Monthly Archives: October 2011

My heart is not ready to take off


This is my first composition for a string orchestra. I hope you enjoy. Soon I will post this audio with the lyrics!

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Autumn Rain


Eleventh month of the year, on the 29th day. Armagh, Ireland. Just another normal day, windy and rainy as hell, gazing at the window, thinking of the lessons to come at the Gate Theater. As the flickering light from the living room lamp dies, I turn to the hope that the sun will come out […]

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I’m a huge Coldplay freak… so…


Yesterday their new album launched. It’s titled “Mylo Xyloto. So just to be sane and not freak more than I’ve already freaked out, since it’s such an awesome CD (which I’m not biased if I say you have to buy it/download it…ok maybe I’m a bit biased) YOU HAVE TO! It’s awesome! Interviews on the […]

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E.E. Cummings poetry in Choral Music.


i thank You God for most this amazing day:for the leaping greenly spirits of trees and a blue true dream of sky; and for everything which is natural which is infinite which is yes (i who have died am alive again today, and this is the sun’s birthday; this is the birth day of life […]

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When Music and Literature intertwine.


When literature intertwines with music, it creates a whole new world that can be a fertile ground in which both musicians and writers strive to experiment. As composers, we look for amazing and out-of-the-ordinary texts. Inspired by this, we can create or bring to life the world that the writer imagined. As choral conductors, we […]

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Slowly dies…


Scanning through last year’s paper Moments pass Moments will renew As the clock dies slowly consumed by fire. Around the table we go Back and forth as the wind goes I sit in disbelief to this day That what happened came true This is only a memory That will soon pass too As the clock […]

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