A tribute to the ancient hidden source of all cold seas and those that watch over it. With vocals by my friend who sings in an actual early music choir! It's also got square waves, organs, and sometimes ambiguous chords.
Last minute entry. This was supposed to be, and will eventually be, an a capella/choral twofer with Fitter Happier, but I wasn't able to finish it in time. [more inside]
And to close: you know it, you love it, we love it. That's why we did it properly. Please enjoy. [more inside]
Choral work in support of marriage equality, with text taken from a speech by a Republican WWII vet. Performed by the Simon Carrington Chamber Singers 2010. [more inside]
First track I've recorded by the small choir I've put together this year. I write and arrange, they sing. It's been my project since christmas - please let me know what you think! [more inside]
Won't you join us on a small journey? [more inside]
What do you think it's going to be? Really? [more inside]
Technically, it's in F major. [more inside]
Part two of the epic Cheese trilogy. [more inside]
When fussbudgetry and wankery collide...sexily. [more inside]
It's amazing what you can throw together in about 4 hours with nothing but a Rock Band mic, 8 of yourself, and a pair of Stylophones. [more inside]
I wanted to experiment with multitracked vocals, so I turned "The Fool" from In the Aeroplane Over the Sea into a choral work. I probably could have done more with rhythm and vocal percussive effects, but I did this is as a practice run for another song, which also included four-part harmonies.
Originally by man vs sun, recorded while just dicking around with a microphone. [more inside]
Something for the Choral challenge, although, it ain't quite choral. [more inside]
"Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal." Text by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Setting by Allen McCullough.
MefiMuChallenge submission and my first real attempt at multi tracking vocals. [more inside]
Paul Sjolund's choral arrangement, simplified down to 2 voices and a guitar. Merry Christmas!