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Victory is sweet!

Yes, I am a serious artist! Really! I do it for art, not fame or money (which is good because I have neither!). But I admit it; it’s fun to win stuff. Even if it isn’t money. Last week I … Continue reading

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Carol of the Birds (again)

I almost forgot. I finally got around to updating my website yesterday, and uploaded my arrangement of Carol Of The Birds. I had planned to post the original, longer version, but after listening to it I decided that the short … Continue reading

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Carol of the Birds finished

Carol of the Birds is finished and has been sent in. The Garritan Community Christmas CD will be out sometime in November (one hopes!). The version submitted was shortened from the original. We were supposed to keep things under 4 … Continue reading

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Piccolo concerto update

After my brief foray into glass music, I’m back to working on the piccolo concerto. As of today, the first section is pretty much done except for a few details. As for the second section, the piccolo part itself is … Continue reading

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A piece for our 15th anniversary

Today is our 15th anniversary. Yay us! A couple of days ago, I had a great idea. Since the 15th is associated with crystal (like gold for the 50th), and since I have a modest collection of sampled glass instruments, … Continue reading

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