Category: symphonic

Amidst The City’s Desolation The Anima Appears

Sunday Morning Music: Down by the Sally Gardens

 

Starting to get caught up on the backlog

With the post, Working Musician During a Pandemic, I said that I would be posting tracks from my music director job as they occur (typically, that’s 3 a week) plus one a day on the other days until I’m caught up on all the… Continue Reading “Starting to get caught up on the backlog”

Dream of the City by the Sea and the Dark Castle Beyond Its Walls

Dawn (Awakening)

Dancing in the Shadows from Meditations & Reflections

Sunday Morning Music: Elephants Piss in Fear

The title of this movement from Time Grown Old – Images of the Mahabharata, that I composed back 1995, is a literal translation of an actual phrase from the Mahabharata. The entire four movements form a concerto for pipe organ, percussion, and electronic sound.… Continue Reading “Sunday Morning Music: Elephants Piss in Fear”

Busts made of cork spinning slowly through the air

Wendeyaho

(original hymns, anthems, solo keyboard pieces, hymn-tune settings). Because of the corona virus lockdown, I’ve been doing all those same things, but for online posts by Lakewood. If those interest you, you can hear those posts at https://lakewooducc.org/category/posts/music/. I’ve decided to post some of… Continue Reading “Wendeyaho”

Score and reorchestration of The Geography of Dreams

I completely re-orchestrated The Geography of Dreams. I like it much better. It’s limited to strings & harp plus 3 solo woodwinds (flute, oboe, english horn) and 2 solo brass (horn & trumpet). I got a much better mix and mastering this time, too,… Continue Reading “Score and reorchestration of The Geography of Dreams”

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