Inspired by the "Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too" episode of Black Mirror. Sheet music for this arrangement is available here: https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/21322467
This "blues" is based on an unusual 8-note scale containing these notes: E-F-G-A#-B-C-C#-D-E, so although it has a 12-bar structure, the chords are a bit strange.
Sheet music for this weird "blues" is available here: https://pianopronto.com/composers-community/stacy-fahrion/stacy-fahrion-sideways-blues/
Jump in the River is an etude featuring 4 against 5 polyrhythms. It begins and ends in Eb Lydian, and is in C minor in between. The title is a phrase I heard recently. It was mentioned in reference to imagining the music is already flowing and you're just joining in, in order to start at the correct tempo. To me, the idea of jumping into flowing waters is a beautiful and multilayered metaphor that applies to overcoming fear and anxiety and not holding yourself back from doing the things you long to do, even if those things scare you. Like entering the Tiny Desk Contest.
My solo piano arrangement of another favorite Leonard Cohen song, Take This Waltz. Sheet music for this arrangement is available here: https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/take-this-waltz-digital-sheet-music/21147824
So excited to post this collaboration with the fabulous Rachael Teixeira! Find out more about Rachael here: https://www.rachaelteixeira.com/
The Lovelorn Lobster is a song from 1897 with lyrics by Joseph W. Herbert. I wrote original music to his poignant lyrics about love between a lobster and a piscatorial maiden going terribly awry. A timeless, classic song for Valentine’s Day, or any occasion.
Composed by Stacy Fahrion, and performed by Rachael Teixeira, vocals, and Stacy Fahrion, piano.
Sheet music for this silly song about love between a lobster and a maiden going terribly awry is free today, February 8th! https://pianopronto.com/composers-community/stacy-fahrion/stacy-fahrion-the-lovelorn-lobster/
I am incredibly excited to share this, and honored that Rachael agreed to sing this piece. I can’t say enough about what a fantastic musician Rachael is; she blew me away with her wonderful interpretation. Written by Stacy Fahrion/Whimsically Macabre (ASCAP). Performed by Rachael Teixeira and Stacy Fahrion. Awesome background vocals added by Rachael Teixeira. Find out more about Rachael here: https://www.rachaelteixeira.com/