David Pierce has become one of my favorite secret weapons when I’m producing a band or a singer songwriter. When I want to add depth and soul to a recording, I call David for arrangements. He is always able to make an existing compositions more interesting and complex while still serving the vocalist, and the song as a whole. David is also very easy to work with, and makes everyone around him better.

- Matt Pence / The Echo Lab, Centro-Matic
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Hello and welcome to the site! Please make yourself at home, and look and listen to whatever you’d like. If you are specifically looking for some of my arrangements/compositions and would like midi mock-ups or a view of the scores, please contact me directly, and I will be more than happy to send them along. Or if you just have questions on pricing, or would like to discuss custom work, please send me an email, and I will get back with you just as soon as possible. Thanks and I wish you all the best, cheers!

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It’s Been Awhile

...yep. been awhile since I’ve updated my site…..like 3 years awhile. But I’ve got an excuse! Turns out, a pretty good one too. On February 13, 2017, about 10 minutes before Valentine’s Day, my absolutely perfect son Jonah David Pierce came into this world. It seems like everything before him was in slow motion, and now I’m in fast forward with no way of slowing anything down. 2016 was a year to prep for Jonah, and the past 2 years have been a wonderful and beautiful blur. I’ve had to teach myself how to write my music in the smallest of time spaces and become as efficient as I possibly can. Being a full time “stay at home dad,” means early morning and late night writing. Everything in between is kid time, and, as it turns out, I wouldn’t have it any other way. I’ve had some wonderful musical experiences over the past few years, writing music for my Halloween Show Cirque du Horror, as well as horn and string arrangements for grammy-nominated Elle King, Josh Seymour and Jason Vandygriff, Kelsey Wilson aka “Sir Woman,” and the Texas Gentlemen’s 2nd Album. I’ve also had the pleasure premiering some “jazzy-classical” works (for double, nay! triple-sized brass ensemble) with the DFW-based brass group, the Imperial Brass. Looks like this coming 2019 Holiday season will bring the same “big brass” collaboration with the Plano Chorus as well! So, I’ve stayed busy. I’ve updated the site with some newer songs and a little this and that, and will try my very hardest to remain diligent with all of this. I’ve decided to stop being an old curmodgean and stepped into the world of Instagram, so give me a follow @deepears or @cirqueduhorror. My best to you all.

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