Never too old

In one of those moments when you just get a wisp of inspiration listening to a moving piece of music, this quite atmospheric classical/orchestral composition came together for me.  The track is made up of four distinct movements whilst all contained within 4 minutes running time, so easy to listen to if you’re pushed for time.

I decided on the title of the track after someone said to me recently that “even at your age you can still do something new.”

So, considering I’m nearly 47 years old, I hope you like this piece of music and please take a moment to feed back on the blog about this or any of the tracks featured.

This track was written, arranged and produced by Richard Lawson in March 2010

Copyright © 2009 Lean Into The Light, ℗ 2009 Lean Into The Light.

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Published in: on 30/03/2010 at 09:09  Comments (5)  
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  1. Hugely impressive. It might take 47 years to get this good of a ‘tune’. Do more of this, I smell commercial potential. No, I take that back, ‘Nothing Above My Shoulders but the Evening’ wasn’t a huge seller. Never mind, do more of this.

  2. A very mature-sounding contemporary classical track, which would fit perfectly in a soundtrack. Terrific job!

  3. Beautiful arrangement with wonderful sounds, and of course a wonderful melody and atmosphere. Reminds me of something Enya would have done. My only gripe would be that it is far too short…

  4. Nice one, young whipper snapper 🙂

  5. Sounds almost Harry Potter -ish
    It’s lovely


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