Don Rath Jr

Don Rath Jr

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Classical - Contemporary | Rockford, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 9,018   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Welcome to StringTunes and the music of Don Rath Jr Composer and Guitarist.

Don weaves together multiple flowing melodies creating a soothing and relaxing sound. His instrumental music is considered to be new classical, virtual orchestral and contemporary chamber music.

"How nice to hear music that is well thought out and not the same piece rewritten in different ways. The melodies are light and memorable and range from string quartets to fully realized orchestral works. Bravo!" Randy Akins - Ft. Wayne, IN

Don's all original music moves you, enriching and enhancing your listening experience.

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My name is Brent Hoffmann and I am the Executive Director of the 2010 Industry Meltdown Midwest Music Summit.
I would like to personally invite you to attend this year's IMMMS.
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Patty Boss posted over 30 days ago

Hi - nice arrangements of the Christmas songs - i do see lots of listings for that for licensing. I just found some of the high end a big loud - bells, for example on the intro - or the glockenspiel sound (not sure what that is) - I think just some phrasing space between phrases would be good - breathing space, so to speak. (instead of legato all the way thru from phrase to phrase). - since you asked for some opinion / feedback. Nice to hear the strings, though. keep it up.

Eric Roberts posted over 30 days ago

Thanks for the review of my track "Snow". By the way, it was a totally spontaneously improvised piece. I had never played with the other guitar player until the engineer pressed the record button! It was magic from the first note.

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