She's got blisters on her fingers, and she loves every second of it. Maria Wilson plays classical, finger-style guitar that's 'Out-of-this-world' incredible. With musical chops that rival Antoine Dufour and Gareth Pearson, Wilson lays it all down on the neck of her fretted companion, and makes those strings sing songs without need for words. Let Maria Wilson's tunes take you on a melodic adventure through the world of classical guitar; she might just blow your mind!
Acoustic fingerpicking piece. Starts off like a very young child learning how to walk, then gradually finding momentum and exploring this great big world through all it's ups, downs, twists, and turns.
A reflective piece with strong emotional flow. Conjures up visions of walking down a deserted beach, driving through the country, or sitting on a mountain as the autumn leaves fall and the sun rises or sets!
Acoustic guitar/violin based piece with a Arabian desert/snake charmer feel to it. Good for driving scenes, themes involving an enchanter or enchantress, or documentaries involving our slithering little reptiles
A gentle guitar ballad that conjures up feelings of reflection and contentment. Good for a scene where a character is embracing a bright future, looking into their past, or walking next to a babbling brook as they experience natures beauty and solitude.
Mellow finger-style guitar treatment, gives the impression of someone travelling in the country. Gives off the feeling of someone going away from home for a long time. Good for open road cross country driving scenes.
A syncopated percussion pattern sets the mood as menacing chords begin to poke through. Eventually things really take off as an aggressive and swift strumming pattern emerges, and Mr. Hyde is off on his quest for revenge!
This piece has a real Hoe Down feel to it. Perfect for scenes up in the mountains or out in the sticks. Especially good for hoe down/country gathering scenes with the band strumming hard on their guitars and folks dancing like there was no tomorrow. Would also work for chases or running from something or someone!
Airy, uplifting theme with a "Champagne Supernova" (Oasis) feel. Good for documentaries, emotional "crossroads of life", scenes involving travel, or commercials/cues for airline, train, cruise, or travel agencies.