I am always working on new music, either writing, arranging, recording, mixing, transcribing, practicing, etc. I am currently enrolled at ThinkSpace to pursue a Master of Fine Arts in Game Music and Audio. Thus I have been writing a lot of game-style music, much of which you can find on my soundcloud page: www.soundcloud.com/tfbremer. This is the most current music I have been writing. Here is my stream:
I scored the short film, Voyage To The Moon, from 1902 for a fun project. Here's the result:
I also have three albums of original music that I recorded with friends. All of this music was written and recorded from 2010-2013.
Great Stone Stories is my third album, released September 22, 2013 at the Des Plaines Theatre, in Des Plaines, IL. The album is a collection of Native American folktales set to my unique brand of progressive pop/rock. Highly listenable, the album appeals to all ages and a wide variety of tastes.
Set in a 2-act format, complete with a full orchestral overture and entr'acte, the album is in story style with the Great Stone providing narrations that provide additional explainations of the stories. The primary band features a variety of instruments seldom heard in combination: flute, violin, viola, trombone, mallet percussion, guitars, bass, drums, and up to three singers on some tracks. More info (including lyrics) can be found here: Great Stone Stories
"The Multitude" is my first vocal album. It is a collection of songs from a variety of varying perspectives, very few of them my own. I took it as an opportunity to explore some ideas and worldviews that I don't typically hold.
"Altitudes and Catari Ariyasaccani" is my first album. It's two pieces, based on the philosophy of Ken Wilber and the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism, respectively.
Here's an original I wrote for Concert Band and Drum Set Solo:
And here's an original I wrote for big band: