Tag: Dustin O’Halloran

Dustin O'Halloran: An Ending, a Beginning | fingerstyle guitar

Dustin O’Halloran: An Ending, a Beginning | fingerstyle guitar + TAB

Free download of this performance on SoundCloud. Dustin O’Halloran might be my favorite composer next to Gustavo Santaolalla. Chances are you’ve heard his music and just didn’t realize it. He was nominated for an Oscar, and a Golden Globe for Lion (2016). That music was written […]

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Ammonite: Fossils | fingerstyle guitar

Ammonite: Fossils | fingerstyle guitar + TAB

Fossils Free download of this performance on SoundCloud. I have long been a massive fan of Dustin O’Halloran’s music. Both his solo material, film work, and (side project) A Winged Victory for the Sullen. His music has a tenderness that is unmistakable. I don’t know […]

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A Christmas Carol (2019): theme | fingerstyle guitar

A Christmas Carol (2019): theme | fingerstyle guitar + TAB

A Christmas Carol (2019) Free download on SoundCloud. “What was the purpose of our gross accumulation?” – Jacob Marley A Christmas Carol (2019) is a British miniseries (starring Guy Pearce) based on the 1843 novella of the same name by Charles Dickens. It aired on […]

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we move lightly

Dustin O’Halloran: We Move Lightly for guitar + TAB

We Move Lightly Free MP3 Download on SoundCloud. This has always been one of my favorite pieces by Dustin O’Halloran, who is among best contemporary composers. I performed We Move Lightly on years ago on this blog, but I wanted to do a refreshed performance. […]

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LION (2016): Theme for guitar + TAB

I’m very excited to see this movie. Lion is an inspirational true story: A little boy, Saroo, errantly falls asleep on a train which takes him thousands of miles across India, away from home and family. Saroo is eventually adopted by a loving Australian couple. […]

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Breathe In

Breathe In: Coda (Dustin O’Halloran) fingerstyle guitar

How to Play Coda for classical guitar, by Dustin O’Halloran, from the Breath In original score I love this one. In many cases the post-classical genre follows the simple formula of: a single compelling chord progression with evolving layers of melodies.  In this regard — Max Richter, Dustin […]

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