I’ve decided to start recording, filming and releasing free improvisations for solo guitar as a way to provide as much content as possible while hoping to expose more people to classical guitar improvisation and classical improvisation as a whole. Many great composers were also remarkable improvisors on their instrument from Bach to Liszt and beyond, yet very few people think of improvisation when they think of older western styles. Improvisation is a vital part of any living music and with any luck it will once again make it’s way into formal classical training.
That’s right, Dim Bloom score is now available along with all my other scores for free.
What’s the catch? The catch is I want your email. So, I’ve made it so the only way to get to the download page is through a welcome email.
If you’ve already signed up for my Email let me know and I’ll make sure you can get to the page. Message me on Instagram/Facebook/Reddit for the quickest response.
**bookmark the scores download page once you get it because it is not posted anywhere.**
Now that the important stuff is out of the way, check out my new video of Reflections in the Rain! I’m loving my new mic, the MOTIV 51 by Shure. It makes portable recording/streaming high quality audio video a breeze.
You can now download for free a score with both notes and TABs for my arrangement of Mendelssohn’s Confidence from one of his Songs Without Words collections. If you want to hear what it sounds like I got you covered!
Either click here: Scores – Oliver Waterman (oliverwatermanmusic.com)
or go to the scores tab of my website to see all available scores. My arrangements will always be free but my compositions are usually around $1.99 a score. My scores for sale are also on Sheet Music Plus and Score Exchange.
I’ve begun my journey of exploring some of my favorite songs and pieces. For starters I chose a piece that also happens to be a song.
Last spring in my form and analysis class, I was able to chose this song out of the rest of the collection of op. 19 and instantly fell in love. I was also intrigued by how it seemed like it could be a very fitting piece for the guitar.
After completing the assignment I worked on it until it became polished and included it in my repertoire for my senior recital.
This is just the beginning. I have a dream theater song arranged for guitar already and I’ll be releasing more videos of my performances, as well as updating them with sheet music and tabs of my arrangements. Thanks for listening.