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.
To Start Autumn. Both written in the last month. If you like them, tell me generally where you are. Thank you for listening!
Here are three songs. The first is a revision of a 2018 piece that needed a lot of work. I like it much better now. The next two are lullabies. Now that I have a tiny grandson, I have an excuse to write lullabies. What fun. And a sad butterfly to wonder about.
This is another lullaby for my sweet grandson, Sammy, in Australia. May butterflies fly in your dreams!
More pleasant distractions for your life. Have fun!
Here are three more pieces for piano and orchestra. Hope they fit somewhere in your brain!
Here is a reference I used for my Biology class some years back, in case you need it. And, as always, I add a new piece of music, which, in this case, is completely unrelated. Enjoy!
Three short compositions for you pianists to figure out. Have fun!
I call this “Everywhere I Go.”
Here are three more themes of very different mood and tempo. Hope you like them!