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Edward Schaffer's Discussions

The Universe, Infinity, and the Hand of God

Started this discussion. Last reply by Saul Dzorelashvili May 1, 2013. 15 Replies

Chaos

Started this discussion. Last reply by Edward Schaffer May 18, 2011. 4 Replies

Scherzo from Sinfonietta

Started this discussion. Last reply by Edward Schaffer Sep 28, 2009. 2 Replies

 

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Edward Schaffer posted a status
""Universe" seems to have gotten one person riled up? The music stands on its own - beyond anyone's perceived views of its message."
Jul 4, 2014
Fredrick zinos replied to Edward Schaffer's discussion The Universe, Infinity, and the Hand of God
"I'm still not interested."
May 1, 2013
Fredrick zinos replied to Edward Schaffer's discussion The Universe, Infinity, and the Hand of God
"I don't discuss religion."
May 1, 2013
Fredrick zinos replied to Edward Schaffer's discussion The Universe, Infinity, and the Hand of God
"Saul. you need to keep up with science. The logic is this: There is absolutely no evidence that either space or time exists outside the universe Space is a construct of proximal relationships between physical entities. and since there are…"
May 1, 2013
Fredrick zinos replied to Edward Schaffer's discussion The Universe, Infinity, and the Hand of God
"Moreover, I am surprised that this is god's hand. One would have thought he would have been dealt better cards."
Apr 30, 2013
Fredrick zinos replied to Edward Schaffer's discussion The Universe, Infinity, and the Hand of God
"I guess it has to be long. The universe appears to not have any "boundries"  But I generally agree with your observation Bob, though well crafted it may just be too long for its content."
Apr 30, 2013
Bob Porter replied to Edward Schaffer's discussion The Universe, Infinity, and the Hand of God
"Edward, Seems some folks have short attention spans:-) For me this is very "universey". Very easy to listen to. A bit too long for what I think you are trying to say."
Apr 30, 2013
Fredrick zinos replied to Edward Schaffer's discussion The Universe, Infinity, and the Hand of God
"Indeed Ray The Brain is the  most important organ in the body.... but look what's telling you that.  "
Apr 29, 2013
Johan Halmén replied to Edward Schaffer's discussion The Universe, Infinity, and the Hand of God
"Why not "Life, the Universe and Everything"?"
Apr 29, 2013
Fredrick zinos replied to Edward Schaffer's discussion The Universe, Infinity, and the Hand of God
"Why not "Infinity, The Universe and the hand of god" or "The hand of god, The Universe and Infinity" so you either have the scale of things going from largest to smallest or smallest to largest?"
Apr 27, 2013
Edward Schaffer posted a discussion

The Universe, Infinity, and the Hand of God

The Universe, Infinity and the Hand of God, Op 276Here is my latest work, so large that it is not loaded here...  I have a link to the Soundclick player.  Any feedback would be welcome.Edward  SchafferSee More
Apr 24, 2013
Edward Schaffer replied to Chris Merritt's discussion Your Music is Still YOURS!
"Hi all- I decided to upload a couple of recent pieces from my weird category - Dialogue of the Barracudas of the Arabian Sea, Opus 266 Meteor Strike - The Zinc Factory of Chelyabinsk, Opus 270 The notes are as follows... BARRACUDAS Story: The…"
Feb 20, 2013

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Orchestra, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Classical
Is music your main income source?
No - Not Yet
Where do you live?
California, USA
About Me (Must include biographical information about you as a composer):
Married - One Son - Several Critters
Website:
www.soundclick.com/bigedlb

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Been a long time

Posted on August 15, 2012 at 1:51am 0 Comments

Hi - Been along time.

I have uploaded some things and gotten rid of most of the music I had posted previously.

More music new/revised soon.

EAS

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At 1:18pm on February 13, 2013, Jon Browning said…

Cool stuff Edward.  I'm a bit of a fan of Scriabin fan as well, messed around trying to arrange some for guitar.

At 5:09pm on June 4, 2011, Michael Thomas Huspek said…
Your new composition "Chaos" is amazing. Thanks for being a great composer.
At 1:21pm on April 18, 2011, Rabbi Avraham Chachamovits said…

Very nice string writing for the "The Wormhole and the Space-Time Continuum". 

 

At 9:34am on April 18, 2011, Rabbi Avraham Chachamovits said…

The south polar region of Mars is covered every year by a layer of carbon dioxide ice. In a region called the "cryptic terrain," the ice is translucent and sunlight can penetrate through the ice to warm the surface below. The ice layer sublimates (evaporates) from the bottom. The dark fans of dust seen in this image come from the surface below the layer of ice, carried to the top by gas venting from below. The translucent ice is "visible" by virtue of the effect it has on the tone of the surface below, which would otherwise have the same color and reflectivity as the fans. Bright streaks in this image are fresh frost. 

 

This describes well some of the "colors" of Mr. Schaffer's new composition "Scenes from the History of Mars". Bravo!

 

At 9:28am on April 8, 2011, Renata Aragón said…

Thank you for adding me to your list of friends. Your canine friends are beautiful. I do not know any penguins either : ( 

 

At 5:21am on April 8, 2011, Rabbi Avraham Chachamovits said…

Thank you kindly for your contact and interest. I am happy for it.

 

All the best,

Rabbi Avraham

http://soundcloud.com/achacham

 

At 5:53pm on October 6, 2010, Charles Mazarakes said…
Edward you have so much music I don't know where to begin. I randomly selected Before the Big Bang the was only God and found it quite moving. I'm curious how you tackle such a large subject. Do you choose your theme and work at somehow making it into a musical reality? Or do you, as I mostly do, find yourself being taken into new landscapes by your moods the music itself and when it's done discover what it all means?

Anyway just wanted to touch base with you and say I enjoyed Before... for both it's soothing and mystical qualities and will keep in touch.
Cheers,
Charlie
At 2:20pm on September 29, 2010, Charles Mazarakes said…
Great to find you here Edward. I'm new to this place and really haven't done much exploring. But it's good to find a fellow composition contest member here.
I'm at work now but I'll be dropping in at times to see what you're up to.
Cheers,
Charlie
At 3:59am on September 16, 2010, Rican Lee said…
Beautiful work.
At 2:28pm on August 17, 2010, Nick Capocci said…
Hi Edward. I did listen, just now. Very interesting piece. Sounds like it should be the slow movement of a larger work...? Love the Doxology quote! I know it better as "All people that on Earth do dwell"... but Doxology is neater.
 
 
 

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