Tag Archives: Orchestration

The Art Of Orchestration In The 21st Century

To be able to facilitate the experience of playing music where there is a connection between composer and performer is very satisfying Continue reading

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Anniversary music – A Lot of Light Music

This month is the second anniversary of Urban Skyline on Bandcamp and I hope to release an album of Light Music on the label in the coming weeks Continue reading

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It’s not about me…

a sentiment that is becoming lost in a world that celebrates the superficial, the new fad and the mediocre.  A world that promotes celebrities that have achieved very little but have the look of the moment and only a snapshot … Continue reading

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When do you stop creating and start orchestrating? (or putting it together)

When do the dreams become reality?  In previous blogs I have discussed the creative cycle (see From Start to Finish on the 4th August 2013) but knowing where you are in the cycle is sometimes difficult to judge.  The deadline, … Continue reading

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