Calling all artists and illustrators! Looking for a new project for your digital doodling hobby and hoping to get paid? Are you new to illustrating and looking for a way to build your portfolio? Have you ever wanted to work produce artwork for a children's book? Wherever you fall on this spectrum, I have a proposal... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/Yi5QrxUbO9E I had a great time exploring some new (for me) jazz textures while making this arrangement. I hope you like it! Sheet Music can be found here: Beauty and the Beast Sheet Music. For more free sheet music, try this page. Tale as old as time. Song as old as rhyme. Beauty and the... Continue Reading →
Free sheet music download of my newest piece "Morning in Paris"! Click HERE. If you record yourself playing it, post a link to the video in the comments and I will share it here on Smiles in the Sky! Or leave a comment to say you downloaded it. (Those make me happy too.) If you... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/3QBIBOsQ0zw For free sheet music, click on the link below: Remember Me Sheet Music If you like this, you might also like "Let it Go" from Frozen: https://smilesinthesky.wordpress.com/?s=let+it+go Find more free sheet music HERE. If you make a video of yourself playing this piece, put a link in the comments and I will post... Continue Reading →
I made this simple arrangement of themes from John Powell's score for Dreamworks' How to Train Your Dragon for one of my piano students recently. I hope you enjoy it. Click Here to download: Theme_from_How_To_Train_Your_Dragon -M.M.
Preludium — (n.) a prelude, an opening, an introduction (in music and literature); a preparation, a sign of things to come. Download Sheet Music for Preludium Here One Page Condensed Sheet Music for Preludium Here - M.M.
I loved J.K. Rowling's most recent film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Naturally, I loved the music and as soon as I got home from the theatre started a google quest. Despite my best searching efforts as well as hours of Youtube research yielded no good arrangements of the best themes from the movie.... Continue Reading →
Credit: kyotokid.deviantart.com One of my favorite composers is Claude Debussy. I recorded his piece "La cathédrale engloutie" [the swalowed/engulfed/sunken cathedral]. I hope you like it. Click the link below to listen to download the audio. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0By2Jaqrpo1ywOXMxZ2hscEVDT0k/edit?usp=sharing The piece tells the story of an ancient catheral that rises up out of the sea (or possibly a swamp... Continue Reading →
credit: tasteofomi.deviantart.com "The Writer" is a piano waltz I composed. Originally, it was titled the "Elipses Waltz" because of the reoccuring "dot dot dot" motif. (. . .) Below you can find links to the pdf sheet music as well as a rough audio recording of the piece. The Writer [PDF Sheet music] The Writer [mp3... Continue Reading →