||Theme music for the stage play "Gumbo," set in a misty, strange
||Moving Chicago theme
||A gentle melody setting the mood for the poetry/visual feast
of "Moving Chicago". Comfortable and easy harmonies sit well with
this slic American city.
||draft music for a documentary film with the Knysna forests as
||a fine meal
||a jazzy rhythm that pushes one forward is carried by three jolting
piano hands and an intruding clarinet, just like the energy and
satisfaction gained from enjoying a fine meal..
||he can dance
||a quirky organ sound leads a jumpy, jazzy, jocular beat - set
to a poem about a man that could really move his body
||piano improvisation (and added cello pizzicato) with the tango
beat as motive
||muffles jazz for a smokey bar setting and late-night intoxicated
||There was a young lady from Krakov
||recored for the play "On the Lake" by Reza de Wet. she wanted
a slavic-sounding "boat song"
||music for a student presentation poems, this one to a languid
contemplative Shakespeare, going over into a rapper rendition
of the same poem
||From the album entitled "Lisa Moods". The sweeping sound of
the plucked strings moves over a simple harmonic bass accompanying
a lyrical higher melody.
||the stream outside
||piano improvisation with jazz and blues inflections.
||arrangement of a Xhosa-inspired motive given by singer Nolufefe
||even though the padding sounds can hardly render "all of a swing,"
it does provide an easy-goin bed for a swinging and sliding nose
flute.. From the album entitled "Lisa Moods". The meditative sounds
of the voices lures one into a somnambulistic state - concentration
and left brain thought are lulled into a deep sleep.
||a very standard african groove cycle, in my own piano-way, plus,
well ja, a couple of orchestral additions
||Nolufefe Mtshabe brought another Xhosa-inspired melody motive.
some might think this arrangement is far from African, yet there
is more to Africa than just commercialized jibes