Typing my way back to nature
Very beautiful. Do you have any problems switching from horn to trumpet and back to horn? The sky is very fitting for the piece. Sky from your mountain home I presume?The combination is very enjoyable and relaxing, especially when listening with a good pair of headphones.Very smooooooth horn playing.
Thank you for listening, Bill, and for your kind words.I have not experienced problems switching back and forth between horn and trumpet, especially since I've been studying trumpet pedagogue Jim Smiley's "Balanced Embouchure" method for horn and trumpet.Yes, the sunset sky pictures were taken here in The Woods, on what we call the Sky Deck (back patio) facing our favorite view over the western mountains. May 2011.
Absolutely beautiful, Cam. I'm so happy that you've shared this recording. Just...phenomenal.
Very entrancing. soothing.. (:
Lovely! Thank you.
Lovely work Cameron! There's just not enough music in the typosphere!
Excellent piece and very soothing. Thanks for sharing!
Perfect place to share a transporting piece of music. Thank you.
You're so talented! I feel like going ballroom dancing now. Not that I know how. :)
btw - who is Ewazen?
Very nice MR Cameron! I really enjoyed it. Found your site through the http://thespiritdoor.com/2013/03/31/dream-cycles/
Hi This is Bridget from the Apple Sales team, we spoke earlier to day. I love it. The font is so different and interesting. I will be following your blog. Thanks.
Joining the chorus- beautiful piece!
I recall at the time we were all using typewriters smudgy ribbons were a bane; I think they add charm now. Sort of like hearing LPs with their scratches - lovely!
This is really very late, but aldjsljdlkaf that was beautiful. As a former french horn player I am jealous of how beautiful it is <3