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Eddie Healy

Eddie Healy

Classical / Classical Guitar Dallas, TX  US
20 Seconds
20 Seconds
Theme from the video game "Happee" - Phase I
Theme from the video game "Happee" - Phase I
Theme from the video game "Happee" - Phase II
Theme from the video game "Happee" - Phase II
Compulsion
Compulsion
Invocation
Invocation

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Eddie Healy

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Sounds Like: Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, David Russell (Classical Guitarist), John Williams - guitar, Quaternaglia Guitar Quartet (QGQ), Texas Guitar Quartet

Label: Schaefers Recording Cooperative

Bio: Eddie Healy began playing guitar at the age of 13. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in classical guitar performance at The University of North Texas and completed a Master of Music degree at Southern Methodist University.
 
Eddie performs regularly in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. He has als...See Full Bio

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Music for three guitars. Let me know if you want the sheet music! Check out 'The Gallery' by Eddie Healy http://rvrb.fm/1CsDma5

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60 Seconds
Jul 15, 2012

Very shortly after I wrote 20 Seconds for UTD to use as the theme to the "A Conv... [more]

The Path to Truth-III. Direction
Jul 8, 2012

The opening of Direction is demonstrative of one's full commitment to ascertaini... [more]

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Q: Hey, I really did wonder this... What turned your interests from commercial rock/metal to classical? And what color socks were you wearing when it hit you? :p

A: Cortney, Like a lot of guitarists I initially hoped that studying classical would help me become a better electric guitarist. And, while it would have, I found playing classical more challenging and, ultimately, more rewarding. And, the socks were probably black. The socks and shoes almost always are!

Asked by Cortney Axberg Ebarb. Answered on Fri Jun 29 2012

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