A slow-burning, inspirational hybrid orchestral track, that builds up to a simple but powerful orchestral chorus. The title was inspired by Amanda Gorman’s moving poem ‘The Hill We Climb’, which she recited at Joe Biden’s recent inauguration.
A short, sweeping fantasy orchestral track evoking the anticipation of approaching the unknown, the confusion and terror as you cross the threshold, and the pride and relief as you learn and grow from your discoveries. This piece came 3rd in the Orchestral Tools ‘Discovery’ competition, where I won a copy of Modus! 📷 Album art by Amanda Buckley, from an original image by Mike Kolp (via Pexels): https://bit.ly/3taksRt 🔽Download ‘Precipice’ for free from my library here: http://bit.ly/3j1U0F1 🎵 You can also listen here: ▶ Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3qZIVqU ▶ Apple Music: http://apple.co/3osBfvB ▶ Amazon Music: https://amzn.to/3ovsKQz ▶ Tidal: http://bit.ly/2Yrh72k ▶ Deezer: http://bit.ly/3t60p6M...
A contemplative, neoclassical reflection on the year just passed, and the year to come. Simple, emotional strings mixed with choir, piano and atmospheric synth. Happy New Year, folks! ❤️
A nostalgic little Christmas hymn for a very strange year. Simple piano, wofting pads and subtle strings. 🎄
A jazzy track featuring piano, synth, organ, drums and bass – and a few dashes of improvisation. I rarely write jazz music, so I often feel like I’m making all sorts of mistakes that will make real jazz musos cringe – hence, the name ‘Solecism’ (a grammatical mistake!). 🤣
A bold and optimistic orchestral track featuring big brass, strings and supporting synth. Inspired by dreams of brighter days to come!