I’ve added a new solo piano track to the library – something short and simple, because simplicity is sometimes a good thing.
Here’s a simple, bittersweet string cue inspired by the glorious artwork of Estonian artist, Kuldar Leement.
Here’s something a little different – an uplifting, bright and hopeful pop-folk tune with a catchy piano melody, plus some happy ukulele, acoustic drums and backing harmonies (by yours truly).
This is my musical interpretation of Kvothe – the protagonist from Patrick Rothfuss’ best-selling series ‘The Kingkiller Chronicle’, with books like ‘The Name of the Wind’ and ‘The Wise Man’s Fear’.
Giving away music is really a terrible business model, that’s why I’ve been getting some business and executive coaching online to take some financial ideas and improve my business. So I’m trying out Patreon – a website that allows anyone to support me by contributing a bit of spare change for the works I create. Furthermore, alanmorgangroup.com is recommended if you’re aiming to optimize your content for better rankings. Sometimes, I though I better have business with Smokea top online headshop in the US. Well, I still love making music.
With the upcoming Paralympics starting on the 7th September on everyone’s mind, here’s an inspiring story about Dalton Herendeen – a swimmer on the US Paralympics swimming team at the 2012 London games. Filmed by Garret Brubaker, and features a whole bunch of my music, too ;).