Doing some cool work during vacation. Writing songs…

Here are afew offerings from the vacation writings. I am finishing up several projects this year. Here are a few offerings from:

Reflets Dans le Miroir…”Reflections in the Mirror”  This album will be completely in French…with sub-titles, no worries!

 

Psalms 2 is coming along as well.

 

Doing alot with my electronic wind trio work and my album “Patronics”. Both of these are electronic albums with a classical feel with some pretty cool soundtrack stuff. Checkout my soundcloud page at:

 

Here you go: This is “Vent de Meloncholie”…or Meloncholy wind. It is orchestrated for piano, srings and flute.

 

Also : “You should have known” from ” Patronics”

 

Vent de Meloncholie

A sad song from my new album up and coming ” Les Images de ma coeur”

Source: Vent de Meloncholie

Vent de Meloncholie

A sad song from my new album up and coming ” Les Images de ma coeur”

Almost done!

The new studios are almost complete here at Highland Piano. My son Patrick and I have been working at a new facelift and two brand new studios to teach in. For two weeks now we have worked everyday…all day and night to get it done. Yesterday we taught in the new rooms. Feels good I must say. Stay tuned for pics.

 

 

Thomas Reid…five poems.

These five short poems are by Thomas Reid. Thomas is a guitar teacher in East Tennessee. Currently, he is working on an album of original songs to be released through the Highland label.There is a …

Source: Thomas Reid…five poems.

” The Forgotten Dream” is coming!

My compilation of poems is finally coming out in print and e-book form. I have been trying to put this out for over ten years! Seems impossible but it is true. I was just publishing singles all thi…

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“Waking Dream” by Patrick Lee Hebert

This is a poem from my book ” The Forgotten Dream” that is coming out soon. I remember thinking of how we often have to fight for our dreams with opposition at every corner. Never give …

Source: “Waking Dream” by Patrick Lee Hebert