Hello! How are you? I wrote a song this week that I would absolutely love to share with you. It’s called “More To A Girl Than A Mirror” or “Mirrors,” depending on if you want a mouthful or not. This song was one of my first attempts at a broadway-type song, with wacky chords and a wide melody range. I had a ton of fun writing it, and even made a […]
Hey, Folks! What’s your favorite thing about this week so far? When we were camping as a family in Texas, I bought a ukelele to use as a small and portable (and adorable!) instrument. I have found it to meet all of those requirements! I’d love to share a song that I wrote with it, called “Everybody Needs A Uke.” The song was written in about thirty minutes, because I basically recorded […]
My cousin Claire and I wrote this silly parody using an ingenious game she created. She drew two papers out of bag filled with options, one with a Christmas song and one with a topic. All that was left was to put the two together. Here’s what we came up with! We hope it brings a smile to your face. 🙂
Hello, dear readers! How has your December been going? This quick and wacky post is composed of a few Christmas-y things I wanted to share, jumbled together in a holly jolly pile of miscellanea.
This is one of my most favorite broadway songs–I adore the lively lyrics and memorable melody, and would love to sing it for you!
Hello! I wanted to share a diverting little music video that my cousin, Claire, Micah, and I put together. The song is called “When Your Feet Don’t Touch The Ground,” from the Broadway musical “Finding Neverland.”
This is a bit from a song I’ve written called “Help You Fight.” I hope it encourages you! Lyrics: Words mean nothing If they aren’t what people feel
Here’s a little excerpt of the song I wrote on our move down to South Carolina. Be forewarned – it’s rather sad.
Hello, and Howdy! How are you? I’m here with the last track of the conglomeration series.
Howdy, Folks! How’re you doing? I’m here with a continuation of my little three-part series, “A Musical Conglomeration.” If you’d like to hear the tunes that debuted in my last post, you can check them out here. As mentioned in Part I, I made these tracks in Garage Band for my sister, Anna, to write songs to. Everything but the drums (which are a track) comes straight from my piano!