#NewTuneThursday: “The Elusive Everyman and Her Majesty” from Music for The Book of I

Welcome to #NewTuneThursday! “The Elusive Everyman and Her Majesty” represents our main character, forced to live everyday with his mental illness, unsure who is real and who is not… Though that’s not entirely true– all the characters are very real…

#NewTuneThursday: “I Know What Death Sounds Like” from Music for The Book of I

Welcome to #NewTuneThursday! “You’re not really listening. Can you hear the angular melodic twists?” “That’s what death sounds like, I know… It’s like a leitmotif; it keeps coming back to my mind.” This track from Music for The Book of…

#NewTuneThursday: “I Am Water” from Music for The Book of I

Welcome to #NewTuneThursday! “I Am Water” represents the final scene in the novel, the moment when Teaston finally accesses peace by joining the prior Faces in Foam in the Water… Throughout the movement you’ll hear passing snippets of previous themes,…

#NewTuneThursday: Gleann Na Aes Sídhe (Glen of the Faeries)

Welcome to #NewTuneThursday! Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, enjoy this brand new, all-original, Irish fiddle set for solo violin, with optional parts for band, harp or piano, and string orchestra. I wrote it last year specifically for my dear…

Presenting… “Music for The Book of I (The Existential Edition)”!

At long last, the 2014 soundtrack to the novel by Jorge Armenteros, “The Book of I,” is available in all its re-mastered and re-recorded glory! You can purchase it directly from me in either digital or physical formats, purchase it…