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by Jason Martineau

A pop song about the effect of social media and smart phones on interpersonal relationships.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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Jason Martineau is an award-winning composer, pianist, arranger, and instructor, and has been active in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1995. He has composed numerous works for orchestra, chamber ensembles, solo piano, and chorus, as well as a full-length musical, and over 200 songs, both instrumental and vocal. He has recorded more than ten CDs in various genres, and has also been featured on numerous other artists' recordings as pianist, music director, vocalist, and producer. He provides arrangements, original compositions, soundtracks, sound design, accompaniment, private instruction, and musical direction for a diverse and eclectic client base.

Dr. Martineau works in multiple capacities with many different idioms and styles, from world fusion and jazz, to avant-garde, industrial, rock, pop, and classical. In 2007 he orchestrated string arrangements by Vanessa Carlton for her album "Heroes and Thieves". He has authored a book on music theory released October 2008 entitled "The Elements of Music," published by Wooden Books and Walker Books/Bloomsbury, distributed nationally and internationally. His film scores have been featured in documentaries broadcast on PBS stations around the US since 1998. He has been playing the piano for 38 years, performing since 1989 at numerous venues in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York, and the 10th International Festival of Dance and Music in Bangkok, Thailand. In 2011 he joined the faculty at the Academy of Art University, teaching music notation, theory, film scoring, harmony, and counterpoint. He also has been a guest lecturer at CIIS in San Francisco, and has been writing a monthly column on the subject of love for FSHN Magazine since 2011.

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