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Félicie and L'école buissonière

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christophe Heroufosse Feb 6. 7 Replies

Hello estimed members.Today I would like to submit to short pieces dedicated to my daughters.Once for the little on is a short piece for piano inspired by contemporary japanse music…Continue

dance for string quartet.

Started this discussion. Last reply by michael diemer Oct 31, 2019. 5 Replies

I set my goal on quaver = 120 because I found my recent music to slow. Anyway, I hope it does dance.Feedback welcomed as alwaysHave a great sundayChristophe…Continue

Staline's phone call

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christophe Heroufosse Oct 19, 2019. 2 Replies

Hello dear members,I remember reading a biography of Chostakovitch where is describied his anxiety at the prospect of receviving a phone call from Satlin.this is the theme of this piece.it's written…Continue

Le Chêne (String Quartet)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christophe Heroufosse Oct 18, 2019. 6 Replies

Hello esteemed members.Today I woiuld like to submit a piece for string quartet written as a tribute to the oak tree.Hope you'll like it.feed back always welcomed.Be wellChristophe…Continue

 

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Christophe Heroufosse replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion Félicie and L'école buissonière
"Thanks for the great feedback, Michael"
Feb 6
michael diemer replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion Félicie and L'école buissonière
"Re: the second piece: I like unusual time signatures. I use 5/4 and 7/4 a lot. And if you do it right, the result can be wonderful. Like that movement of Tchaikovsky's 6th symphony, one of the first examples of this in the modern era (unusual…"
Jan 25
michael diemer replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion Félicie and L'école buissonière
"Very beautiful piano music, Christophe. Would be great in a Zen Garden! The oriental mood is well done. This calls to my mind a tranquil terrace waterfall, the water falling in gentle, even steps. Perfect for meditation and alpha-wave production."
Jan 25
Christophe Heroufosse replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion Félicie and L'école buissonière
"Thanks for listening Christophe"
Dec 23, 2019
Jan-Frederik Carl replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion Félicie and L'école buissonière
"This is very silent, almoust like a reverie. Very good after a long hard day ;) Thanks for sharing. Jan"
Dec 23, 2019
Christophe Heroufosse replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion Félicie and L'école buissonière
"Thank you for your kind words Christophe"
Dec 23, 2019
Dane Aubrun replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion Félicie and L'école buissonière
"A very calming piece, a berceuse near enough. A pleasant listen. Beautiful for its simplicity. (After struggling to get home through local floods today, a most welcome piece to listen to) Thanks for posting. Dane."
Dec 20, 2019
Christophe Heroufosse posted a discussion

Félicie and L'école buissonière

Hello estimed members.Today I would like to submit to short pieces dedicated to my daughters.Once for the little on is a short piece for piano inspired by contemporary japanse musichttps://soundcloud.com/christophe-h-roufosse/felicie-2The second one is a short piano piece in 7/8https://soundcloud.com/christophe-h-roufosse/saturdayI wish you a happy x' masYours…See More
Dec 20, 2019
michael diemer replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion dance for string quartet.
"A rather abstract dance form, but as others have said it does have a dance feel to it. What I imagined is animals flitting about the forest, or perhaps flying creatures (birds, butterflies, fairies, take your pick). A very imaginative piece for this…"
Oct 31, 2019
Denzel Washington replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion dance for string quartet.
"Hi Cristophe. It has a little of a feeling of dance. What might be helpful is too have an ostinato of some sorts that is moving throughout the piece and in-between parts. This allows for motion even at slower tempos and a big part of dances even…"
Oct 22, 2019
Christophe Heroufosse replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion dance for string quartet.
"Hi Valerio and thank you for having taken the time to give me your opinion. A little more contrast in dynamics is defenitly in order, but i don't want to change the tonality not one bit. It's a short piece and a single tonality helps the…"
Oct 21, 2019
Valerio Dalla Ragione replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion dance for string quartet.
"Hello Christophe It's a nice piece, with several interesting and diverse ideas - and this diversity makes very little dance-like in my perception: indeed it is "lively", as I guess you see a dance in it, but this liveliness is…"
Oct 21, 2019
Dane Aubrun replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion dance for string quartet.
"Hi, Christophe, Yes, I liked it and, yes, it does dance in a way. In fact what I particularly liked was the way the "beat" came and went. Sometimes it was lost through longer sustained notes/chords but returned again, almost as if the…"
Oct 21, 2019
Christophe Heroufosse posted a discussion

dance for string quartet.

I set my goal on quaver = 120 because I found my recent music to slow. Anyway, I hope it does dance.Feedback welcomed as alwaysHave a great sundayChristophehttps://soundcloud.com/christophe-h-roufosse/dance-for-string-quartetSee More
Oct 20, 2019
Christophe Heroufosse replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion Staline's phone call
"Dear Ingo, thank you for the kind words. Christophe"
Oct 19, 2019
Ingo Lee replied to Christophe Heroufosse's discussion Staline's phone call
"I enjoyed this Christophe, it is 'modern' but not abrasive and has some well thought out writing for strings in particular. Good work!"
Oct 19, 2019

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Film, Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Contemporary Ensembles, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
contemporary music
Is music your main income source?
No - Not Yet
Where do you live?
Brussels, Belgium
About Me (Must include at least one paragraph of biographical information about you as a composer) - blank or minimal answers on this line will cause your request to be rejected. Include a link to your website if you have one.
I studied at the Saint Gilles Acadamy of Music under Gilles Gobert, Edwin Pierrard and Antoine Prawerman. My music range from consonant to atonal. I mainly write for strings (quartet, duo, trio and solo).

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At 7:57am on October 9, 2018, Gav Brown said…

Welcome Christophe!

 
 
 

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