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A symphony

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claudio Angeletti Apr 15. 6 Replies

Hello everybody,I wish to ask you for some comments about a symphony that I am revising.Originally written in 1996, it is a Beethoven-style work for chamber orchestra in four movements, as…Continue

Introducing Claudio Angeletti

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claudio Angeletti Dec 9, 2017. 6 Replies

Hello everybody, I'm Claudio, 51, and I live in Rome, Italy.Actually, as a composer I am only an amateur; to live I am a project manager (if you wish to know more about it, please visit my LinkedIn…Continue

 

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Claudio Angeletti replied to Claudio Angeletti's discussion A symphony
"Lawrence, thank you for your comments, I appreciated. :)"
Apr 15
Claudio Angeletti replied to Claudio Angeletti's discussion A symphony
"Hello,  I apologize for my late answer, but I am starting a new job, and my music time has suddenly disappeared! :) Bob, you hit the point, thank you. Your comments are of the kind I was looking for. Actually, I didn't wish to write like…"
Apr 15
Bob Porter replied to Claudio Angeletti's discussion A symphony
"Claudio, Don't worry about reverb or sound sets. This mp3 is perfectly good enough to get your point across. And don't worry about writing in a Beethoven-like style. Beethoven already wrote like Beethoven, and he was pretty good at it.…"
Mar 20
Lawrence Aurich replied to Claudio Angeletti's discussion A symphony
"Claudio,      You need to get better sound so we can listen to it and hear the parts.  Turn up the reverb. Adjust the instruments in the mixer so they are at midrange.  It the highest level is 12 put them at about…"
Mar 16
Claudio Angeletti replied to Claudio Angeletti's discussion A symphony
"It is set low, as I didn't want to flatter myself with a Carnegie Hall-like listening experience. :))"
Mar 13
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A symphony

Hello everybody,I wish to ask you for some comments about a symphony that I am revising.Originally written in 1996, it is a Beethoven-style work for chamber orchestra in four movements, as follows:forma-sonata allegrotripartite andantetripartite fast movement based on a fugue (in the place of a scherzo)forma-sonata finale.It was actually my first composition, and as I had studied only solfeggio before, it came out full of ingenuities and mistakes (i.e. no legato markings, wrong instruments…See More
Mar 12
Claudio Angeletti commented on Claudio Angeletti's blog post A fugue without counterpoint
"Thank you Marc! Il'll post more music, this place makes me feel better! :D"
Jan 3
Marc Eugene Farmer commented on Claudio Angeletti's blog post A fugue without counterpoint
"Now that was delightful! "
Jan 3
Claudio Angeletti commented on Claudio Angeletti's blog post A fugue without counterpoint
"Thanks Manfred, I'm happy you appreciate these aspects. :)"
Dec 28, 2017
Manfred Goop commented on Claudio Angeletti's blog post A fugue without counterpoint
"This is very interesting, because it is quite melodic despite the constraint of having only single notes at all times. I enjoyed it as a piece of music, and I enjoyed that it is clever as well."
Dec 26, 2017
Claudio Angeletti commented on Claudio Angeletti's blog post A fugue without counterpoint
"Thanks Ingo, I'm happy you appreciated. :)"
Dec 22, 2017
Ingo Lee commented on Claudio Angeletti's blog post A fugue without counterpoint
"Very clever idea Claudio, I like it!  Kind of reminds me of some of Bach's unaccompanied works for strings where you mind is tempted to fill in some of the lines. The Sibelius file opened up fine for me, thanks for posting."
Dec 14, 2017
Claudio Angeletti commented on Claudio Angeletti's blog post A fugue without counterpoint
"About couterpoint: well, of course there are melodic lines played simultaneously, but you never find two notes played in the same moment, that is there are no chords. Maybe it would be a better name. :)"
Dec 11, 2017
Claudio Angeletti commented on Claudio Angeletti's blog post A fugue without counterpoint
"Hello Paul, thank you for your comment. Of course you can read it. I'm not sure if I correctly attached the file sibelius here, please let me know if you can retrieve it. Fuga%20senza%20contrappunto%20v07.sib"
Dec 11, 2017
Paul Copeland commented on Claudio Angeletti's blog post A fugue without counterpoint
"Hey Claudio.Thank you for posting. Interesting piece. Hmm, lots of counterpoint going on there it seems :) Any chance of posting the Sibelius file either privately to me via PM or publicly. I always like following a score when that is possible. Best…"
Dec 11, 2017
Claudio Angeletti replied to Claudio Angeletti's discussion Introducing Claudio Angeletti
Dec 9, 2017

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Television, Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Big Ensemble
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Tonal Symphonic
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Rome, Italy
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 started to compose in 1996 because I had to.
Self-taught, only ìn 2012-2013 I took a few orchestration lessons from Karl Aage Rasmussen, very important for me.
I wrote only a few things, mostly tonal music 19th century alike.
I also wrote three signature tunes for a national TV program.

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A fugue without counterpoint

Posted on December 9, 2017 at 5:30am 9 Comments

A small 4-voices fugue, resulting from a bet with my teacher Karl Rasmussen. Composed in December 2010, it is for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon.

The original italian title means "Fugue in a single-file line", as the notes can be connected from the beginning to the end by a single line.

I hope you enjoy!

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At 1:25pm on December 7, 2017, Julie Harris said…

Welcome to Composers Forum, Claudio!

We look forward to hearing some of your music and to learning more about you. You might like to write a blog to "Introduce Yourself" as a start.  Hope you enjoy our community!

 
 
 

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