The sheet music for leaf by leaf, stone by stone from my most recent album Invisible Cities is available now for purchase here via Sheet Music Plus.
This is my recording of Apropos, composer Daniel Gilliam. He describes this piece as an “imagined conversation between Aaron Copland and Leonard Bernstein.”
I am excited to announce the release of my latest album, Invisible Cities, a reflective, enigmatic collection of solo piano pieces inspired by the novel "Invisible Cities" by Italo Calvino.
My performance of Japanese composer Takashi Yoshimatsu's brief Interlude to Water, the fourth piece in his Pleiades Dances I, Op. 27, for solo piano.
New music+poetry: gray skies still, I do not long for blue: only you.
New music+poetry: a bright darkness has cascaded across Lake Sagamore this summer night the glad starlight dimpled in warm waves has whitewashed our wandering boat a toast in every direction black trees raising windswept leaves and beneath the cabin eaves strands of hazy light birthing fireflies who hover woodstacks resting on my back dipping with... Continue Reading →
After much resistance, I'm entering the world of Facebook with my music. Please check it out if you get a moment: http://www.facebook.com/lineandlandscape. My first post was to announce the release of a new short album of piano music that reflects on summer as the season closes. Please stop by and take a listen.Summer Scenes
Well, with summer concluding I hope to get around to posting more regulary, although I think that's going to be more along the lines of monthly versus weekly. With that, here is an new piano composition, "Riverlights #1," I hope you enjoy.P.S. For those interested in such things, here is a link to download the... Continue Reading →