A Stream Without End is an etude I composed for the guitar that focuses on a right hand arpeggio (p, i, a) that repeats throughout the entire song. The piece was inspired by memories from childhood when we lived right next to a stream. I remember sitting there watching things float down the stream (like leaves). From my vantage point I couldn’t see the beginning of the stream nor the end of the stream.
This is an arrangement for classical/fingerstyle guitar of the Lux Aeterna from the movie, Requiem for a Dream. The movie came out in 2000 and it starred Ellen Burstyn, Jared Leto and Jennifer Connelly.
This is one of my favorite movie themes of all-time. Enjoy!
Handel’s Water Music consists of three orchestral suites he composed that was first played in 1717. For this arrangement I am using a theme from one of them. Handel was a contemporary of Bach. In fact, they were born in the same year. Unlike Bach, Handel, during his lifetime, was a very well-known and financially successful composer.
Here is my arrangement of the theme song from, SpongeBob SquarePants, for classical guitar. SpongeBob is one of my favorite cartoons and I will always sit down and watch anytime my kids are watching the show.
(Click on the picture for the score/tab)