Music Composers Unite!
Well to be honest i like a lots of music genres and subgenres so i use a lot kinds of stuff in my works, i am influenced by many composers and musicians. Even if it is still hard to be inovative and original as a composer these days i still try to be unique in some way. Thanks for the reply.
Gav Brown said:
Thanks for sharing your quite interesting pieces! I listened to them several times and was struck by how they don’t sound like anything else I have heard before. Usually I am able to identify some influence of another composer, but in your case, other than a little bit of Three Syrinxes at the opening of piece 3, I could not detect anything. And that’s good! I like hearing new voices and sounds, which your work here defininately falls in the category of. I do hear an interesting approach to melody, which I quite like, as well as a sense of humor, which seemed intentional to me. Since you have introduced multiple pieces as a set, a comment on them as a set: would have liked to see a little more variance/contrast between each piece, the overall leisurely pace might benefit with the addition of something a little faster or more boisterous. Overall, a nice work!
I enjoyed this very much and applaud your quest for originality:)
To be honest a few of the ideas I found dated and familiar but on the whole I feel it works well.
Apologies if yourw already familiar with Carl Stalling--from Warner Bros Cartoons and John Zorn. I and many consider Stalling the father of and best example of this kind of style. Heres some of his music:
And heres John Zorn:
Thanks so much for sharing!