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Composer, writer, radio show host

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Comment on Agnus Dei (SSAA a cappella) by Mimi

Tue, 01 Dec 2015 05:44:43 +0000

My high school choir is doing a report on this song and it's really pretty and fun to sing omg


Fri, 28 Aug 2015 22:15:21 +0000

So very good! Completely lovely in every way. I will be keeping my ear open for you , besides after the rampant "old boys club" of times past I try to encourage female composers as much as I can. Especially the great ones.

Comment on From the Faraway Nearby (Piano Four-Hands) by Charles

Mon, 29 Oct 2012 00:39:28 +0000

Hi DJ, The 4-hand version was in many ways a re-arrangement, so there really is new stuff in that version that wasn't in the original. They've not yet been recorded, sorry!

Comment on …like water dashed from flowers… Mexico City premiere on July 8 by sue b.

Wed, 17 Oct 2012 19:52:43 +0000

Great to see that you're back in the USA. Congrats on all the new music! We'd love to see you in California again.

Comment on From the Faraway Nearby (Piano Four-Hands) by DJ

Wed, 26 Sep 2012 02:10:30 +0000

Charles, hey there! I am just checking in to see if there is now any possibility to purchase these movements recorded on piano? I have enjoyed, and continue to enjoy them on guitar, however the piano adds a different clarity and depth to the movements that otherwise are not there. Thanks again, DJ

Comment on Job Season (Shoot Me NOW!), CV and Teaching Philosophy by Tom Frazee

Sat, 23 Apr 2011 05:34:48 +0000

Nice post. Saw this as I was collecting some Warner Brothers images for a show production. I was Full Time Faculty at Berklee College of Music for 10 years, so I have some insight on both the process and the in's and out's of college admin (or lack there of) But really, we are about two clicks shy of launching a very cool school here in Boise, Idaho. It required four years of brain trust to bring all the elements together, but we are being solicited by a huge foundation involved in arts education, and we'll have a trigger pull by mid may. Check it at Side note: With two degrees in Jazz Comp and Arranging and massive creds in development of curriculum at Berklee and UNLV, I was asked to develop a Contemporary Music and Technology Department for a small University in this area that has a good but antiquated music department. Long story short, after a lot of developmet time involved (I did it off contract so I would own the rights) I was three weeks from adjunct my first class (spent the summer on a soft open in seminar form) scheduled, on the books, students signed up, they curb kicked me because I wasn't evangelical christian enough for their faculty!!! They wanted me to sign a paper saying I was born fallen until I accepted Jesus as my savior. What the f***! so glad I developed off contract. So chin up and take a look at the website. If we get the go, we'll be in R&D for about a year as they brick and mortar the place as an add on to their expansion plans. We have a bunch of different types of positions in the adjunct or Master Class / Visiting artist programs. Lets chat. tom

Comment on From the Faraway Nearby (Piano Four-Hands) by Radiohead

Sun, 28 Nov 2010 07:46:49 +0000

The Lawrence Tree reminds me to Thom Yorke's fine art in his band's song that was released for free. The titled of the song is these are my twisted words. At the first time I was interested to watch the fine art while listening to the song, well actually there was more instumental. What a good combination, although lack of electronic piano sound.