"Hi Danielle! I listened to your song "Photo Booth" and thought it was lovely (although I wish I could've heard the lyrics a bit better, could you post?) The bridge was especially intriguing and the chords added a welcome bit of…"
A lot of my favourite musicals focus on either historical events or figures (e.g. Bonnie and Clyde, Les Mis, etc.). I was wondering if anyone had any ideas of true stories set in the past that could fit the musical medium well? For example, one idea could be setting it around the time of the suffragettes in the 20th century.I'd love to hear what people come up with!See More
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Composing / Arranging, Music Theory, Songwriting / Writing Lyrics
My musical instrument(s):
Guitar, Piano / keyboard, Voice
My favorite artists, influences, and inspirations are:
Kerrigan-Lowdermilk, Pasek and Paul, Drew Gasparini, Regina Spektor, Jason Robert Brown, etc.
More about me:
Aspiring novelist, composer-lyricist, sunriser, dreamer, and the biggest poetastrophe you'll ever meet. I wrote my first song when I was seven and have written 75+ since, including a one-act musical that is currently in the process of being put on at my school.
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Hi Danielle! I listened to your song "Photo Booth" and thought it was lovely (although I wish I could've heard the lyrics a bit better, could you post?) The bridge was especially intriguing and the chords added a welcome bit of mystery. The pitch seemed to gain a lot of confidence as it went along. Hope you will check out the songwriting activities here!