Several of my favorite Celtic selections are available at Jango Radio online along with other great folk and classic pop favorites. Please visit and let me know what you think!
Despite the hot weather and lazier days of summer, not everyone has been on vacation. There are lots of positive developments in my world, one of which I referred to in my last post. That development has now been confirmed, and I will be announcing it as soon as it goes live.
I can't believe it's been three months since I've posted. Since I retired from gigging and decided to concentrate on arranging music, I've been busier than ever. I now have a publisher page at SheetMusicPlus and have added more than a dozen new arrangements since mid-March, when I last
After publishing my planned ten songs from the "ArrangeMe" list at SheetMusicPlus, I decided to continue my work in that vein, as there are so many on the list that work well o
(Mar. 4, 2018) — I am having a great time creating arrangements for pedal harp of well-known Broadway show tunes, many of which were composed by the famous duo of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Rodgers wrote the lyrics to the melodies which Hammerstein seemed to magically p
As a YouTube novice, trimming away unwanted portions of my videos proved to be a challenge. It seemed I was on the right track by using the "Edit" button, but for some reason the edits wouldn't save. Then it finally occurred to me to seek out a YouTube "help" video that would hopefully explain, in simple terms, what I was doing wrong.
(Jan. 23, 2018) — Since my Mel Bay book titled "Easy Scottish Harp Music" containing ten interpretations of little-known Scottish ballads was published in April 2009, I have adhered to the standard of groups of ten when producing new projects. Beginning last summer, I published arrangements of 14 of my favo
I am pleased to announce that a compilation of some of my best-loved Irish songs is now available here and at SheetMusicPlus.com on my publisher's
It's like stepping from one world into a new one...transitioning from traditional, physical performances to building an online presence through tools I never heard of before. Spotify, SoundCloud...what are these all ab