There have been quite a few things in the pipeline for more than a year now, waiting for me to have five minutes free to actually post them. Since it really is about time, here are a couple of them:
The first is a new accompaniment for “It Was for Me,” which is actually the first serious song I attempted, oh so many years ago. The accompaniment has bothered me for years, so I arranged it anew and I think I may like it better. (Time will tell–it always does.) Jacosa Limutau‘s gorgeous vocals were set to the original, but I’ve remixed it to include the new accompaniment.
The other is a new solo version of “My Sister’s Hands.” I re-did this one for my friend Sarah Crowther to sing. You may have heard how amazing she is on violin, so I thought you should hear hear lovely voice as well. I think I like this accompaniment better too, but… ditto. 😉
Quite a few other songs and arrangements are drumming their fingers, tapping their feet, and sighing impatiently in queue, so updates will probably be a bit more frequent for awhile, lest they get fed up and mutiny.