produced independently by the composer. It does not come through
publishers or record companies, or in any way through the "music
industry". It is NOT
"copyright free". The copyright is strictly retained by the
composer, and all material here is offered for private use
only. See "Conditions of Use".
It is "uncharted"
in the sense of awaiting discovery, and
also of never being in the pop charts. It will appeal mainly to
the more senior age groups, who remember the tuneful sounds of the
fifties and sixties (and before). A modern electronic keyboard
has been used to realistically mimic the sounds of big bands, dance
orchestras, etc. It is a mixture of songs and instrumental pieces.
older generation today seem to be more
and more left out of the popular music scene, and it is hoped that this
may to some extent fill the gap. Radio networks and the music
industry now seem almost entirely dominated by "pop", which although
appealing to young people, can to the older listener sound like
so much discordant sceaming and wailing. (More on this in
"Remember when music was tuneful?).
is also hoped through this site to
make contact with any other
composers promoting their own music by the Internet, to exchange ideas,
and perhaps set up a network of such sites.
The contents of tune muenus 1 and 2
should make "easy listening" for a
variety of purposes. These non-vocal melodies can be compiled
into a playlist and copied onto a blank CD. As for the songs, I
am the first to admit rhat I don't have the best singing voice.
However, I have tried to get somewhere near the right note, and make
the words intelligible - something not achieved by many of today's pop
Do you prefer earlier
style easy listening to "pop" music?
As an older
listener do you feel neglected in your style of music?
Do you write or
compose in any of these styles yourself?
If so do you want
to start your own music website?
website needs to be
interactive. Please e-mail your comments and ideas to:-
(As an anti-spam precaution, the above address is not
linked. Please type it
manually onto your email form).
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