The Double-Decker Couch – Part Three, Gatekeepers and the A-flat

Gatekeepers and the A-flat Sometimes I worry that listening to gatekeepers is dangerous. I don’t want to get sucked into “kleptomentia”—the unintentional stealing of ideas.[1] How can creative ideas be original if they come from someone else? Isn’t the point of creativity to break free of societal norms? If you feel this way too, you... Continue Reading →

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“Remember Me” from Disney Pixar’s Coco

  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.

La Cathédrale Engloutie

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 →

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