Born in LA, raised in UK and dipping his toe in many more countries and states brought a great love for culture, language and people. Andrew Thiriot’s musical tastes are graced by a similar varied, eclectic mishmash.
Busting at the musical seams he transitioned from his careers in water treatment and chemical manufacturing to manufacturing songs and helping good tunes flow like water.
After dozens of instrumentals, his first lyrical single “Say I’m Home” was featured in the Adobe and Teardrops indie folk podcast, and his piano solo “Waltz of Daughters” has been played by One World Music Radio.
Following some peaceful piano solos comes his second song “Have I Seen You Before?”
Andrew Thiriot has also produced music videos such as Lilies of the Field and Say I’m Home.
For more about each song and video see the blog posts
Yesterday I attended the wonderful farewell funeral for my Grandpa Jolley. He died 14 years to the day from the death of his beloved wife.
An Impossible Dream It was the 4th of July. I was single, away at college studying to be a chemical engineer. I went to
I had a great time writing the music for this Star Wars Fan Film. Yesterday my family and I got to go to the premiere
This is a homage to Perez Prado – the proponent of big band style mambo of the 1950s, and writer of the original Mambo No.
I made this version of one of Chopin’s most famous Nocturnes last year for a video maker. It’s a beautiful composition and really hits the
I composed and produced the trailer music for this Star Wars Fan Film – the second in a trilogy. I have now been asked to
I wrote a little piece of music which is to be used in a micro short animation. It’s the story of a young woman in
Imagine that you haven’t left your house after a long, long time. Where would you go? Who would you visit? How have things changed? “Elegant,
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And why take ye thought for raiment? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: And yet I
This was a fun project. When I was in college there was a comedian that did mock movie trailer skits with a deep voice. My
While on a family road trip some years ago we stopped at a bookstore. I needed some books for the kids to read. I found
I made this one years ago, and finally recorded it. In fact I named it before we had children, imagining one day having daughters dancing around
I mashed two pieces together for this one. The fast staccato piece I used to play while studying chemical engineering in college. I would go
I wanted to make a music video that had a little more than just the music to picture. I wanted to make a mini story
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