It’s still Wednesday, so there was some time for me to record a katauta.
This is another vocal-only piece. Given how certain life changes have caused me to have less recording time, I could only churn this out and it reflects in this poem. I still have to make my goal though.
I also realized that I’m 1/4 of the way done with this project!
Life has been rough and hectic these past couple of weeks which I won’t get into.
I wasn’t able to write and record a katauta until about an hour ago, so I did a vocal only piece as it was storming (and still is at the time of this post) an hour ago.
Pardon my hastiness.
Here’s another quick percussion based poem where I use some bongos this time.
Here’s another acapella Katauta where I sing near the bottom of my range.
Oh, out of tune piano…we meet again to make music.
I busted out the Stylophone for this brief katauta.
I was lacking in time, so I did something acapella for this katauta. At least it’s something new.
I did another percussion based piece despite some audio issues.
I can’t believe I did it. I busted out the ukulele on this one.
My mind is still boggled by this decision to make minimalist music under the Ospreyshire name with one of the happiest sounding instruments ever made.
Oh, the things I do for whoever bothers to watch or listen…
Week 4 already? Well…time for me to bust out the omnichord that I’ve used in a few songs.
This is one of the saddest katauta that I’ve written, but I had to get it out there.