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Oct 31, 2014
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.
Oct 24, 2014
Home » In this latest installment of the Christmas Music Deluge, I've added a new arrangement of "Gesù Bambino," (Pietro Yon/Frederick H. Martens) for Solo, SSA or SSATB choir. I love the original dearly just the way it is, so in arranging it I tried to do something...
Oct 18, 2014
2014’s Christmas Card Carol, actually done before Christmas? I’ll have to write this one in my journal!
Oct 13, 2014
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. 🙂
Sep 26, 2014
“Star of Wonder,” my Christmas Card Carol for 2013: a year later it’s ready to go!
Aug 29, 2014
Here’s a Christmas Choral that I’ve fallen in love with. Sooooo beautiful!
Jul 3, 2014
…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.
Jun 16, 2014
If you run into a very proud, garrulous old man in the pickle aisle…
Jun 14, 2014
If you’re a poet wanna-be like I am, here’s a great little resource called Rhymedesk. Very cool.
May 11, 2014
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.
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