This is a video I made to accompany a recording of my setting of 'Steal Away' and to place the piece in some context for the listener
This is a link to the same piece, professionally recorded and released on Centaur Records. The full CD is available from Amazon or select tracks can be bought from iTunes. There is a lot of other great music on the CD including a major cantata by my colleague and friend, Anthony Maglione.
This is the first of a set of 30 videos I made to take you through basic music theory concepts. I use this course as a basis for my Theory I class. You are welcome to watch this one, and then search for the rest of the series.
What a great pose! This is the first of my second set of music theory videos. This series takes you through all you need to know about basic Bach (four-part, chorale style) theory. Again, feel free to watch this one then search for the rest of the set on YouTube.
This is a suite of folk song settings that all have connections with the Northumbrian region of England. These are published by J.W. Pepper.
This is the third movement of a set of pieces I wrote in the summer of 2017. This project was fascinating in that I was asked to write new music for 'old', as in Baroque, instruments. This video has an introduction I was asked to give followed by the performance of my music that was choreographed by Jennifer Cox and is performed here by the Kansas City Baroque Consortium and the Owen-Cox Dance Company.