Royalty Free Music track: Gershwin Embraceable You
(Please note that Gershwin's compositions are public domain in the EU, but not in the USA. To use this music from within the USA, you need additional licensing from the rights holders. For more information search Wikipedia or Harry Fox Agency).
Dmitriy Lukyanov has a degree from Russian Academy of Music name after Gnesinikh (Moscow) and also he won the grand for education in Berklee College of Music. He has many years of experience which has resulted in a large catalogue of tracks. Dmitriy has his own ensemble for classical music, chamber quartet music, spirit themes for choir, music for the piano, jazz quintet and big band. He has experience with composing commercial tracks for broadcasting, TV projects, and advertisements. Dmitriy plays several instruments including piano, flute, guitar, bass and violin. He has collaborated with many musicians and appreciated them for it for the new experience in creature of something new and amazing. Dmitriy offers different genres of my music and he is excited to share it with you. He also likes to play his music on a stage and often has contracts in various countries around the world as Europe Middle East and USA.
September 26, 1898 – July 11, 1937
George Gershwin holds an interesting place in classical music history. He bridged the genres of popular music and concert music. Because of this, Gershwin’s status as an important classical composer is continually debated, even if the appeal of his writing is not.
Gershwin began his musical explorations at the seat of his brother Ira’s piano. His parents believed Ira, who was to be the lyricist in the future songwriting duo, would gravitate toward the piano, however it was George that taught himself to play, only by ear. He progressed through a number of teachers before meeting his mentor, Charles Hambitzer, who had a lifelong impact on his writing.
It was in 1918 that Gershwin’s talents were recognized with his hit song Swanee. Thereafter Ira and George worked together to produce musicals, folk operas, and popular songs. Gershwin continued to write, eventually landing a job at RKO film studio in Hollywood.
He died of a brain tumor in 1937.
Rhapsody in Blue
Piano Concerto in F
An American In Paris
Porgy And Bess