One of the bands I played in back in the 90s. Voodoo Child playing live on Breakfast Television - City TV, Wed. June 5, 1996. This was to promote their CD release that evening at the Ultrasound (Toronto). The band played under a number of different line-ups between 1995 and 2001.
"Enough is Enough" by Robin Smith/Sascha Tukatsch Robin Smith: guitar and vocals Sascha Tukatsch: drums Richard (Dicky) Kahl: guitar Michael Menegon: percussion Michel Plourde (Spock): bass
Classical compositions of mine in various "modern" styles and some Music Concrete pieces of mine. Composed, performed and recorded by me. Set to Movie Maker slideshows of my artwork, photos and video experiments.
Original pieces of mine that, in some way are considered ElectroAcoustic pieces. Covers everything from Music Concrete to Ambient to keyboard improvisations. Mostly all by me on multi-track, with the occasional guest performer.
A multi-part series of listening examples for the instruments of the orchestra. Fairly general information about each one, with pictures and diagrams. Made for my orchestration students and anyone else who wants to know. Made with Windows MovieMaker. Plus, some videos by others on the instruments of the orchestra I think are good.
Videos of famous or influential classical pieces (as opposed to my own) that follow along with the published score. Styles vary from early classical pieces in standard notation to modern scores made with graphic notation.
This is intended as a study guide for people learning how to follow a score. No copyright infringement is intended.
Bands I've played in or pieces of mine in a rock (or other popular) style. Some studio/some live. Many are recordings set to slideshows made in MovieMaker or iMovie with photos and artwork of mine, or photos of the bands and people in them, posters and tickets from gigs... stuff like that. Some live videos.
An on-going cycle of pieces based on the stars in the various constellations. The pieces vary from solo to chamber to orchestral works and electro-acoustic pieces. Very few have recordings so far, and I imagine I'll be working on this cycle for the rest of my life.
The idea for the cycle began in the mid-late 90s when I was working on the piece "Schedar" for solo guitar. I already had a couple pieces with names based on stars and so I continued on with the idea, not realizing how many pieces would be necessary to finish the cycle.