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Stephen Doheny
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  • Harrisburg, PA
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Stephen Doheny Nov 30, 2007. 2 Replies




  • 1.
    Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus
  • 2.
    Twas The Night Before Christmas
  • 3.
    The Lords Prayer
  • 4.
    St Lukes Gospel - The Christmas Story
  • 5.
    Oh Little Town Of Bethlehem
  • 6.
    Footprints In The Sand
  • 7.
    You Hold The Key
  • 8.
    I Will Be
  • 9.
    The Dream
  • 10.
    Gameday 2008 Theme
  • 11.
    Lifes Adventure
  • 12.
    Toccata & Fugue D Minor
  • 13.
    EWQL Composers Competition Score
  • 14.
  • 15.
    All Creatures of Our God And King-01
  • 16.
    Gameday 2007 Theme
  • 17.
    Panis Angelicus-01

Profile Information

What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
web, multimedia, Choir, Songs, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Classical, Symphonic Orchestra, Piano Concerto's, Choral, Christian Instrumental
Is music your main income source?
No - Not Yet
Where do you live?
Harrisburg, PA
About Me (Must include at least one paragraph of biographical information about you as a composer) - blank or minimal answers on this line will cause your request to be rejected. Include a link to your website if you have one.
I started for the love of music at age 7 when my mother would play the Warsaw Piano Concerto and also Clair de Lune. I was amazed even back then of the sounds it produced and the gorgeous melody.
I started taking lessons at age 8 and then all the way through High School. I never had training in orchestral works, but as I got older, I found myself being requested to play for weddings and church services. I started playing the Church organ for Sunday Mass in the 8th Grade. Eventually I was turned onto Christian music and how the piano was used with orchestral accomp. I looked and looked for accomp tapes and music books. They were there, but rare. So I wished I always could just write my own scores. That way, I could play whatever I wanted and have a true orchestra behind me. I found Kork Sequencers, MIDI Keyboards, and the world of electronics. Then I found the awesome power of computers and now how sampled software now works with them. I used East West Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra's, Symphonic Choirs. I have more orchestral sounds from Standard Solos, duets, trios, quartets to full Symphonic masterpieces han can be scored. Back in 1981 I was asked to perform piano accompinament for Elizabeth Ward, Miss America. WOW what an expierience.
I live and Harrisburg, PA and would love to hear from you and your experiences.

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The Christmas Story - The Gospel of St Luke

Posted on November 15, 2010 at 6:00am 0 Comments

I was asked to record the reading of St Lukes Gospel, The Christmas Story. So in order to make it interesting, I underscored it to make the narration more dramatic. Oh Come All Ye Faithful starts the piece and then the tenderness of Christmas is born! Please take a listen under my music listings and feel free to write me with any comments and or suggestions!

New Music Piece added..."The Dream"

Posted on August 22, 2009 at 7:30am 0 Comments

Hello my friends!
I added a new orchestrated recording today and invite you all to listen and critique for me. Its called "The Dream" Check it out on my page (profile name pasimpilot) and I would love to hear your comments and suggestions.

Live with Regis and Kelly!!

Posted on December 10, 2008 at 5:13am 0 Comments

Hey everyone!
I entered the $100,000 New Theme Music for Regis and Kelly this month. Check out my music entry and the video that will be used. I have not heard yet who won this yet as of Dec 10, 2008. Let me know your comments. The competition is now closed for those who are wondering.

Game Day 2008 Movie Trailer!

Posted on November 5, 2008 at 5:44am 0 Comments

Hey Guys!

I was asked to create a music score for a LAN Party video that will be held November 15th, 2008. It was presented yesterday to the gamers admins (me included) and was a huge success, I wanted to share with you my fellow musicians, the video and music that I put together. As always, comments are welcomed. Happy Holidays to you...they are approaching rapidly. The gaming videos that are featured are Call of Duty 4, World of Warcraft, Unreal Tournament III, Call of Duty 5

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My Music Demo's Explained

Posted on August 28, 2007 at 6:35pm 0 Comments

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At 1:03am on February 14, 2011, Julian Ayacannoo said…
Thanks for the critic Stephen! its been awhile since Ive heard advice for my music, everyone else around me just seems to be amazed out of there mind because they wouldn't know the bad from the good with orchestral music but it's nice to hear it criticized by a fellow composer! And yes i heard your Christmas orchestrations! i loved them they had a very warm tone to them and the believability of real instruments almost had me fooled also! Sometime when rushed we tend to put together so of our best work!
At 10:41pm on February 12, 2011, Julian Ayacannoo said…
Hey Stephen! Hows everything going? I uploaded acouple of new songs! check them out when you get the chance.
At 12:58pm on November 9, 2010, Julian Ayacannoo said…
Hey Stephen thanks for the feed back! I used EWQL Symphonic Orchestra Gold for just about everything but the ethnic percussive elements in the song were different samples of african and middle eastern drums that i found for free that sounded REALLY crappy until i added some effects on them but yeah i do here the DaVinci Code in there! that piece was actually final project in one of my audio production classes
At 2:52am on November 7, 2010, Julian Ayacannoo said…
Hey Stephen! i uploaded a track, if you find the time take a listen!
At 10:17pm on October 18, 2010, Julian Ayacannoo said…
Haha cool im looking foward to it and you pieces sound amazing! ill have to post one of mine so you can take a listen!
At 3:19am on September 27, 2009, Scott Haskin said…
Hi Stephen! Great to be back in touch.

You Hold The Key - beautifully done, I must say. The orchestrations added a great deal of emotion to the voice. She has a wonderful singing voice as well. I will be honest (would you expect any less from me?) and tell you I did not care for the mix. I think the music was a little too quiet and did not blend as well with her voice. It sounded more as if she was in a vocal booth than with the orchestra but the song itself was wonderful. Nice work, especially considering the circumstances. Don't you just love workin gon the fly like that?

Things are great here, thank you. Since we last spoke, I have worked oin a number of films and commercials as well as background music for training films, a video game and even wrote a book called,"Becoming An Indie Film Composer."

What happened with the Regis & Kelly contest? The piece you composed was brilliant!
At 10:15am on August 22, 2009, Ehsan Saboohi said…
Congratulations. It was beautiful.
At 6:25pm on June 27, 2009, Marie-Anne Fischer said…
Hello Stephen,
Thank you for your kind words, its lovely to meet you! I very much enjoyed listening to your music. You have such great diversity. I especially like Gameday 2008 Theme. Well, to answer your questions, I use Logic pro 8 and only Logic sounds at the moment however I had Kontakt 3 delivered on Friday :-) I used to use Sonar with Roland JV2080, Yamaha MU-80 and Alesis. I haven't used live instruments yet, but hope to do so one day.
You are right - there are many very talented composers here and everybody has been welcoming. Its been great!
All the best to you,
At 8:34pm on June 23, 2009, David Naranjo said…
Amazing music as always!!! you are such as great composer and music producer!!
At 12:57am on February 27, 2009, Ronald (rolifer) Ferguson said…
Tocotta and Fugue in D minor is my favorite Organ piece of all time and I must say that you did it justice. Well done....Ron

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