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If you played PC games 2 decades ago, there's a chance I created its music. I'm making a new album based on some of that music & more.
If you played PC games from the early 90s, there's a chance I created its music. I'm making a new album based on some of that music & more.
If you played PC games from the early 90s, there's a chance I created its music. I'm making a new album based on some of that music & more.
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Tsunami, The Album - free download codes coming!

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Refunds Have Started - Oh, & my first music teacher is about to get a visit from me.

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Lord of the Leprechauns

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Hi Everyone,

While working on the King's Quest Suite, I thought the song I wrote for the Leprechaun King in the King's Quest VGA remake could use a little spicing up.

If you have not played KQ1 in a while, this is the scene where Graham plays an enchanted tune on the violin that ultimately results in him acquiring the scepter of Leprechaun King.

As Graham plays, the King's attendants disappear one by one (apparitions ostensibly created from an incantation), leaving behind the Leprechaun King who dances out of the cave under the spell of the tune.

Afterward, nothing remains in the cave except for Graham and the scepter.

You'll recognize the style used in this arrangement which was made popular by Lord of the Dance and Riverdance. Listen closely and you'll hear the dance steps and the claps of the dancers.

Keep in mind, this recording has not been mixed down and has not undergone any processing. It's the raw recording straight from my digital audio workstation. I wanted you to hear is just as soon as I was able to post it.

Your Music Pal

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