer their classical music to be played as written.
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Fur Elise (With Ornamentations)
A different approach to Beethoven's well known piece of music 'Fur Elise'.

My other posting of this piece (in which I am the performer, as I am in this video) has been claimed by 'RumbleFish' as theirs. While I am hopeful I can get this straightened out eventually, the problem of having my tracks being claimed by others is likely to recur, sadly. (In the meantime, until "Rumblefish" sees fit to respond to my increasingly acrimonious e-mails, I have made the video private. My apologies to anyone that this may inconvenience.) While my posting of 'Fur Elise' does contain some errors, they're pretty small, so in this video I try another approach: I add a lot of ornamentation (mostly appoggiaturas) and rhythmic retouchings to this piece, in addition to a little improvisation. I hope that this will prevent the content ID software that YouTube uses from misidentifying my peformance as somene else's, as well as making it easier to prove it is me should the content ID software flag this piece anyway. If not, well, enjoy the pretty appoggiaturas! ;-)
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London Bridge Variations with Theme (Panflute)
Something a little livelier than my last few uploads. A number of very free variations on the children's song on the panflute; at the very end I play the theme, just to show that I can. ;-)
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At Your Feet (Edvard Grieg; Lyric Pieces, Op. 68 #3)
Edvard Grieg's romantic melody, accompanied by pictures of flowers and such things. My performance is a little slower than some of the others, and this is intentional: I don't think romantic music should be rushed.

I apologize for the errors which occur; I am able to produce error- free tracks, but then, sadly, I have more difficulty in proving that I am the performer, and these days all sorts of folks (Warner-Chappel, EMI, Sony ATV, etc. etc. etc.) have been content ID'ing my stuff!
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L'Indien des Mers (By Sylvain Guinet, performed by Glen Hoban)
This is my performance of French composer Sylvain Guinet's passionate and evocate flute solo "L'Indien des Mers" on the panpipe. I hope you will enjoy it. :-)

You may download and listen to his music on his page at "FreeScores"


(You can also find many other composers there. My own page is at:

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Relaxation Panflute Music Compendium
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A collection of some of the more relaxing panpipe tracks I've uploaded to YouTube, as well as some which are in more exotic keys. This video contains many of the songs found in my "Relaxation Panpipe Music Compendium" (which I have taken down), but with a few tracks ommitted and a few more tracks added. The tracks are:

Dark Eyes
Oh Rowan Tree
Ev'ry Time I Feel the Spirit
Hymn to the Sun
Oh Danny Boy
Oh Shenandoah
Alleluia Angelus Dominus
Braw Braw Lads (Gala Waters)
Largo (Handel)
Hush-A-Bye Darling
Sephardic Chant
Sweet Bye An' Bye
Swing Low, Sweet Chariout
The Mirk Is Gathering In the Glen
The Last Rose of Summer
Siratsi Tars Yaran (Armenian folk song)
What Ails This Heart of Mine?
Come Josephine in My Flying Machine
How Great Thou Art
The Smiling Spring
Oh Lord, I Sing Thy Praises
Roll, Jordan Roll
Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray
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Pagan Panflute Compilation
This collection isn't as big as I'd like it to be. I am using "Pagan" in a fairly broad sense; this collection contains pieces written by modern (neo)-Pagans ("Old Ways" was written by former Winnepagan Terrakian Wintermoon), as well as Native songs, an ancient Greek Hymn to the sun, and a Scottish song (Oh Rowan Tree), which is not Pagan, strictly speaking, but veneration for tree's is a very pagan thing.

The pieces in this collection are:

Now I Walk In Beauty
Come Children Come to the Radiant Sun (with improv)
Hoof and Horn (with Improv)
Old Ways
Return Again (to the Land of Your Soul)
Improv with Pagan Songs
Lord of the Dance
Rain Improvisation
"Twas Upon A Lammas Night
Spiralling We Twine Our Circle
Hym to the Sun
Oh Rowan Tree
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Oldies Collection (Duke Ellington & others)
I have a fondness for pre-50's music, especially the 20's & 30's. This collection is mostly Duke Ellington pieces played by myself on the piano, but with a few others thrown in. The pieces in this collection are:

In a Sentimental Mood
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
I'm Just a Lucky So-and-So
Mood Indigo
Prelude to a Kiss
Sophisticated Lady
Chattanooga Choo-Choo
Body and Soul
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Intermezzo in E-Flat (Brahms; Op. 117 #1)
A very tender composition, it has a lullabye-like quality to it. The middle section is very heavy and langourous, like a still summer night.
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Far Over The Misty Mountains Cold (Howard Shore's  version, sung by myself)
For anyone who may be curious, I have uploaded the whole poem (voice & piano) to my other channel at:


A multi-track a-capella version of Howard Shore's melody sung by myself. I think I am singing it a little lower than the original; my apologies for that, as well as for the somewhat muddy sound. I will hopefully get better at this multi-track thing with practice!
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Over The Misty Mountains Cold (Howard Shore Version on Piano)
For anyone who might be interested in the "Other" version of this song. ;-)

A quick 'rendering' (I learned the music this evening) of the musical theme heard in "The Hobbit" trailer on the piano, with one variation after the main theme. I attempt to convey some of the mood found in the movie (I keep wanting to say 'film'!) version.

An a-capella multi-track attempt can be found here:

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Over The Misty Mountains Cold (Original Song for Tolkien's poem from
For anyone interested, you can hear me play the "Howard Shore" version of this song on the grand piano (no singing) at:



This is a rough track - 3 voice (all mine) with MIDI piano & cajon drum - of the original song I wrote last year for J.R.R. Tolkien's poem in "The Hobbit". I sing it lower (d minor instead of e minor) and have made a number of elaborations to the melody in various stanzas. I am working on doing a twelve voice track for this, but that will be a while yet. In the meantime, any constructive comments or suggestions would be welcome ("You suck!" and "The one in the Hobbit Trailer is WAYYYYY better!" don't count.) This is my very first attempt at doing musical multi-tracking & I have lots to learn.

The Sheet music for this (for anyone interested) is available, along with the MIDI & MP3 at:



Far over the Misty Mountains cold,
To dungeons deep and caverns old,
We must away, ere break of day,
To seek our pale enchanted gold.

The dwarves of yore made mighty spells,
While hammers fell like ringing bells,
In places deep, where dark things sleep,
In hollow halls beneath the fells.

For ancient king and elvish lord
There many a gleaming golden hoard
They shaped and wrought, and light they caught,
To hide in gems on hilt of sword.

On silver necklaces they strung
The flowering stars, on crowns they hung
The dragon-fire, in twisted wire
They meshed the light of moon and sun.

Far over the Misty Mountains cold,
To dungeons deep and caverns old,
We must away, ere break of day,
To claim our long-forgotten gold.

Goblets they carved there for themselves,
And harps of gold, where no man delves
There lay they long, and many a song
Was sung unheard by men or elves.

The pines were roaring on the heights,
The wind was moaning in the night,
The fire was red, it flaming spread,
The trees like torches blazed with light.

The bells were ringing in the dale,
And men looked up with faces pale.
The dragon's ire, more fierce than fire,
Laid low their towers and houses frail.

The mountain smoked beneath the moon.
The dwarves, they heard the tramp of doom.
They fled the hall to dying fall
Beneath his feet, beneath the moon.

Far over the Misty Mountains grim,
To dungeons deep and caverns dim,
We must away, ere break of day,
To win our harps and gold from him!

J.R.R. Tolkien
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Handel: Sarabande in D Minor, With Variations
A stately dance, somewhat melencholy in mood, with two variations. The fourth movement Sarabande of George Frideric Handel's Keyboard suite in D minor (HWV 437) for solo harpsichord. It's been used in a number of films apparently, including Stanley Kubrick's "Barry Lyndon" (an orchestrated version) and Brian De Palma's "Redacted".
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The Miracle On Portage Avenue: A Christmas Poem
This is a reading of a satirical poem I wrote back in the 80's, inspired by a silly remark of a friend of mine. I hope that you will enjoy it this Holiday Season. :-D

The Miracle On Portage Avenue (A Christmas Poem)

I remember, it was a bitter December day,
And I was downtown, visiting the salespeople
Who worked the front of the Family Hamburger House.
The sky was clear, but the traffic was noisy,
And my heart felt like a lump of coal: I was sick,
Sick unto death, of Christmas,
And the relentless, remorseless Christmas music
That tinkled and blared
As I scuffed my way through the pasty brown snow
That had clotted on the sidewalk, when
Sudden in my breats I felt a thrilling,
As though a million notes of music had played themselves upon my heart,
And in a cloud I saw coming a celestial choir,
Thousands of little gray sparrows arrayed in black tuxedo and top-hat,
Carrying tiny music stands.
In a gale of flappings and chirpings,
The natty birds descended on the Trees and the buildings,
The telephone lines and the street lamps,
And there was a silence in the city.
Then in slow crescendo, the Beatific Birds raised
Their plaintive voices into mighty music:
The 'Ode to Joy' from Beethoven's ninth.
Music! that filled the streets and skies
And the little baskets overflowing, overflowing!
Never had my soul felt such a pleasure,
And I found myself singing with them,
As the people around me were. "Christmas!
Miracle of Faith and Life!" I cried, and the birds departed,
Leaving me on the street corner with a confused drug dealer.
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Christmas Carols on the Panflute
I tend to prefer the older Christmas carols; here are a few played on the panpipes.

Away in A Manger
Deck The Halls
The First Noel
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen I
Good King Wenceslas I
Hark, The Herald Angels Sing
Joy To the World
Oh Come All Ye Faithful
We Three Kings
Silver Bells
Cantique Noel
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen II
Good King Wenceslas II
Silent Night
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Video #666: The Video of the Beast! (With Important Subliminal Messages)
This is my 666th YouTube video, and I thought I should do something a little special for the occasion. :-D

It's not really so much music as an audio experiment - if you like some of the more spacey abstract modern electronic compositions you might like this.

(*The subliminal message is given at around the 20 minute mark in an annotation. :-) )
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Relaxing Piano Music: Chopin (Nocturnes, Preludes & Waltzes)
Chopin has been my favourite composer ever since I can remember (about the age of 9, I think) . Here are the pieces in this collection (I've added in starting times):

Etude #13 ("Harp Etude")
Etude #26 (2:51)
Nocturne #12 (5:44)
Nocturne #18 (11:34)
Nocturne #16 (18:17)
Nocturne #2 (23:44)
Prelude #1 (29:10)
Prelude #17 (29:58)
Prelude #23 (33:42)
Prelude #4 (34:51)
Waltz #1 (37:16)
Waltz #3 (43:28)
Waltz #9 (50:40)
Waltz #14 (55:23)
Waltz #7 (58:19)
Nocturne #10 (1:02:00)
Nocturne #19 (1:07:43)
Nocturne #14 (1:12:25)
Prelude #21 (1:21:06)
Prelude #15 ("Raindrop Prelude") (1:23:17)
Waltz #10 (1:28:29)
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Oh Come All Ye Faithful (Panflute)
A very old christmas carol, originally in latin.
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We Three Kings of Orient (Panflute)
My performance of this old Christmas carol on the panpipes. I tend to prefer the older christmas carols, with a few exceptions.

My apologies for the 'vocalizations' that you might occasionally hear; it comes partly from pumping a lot of air and also from the fact that I produce vibrato by silently (or sometimes not so silently) vibrating my vocal cords.
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Twisted Christmas Carols & Other Musical Offerings
A recording of a concert I gave a number of years back at the University Of Wininpeg, where the first half of the program is me playing (somewhat twisted, to varying degrees) improvisations on various Christmas Carols. The second part of the program consists of compositions by myself of a generally non-Christmassy nature. I'm playing on a 7 foot Bosendorfer.

The concert programme is as follows:

Improvisations on 'God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen'
Improvisations on 'Joy to the World' and 'Silver Bells'.
Improvisations on 'We Three Kings'
Improvisations on 'Oh Christmas Tree', Rudolph The Rednosed Reindeer' and Oh Little Town of Bethlehem. (this is my favourite of the set)
Improvisations on 'Angels From The Realms of Glory', 'Frosty The Snowman' and 'Jingle Bells' ('Frosty' is the most 'twisted' of the improvisations, at least to start, and 'Jingle Bells' ends up in outer space somehow.)

My Compositions are:

Prelude ("A Japanese Cowboy in Paris') and Gymnopodie #3
Gymnopodies #5 & 6
Gymnopodie #7
Fugue in E Minor

The music is accompanied by semi-random pictures of winter scenes for the first bit, pictures of flowers, skies and scenery for the second bit. I apologize that I haven't taken the time to make the photographs more 'relevant' to the music they accompany, but I hope they are more interesting than a blank screen. :-)
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Lively Panflute Music (Compilation)
Though the panflute rightly has a reputation for being able to play soothingly, it also can be used to play more lively music. This is a compilation of some of my more lively panflute videos, including a number of folk dances and military marches to hopefully get the blood going. The pieces are:

Blue Bells of Scotland
Eine Klein Nacht Improvisation
El Condor Pasa
Irish Washerwoman
La Cucaracha
My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean
The Smiling Spring
Oh The Britches Full of Stitches
Celtic Improvisation
Come O'er The Stream Charlie Improvisation
Farewell to Nova Scotia
Heart of Oak
Jig Improvisation
John Grumlie
Last May a Braw Wooer
Oh The Lily of the Vale is Sweet
Oh Whistle and I'll Come to You My Lad
Paddy Whack
Rantin' Rovin' Robin
Spiralling We Twine Our Circle Improvisation
March of the Cameron Men
T'Was Upon A Lammas Night
Who'll Be King But Charlie?
Waltzing Matilda
Wi' A Hundred Pipers
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