If you wish to see examples of my engraving/editorial work, please check out the following publications. I’m sorry to say I don’t have links for all of the composers’ works I’ve engraved, but here a few notables:
The Sibelius blog re-posted an interview I did for a Swiss film music magazine, written by Basil Boehni, regarding Howard Shore The Lord of the Rings Trilogy live-to-projection concerts. This article provides insight into my work process when creating live-to-projection performances. For those amongst you who consider yourself a LOTR fan, then you might check out the following items:
Howard Shore The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring – The Complete Recordings
Howard Shore The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers – The Complete Recordings
Howard Shore The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King – The Complete Recordings
(NB: I’ve linked the above CR recordings to Amazon.com, for simplicity’s sake only.)
I was very privileged to engrave three historically significant critical editions of 20th century master composer, Béla Bartók:
Peter Bartók was one of my first, and very brave, clients. Computer music typography, at the time was a new technology, and he saw the future of preserving his father’s compositions via this tech. He and his editor, Nelson Dellamaggiore, were generous with their expertise and I enjoyed the challenge of creating the above editions to their exacting standards.
Other wonderful compositions, engraved by yours truly, include:
The various above books were engraved thanks to a great working relationship with the software creator. We worked with him to improve the input of Hindi text (for the Rouse), as well as input of guitar tablature notation for the various Hal Leonard publications. A win-win for the software creator (a more feature-rich software) and us, the end users (better service for our clients!).
More recent textbooks, originally published under the Warner Bros. Publications imprint, now published by Alfred Music:
For those of you curious bunnies wishing to see my creative, composing talent, here’s an arrangement for brass quintet and wind ensemble of Johann Strauss’ Radetzky March, Op. 228.
Still want more? Awright, I’ve got thick skin, so send me a scribble.