What Should I Call this Piece? A Giveaway!

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What Should I Call this Piece?

Tab 2I wrote this piano piece for my second CD, which is coming out this summer, but I haven’t been able to come up with a name for it yet.

Tab 2I need your help! I need a good name for it.

Tab 2You can suggest as many names as you want, so any time you come up with one, simply write it in the comments.  Get family and friends to participate, because I want lots of names to choose from.  If it helps inspire any ideas, the CD itself will be named something about roots or origins – something along those lines.  You certainly don’t have to base your title on that theme, because there are plenty of other pieces following that theme, but you can if you want to.

Tab 2So here’s how the giveaway will work. There’s not really a deadline – so long as it’s before the CD release, but as soon as I see a name I really like (and I’m picky!), the contest will end, and I will announce the winner.  That means it could be two days or it could be two months – so the more you participate, the better chance you have of winning.  The winner gets a free copy of my Dayspring CD.  Or if they already have a copy of Dayspring, they can get a copy of the new CD once it’s released (exact date unknown).  Plus I’ll email you a free copy of this MP3, so you can show off the awesome tune you named 😀

Tab 2The chosen name will be the permanent title for the piece.

Tab 2Thanks for your help, you guys!  You’re AWESOME!

10 Replies to “What Should I Call this Piece? A Giveaway!”

  1. It reminds me of someone who is troubled and antother person comforting them so I would say Together or We’ll do it together…

  2. You guys are doing great! Keep trying. You can make as many suggestions as you want.

    One thing that might help is to look at the titles of the pieces on my Dayspring CD to see what type of titles I usually use. For example, with few exceptions, most are one or two words (not including the word “the”), and most have very subtle references to their meanings – the message isn’t clear from the title.

    Obviously, those are not rules, but if you go to http://cdbaby.com/cd/chashathaway you can see what kinds of titles I’ve used before, in order to get an idea of my typical title style.

    Just a thought.

    Keep ’em coming!

    – Chas

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