Yeah, that’s right. A SMORGASBORD.
Since it’s been over 3 months since I posted last I thought I’d do things up right and just OVERLOAD YOU with all sorts of madness. Uh-huh.
So let’s start off with some music library stuff. News Music! This stretches all the way back to the summer of 2013. And I’m just now getting around to telling the world about it. It could be the pinnacle of my career too. Maybe I should stop now. I don’t know. You tell me. News music!
And now some ACTION RISES. I give you all caps for the HYPE. The utter HYPE of it all. These are much more recent and also written for ALIBI music library. Feel the HYPE:
And now some Piazzolla. For those of you who don’t know, I have the great privelege of performing in the Austin Piazzolla Quintet. We specialize in the music of late Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla and we also perform new, original compositions in the same style while adding our own sensibilities into the mix. This past summer we debuted his suite of rarely performed music, “La Camorra”. It was a thrill to play and explore this dense, fascinating music. Here is the entire suite (in three movements) as well as one of my originals, “Passepied” (inspired by Debussy):
Just last month I performed a house concert with Waterloo Trio. For half of the show we had some friends join us. Phil Spencer on bass and Heather Anderson on viola. Here’s Dave Brubeck’s Blue Rando a la Turk, arranged by violinist James Anderson and performed by the trio + Phil on bass:
And, oh wait there’s more! For those of you who have made it this far (and have not passed out due to the smorgasbord-ness of it all) I give you a video game soundtrack. Puzzles and Pixies. Yes, very cute. For kids I guess. I don’t know. Don’t ask me. I’m just the composer. But the music is nice, right?