Instrumentals, Musical Theater, & Choral Works
Steppingstone: A Benefit Ballad for Japan--The recent tragic events in Japan inspired Matt Glickstein to write this song. A majority of the proceeds will be donated The Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund. Accompanying the song is a Youtube video, which illustrates the tragic events in Japan. Features Stasia Estep on vocals, and mixed and recorded by Jerry Brocklehurst at New Boomer Music Studio in Kalaheo, HI. See the music video here.
I Do--Wedding duet co-written with Kerri Glickstein. Produced by Jason Garner Productions in Nashville, Tennessee.
Angel Baby--Co-written with Steve Kramer. Vocals by Stasia Estep.
I'll Be Waiting For You--Co-written with Kjetil Bie, performed by Heine Totland, and produced by Javed Kurd. Sad, yet uplifting song about passing away.
For I'm Your Angel--Duet co-written with Australian songwriter Angela Evans. Produced by Kim Copeland in Nashville, Tennessee.
Struggling to Move On--Moving track dedicated to Lee Glickstein from the album Piano Moods.
Sacrifice--Dedicated to all those protecting and serving the United States of America. Also from Piano Moods.
Movin' In--The opening number from the original musical "Freshmen Follies," which was performed at the University of Redlands in 2006 as Matt Glickstein's senior project.
Perhaps We're Only Dreaming--A duet from "Freshmen Follies," featuring vocal performances by Linnea Ray and Coco McKown.
Ave Maria--Sacred choral work performed at the 2006 Feast of Lights at the University of Redlands and in churches across O'ahu with the University of Redlands chapel singers.
Fanfare for America--Patriotic up-tempo piece for mixed choir. Performed by the University of Redlands madrigal choir in 2005.
Jungle Book Rock Jumping Cue--Thirty second instrumental loop done for the Special Edition Jungle Book DVD.