Recorded Roger Wiesmeyer playing some nice oboe and English horn parts today for my album, with Mark Kibble producing. Mostly in 5/8 time, except for the part that changes meter every measure.
From a Sept 8, 2012 concert in Charlotte, NC.
Here is a little clip from a recent concert a coffee roasting plant in Ottawa. They shut down the machines, set up some chairs and a stage, and we had a good time!
In the process of making music on an instrument, right and left hand techniques are essential tools, yet even while these techniques are developing it is important not to overlook the actual music itself – the expression of the heart that drew us to music in the first place. When the player truly listens to […]
Happy 4th of July! Here is the Liberty Bell March played at a concert in Germany.
It was great to see so many friends in California! Thanks to everyone! Enjoyed watching the whales off the coast of Long Beach, just before the concert. The grey whale did a beautiful dive, but the shutter on the camera just missed it. Fill in with imagination. The theater where I played that night is […]
I sat on my front step and played lullabies to this little fawn who sat down in the grass to listen: Here is also a video of a Fawn and in my garden greeting each other:
A dear friend, Velzoe Brown, passed away at age 101. I wrote “Velzoe’s Garden” for her. It appears on the Wildcat CD and the sheet music is also published in the current issue of Acoustic Guitar Japan. This week from my garden in Nashville I filmed Velzoe’s Garden
The the front cover artwork is a painting I made based on a photo that Deirdra Doan took of John and Myself. Then Deirdra modified the painting with some of Van Gogh’s original to create our CD cover. You took can see the process here. Below is my original artwork I painted in acrylics when […]