#NewTuneThursday: Christmas Wayfarer

Happy Holidays to one and all! Today’s #NewTuneThursday features one of my favorite works, “Christmas Wayfarer”!  Composed in 2015, this 8 minute medley includes unique adaptations of “I Saw Three Ships,” “O Come All Ye Faithful,” “Coventry Carol,” “O Holy Night,” and “Hark the Herald Angels Sing.” The following year I …

#NewTuneThursday: Now Winter Nights Enlarge

Welcome to #NewTuneThursday! Today’s tune continues the Christmasy-slash-Holidays edition of these four Thursdays in December. I have to say I really love today’s tune! It’s sassy, medieval-feeling, and conveys the imagery of youthful revelry during holiday celebrations. This work for SSA a cappella trio and hand percussion (rainstick, tambourine, and finger cymbals) …

#NewTuneThursday: Cradle Song (of Mary’s Beloved)

Welcome to #NewTuneThursday! Today’s tune kicks off the Christmasy-slash-Holidays edition of these four Thursdays in December. Sadly I have yet to hear this lovely little song for SATB and solo instrument performed with real musicians; I can only give you a tase of its beauty with the midi demo below… …

Live Debut of “Christmas Wayfarer” for Concert Band!

Check it out! Here’s the video of the LIVE Premiere of “Christmas Wayfarer” (concert band version), performed by the Golden West Pops! You can also download the original symphonic version on my album ESOTERICA, and find the music here: (for Symphony), (for Concert Band).

Just in Time for Christmas…

My new work for symphony orchestra, “Christmas Wayfarer,” parts and score, is now up on my Sheet Music Store! Featuring my unique adaptations of these sacred carols: “I Saw Three Ships,” “O Come All Ye Faithful,” “Coventry Carol,” “O Holy Night,” and “Hark the Herald Angels Sing.” Enjoy the recording …

Full-Blown Christmas Medley, in Progress…

I’m working on a Christmas Medley for The Master’s College orchestra! Here’s what I’ve got cooking… For those who’ve enjoyed my “Three Ships,” “O Come All Ye Faithful,” “Coventry Carol,” “O Holy Night,” and “Hark the Herald…” there will be significant portions of those works featured in this medley. It’s …