Listen to This

On this page, you can hear the original music that has appeared in previous blog posts. (And here you thought you’d missed your chance! 😛 )

If you would like a new piece of music composed especially for you or someone you love, please contact me! I don’t do windows, but I do commissions! 😉

If you enjoy listening to my music, please consider throwing some change in my Tip Jar! I’ll be forever grateful!

Excerpt from Concerto for Theremin and Chamber Orchestra

From original post: Theremin Concerto Sneak Preview!

Newsic!
I didn’t actually post this here before, but I wrote the theme music for my friend Andy’s Alton Weekly Inquirer Action EyeWitness NewsCenter On Your Side (AWIAEWNCOYS for short!)

AWIAEWNCOYS Theme
The All-Electron Philharmonic (with MIDI Theremin!)

Originally posted in the Alton Weekly Inquirer at dailykos.com

Snowbound Sunset
A winter holiday-type piece for solo piano

From original post: Holiday Music, Hot off the Presses!

The 30 Days Project
In August and September 2007, I did an online composition project where I wrote a short piece of music and posted recording of it on my blog every day for 30 days. The result was 50 minutes of music that blog readers from all over the world have listened to!

Below are audio widgets for each piece The original blog posts, with back story, explanations and/or witty commentary, are linked below each widget. Enjoy! 🙂

Day 1: For Brian’s Birthday – piano

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Day 2: A Study in Contrasts – piano

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Day 3: Tango-ish – piano

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Day 4: It Ain’t Necessarily Night – piano

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Day 5: Chain Letter – piano

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Day 6: Mission: Asynchronous – multi-tracked piano, metronome

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Day 7: The Elephant and the Butterfly – piccolo, doublebass

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Day 8: For a Rainy Sunday – piano

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Day 9: A Hocket in My Pocket – flute, clarinet, violin

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Day 10: Out of the Loops – percussion

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Day 11: The Viola in My Life, Again – viola, piano

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Day 12: Seven Years Ago Today – string quartet

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Day 13: Triskaidekaphobia – marimba, vibraphone

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Day 14: Sustain/Decay – piano, “glassy glockenspiel”

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Day 15: Third Impressions – piano

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Day 16: The Peregrine Muse – cello

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Day 17: A Troubled Mind – flute, clarinet, violin, cello, percussion, piano

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Day 18: On Not Being Stingy – 2 pianos, 8 hands

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Day 19: Something Languid – piano

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Day 20: …and then, a Dream – violin

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Day 21: Waiting for the Leaves to Turn – piano

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Day 22: A Blade of Bluegrass – fiddle, guitar, banjo, bass

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Day 23: Kitchen Sink Serenade – percussion

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Day 24: A Word in Edgewise – flute, clarinet, percussion, piano

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Day 25: Powerhouse Fugue – soprano, tenor & baritone saxophones

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Day 26: A Life Beautifully Spent – 4 cellos

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Day 27: The Wind and the Rain – piano

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Day 28: Cicadas in Love – cicada sounds, double bass, accordion, jazz organ

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Day 29: Maineville Shuffle – wind quintet

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Day 30: Then Sings My Soul – flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano

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2 Responses

  1. Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.

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