Tod Demuth Resume

      Kansas musician, composer/arranger Tod Demuth's music has been featured in Cinemadog Productions, Always Hopeful Ministries, LA Theatre Works, the Vancouver Film School, and other new media ventures. From New Age to Dixieland, and Honky Tonk to Classical, Tod offers an important vitality and variety in his piano music. His career has included playing in Jazz combos, Top 40, Big Bands, Country Bands, and show bands, and formal studies in piano and composition. Tod's music beautifully reflects much of America's finest and most revered music from various eras of our history.

Tod Demuth's recordings reflect his vast musical experience, from meditative solo piano music such as George Winston, Jim Brickman and Yanni, to the Delta/Dixieland Jazz of Professor Longhair, Marcia Ball and Doctor John, ragtime and honky tonk of Scott Joplin, Joseph Lamb, Max Morath, Joanne Castle and Big Tiny Little, to contemporary arrangements of hymns and folk songs that show the emotional side of the piano much in the way of Chopin, Schubert and other Romantic composers.

Tod's music covers it all: Contemporary Solo Piano, Swing, Stride, Cabaret, Whimsical Folk Music, Boogie Woogie, Honky Tonk, Celtic Hymns, Ragtime, and much more. Many of Tod's tracks celebrate the 1920s, '30s, and '40s, which can add the historic authenticity you need for Film and TV dramatizations from these earlier eras in American Music.

Updated:  May 20, 2010

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