Sorry for a very late reply to your kind comment in May of last year. The comment read, 'Very relaxing', which interested me a lot. Were you referring to either of the two pieces 'Keep off the Grass' or 'Cecil…"
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About Me (MUST be more than 10 words to be approved):
I have started composing since I was 5 and though I was just a child, music charmed me and became my biggest passion. Since then, my dream was that people would listen and enjoy my work (feel what I feel and experience the tension within it).
The equipment I use is: a Yamaha grand piano, a Roland XP-30 Keyboard, classical and electric guitars, a drum pad, studio monitors and a professional microphone. I also use VSTi's and even worked with a local orchestra.
I am trying to make a piece of art from every song I compose.
You will find various styles and intense feelings... .but listening will convince you more than words could ever do.
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Sorry for a very late reply to your kind comment in May of last year. The comment read, 'Very relaxing', which interested me a lot. Were you referring to either of the two pieces 'Keep off the Grass' or 'Cecil Taylor'? If so, that is particularly encouraging as I composed those two pieces using free improvisation. That is, I just got my electric piano sound and improvised each piece in one take. This is my new approach to composition which has yielded some very exciting results for me. Yet I am still a little insecure about the pieces as they contain quite a bit of dissonance and, for want of a better word, ugliness. It would be great to know someone out there thinks the pieces are good. If you were referring to other pieces of mine, that's still good though!