thank you for listening to my music and for your kind words. I'm glad you like what I do. I've been told I remind people of David Sylvian before but I've never heard him. I should check him out. I'm really enjoying your music at the moment. Really unique and captivating. Keep up the great work! :)
I appreciate your comments. Walking Nights and Christ He Loves You are some of my favorite of yours. I think you would find much inspiration from Michael Talbot. Celestial Ballet was written to describe the majestic nature of the world we live on and the insignificance of us compared to the One who created. Many blessings and continued growth in your writing.
Thank you for the nice comment! Regarding how I learned arranging, I wish I had a good answer. I don't even know if I "know" arranging, but I'm glad somebody out there thinks so. :) But honestly, I really don't know how to answer that question. I did study a bit of theory, but for the most part I guess I compose by "feel", for better or for worse. Like everyone here, I'm sure, I've listened to a lot of music, so that has certainly helped internalize a lot of common musical concepts. I do wish I could study more about music theory, arranging, and orchestration, but there never seems to be enough time. But I try to learn where I can.
I've listened to your music and it sounds quite good. So for what it's worth, I think your hard work is paying off.
Hi, Lennart. 'Glad you like Twinkle, Twinkle. It's been used in a couple of independent films and some web sites. You may also like Dare We Dream. It's several variations of Brahms' Lullaby with some other night time themes thrown in.
I hope you can post some more of your music soon, as well. This one sounds very nice.