Category: Post Classical

The Light Between Oceans

The Light Between Oceans: In the Beginning (Sean Redmond) for guitar + TAB

I first heard In the Beginning in the trailer for The Light Between Oceans, starring Michael Fassbender. The composer is London based, Sean Redmond: a singer/songwriter turned orchestral composer. Sean Redmond’s debut 2013 orchestral album, Something More, led him to become a fairly in demand […]

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Jonsi and Alex: Shooting Stars | fingerstyle guitar

Excuse my haggard look in the video — I have a 12 week old infant son. Not much sleep — or anything happening — unless it directly involves him. Somehow I manage to turn out a post each week, but it’s definitely tough as there’s […]

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The Theory of Everything

The Theory of Everything: The Whirling Ways of Stars That Pass

(Note: The Whirling Ways of Stars That Pass is my premium content.) How to play The Whirling Ways of Stars That Pass by Johann Johannsson At the time of this writing, Johann Johannson has just won a Golden Globe award for his The Theory of […]

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Penny Dreadful

Penny Dreadful: How to play Demimonde | fingerstyle guitar

“We should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche Give your mind a break. Play guitar. It is critical to play guitar at least once a day. If anything, to give your mind a break while […]

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Theme from Fargo

Fargo (FX): theme for guitar

Fargo’s composer, Jeff Russo, is also a guitarist and founding member of the late 90’s rock band, Tonic. In case you’re too young to remember, Tonic was a Grammy nominated, multi-platinum selling band — who had a string of hit singles from 1996 onward. Jeff […]

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Vladimir's Blues by Max Richter

The Leftovers: How to Play Vladimir’s Blues for guitar (Max Richter)

“Play is the highest form of research.” ― Albert Einstein I’m interested in HBO’S new series, The Leftovers, so naturally I wanted to find out what the music was all about. I knew Max Richter was composing the score, but I wanted to hear, and […]

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