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First page of the score

Before the conferences a few weeks ago I didn't have a minute to "flip the burger", working all day, all evening, many late (early?) nights, weekends. But during the week of Thanksgiving, as well as the weekends before and after, I certainly did make the flip, to Joel the mad composer. After c...

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MusicScore

Thursday, May 10 of this year I woke up with a musical theme laying on my pillow, so to speak. Developed several variations of it while getting ready for the day, then finally had several hours on Saturday to work out a fully-scored composition. While it's not every day you hear 13 beats per measu...

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MusicScore

Thursday, May 10 of this year I woke up with a musical theme laying on my pillow, so to speak. Developed several variations of it while getting ready for the day, then finally had several hours on Saturday to work out a fully-scored composition. While it's not every day you hear 13 beats per measu...

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MusicScore

Amongst all of my business today, it was nice to take a step into the imaginary world of this little piece composed about 11 years ago when I was still in Pensacola, and a bit of a predecessor to Symphony No. 1. Maybe you'll find it a nice little excursion as well. But be forewarned of early-200...

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This is my only symphony so far. It was written and recorded in 2006, primarily as a soundtrack for a planetarium show at Pensacola Christian College entitled "Stair Steps to Space." It was, of course then, written primarily to support the content of the show, and strictly conforms to the show's f...

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