Audio

    • Page 1

      Goodbye Brick in the Wall

      GoodBye Brick In The WallArranged for acoustic guitar and flute.

      A segue of Pink Floyd’s “Goodbye Blue Sky” and “Another Brick in the Wall Part II” from their masterpiece album “The Wall”. This started out as a basic arrangement of “Goodbye Blue Sky” that I put together for flute and acoustic guitar and eventually morphed into a more complex segue with “Another Brick in the wall” utilizing octave effects and humming on the flute for the vocal lines and overdriving the flute during the note-for-note cover of David Gilmore’s electric guitar solo at the finale.


      Carry On Wayward Son

      Carry On Wayward SonArranged for acoustic guitar and flute.

      This thematic Tour de force By Kansas has a bit of everything – intricate guitar parts, soaring flute melodies, tricky unison playing, and sections that demonstrate the use of effects on both instruments.


      Black Hole Sun

      Black Hole SunArranged for acoustic guitar and flute.

      A very powerful song arranged as a ballad rather than the heavy version that was played on the radio. This version utilizes a lot of space to set up a dialog between the flute and guitar. The addition of flanger on the flute and rotating speaker effect on the guitar lend to the feeling of loneliness this song evokes.


      Page 1

    • Page 2

      Living in the Past

      Living In The PastArranged for acoustic guitar and flute.

      This one is a lot of fun to play. And of course, it’s perfectly suited to a flute and guitar arrangement. I used a little flanger and echo on the flute and an octave effect on the guitar during the intro. Other than that, this is just straight acoustic playing. My partner in music and living, Dawn Keur, nails the Ian Anderson attitude as well as delivering a note-for-note of his variations on the end of the tune.


      Siciliano

      SicilianoArranged for acoustic guitar and flute.

      A straight up reading of the 2nd movement from J. S. Bach’s E♭ Major Flute Sonata BMV1031. Octaves were used on the guitar to mimic the sound of a harpsichord, but the rest is just beautiful flute playing.


      Page 2

     

  • In the works.
share

Scroll Up