Category Archives: Contemporary/Pop/Electronic

Adiemus Choral Recording

A more recent recording I did of a group of choirs singing the Jenkin’s song, “Adiemus”. The words actually have no meaning, but it’s the music that counts. The choirs originally sang along to a solo acoustic piano, and the orchestration and all percussion was scored and added afterward.

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Electronic Ageless

Kind of melancholy, but it builds, and it is ageless, because it could be from a few different eras in the last 20 years… In a very minor key.

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The Hybrid

The feeling of time passing, quite some sadness in this – especially the clarinet and the flute. This one is a hybrid because it has both drums and orchestral.

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eSong Two

A quick, hoppity sounding song, with elements of funk with, some orchestra thrown in, and a synthesized voice. The song slowly transitions in its feel as it progresses. Acoustic guitar comes in.

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eSong One

A pretty crazy Electronic song that I made just for the fun of it. No particular reason… just felt inclined. It has a far-east flavor at some points.

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Within this Song

One of the earlier pieces I wrote, played, sang and recorded. It has heart. It’s not written about an individual, but about friends in general. And yes, again, that’s me singing.

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