Czeslaw Zalech | Great Owl, Part 1

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Great Owl, Part 1

by Czeslaw Zalech

Progressive-Symphonic-Alternative-Instrumental Rock and Classical music. Based on Classical and Jazz principles.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 1915 Ormians' Prayer. A Tear
5:02 $0.99
2. Great Owl
8:02 $0.99
3. Janusz
5:05 $0.99
4. Occurance at Cheyenne
3:31 $0.99
5. Requerdos de al Alhambra
5:12 $0.99
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Album Notes
Short Note to my fans who bought or listened to my CD:
Hello my friends in Spain, France, Canada, USA, Japan, Brasil, Mexico, and U.K.. I was listing to your suggestions, and guess what? I am going back to studio to make some corrections here and there, and I will add the remaining tracks to make it whole, one full size CD for you! It will take a while, for everything cost money. We already have had a graphic designed by Wojtek Wozniak, from Poland. He did extraordinary Art Work! I appreciate your patience, and I love you all! For the love of music, I will see you here soon...

Czeslaw started musical life at age of 8 playing flute and harp. At age of 11 he found a guitar to be the instrument of his choice. He went to musical school to study the instrument and master composers Francisco Tarrega, Jose Vinas, Ferdinado Sor, and Alonso Mudara. His all time favor guitarists are always Maestro Francisco Tarrega, and Narciso Yepes. Modern music influence definitively include The Weather Report, Mahavishnu Orchestra, King Crimson, Santana Band, Yes, and Led Zeppelin. He is proud of his own compositions: 1915 Ormian's Prayer, (A Tear) dedicated to a victims of religious cleansing on the Christian Ormian People. Today's Armenia. About 2 million people were murdered by "Young Turks" Muslims in 1915 because of their religion. His tune is a tribute "A Tear" for those forgotten people. Please visit his own Polish Region in his tune called "Great Owl" (Last Flight over the Owl's Mountains). Great Owl (Wielka Sowa), which is the highest peak in wonderful Owl Mountains, in S.W. Poland. Please, visit Bielawa at the foothills of Gory Sowie. If you prefer more Prog-Jazz music you will enjoy his American part of his life in his Last Mohawk's Stand, Occurrence at Cheyenne, Place of the Skull, Hopi Land and Little Big Horn. Enjoy the music, its enriches your culture and your life!



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a must to hear!
I got goos bumps when I heard 1915 Ormians Prayer. I never believed that such a tragedy could be described via music. Requerdo de al Alhambra, what a wonderfull piece, and well executed! I heard Requerdos plaied by Andres Segovia in Spain, soe I had the best reference point on this tune. I love them both.