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The above tracks are generally for high quality headphones and not for loudspeakers

Mystical Suite contains nine ballet scenes depicting various mystical phenomena. See the links below for details.

Musical joke Christmas Toys Fighting and Climbing up the Christmas Tree is a small and scary 5.5 min. ballet-phantasmagoria, where sparkling Christmas Toys dance, compete and fight for being perched on the most beautiful places of the Christmas Tree. It includes comical mobilization scenes, tread and horror of broken toys, beautiful kitsch-dance of the toys on the Tree branches, and winning apotheosis of the perched figures.


Only after completing this track I realized that

this joke is about musicians fighting and climbing up the media attention,

about university scientists fighting for the recognition of their results,

about businessmen fighting and climbing up the financial pyramid, about ... 

You can expand this list ad libitum! 

Have you found yourself here?

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Contemporary Ensembles
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Avant-garde, Contemporary Classics, Postimpressionism, Lounge
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Israel
About Me (Must include biographical information about you as a composer):
My occupation "for living" is mathematics and computer science. As a musician, I am more a pianist-improviser, depicting current mood and impressions, than a composer writing music in a cold mind status with strict calculations of the music form, texture and harmony. I find many musical inspirations in a scientific research, and sometimes vice versa. Presenting my compositions here, I am looking for a feedback and for ideas how to improve the quality of the music, better organize the improvisation sessions, develop and apply specific tracks etc.

In 2010-2011 I received several awards in the prestigious "Song of the Year" songwriting competition:
http://www.songoftheyear.com/placements/AndrewGleibman.html
http://www.songoftheyear.com/results/andrewgleibman.html
http://www.songoftheyear.com/songwriting/andrewgleibman2.htm
http://www.songoftheyear.com/songwriting/andrewgleibman1.htm

Please visit the following website for my discography and for more details about the music:
Website:
www.cdbaby.com/gleibman4

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At 2:16am on August 25, 2012, Gordon Francis Blaney Jr. said…

Mathematics!? Computer Programming!? Piano Improvisation!? You've just made a friend! I look forward to opening a dialog with you.

At 6:27am on January 15, 2012, Leon Riskin said…

Thanks. You're doing quite a serious work yourself!

At 4:21pm on December 3, 2011, Caj Ilotuuli said…

Thanks Andrew ! You give me a lot of encouragement and I´m glad that you like the piece . I always find it difficult to analyze what happens in me when I´m writing . In this piece I was subconsciusly influenced by Xenakis : Persepolis and a poem by Joseph Brodsky : December in Forence : http://www.poetrymagazines.org.uk/magazine/record.asp?id=2403   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJUR2qkJup0  I wish You all the best my friend . Caj .

At 9:55pm on December 2, 2011, Caj Ilotuuli said…

Andrew ! Long Orbit nearly gave some kind of dizziness , in a positive way . It´s so far from my musical thinking ( just now ) but I like it very much .  Be well my friend . Caj .

At 12:18pm on September 30, 2011, Doug Lauber said…
Actually my 'jazz' is some sort of twisted version of jazz- 'fake jazz'. Ha! Whatever it is, I am having fun!
At 12:54pm on September 28, 2011, Doug Lauber said…
I'd like to hear something similar to Two Jazzmen, which is interesting, but with pauses and a swinging jazz rhythm. :)
At 10:18am on September 4, 2011, Paulo cesar Maia de Aguiar (Br) said…
Wonderful music
At 4:16pm on August 30, 2011, Caj Ilotuuli said…
Thanks Andrew ! I now decided to never let any of my accounts to "save" my passwords. And also take care of the other advices. Interressting how you experience music . The thinking on music as "sound" has gone deep in to me ( for ex Gerard Griseys thoughts and music ). Thanks again. Caj.
At 5:11pm on August 29, 2011, Caj Ilotuuli said…
Thanks Anrdew, I have done as You said :an external drive where I´m put all my scores and music ( not connected to internet) . Another thing , I like the use of microintervals but I don´t know how to calculate all the overtones ( in notation ). All I have read about it goes over my head (I´m very bad at matematic). Is there any other way to calculate overtones from a single note ?   Be well Caj.
At 7:57am on August 28, 2011, Caj Ilotuuli said…
Thanks Andrew , maybe I shall change the password after a time , or is it other ways to get protected ? Be well Caj.

Latest Activity

Andrew Gleibman posted a discussion

Useful MIDI connector between different applications

Bome's MIDI translator -- I found this in another forum (Cockos's Reaper). It allows to easily join different DAWs, sequencers and everything related to MIDI, into a single rig with architecture and event logic which you define.For example, you can build a rig, where you conduct a mechanical DAW-performance of your score in real time using computer keyboard keys and/or mouse: changing a tempo, making accents, switching instruments and expressions etc.  See More
Sep 25, 2014
Andrew Gleibman replied to Jake Sanderson's discussion What is the best all-round keyboard for composing for film and tv out today ?
"I have substantial experience with Yamaha s90ES - it's a professional 88 key keyboard with about 1000 virtual instruments on-board. Today the nest step is the flagship Yamaha Motif XF and its less expensive version Yamaha MOXF, which has…"
May 16, 2014
Andrew Gleibman replied to Gav Brown's discussion Do you have a "Can't stand it" piece?
"BWV 971, Andante from the Italian Concerto: http://www.score-on-line.com/tmp/89.139.14.83.DIL0024b.PDF I never heard anybody's (but my) performance of this fragment, and not sure I will enjoy one. Sometimes I play it, using different…"
Apr 24, 2014
Andrew Gleibman replied to Andrew Gleibman's discussion Non-zero budget studio options?
"Thanks Ray, I'lll try to evaluate it. What MIDI keyboard can you recommend, which would allow a real-time patch change (via Makie?) and support afer-touch? Thanks Per, I have some experience with Reaper. I need a really easy-to-use Makie…"
Apr 13, 2014
Per-Erik Rosqvist replied to Andrew Gleibman's discussion Non-zero budget studio options?
"Reaper is as good (almost) as cubase 5,6,7 and free. Alas, it has all the main and important ingredients. :) And it is shareware! (But fully functioinal with paying for it, something one should do.) A good place to start for beginners as well…"
Apr 13, 2014
Andrew Gleibman posted a discussion

Non-zero budget studio options?

With my current DAW and (mainly hardware) synths I plan to expand this studio, including its hardware and software components. The number of publicly available options is overwhelming. What are the main differences in most popular DAW, software synths, and audio and MIDI hardware, from your experience? I do not speak of VSTi-s, which are generally well demonstrated and discussed in Youtube; I do not speak of zero-budget options too, since they are thoroughly analyzed in another…See More
Apr 12, 2014
Andrew Gleibman replied to Mitch Newton's discussion Atonal music and naturals
"Agree completely Kristofer, thanks."
Dec 17, 2013
Andrew Gleibman replied to Mitch Newton's discussion Atonal music and naturals
"The common practice for atonal writing is: 1) Never use key signatures at the staff beginnings; 2) Any accidental sign works measure-wise and should be disabled by a natural in the same measure if the note is used as natural in the same…"
Dec 16, 2013
 
 
 

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