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Listen to the new EP!

A classical crossover EP that includes five original tracks:
Two solo guitar tracks
Three tracks with strings and other instruments
Inspired by Scripture.

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    If you are a musician then you know the importance of keeping a maintaining your repertoire. Undoubtedly, being able to pull a piece out of memory at a moment’s notice is a great skill to have. Moreover, you can amuse and impress your friends and family with short recitals. Then they will ask you to play Wonderwall or whatever the worldwide music machine says is cool this week. But I digress.

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    I was interviewed for a “Meet the Composer” session for the December CCG Winter Festival. The following video is the interview. After that, the text transcript is below that. And below that is Daniel playing one of my compositions, “Last Flight Out.”

  • A Look at Carulli’s Opus 241 No. 1

    A Look at Carulli’s Opus 241 No. 1

    Carulli’s Op. 241 No. 1 is a simple waltz written in C major. The original scan says that it is written in 6/8, however it looks more like 3/8. The piece is in Ternary form. Basically, it has three sections. An “A” section that contains two sections (an “a” and “b”). Each section repeats.

Praise Him with tambourine and dancing; Praise Him with stringed instruments and pipe.”

Psalm 150:4 LSB
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