Suzannah Doyle is a composer, performer, and on-the-spot songwriter whose work appears world-wide in movies, commercials, TV & radio shows, documentaries, and corporate projects from LegoLand to the Martha Stewart Show and Public Broadcasting. A multi-instrumentalist, she played by invitation at the White House in Washington, DC, and, with her band of merry cohorts, she serves up a musical smorgasbord from all eras and styles of music, from Broadway to Gaslight era old time piano tunes to smooth jazz, quirky TV theme songs and cinematic underscoring.
Suz's 2,000-song repertoire and years of performing as a multi-instrumentalist with diverse bands has given her to tools to be a multi-genre “outside the box” kind of composer.
From easy listening smooth jazz piano tunes to quirky pieces such as "Merry Go Round," "Got Da Muscles," and her popular "Evening News Theme," Suz's music grabs the listener and takes 'em for an exhilarating ride. Find more work by Suz and Friends on AudioSparx at http://www.audiosparx.com/AnotherDave and at http://www.audiosparx.com/RingToneTheatre. (Photo by Tony Hayden.)
The first 8 notes of Classical music's most recognizable riff, followed by a chord. Solo piano. Beethoven's Symphony No. 5, first part. Suzannah Doyle Music. Instrumental, Classical, Classical, Ludwig van Beethoven
Classic art song from 1877 by Arthur Sullivan, composed for his brother shortly before his death, sung by Caruso in 1912 at the Metropolitan Opera House as part of a benefit for victims of the Titanic disaster. This version features Paul Bezanson on vocals, and Suz Doyle on piano, strings, organ. Male Vocals, Classical, Opera