Soundtracks & Silhouettes Artwork. Flute and harp music by Hannah Sterry. Sticky post

Download “Soundtracks and Silhouettes” Free

Hello! I’ve decided to release a few flute pieces (and a short harp cover) on bandcamp! You can download them all for free or, if you really like them, can name your price! Just click below to have a listen and download! Let me know what you think in the comments! 🙂 Advertisements Continue reading Download “Soundtracks and Silhouettes” Free

The Fire Horse by Hannah Sterry. An illustration of a rearing stallion on the surface of a flame-covered sun!

The Fire Horse

The Fire Horse by Hannah Sterry is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Feel free to print this and use it for cards, wall pictures and general personal use! If you really like it and want to show your appreciation you can make me incredibly happy by sending a little donation via PayPal or sharing this post on facebook and twitter. Either of these things … Continue reading The Fire Horse

Chernobyl Childrens' Life Line Concert (April 2013)

Life as a Jazz Flautist in Devon: Chapter One

Hello! I am now “Plymouth’s top jazz flautist” according to twitter. I know this because I am probably the only jazz flautist in the whole of South Devon (with the exception of my dad, who often prefers to play saxophone). This post is a bit of everything – music I’ve recorded, pictures from the past year’s worth of gigs and news of gigs to come and … Continue reading Life as a Jazz Flautist in Devon: Chapter One

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Should I work for free…

This might get me a whole lot of hate, but it’s a handy chart that I feel I should share with every musician, artist, photographer, writer or other creative who has ever been asked and even sometimes expected, by complete strangers, to work for free. http://www.shouldiworkforfree.com/ I am not saying that you shouldn’t work for free, but stressing that it should be your choice, that … Continue reading Should I work for free…

Free Classical Sheet Music from the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)

I’ve just found out about the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP). They provide a brilliant website for finding free classical music scores and seem to just generally have a really good collaborative/community attitude. Here’s what they have to say on their website: “We at the IMSLP believe that music should be something that is easily accessible for everyone. For this purpose we have created a music … Continue reading Free Classical Sheet Music from the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)

Advertising and Promoting Music on a Budget (Free)

Here are a few useful sites I’ve found whilst researching how to start advertising and and selling my music without having to pay anything. Hope it helps! Bandcamp is probably the best website regarding ease and freedom of music sale. You just upload the tracks and album art and name your price. They take 15% commission, and PayPal take a little too, but if you read … Continue reading Advertising and Promoting Music on a Budget (Free)