New songs. First a march, in case you have found a cause (and who hasn’t these days) to march for or against. And second, one to calm your soul and get you back home in peace. Have fun for a couple minutes.
Two more songs to keep you company in odd times. Enjoy!
Many years ago I wrote a novel called Miracavira, an enchanted land where I ended up under bizarre circumstances. When I was tragically whisked away, back to earth, I left behind a very sad situation that only I could fix. Maricie, a love interest in Miracavira, was given a song to sing that would bring me back from across the divide. It’s a picture of the tragedy, and it goes like this:
Here are the latest couple pieces of music from my imagination. Enjoy!
A couple short pieces. I’m especially fond of 201. The little bass rumble does it for me.
I don’t know what my life might have been like if I’d been able to make music like this when I was a kid listening to Tchaikovsky and Beethoven and Brahms. I couldn’t imagine sitting at a computer and getting sounds like this, even though it is generally less esthetically pleasing than a real orchestra. I have no training in music, but if I could have done this, I might have dived into a music major.
Two December pieces to enjoy (I hope).