This duet for viola and piano is another electronic reimagining of an earlier work. The skipping electronic background was made through processing my piano quintet Curve.

This piece is meant to capture the spirit of “Play”, when one is focused entirely on their activity, such as when I’m playing my guitar or games with my kids. The repeating phrases serve as doodles, little circular patterns which are then looped and layered electronically. 

Does the music capture a sense of playfulness? Listen to the high-res versions and hear the original piece Curve that was reinterpreted through electronics below. 

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In Ballet, a révérence is the final curtsy or bow that acknowledges the musicians and audience in a sign of respect. My piece acknowledges this practice as the last track on the album, but it is also meant to evoke the feeling of reverence and awe when faced with grandiosity.

I recorded an orchestra in a large cathedral for a film score recently, and I was in awe by the power from that sense of space. I hope this piece creates that sense of awe and reverence in you as well.

As a final video, I include some of my video artwork to accompany the piece. This video was all made using lights and colored gels and perfectly captures the reverence I was trying to express in the music. 

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Get the Album first

The first 3 tracks on the new album will be released on 3.20.2020, but the rest of the album will not be available until this summer on the streaming platforms and stores. These platforms favor singles over albums for playlist placement.

So I will be sharing the entire album for email subscribers in a 7 day album experience. (Don't worry, it's just about building a community, not about spamming you with emails!).

On album release day, you will receive 1 email a day for 7 days that leads you to a behind the scenes look that details what each piece means, how it was written, and how it was recorded. You can download the high res audio (available nowhere else), stream the music, look at the scores, and learn how it was recorded.

Thank you for joining me on this musical journey! Check your email inbox (and Junk Mail!) for the Welcome email.