Soundtracks

Sheet Music for 2081

Sheet Music for 2081

When I originally released the sheet music for “Shine a Light,” the package was really just a cleaned up version of the live score I recorded in the Czech Republic. It was missing the material I recorded on my own, with other musicians or with samples, i.e. Vibraphone, Taikos, Crystal glasses, Piano etc. While the sheet music sounded good as it was, I decided that it was unfair and a misrepresentation to just present a partial score. So I decided to write out the remaining parts. Now, the sheet music for sale on the site truly is the soundtrack as it was produced, as it is heard in the movie. **I’m working on a piano solo version as well, which I’ll post as soon as it’s ready. Thanks as always to everyone who’s expressed interest, and happy holidays. p.s. if you’ve previously bought the score, there’s no need to buy it again if you’d like the remaining parts. Just send me a message. off
An Update on Lee’s Music for Sale

An Update on Lee’s Music for Sale

A little update on the sale of my albums moving forward. A new service, Band Camp, provides great flexibility, including the pay-what-you-want model, as well as a great iDevice-compatible experience, so I’ve started to incorporate them more an more into my workflow (namely, Etudes Modernes) and also for posting my albums moving forward. For now, iTunes and Amazon are still available, but will be supplemented by Band Camp.

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New Commercial: Bru Water

New Commercial: Bru Water

Check out my latest commercial – A spot for Bru bottled water, a Belgian brand. The spot features a game of “musical chairs” – the last chef holding the empty makes dinner for the others. A nice simple idea and executed well. Features prepared piano and strings, though the piano knocks and piano string flicks give it more of a honkey tonk feel than anything. Video after the break!

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What is your “Sadness” Threshold?

What is your “Sadness” Threshold?

I’ve noticed in working with directors, audiences, advertising creatives and clients that people vary wildly on their interpretation of what constitutes “sad” music. People often jump to conclusions about a piece’s emotional intent by the initial tonality only. Is that justified, and is there a way to overcome this first impression?

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Editing on Shine a Light Complete

Editing on Shine a Light Complete

The track is complete, only now waiting for the album art. It features the talents of Greg “Cosmo” Heffernan on cello. 1