Recordings for Download

Proximity is a very important thing for Eddy.
And even more so in relation to music.
In these recordings below we have used all kind of electronic artifacts,
to bring the sound as close as possible to the heart of the listener.


The first 3 singles from each album are free to listen.

All tracks you may not sell them or use them as a background music for videos,
or upload them to streaming platforms, such as Spotify, or Youtube.

But yes, the free tracks you can link them to your social networks if you wish.

If you would like to buy a license of some audio track to use it commercially,
as well as for videos or as non private ambient background music,
please contact our office by email eddygro@mail.com.

Album cost for Download, 11€

Adverbs Album

FREE LISTENING:

Moodly,
Piece No. 166

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Desperately,
Piece No. 28

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Slowly,
Piece No. 54,
Adagio Amabile
for Mr. Alexandre de Noronha Dzelme

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About Album ADVERBS

These Easy Listening Music Pieces were written using special compositional techniques, specifically designed to help the listener relax and develop a feeling of peace.

They are based on human breathing and the evocation of whispering, known concepts in which Johann Sebastian Bach was the first in experimenting with them in his Organ Passacaglia in C minor.

Attractively,
Piece No. 62 DEMO

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Aggressively,
Piece No. 5 DEMO

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Calmly,
Piece No 99 DEMO

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Charmingly,
Piece No. 84 DEMO

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Closely,
Piece No. 83 DEMO

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Cozily,
Piece No.108 DEMO

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Dancingly,
Piece No.104 DEMO

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Fondly,
Piece No. 74 DEMO

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Freely,
Piece No. 14 DEMO

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Joyfully,
Piece No. 103,
for Mr. Ray Lobo (Carlos Rivas) DEMO

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Lazyly,
Piece No. 37 DEMO

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Lovingly,
Piece No. 47 DEMO

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Pleasantly,
Piece No. 48 DEMO

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Richly,
Piece No. 33 DEMO

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Softly,
Piece No. 15, for Ms. Alexandra Walzer DEMO

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Album cost for Download, 11€

Handel Album

FREE LISTENING:

G.F.Handel - Water Music, Suite No.1, HWV 348 - No.3 Allegro in F Major

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G.F.Handel - Zarabanda from Opera Almira, HWV 1

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G.F.Handel -
Organ Concerto in G minor, HWV 310 - 2. Basso Ostinato

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TRACKS & ABOUT HANDEL ALBUM


G.F.Handel - Water Music Suite No.1, HWV 348 - 3. Allegro in F Major
The King George The First asked Handel to write the music for a concert on the River Thames. For this activity Handel wrote three Suites. This famous virtuoso Allegro, transcribed for keyboard by Handel's editor John Walsh, is the third movement of the first Suite. Here the piano imitates the English horns.


G.F.Handel - Zarabanda from Opera Almira, HWV 1
The opera 'Almira, Queen of Castile', was Handel's first opera and written when the Composer was 19 years old, when he still lived in Germany. The opera achieved tremendous success capturing the attention of Georg Phillip Telemann, who even represented it 30 years later in his own edition. The Zarabanda is a Spanish baroque dance and appears right at the beginning of the opera, when Almira and her court dance celebrating her coronation and the beginning of her reign.


G.F.Handel - Organ Concerto in G minor, HWV 310 - 2. Basso Ostinato
In this larghetto, a bass line is constantly repeated with improvisations in the melody.
The version was made by Eddy, not exactly like an arrangement or romantic transcription,
but simply as a kind of a reading of the score at the piano.









G.F.Handel -
Air g moll, HWV 466 DEMO

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G.F.Handel - Air g moll, HWV 466
Handel's 'Airs are isolated pieces, without being part of any suite or group of pieces. In general, they are written with contrasting episodes, for key instruments on two keyboards, in which nowadays this situation of contrasts are imitated with the pianos. The taste for pomp that is so common in Handel's work is observed.
The original manuscript had no title and the first editor called it 'Concertino'






G.F.Handel -
Aria 'Lascia Ch'io Pianga'
from Opera Rinaldo HWV 7a DEMO

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G.F.Handel - Aria 'Lascia Ch'io Pianga' from Opera Rinaldo HWV 7a
Handel used this melody in other works before the opera Rinaldo, but this aria is associated with this opera
due to the tremendous success of Rinaldo.
In the opera, Almirena begs her captor Argante for freedom and sings
'Let me cry over my cruel fate and whisper for freedom'.
As the music is very beautiful, contradictorily this piece is performed without lyrics very frequently at weddings!






G.F.Handel - Fantasia in C Major, HWV 490 DEMO

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G.F.Handel - Fantasia in C Major, HWV 490
A piece structured in the form of a Baroque Sonata, which, in a basic explanation,
consists of two contrasting themes that are exposed and repeated.






G.F.Handel - Fantasia in C Major, HWV 490 DEMO

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G.F.Handel - Fantasia in C Major, HWV 490
A piece structured in the form of a Baroque Sonata, which, in a basic explanation,
consists of two contrasting themes that are exposed and repeated.






G.F.Handel -
Menuet in G minor HWV 434 No.4 DEMO

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G.F.Handel - Menuet in G minor HWV 434 No.4
This very intimate piece belongs to a set of contrasting pieces, including a set of variations.






G.F.Handel -
Organ Concerto 'Hallelujah' in
F Major, BWV 292, Op.4 No.4 DEMO

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G.F.Handel - Organ Concerto 'Hallelujah' in F Major, BWV 292, Op.4 No.4
1. Allegro, 2. Andante, 3.Adagio, 4. 'Choral Hallelujah'.
This version of the virtuoso concerto for organ and strings Op.4 No.4 is an arrangement
for solo keyboard by Mr. John Walsh, editor of Handel's music.
The famous Choral Hallelujah, which gives the concert its name, is used as the theme of the last movement.






G.F.Handel -
Organ Concerto
in G Major.
HWV 289, Op.4 No.1 4. Finale DEMO

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G.F.Handel - Organ Concerto in G Major. HWV 289, Op.4 No.1 - 4. Finale
This version was also arranged by Mr. Walsh and here Handel displays his tremendous keyboard virtuosity.






G.F.Handel - Passacaglia from Suite in G minor, HWV 432 DEMO

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G.F.Handel - Passacaglia from Suite in G minor, HWV 432
Here we find also a Basso Ostinato with virtuoso variations in the melody. The character is dancing and comes
originally form Spain, from 'passacalle', that comes from the verb 'pasar', to pass by walking.






G.F.Handel - Prelude and Allegro in G minor,
HWV 574 DEMO

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G.F.Handel - Prelude and Allegro in G minor, HWV 574
Two pieces that contrast each other forming a solid unit.
A Prelude of transcendent character and a dancing Allegro full of ornaments.






G.F.Handel - Prelude in G Major, HWV 442 DEMO

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G.F.Handel - Prelude in G Major, HWV 442
A little played virtuoso Prelude.
It acts as a preamble to an enormous Chaconne of 62 variations,
whose beginning has in itself the character of a Prelude.






G.F.Handel - Sonatina in A minor, HWV 584 DEMO

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G.F.Handel - Sonatina in A minor. HWV 584
In the form of a baroque sonata (in simple and basic explanation, two contrasting themes exposed and repeated),
Handel achieves a piece of dramatic virtuosity with Spanish and Italian character.






G.F.Handel -
The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba, from
Oratorio Solomon, HWV 67 DEMO

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G.F.Handel - The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from Oratorio Solomon, HWV 67
The Solomon Oratorio is based on Biblical Books where the Queen of Sheba visits the powerful Kingdom of Solomon.
Here we can observe, as usual, the taste for pomp so common in Handel's work, as well as the contrasts between longer parts of orchestral dance and small chamber music parts. The keyboard arrangement is by John Walsh, Handel's editor.