In General Conference, October 2014, the Tabernacle Choir presented a lovely rendition of “If I Listen With My Heart,” arranged by associate director Ryan Murphy. Ryan has generously made the score available here so you can use it in your own choir.
You know that amazing feeling when you actually manage to finish something? Not just sorta finish, with a few loose ends that you’ll get to… um… eventually. I mean really finish?
This is week three of the Christmas Music Deluge. I just realized (with a self-congratulatory smirk) that so far I’ve met my goal of one update/week until done. We’ll see if the new leaf stays turned.
2014’s Christmas Card Carol, actually done before Christmas? I’ll have to write this one in my journal!
A review of the Forte Notation line of software. Also a 1-page accompaniment for “Away In a Manger,” cuz I needed to produce *something* in this format. 🙂
“Star of Wonder,” my Christmas Card Carol for 2013: a year later it’s ready to go!
Here’s a Christmas Choral that I’ve fallen in love with. Sooooo beautiful!
…a new compilation CD called “He is My Song,”Here’s a list of what’s on the disk, with links to the song pages and a description of the new material that’s been added.
If you run into a very proud, garrulous old man in the pickle aisle…
If you’re a poet wanna-be like I am, here’s a great little resource called Rhymedesk. Very cool.
I think that for this Mother’s Day (in the US at least) I could not do better than to re-post a poem written for me by my daughter Holly.
A lovely hymn titled “Come Home,” arranged for SATB choir or Solo with optional harmony.
The last couple of projects I’ve worked on have dealt with the visual arts. Let me help you to understand the irony of this.
Sometimes I wonder why words on certain topics spring to mind and demand to be written into lyrics. In some cases, I never find out, but today was different.