Edmund Wallasch Music


I'm a versatile musician with an eclectic taste for many genres.  I grew up in a musical household filled with German folk and classical music, as well as sixties rock & roll. I began learning my first instrument as a teenager when a friend gave me a guitar. I soon established a formidable repertoire of my favorite popular music.

I quickly realized that I needed formal instruction, and began studying with Tom Runyan, a very accomplished jazz and classical guitarist. I also began private piano lessons and enrolled at Pasadena City College, where I completed two years of intensive music theory, history, composition, and performance courses. I later studied with the virtuoso classical guitarist Vincent Macaluso while learning about jazz guitar arranging by hanging out with Howard Heitmeyer while waiting for my lessons with Vince.

I then developed a taste for folk and bluegrass music, and began frequenting music festivals to learn this style. My musical ambitions were postponed by my desire to raise a family on a steady income, but I have recently acquired some recording and mixing equipment. I plan to begin recording many traditional classical works, my own jazz guitar arrangements, and my own compositions.

Below are the links to listen to and download my music from Broadjam. You may also view the credits, lyrics, and other details:




My Music  

Darkness Soundtrack- Play or Purchase

Will We Ever Learn - Play or Purchase

Hey George - Play or Purchase

Choro by anonymous composer - Play or Purchase

Aunt Sue - Play or Purchase

One Hour on Mt. Lukens Soundtrack - Play or Purchase


Ed's Myspace page

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