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I finally did it. After 12 years, I finally got my act together. I released some of the original music that has been collecting dust in the corner of the closet. Yep, it took 12 years to release 12 minutes of music presented in 5 songs. Why did it take that long? Let me share with you a few thoughts.
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.”
Matteo Carcassi’s Opus 59, Fifty Progressive Pieces, is from his guitar method originally printed and became famous in 1836.
How do you write instrumental music and repeat a phrase while keeping the music interesting? This is what we will explore in this article.
An article that suggests an approach to working past the challenging parts in any piece of music on the classical guitar.
One of the challenges to playing classical guitar in a live situation is volume. Usually, some sort of “electronic control” is used.
Where do we play music? For what purpose do we play music? What’s the reason for music? In this article I share the reason I play the guitar.