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My Journey with Music

My journey into music started at school but not what you would think, I went to a english roman catholic high school and music seemed to be the last thing anyone seemed to want to teach.  All I can remember was the embarrassment of having to sing a l

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Winter vacation

I came to a conclusion that uploading music here doesn't make sense.

Even if somebody listened to the piece, I'd never know about it.

So, here is Winter vacation using Omnisphere 2 and Stylus RMX.

Thank you for finding time to listen ☺.

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A nice tuba concerto

Recently I've been listening to many tuba concertos, to get an idea of the repertoire out there and what's possible on a tuba solo. Today I found this one, which, while it doesn't really feature any particularly unusual solo tricks or virtuoso stunts

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A DEEP SEA

Although changes of tempo and fermatas are included in the PDF and are part of the performance instructions they have been avoided in the XML and MP3 files as they would hinder the synchronization of sound and video (for some reason that I have not d

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Something I'm working on!

It's still pretty rough on the percussion side, but it's getting there! This is the first part of a bigger piece. I'll explain more about it once I can get it finished! But for now... Here's a work in progress that I'm still pretty happy with! 

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A few things in the playlist!

Just uploaded a few of the rare things I've actually finished writing! I've got a lot composed but not put down on "paper" (Because what I really mean is "on the screen".)

I'll be adding more to it as more things get completed, but at the moment I've

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My music adventures

I am an adult returning to music. The last time that I studied music formally was at high school in 1988. That may be a record for this forum! Right now I am learning Sibelius and working through music books by Gordon Spearritt. I would like to have

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Symphony No. 2: Ocean Symphony (First Draft)

This is my second symphony, subtitled Ocean Symphony. This is just the first draft so there is still a lot of editing needed to be done. The movements represent a depth zone of the ocean and are as followed:

  1. Epipelagic Zone
  2. Mesopelagic Zone
  3. Bathypelagic
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