Waiting for 2019. Theme 130. Relax and enjoy.
This is in memory of my dad, who would have liked this, and would have encouraged me to keep at it.
And I’m wondering about this wonderful little fold, which looks like a local phenomenon, not affecting the strata around it. C’mon geologists, gimme a little interpretation here!
And for those of you who appreciate history and religion…
And Theme 119, with drums.
Here’s my Theme 34 and Theme 35 to help you relax.
First, a little pick-me-up piano exercise.
And: Slow Dance Through Covid-19
Theme 109 and 108 respectively.
Both from February, 2020
Come the Spring:
Piano Exercise (Theme 104):
Two versions of this verse about a thrush at the Spring above the Ranch, circa 2007.
THRUSH SONG lyrics
This one is for chasing butterflies. I thought this must have been what I looked like at age four or five, trying to catch butterflies with my hands.
This is the first instrumental composition I ever wrote, in 1962, with the help of Bruce Markkula, who studied guitar with Johnny Smith.