"Oscars Birds Suffer Explosive Diarrhea" Parts I and II are avant garde pieces played entirely on modular synthesizer. The electronically realized bird sounds are an homage to those created by Oscar Sala on Alfred Hitchcocks, "The Birds".
On "Time of the Sines", I improvise on a heavily distorted and sustained electric guitar over a cycling synth part. This piece is an excerpt and is actually much longer.
"Carol of the Bells" is from my last Christmas CD, and it was played and recorded live on my modular synthesizer.
"Beautiful Dreamer" is another all-synth played two-handed and recorded live. Dedicated to my friend, Dana Countryman.
"Greensleeves" is solo classical guitar that I tried to make sound lute-like.
"Ave Maria" is played on synthesizer two-handed and recorded live.
"Home Sweet Home" is where I play banjo, guitar, dobro, and fretless electric bass.
"Trumpet Voluntary" is five screaming electric guitars multitracked, each playing a different part - a melody/bass line fingerpicked together, the melody by itself in an other register, a harmony line, power chords, and a maniacal improvised solo.
"Canon in D" by Johann Pachelbel was entirely electronically realized and sequenced from the sheet music, one note at a time.
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