Treehenge Circle
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The Treehenge Circle has inspired a number of musicians, including Iannin and Logran of Tuatha, and Themon the Bard, composer of the Missa Druidica and other works.

The following works are shared with copyright-holders' permission.


Fantasy #1 in A by Joseph C. Nemeth
I never knew what to call this thing, so it ended up being called a "fantasy." It was my favorite, until Fantasy #2 came along... Performed on a Roland XV-88, using Cakewalk.
Fantasy #2 in A by Joseph C. Nemeth
Scored for guitar, piano, oboe, and small chamber orchestra. Performed on an iMac, using Cuebase 6 and Garritan Personal Orchestra.
Fugue in g by Joseph C. Nemeth
A fine fugue, if you like organ fugues. If not, you might want to skip this one. Performed on a Roland XV-88, using Cakewalk.
Funeral March by Joseph C. Nemeth
Indigo Jazz Flower by Joan Wells
Interview with Iannin by unknown
Paul's Waltz by Joseph C. Nemeth
Named for my oldest son, who once pronounced, "Now that's a proper orchestration." It was actually my first attempt at full orchestration on a synth. Performed on an iMac, using Cuebase 6 and Garritan Personal Orchestra.
Piano Concerto #1
Piano Concerto #1 in f, 1st movement by Joseph C. Nemeth
This took a while to write. Performed on a Roland XV-88, using Cakewalk.
Piano Concerto #1 in f, 2nd movement by Joseph C. Nemeth
Performed on a Roland XV-88, using Cakewalk.
Piano Concerto #1 in f, 3rd movement by Joseph C. Nemeth
Performed on a Roland XV-88, using Cakewalk.
Sarum by Joseph C. Nemeth

The inspiration for Sarum comes from the idea of "Culdee Christianity," the blend of ancient Druidry and Christianity which existed (perhaps mythically) during the period between the Roman withdrawal from Britain in the 400's, and the return of Roman missionaries in the 800's. Picture a nighttime, outdoor High Mass like nothing you have ever seen before: a Summer Solstice mass, with a procession of Celtic warrior-monks carrying torches, attended by ranks of mortal humans, beasts of the field, and the Faerie, deep within the sacred groves near the ocean...

The words are "Dona eis requiem ex mundani operis. Requiescat in pace, et in lux perpetua." It is intended to say "Rest from your earthly labors. Rest in peace, and in perpetual light." Errors in the Latin are to be laid at the feet of Google Translate.

Performed on an iMac using Cuebase 6 and Garritan Personal Orchestra with East-West Symphonic Choirs.

Sherilyn's Song by Joseph C. Nemeth
Fun piece with fond memories. Shortly after my divorce, I became enamoured with a much younger woman, but I kept my distance. She inspired this piece, and I had the pleasure of giving it to her as a completely unexpected gift. Performed on a Roland XV-88, using Cakewalk.
Stephen's Song by Joseph C. Nemeth
Named for my youngest son, who loved the piece when he was a wee lad. Performed on a Roland XV-88, using Cakewalk.
Study in Seven by Joseph C. Nemeth
An experiment in keeping up a seven-count arpeggiation. While mostly a technical exercise in composition, it turned out to be quite tuneful. Performed on a Roland XV-88, using Cakewalk.