From the company Whynoceros, creator of the critically-acclaimed Barnyard Bluegrass and Flight of the Pamplemousse apps, comes their newest offering that will please Chopin and classical music enthusiasts worldwide, the Chopin Alarm Clock app.
Turn your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch into a personal, portable classical concert. Enjoy listening to clips from more than 40 of Chopin’s piano masterpieces, including Polonaises, Mazurkas, Sonatas, Preludes, Waltzes, Nocturnes, Etudes, and even Noam Sivan’s Fugue on Chopin’s Funeral March.
Far beyond your standard music alarm app, the Chopin Alarm Clock App was created by Chopin fanatics for Chopin fanatics. This is clear from the moment you experience the feature-rich options, the breadth of music selection, and the premium sound quality. Many Chopin enthusiasts celebrate the maestro’s birthday, so, to add to the festivity, each year on March 1st, your app will be updated free of charge with additional Chopin clips!
Each Chopin selection was performed by acclaimed pianist-composer and Chopin specialist, Noam Sivan. These pieces were recorded and mixed specifically for mobile devices at New York’s Inner Harbor Recording Studio. The result is an inspiring combination of musical mastery and technological ingenuity, which captures Chopin’s expressive depth.
Noam Sivan is heralded as an accomplished and versatile pianist who specializes in improvisation, composition, and conducting. Noam performed the Asian premiere of the Viktor Ullmann Piano Concerto with the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, and his performance of Bach’s Goldberg Variations, broadcast on Israeli TV, was described as “the biggest surprise of the festival.” He is on the faculties of Mannes College and the Curtis Institute and has a doctoral fellowship at the Julliard School.
When speaking of Noam Sivan, reknowned conductor and clarinetist, Charles Neidich, highlights his “…unique and compelling performances.”
In addition to a wide selection of top-quality classical pieces, Chopin Alarm Clock offers customization to suit your personal musical inclinations. Have a favorite Chopin piece? You can wake to it every day. Or select the random mode and surprise yourself with a new piece each day. Simply tap the name of each piece to hear a sample before choosing. You can also create multiple alarms to use throughout the day and even name them for easy editing later on. And with a snooze feature that’s customizable for 5, 10, 20 minutes, or not at all, you have the privilege to re-awake to Chopin’s memorable works as often as you like. Purchase and download the app just once and use on all your devices: iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
The inventor of the app, Gabriel Nadel, Founder, Whynoceros, states, “In our busy lives, we don’t often have the opportunity to listen to and appreciate works from the great composers. With the Chopin Alarm Clock App, every day can be filled with the inspiring sounds of Chopin — morning, noon and night.”
With the Chopin Alarm Clock, you seamlessly flow from a deep and tranquil sleep to a peaceful nudge of consciousness. Research shows that our early morning mindset can influence our perspective throughout the day. While our minds are most open, why not fill them with the beauty of Chopin’s music.
You can preview and purchase the Chopin Alarm Clock App in the iTunes App Store here: http://itunes.apple.com/
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Whynoceros was created to inject education, creativity, and entertainment into our everyday lives in a fun and exciting way. Combining superior content with advanced technologies, Whynoceros delivers original and engaging music, education, stories, and games to mobile devices. Our innovative apps continue to attract glowing reviews from magazines and popular blogs. Our recently released Barnyard Bluegrass app was named a “Best Kids App” by Parenting Magazine, and our Flight of the Pamplemousse app has earned a unanimous 5-star rating.
To learn more or to purchase the Chopin Alarm Clock App, visit http://itunes.apple.com/
To learn more about the company who invented the Chopin Alarm Clock App, visit http://www.whynocerosapps.com
To learn more about Noam Sivan, the composer and pianist who performed these Chopin pieces, visit http://www.noamsivan.com