David Morneau is a composer of an entirely undecided genre, a provider of exclusive unprecedented experiments. In his work he endeavors to explore ideas about our culture, issues concerning creativity, and even the very nature of music itself.
a "flashing beacon" of inspiration
—Molly Sheridan, Mind the Gap
"…unusual, esoteric, and offbeat" performances that "utilize innovative techniques to engage both audience and performance space."
—Jeffrey Harmatz, Queens Ledger
Love Songs reviews
"every time you think you know what world this disc is in, it changes just enough to make you question your assumptions."
—Jay Batzner, sequenza21
"great concept….loved the idea….as impressive as I hoped."
"…elegantly rendered…. You wish you could press the replay button."
—Erin Bomboy, NM421
Broken Memory review
"…absolutely wrecks shop.… For that, David Morneau wins.…This is certifiable."
—Joshua Decker, Grindthieves
The Ballad of Milt Famey review
"David Morneau's Ballad of Mitt Faney (wth that unspeakable pun) had… a happily prissy way with the dirtiest words.
—Harry Rolnick, ConcertoNet
King of Iniquity is the second track in Immigrant Breast Nest's B'ak'tun Waning project, which counts down to the apocalypse with a new track every month in 2012.
The Putney Project vol. 1 is a new release from Irritable Hedgehog that builds new tracks using etudes composed by David D. McIntire for a Putney synthesizer. I was invited to participate and contributed Fractured.