CDs

Over the years Tim Moher has been involved in several recording projects. A sampling is shown below:

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“Forest Hill-Autumn” is Tim’s 2nd solo CD in the Forest Hill Series. He continues to explore his compositional styles with Richard J. Hutt of Ceartree Recording Studio in Kitchener, Ontario.

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“Forest Hill-Summer” is Tim’s inaugural, all original CD produced and co-written by Richard J. Hutt of Cedartree Recording Studio in Kitchener, Ontario. This is a terrific mix of soft jazz, funk, easy listening, Celtic and blues all rolled into one CD. It is now available on Itunes as singles or the entire CD. Or to have your own copy, simply go to the home page, scroll down and order on this site!

KW Big Band Theory

Tim is now a member of KW Big Band Theory. If you would like a copy of this CD feel free to contact Tim and he will send one your way!

CD_WithQuietJoy_200x200 With Quiet Joy“With Quiet Joy” was recorded live in 1996 with his brother, Peter Moher, playing a Steinway Concert Grand Piano at the Alumni Theatre at Carleton
University, in Ottawa, Canada.
CD_RagtimeForRent_200x200 Ragtime For Rent Tim directed this CD, “Ragtime for Rent”, with the Royal City Saxophone Quartet. It was the first CD recording with the quartet and was recorded at Escarpment Sound in Acton, Ontario on October 24, 1997.
CD_TicklinTime_200x200 Ticklin’ Time“Ticklin’ Time…from Joplin to Gershwin” is the second CD that Tim recorded with the Royal City Saxophone Quartet. Ernie Kalwa (leader), Bradley Moggach, and Peter Wendell performed together throughout the U.S. and Canada
CD_WindjammersSwingphonic_200x200 Windjammers: SwingphonicTim played the tenor saxophone in “Swingphonic” with the Windjammers, directed by Harry Currie. All of the arrangements were by Sammy Nestico and it was recorded in June of 2000, at Chelsea Road Studios, The Crossroads Centre, Burlington, Ontario.
CD_WellingtonWinds_ArtistsNeighbourhood_200x200 An Artist’s NeighbourhoodThe Wellington Winds produced this CD, “An Artist’s Neighbourhood” in 2002. Tim was the principal alto saxophonist in this recording. The Wellinton Winds has been a creative musical force in the Waterloo Region for more than 20 years.