Category Archives for Music
Chances are that you already know what tonicization is, only you may call it something different or may not have a name for it at all. Tonicization is among the most fundamental of concepts in music theory, but initially it … Continue reading
We can’t talk about the intersection of art, math, and music without addressing the elephant in the room. Leonardo Da Vinci we’re looking at you, sir. He was an author, naturalist, map-maker, geologist, anatomist, inventor, mathematician, engineer, architect, painter, bosssssss. … Continue reading
You should practice with a piano, even if you’re not a piano player. Here’s a nice little course to get you started. They go through the basics of learning the piano by ear. You’ll learn piano chords fast. … Continue reading
We’ve started a new band called Land of the Living. The music has been described as the bastard child of The Allman Brothers and Motorhead. We put together a Kickstarter to pay for the new album. We asked for $5,000, … Continue reading
This is my arrangement of Bach’s “Borrea.” It’s one of my faves. Jimmy Page plays this at the beginning of a Led Zeppelin song, but he doesn’t play the B part. I wonder why…?? 😮 seriously…it’s beautiful. Maybe it’s not … Continue reading
This is a cover of Raffi’s “Douglas Mountain,” from the Christmas Album.
This is a cover of one of my favorite Taj Mahal songs, “Lovin’ In My Baby’s Eyes.” Yes, I know I got the lyrics wrong. I’ll make another one sometime.
Blues Improv in A. What else can I say?