I have just uploaded my most recent app to the iTunes app store for approval and sale. The app combines two pieces of music I wrote specifically for it, drifting away and falling upwards with some simple visual prompts which guide the user through a series of muscle activities which promote relaxation.
I’ve been using the procedure myself since I heard it described on the radio many, many years ago as “Saying goodnight to my toes …” or similar.
Except at times of extreme duress, exams I’ve not properly prepared for, family illnesses and such, it’s always worked for me.
You can read about it here should you wish.
A rather unimaginatively titled piece about the conversations between birds as the day wakes and the green shoots turn their faces to the warming sun. I’m open to suggestions as to a better title.
This is the companion to The Vessel of all Counted Sorrows
This is one of two pieces I’ve just finished which are bookends / alternative renderings / companion pieces which I started as an experiment to see which I liked best, and liked both so here they are.
The freezing Baltic wind appears to have gone, taking the clouds with it and we have sunshine for the first time in a month or so, most welcome. Not only have the bird’s beaks unfrozen enough for them to sing again, but a pheasant has taking to doing morning and evening walking tours of the front garden which is novel but surprisingly cheering.
I’m doing a bit of spring cleaning on SoundCloud and have added two new songs, which I’ll post here as well.