First ever physical sale at With a Joyful Noise!! I have been behind in promoting new releases, so there are a couple of books out that I’ve not announced yet on the site or social media. But, these are included in the sale! You can get the books for 20% off, CDs for 10% off.
Purchase the books here.
Purchase the CDs here.
I absolutely love the “Glo-o-o-o-o-ria” in “Angels we Have Heard on High!” When my sister/student requested this one for recital, I was more than happy to oblige her and arrange it for piano and violin.
What is your favorite element of a Christmas carol?
|Sheet music available at With a Joyful Noise|
Last year, I rush-recorded a piano solo album in time for Christmas. This year, it’s ready for ordering! Sign up to claim your copy now!! (CDs should be available to ship at the end of November) CDs are $12 each plus $3 shipping and handling (USA only–don’t worry, it will be available on digital platforms internationally in a few weeks).
The title song was composed by my sister, Elizabeth. Listen to it on YouTube!
It’s the time of year (and beyond) when I’m working on Christmas recital pieces with my students! I absolutely love this time of year! Here is a piece that I arranged for one of my girls.
I’m super excited — not only has the Lord allowed me to record my first Christmas album, but I also have it ready in time to offer it to everyone for FREE until Monday! Sign up to reserve your copy here. Then, share the gift with someone else. 🙂
The title song, “Christmas is (a Gift)” was composed by my sister, Elizabeth Tero. It is such a beautiful song, but the full meaning comes in when you combine the lyrics with the melody. Here it is on YouTube with the words:
This one was fun to arrange. It’s a slightly different style than I have really done before. Given the haunting reflection of the words, the arrangement is more meandering, wandering.
Sheet music is available here.
I’m excited to introduce my first published violin/piano duet!
Find the sheet music on WAJN.
Also, if you’re not following me on YouTube, last week I did another first: some piano impromptu videos. I need to work a little on mastering even impromptu.