© 2013, some rights reserved. All music licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution – Non-Commercial – Sharealike 3.0 Unported license, based on Charlie In The Tree by Ana von Bunners. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at email@example.com. No warranty is given or implied with this collection of works.
All tracks composed by Ana von Bunners except for Melancholy I, which was composed by both Ana von Bunners and Taylor Grubbs.
Photos taken by Devlyn Ferguson, © 2013, all rights reserved.
Cover and artwork by Ana von Bunners, © 2013, all rights reserved.
Cover model: Ana von Bunners.
Scores created using Musescore (http://www.musescore.org) under the Creative Commons and GNU/GPL license; FluidR3_GM.sf2 from FluidSynth (http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/fluidsynth) under the GNU Library or Lesser General Public License version 2.0 (LGPLv2); GeneralUser GS v.1.44 by S. Christian Collins (http://www.schristiancollins.com) under Creative Commons; Gort's-DoubleDecker.sf2 (http://soundfonts.homemusician.net/collections_soundfonts/gorts-completeworks.html) under Creative Commons; and samples by http://www.free-loops.com, also under Creative Commons licensing.
Mixing and production done by Ana von Bunners and Beelzebun Productions using Musescore and Audacity (http://www.audacity.sourceforge.net) under the GNU/GPL license.
The daughter of a Greek immigrant and German-American, Ana von Bunners is a U.S.-born and based composer and manic genius. Typically eschewing sequencers and production software, she creates her pieces with quill, parchment or cocktail napkin and scoring software in order to create complete and comprehensive blueprints of her work, which can be found on musescore.com/user/32936.
Ana embraces personal freedom, as well as internet freedom and supports open-source software as well as piracy Currently her debut release, Charlie In The Tree, is available for free under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
These days, Ana von Bunners despises labeling, refuses to cater to any specific genre or demographic and grudgingly refers to Charlie In The Tree as “Neo-Romantic”. She states that anything she knows about this or similar musical genres comes from “...2 years of Chorus, 7th-8th grade Concert Band, as well as video games, Bugs Bunny, and movie soundtracks”.
Being a lifelong gamer, she hopes to write music for video games and/or films at some point. She can usually be found along the side of the road collecting aluminum cans and conversing openly with the local wildlife.