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Bruce Kiwi Morgan Singer Songwriter from Auckland New Zealand
Bruce Kiwi Morgan
You name it all types of Music
Hi to everyone out there for 2018. Welcome to my page and also a big thank you for all the encouraging messages and to those who have purchased my music, Just email me if you need any information. Here's the location of my music .Sincere regards Bruce Kiwi Morgan
Bruce Kiwi Morgan
A Mixed Song Selection
New Orchestral music from New Zealand
Two songs of interest. "The Treaty of Waitangi" a national song for the day."Auckland" a Song for Auckland city, There are lyrics for these songs. Any Orchestra or Group who may be interested to sing or perform this music please contact me.
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Some history about Bruce Kiwi Morgan
At the age of six I had my first experience with music my mother gave me a ukulele and a friend of my elder brother Bill Jones gave me some lessons I can still remember the tuning sequence (my dogs got fleas).
My Dad was musical and showed me how to play the harmonica and accordion, At 8 Mum enrolled me at the Petone convent for piano and classical music and singing study. At 12 years old I had tuition in modern music and learned chord system based music by Bruce Cook And during the years 8-12 was part of a touring concert party playing in Stan Preston’s Harmonica Band.
While studying at the Hutt Valley Memorial Technical College I was in the choir and orchestra and tried the violin and flute and we used to practice the hallelujah chorus from Handel’s Messiah for the annual concert at the Wellington town hall also played piano at pubs and rugby clubs at Petone and moved to live in Birkenhead Auckland in 1962. At 35 I learned to play Keyboards and electronic organ and at 45 became interested in composing and song writing I have written many songs including Classical, Christian, Country, Rock, New Zealand music, Easy listening.
I’ve been a member of NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association) U.S.A. APRA New Zealand since 1985. At 46 years old I began learning how to record music and started with a 2 track tape recorder next a Fostex 4 track then progressed to Cakewalk and Digidesign Session 8 and Jammer Professional. And for the past 20 years have been using and studying Steinburg Cubase midi and audio recording system and are currently using Cubase Proffesional.
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