Here is a rough version of my Woodland Dreams Suite. The last movement may get an addition in the near future. This piece is several years in the making, and some of it may sound familiar to you from previous recordings. I’ve gotten inspiration from many sources. Enjoy.
I wrote this song back in 2011. Here is an arrangement of it for cello, piano, and voice.
This song came to me one morning when I woke up in my basement apartment after having been feeling angry and resentful the night before and realized that I needed to let go of those feelings, forgive, and move on.
The first verse I wrote while asleep. The other verses I wrote today for the purposes of this recording.
Here is a recording of me singing The Dark Island, a melody by Iain MacLachlan. The lyrics to this version of The Dark Island were written by Stewart Ross in 1963.
I discovered to my surprise when I went to look up the lyrics to the the tune I’d learned on cello many years before that there were 2 sets of lyrics to the song. This set I first heard sung by Calum Kennedy and Fiona Kennedy on YouTube.
Here is a recording of me singing the other version, with lyrics by David Silver.
I really like this song so I wanted to record myself singing it in both of its forms.