♫ Random musical notes from yours truly. ♫
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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.
How to transpose .pc scores using the Personal Composer Demo. Step by step instructions.
Sara Noel Bauman’s violin interpretation of some classic favorites, and of three of my originals. Lovely!
Susan Layton’s beautiful ASL interpretation of “Silent Night.”
One of the sad things about self-publishing is that you tend to write Christmas music at the wrong time of year to be useful. For example, during the Christmas season.
Perhaps you’ve seen some of the macro pictures of snowflakes that float around the internet. The beauty and variety are amazing.
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