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There’s an Elephant in My Room
Brand new CD with 14 original tunes, featuring 16 of Portland's awesome-est musicians.
Paul’s debut as a singer/songwriter featuring songs of life, love, dogs, cats, topical issues, and Muhammad Ali.
One Man Guitar Festival
Paul celebrates fifty years of guitar playing with music from all phases of his career, from blues to bluegrass, Bach to Beatles, "real songs" and original compositions.
I first recorded I Hope on my 1986 Solo Man cassette, and it became a staple of my steel-string repertoire. In 1998, the gifted luthier Jeffrey Elliott built a wonderful classical guitar for me, and on this guitar, I Hope underwent a transformation.
Fourteen guitar interpretations of songs from jazz, pop, ragtime, and folk sources.
Songs from the Bay
Songs from the Bay by Paul Chasman, Featuring Doug Smith, guitar and Hamilton Cheifetz, cello. Conversations For Two Guitars by Paul Chasman, 1st guitar and Doug Smith, 2nd guitar.
Sonatas #1 and #2 for Guitar
For the first time, Paul Chasman brings his compositional skills to the classical guitar. The cd begins with Sonata No. 2. The first movement, Ode to the Big Guy, is a tribute to J.S. Bach. From there, Chasman takes the listener on an Impressionist inf
Prokofiev Piano Sonata Transcribed for Guitar by Paul Chasman
In some ways, the work of transcribing Prokofiev's Piano Sonata No.7 has been a life-long process. I grew up listening to my mother playing it on the piano, and the piece spoke to me in a powerful, mysterious way that no other piece of music ever has.
The Heavy Gauge String Band
For admirers of Paul Chasmanâ€™s music, â€śThe Heavy Gauge String Band 1973â€ť CD represents his earliest released recording, six years ahead of his first solo album. It gives a rare glimpse into an early stage of the artistâ€™s development, just at the
The Last of Us, Original Soundtrack
I have always wanted to write a film score. Over the years, many people have told me my music evokes visual images, and Iâ€™ve often thought that given the right opportunity, I could create a vivid soundscape for a film. I have a pet peeve about movies
The Acoustic Guitar Summit: Paul Chasman, Terry Robb, Doug Smith, Mark Hanson.