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Composer (MIDI)

Stephen L. Martin (1978-)

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Stephen L. Martin

My interest in composition began when I was about five. I loved to 'play' on the piano - mainly improvisation as I couldn't read notes well. I remember I was always attracted to particular keys and chords, the mysterious tri-tone among others. This was encouraged much by my parents who were, themselves, amateur musicians.

Entering a period of fascination with the guitar in my early teens — due in part to its popularity with that age group (and, for a brief time, playing the saxophone) — I was throughout an avid singer, performing both as a soloist and choral member. It wasn't until my mid teens that I dropped all my other hobbies and pursued classical music in earnest. It has since then been an ever-present fixture of my life. Though I am probably not a great composer, I have an unquenchable thirst to compose and to learn more about composition. I am sincerely grateful for those who find enjoyment in the results of my efforts and I'll work at providing new, and hopefully better pieces here.

Stephen Martin


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