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Old Paper

As time permits, I am gradually converting my old paper scores to a digital format. The reasons are many: Digital files take up no space. They are  easily altered and updated. They never fade and [...]

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Collaborating with Tchaikovsky, part 2

This morning, at 6 a.m. sharp, I found myself sitting bleary-eyed at the computer, listening to a live 60-piece orchestra in a recording studio in Prague, Czechoslovakia, playing my orchestration [...]

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Old Dog, New Trick

I am a fairly  “old school” writer. Whether writing lead sheets or full scores, lyrics or music, I still work with paper and pencil. It’s intuitive. I can see a lot of measures [...]