Category: Evan Handyside

In Grace, Evan Handyside

In Grace – Evan Handyside (Ambient, World guitar) + TAB

Every post since July 2018 has (and will have) a free MP3 Download available on SoundCloud. Listening is an underrated form of practice. Making these songs a part of playlist is a good idea. Special thanks Sedona based photographer/guitarist Derek von Briesen for the photo. […]

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Spanish Arpeggios and Trills (étude for guitar) + TAB

étude Free MP3 download on SoundCloud An étude is a short musical composition designed as an exercise to improve a specific technique or demonstrate a particular skill. This arpeggio exercise was a section from a mediocre song I wrote years ago. However, I feel this […]

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Broken Noons Trailer Theme (score by Evan Handyside) + TAB

Broken Noons I’m so happy to share with you the trailer for my first film score, Broken Noons. Broken Noons is a short film written and directed by Guillermo L. Vázquez, and stars actress Josi Lage. The score was written and recorded by (yours truly) Evan […]

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Alejandro Suite – Evan Handyside (guitar theme inspired by Sicario) + TAB

Alejandro Suite (inspired by Sicario) Free MP3 Download on SoundCloud. Alejandro Suite is available everywhere, including: Apple Music  &  Spotify Like you, Sicario is one of my top 5 movies of all time. The initial music by the late Johann Johannsson (and the subsequent Hildur […]

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Unrequited Love – Evan Handyside (ambient, world guitar) + TAB

Unrequited Love When I write music, put my hands on the guitar to see what happens. After I get two or three notes, I execute what I hear in my head, and follow that thread until completion. It’s hard for me to get away from […]

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Remembrance – Evan Handyside (Americana, ambient guitar) + TAB

Remembrance I wrote Remembrance because I love invoking sentiment and nostalgia with music — though, for some reason, I hate sentiment and nostalgia in real life. This winter, I’ve been thinking about my type-A, workaholic self — my real personality is literally the polar opposite […]

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The First Noel for guitar (Jeff Buckley vibe) + TAB

The First Noel I love Christmas and holiday music. For The First Noel I wanted to reimagine it in the vibe of Jeff Buckley’s Hallelujah. I capoed the 5th fret as Buckley does, and I also added a few other parts — an intro and […]

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Tin Can: easy bluegrass guitar + TAB

Tin Can I wrote this song for a film I was working on last year. (I was let go of the project.) However, I kept all of the music to release on my blog and SoundCloud. Even though the film didn’t work out for me, […]

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Slow Dance – Evan Handyside (Americana, ambient guitar) + TAB

“The wonderful thing about the creative process is that it connects you with an energy drive beyond the world. It allows you to go beyond time and space. This creative step is a place of enlightenment, of maximum energy where all notion of space and […]

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Awaken – Evan Handyside (ambient, contemporary guitar) + TAB

Awaken With Awaken, I just kept it simple, and followed the melody in my head. The reason for the title, is that I was taking an afternoon nap with my 2 year-old son, and literally dreamed the melody. I awoke, and ran to my office […]

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One Hand Raised – Evan Handyside (ambient, post-rock guitar) + TAB

One Hand Raised I’m still in the swing (pardon the pun) of creating sports theme pieces. I have a couple of potential film projects in the works. I can’t really say more than that because, in all honesty, I haven’t formerly gotten either gig yet. […]

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Victory: (ambient, driving acoustic guitar) by Evan Handyside + TAB

V I C T O R Y Victory continues a writing experiment that began with my song On Hallowed Ground: sports themed music in the vein of Friday Night Lights and Moneyball. My music, of course, sounds nothing like these film scores, but I used […]

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