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Pre-Orders for PRISMA Vol. 3 are Open!

My Dark Glass Sinfonia for symphony orchestra is the second track on this amazing album, coming out soon from Navona Records. And you can pre-order it now! 🙂

…Next comes Dark Glass Sinfonia by Sarah Wallin Huff, in which crumpled dissonances flower into exuberant tonality, capitalizing on the full dynamic range of the orchestra… In PRISMA VOL. 3, seven masters of this challenging artform rethink what a symphony orchestra is capable of, and in so doing, present their audience with a unique and gratifying musical experience.

Album Editorial Review
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New Soundtrack Demo Video

Now available is a video featuring nine selections of my music from a variety of moods and genres! Which one is your favorite? 🙂

Originally posted on NovelSoundtrax.com

Track list:

0:00 “Intrepid
1:36 “Krav Maga” from Shady Oaks Takedown
2:45 “Transcendence” from Jumpy Space Fight (video game)
4:38 Finale from I Spy a Foodie
6:27Leviathan of the Ancient Deep” Movement 2: Sighting
7:26 “Leviathan of the Ancient Deep” Movement 3: The Hunt
8:50 “The Hero Leaves His Mark” from A Little Something About Noel
10:09 “Phillipy is Fragmented” from The Book of I
11:17 “I Am Water” from The Book of I

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New Movement for “Nevermore” Available, with Demo

If you’ve enjoyed “The Raven” from my recent suite for viola and piano, Nevermore, then you might be pleased to know I’ve just finished the second movement, “Annabel Lee.”

I think this poem by Edgar Allen Poe might be one of my favorite literary works… 🤔🥰 I tried to keep the sense of innocence and deep sorrow in this musical rendition. There is a third and final movement–“Tell-Tale Heart”–planned for the future, too; so keep an eye out for that. 😉

In the meantime, enjoy the simple demo of “Annabel Lee” below…

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“Resplendence” Dropping on Thanksgiving

I decided to give my radiant handbell choir piece, “Resplendence,” a fresh new sound on its very own single release, just in time for your Thanksgiving! A musical kick-off to the holiday season! ^_^

Originally written for 3.5 octave handbell choir, this release features unique orchestral and electronic textures blending with the evocative timbre of the bells.

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Starship Invasions OST (1977)

Listen to the whole sound track here.

Another rare find! The AMAZING soundtrack by Gil Mellé—a soundtrack that its film does not deserve! 😹 I feel like it belongs with some epic city crime drama…

This soundtrack from 1977 by jazz composer and artist Gil Mellé is an amazing, colorful work of art. What strikes me is how this music got involved with the 1977 Canadian sci-fi film “Starship Invasions” (starring Christopher Lee!!!).

When watching the film, it was a typical B-movie experience, except for the fact that the music continually struck me as beautiful and clever and engaging–nonetheless, the music does NOT match up with any of the vibe or story of the film! It was a surreal experience!!

When listening to the music alone, I imagine some gritty, city, detective drama. And, musically, it is a joy to listen to! So, I’ve taken the available synthetically-made stereo tracks (it feels like these were taken from the original reel-to-reel, that perhaps wasn’t stored too carefully, and then manipulated on early equipment), and I ran them through my up-to-date basic mastering system, to at least try to breathe some fullness into these tracks. 

It’s still not the greatest quality. Someday, I may track down the original mono files and just build them up from scratch… I like the music enough, I may just do that someday. But for now, I hope you’ll enjoy this symphonically jazzy soundtrack masterpiece by Gil Mellé!

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News on “Prisma Vol. 3”

PARMA recordings is just about ready to start manufacturing of “Prisma Vol. 3”—the orchestral compilation album that my “Dark Glass Sinfonia” will appear on! I love the little blurb they came up for it in the liner notes; so perfect!

”Next comes Dark Glass Sinfonia by Sarah Wallin Huff, in which crumpled dissonances flower into exuberant tonality, capitalizing on the full dynamic range of the orchestra.” (PARMA Recordings)

I’ll let you know when it’s released!