If you’ve never watched or listened to music being composed for a movie soundtrack – watch this video. Is there a move? No, but you think there must be, somewhere, just waiting for this original composition.
The Ebb and Flow of the talented Terry Leigh Britton’s imagination are soothing, dramatic, uplifting, toe-tapping and simply beautiful as he expresses himself in each section of this work of art.
One of my favorite things to do on a daily basis is listening to Terry Leigh Britton compose beautiful music – live – every day at 11:30 am Central. Yes, weekends too.
His playlists on his YouTube Channel are developed into categories based on the type of music he composes that day. The one I’m sharing from today is Music With Words and Pictures.
Notice the floating image of the artist as he controls multiple keyboards. Fascinating.
The pictures shown during this episode are by “The Maestro’s” longtime friend Trisa Fairchild and add so much to your listening pleasure.
I’ve never experienced a combination of images coupled with originally composed music. It’s a natural combination for enjoyment and relaxation in this particular episode.
In my opinion, this is a sterling example of learning to use a natural talent, music composition, in conjunction with another natural talent, photography, producing a most enjoyable result for social media distribution on YouTube.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. If you do, consider Subscribing and click the reminder bell so you won’t miss Terry daily. Sharing it out to your friends and family is also much appreciated by the artist as well.
I’m not a YouTuber. You may not be either. I have a channel that before today was in the name of my blog. I used it to practice my video magic (there is none – exaggeration to make a point) and comment on other’s videos and sometimes during Google Hangout on Air presentations. Only. All videos there are private and unlisted.
How frustrating for YouTube to constantly ask me to change my channel name and connect it to my G+ profile. That’s not what I wanted so ignored the insistent demand.
Now I realize that if I don’t make and accept the necessary changes, I am unable to properly comment and take part in a Hangout. Yesterday, I was ask a question directly by the Hangout presenter and ask to answer in the comments. The presenter thought I’d refused to answer. Ugh!
Even if you’re not an active YouTuber but you have an account, you need to be aware of the consequences of not following whatever direction Google/YouTube is taking us. Click on the image below to find out more.
I don’t like it but I found it necessary because I’m interested in Google Hangouts, how they work and want the information Hangouts offer.
Be sure to check all your settings and the channel is viewed as you wish.