October 2 - Plenty in Progress
Hello again! An unfortunate combination of heaps of school and several personal projects that will not likely be released means I don't have anything new to release. I've also been repeatedly slipping up when it comes to posting on this blog, and I apologize for that. In the meantime, know that I have several things being cooked up for the foreseeable future. The projects I have in progress include, but are not limited to:
- A pretty Eric Whitacre-inspired choral work
- What may be my seventeenth attempt at writing something piratey
- A reimagining of one of my previous works that has percussion loud enough to knock over a skyscraper
- An over-the-top quasi-horrror work inspired by H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos
- And more!
For now, all I can do is leave you with listening recommendations. It is now October, so I honor this month by first recommending Eric Whitacre's pastoral masterwork of the same name. Also linked is the same piece of music, arranged for choir and re-titled "Alleluia." Finally, attached is a link to Thomas Bergersen's outrageously heroic "Rocket to the Moon" from Humanity Chapter IV.
That's it for now. Stay tuned for my next post, coming October 16. I'll repeat that: October SIXTEENTH. I will be out of town on the 9th, so I'll be skipping that week. Check in on the 16th!