Famous Composer Reveals the Music in Women’s Names

Los Angeles, CA, March 16, 2015 --(PR.com)-- English composer, Johnny Harris, reveals the music in women’s names. He has created a musical alphabet, linking each of the 26 letters to a musical note. Starting from the letters in women’s first names, Johnny writes and orchestrates unique, personalized compositions available online via musicalnames.com. The idea was saluted by celebrities who have known and closely worked with Johnny Harris over the years.

“I wanted to celebrate the women in our lives and bring a tribute to their beautiful names, which have a deep resonance in our hearts. I felt inspired by all these notes and the Musical Names came naturally,” said composer Johnny Harris, who already wrote more than 700 compositions corresponding to the most common names. For the names not yet included in the database, users can request a custom-made composition.

Francois Brebion, CEO of MusicalNames.com stated that “We believe that Musical Names represent the perfect personalized gift for every mother, wife, grandmother, aunt, daughter, or friend. Our purpose is to make these unique compositions available instantly, to everybody, for less than one dollar.” Pricing strategy and online availability are the essential factors for the Musical Names’ much anticipated success.

Musical Names compositions have approximately three and a half minutes in length and can be purchased as standalone .MP3 audio files or can be included in themed e-cards, designed for any occasion: Valentine’s day, mother’s day, birthday, babygirl birth, or wedding anniversary. 60 seconds samples are available for free, while the ecards can be purchased for just $0.99 via website www.musicalnames.com
Francois Brebion