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Heavy Metal Bach

Started 11 hours ago 0 Replies

Once again J.S. Bach has proven to be be adaptable, enjoyable and relevant to the ages.Continue

David Bruce

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gav Brown Feb 25. 1 Reply

David Bruce is an British composer of contemporary classical music.  He is an alumnus of the Royal College of Music and he has had many commissions and public performances of his contemporary…Continue

Chamber group final movement

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ingo Lee Nov 13, 2020. 8 Replies

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Chamber group No. 2

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Heavy Metal Bach

Once again J.S. Bach has proven to be be adaptable, enjoyable and relevant to the ages.See More
11 hours ago
Ingo Lee replied to Rob J Kennedy's discussion A New Style
"There is a lot of new music being produced by talented composers all the time. A new 'style' with enough followers to attract media attention and become widely known is unlikely since classical music in general continues to get a smaller…"
23 hours ago
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion String Qt 2nd movement.
"Your mock up is well done Dane, the sounds are clear and accurate and it seems to follow the score quite well to my eye.  I enjoyed the piece itself; to me it very expressively reflects a melancholy soliloquy, and as Ali says the dissonance…"
yesterday
Ingo Lee replied to Albert de la Fuente's discussion Finale of a string sextet. Beginning
"With your talent and skill I think it would be interesting to see what you would do in a free form environment.  Coltrane himself went from 'coltrane changes' to a much wilder approach that cost him quite a few followers; dangerous…"
Monday
Ingo Lee replied to Albert de la Fuente's discussion Finale of a string sextet. Beginning
"Hi Albert, I'm sorry I have an empty comment above, I think the server dropped it but I'm not sure what happened. What I had said was that this piece is very catchy and enjoyable as you say. It is very well written, it reminds me a little…"
Monday
Ingo Lee replied to Albert de la Fuente's discussion Finale of a string sextet. Beginning
"This is very catchy as you say Albert and rondo fits well here.  It reminds me of Golliwogg's Cakewalk with maybe a taste of Gershwin and then it gets a bit Strauss like with a modern sounding fragment at the end. Either the cakewalk or…"
Apr 16
Ingo Lee replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Springtime inspired orchestral
"Hi Kjell - Another well crafted and enjoyable piece you have written here. You have followed and developed your theme to the point of it being a theme and variations which is an excellent approach for this style of music I think.  This does…"
Apr 10
Ingo Lee replied to Jon Corelis's discussion Biden adminstration to pay composers for their works
"Oddly enough a similar proposal was included in the Obama administrations economic stimulus plan in 2009. http://hispirits.blogspot.com/2009/04/let-poets-enjoy-stimulus-too.html"
Apr 4
Ingo Lee replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion We Thank Thee (2.. min a cappella choir song)
"Thank you Ali for the extended discussion and extra materials for study. Your experience and scholarship are useful and appreciated!"
Apr 3
Ingo Lee replied to Gav Brown's discussion Ballad for Solo Piano
"Excellent extended work here Gav, well developed with sophisticated rhythms and harmonies.  I almost see it as two works, the medium slow section to measure 75 and then a faster tempo section with some variations to the end. The first section…"
Apr 3
Ingo Lee replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion We Thank Thee (2.. min a cappella choir song)
"Hi Ali - I admire your ability to use simple rhythms, themes and orchestrations to make subtly interesting and appealing music. Your harmonies are a big part of this I feel, as Dane has pointed out, they are adventurous and creative without being…"
Mar 29
Ingo Lee replied to Suzanne Munro's discussion sound libraries for choral works comparable with Sibelius
"Hi Suzanne - I don't have an easy answer for you, mainly because I'm a composer (self appointed) not a techie/digital guru. As far as I know there is no product that does what you want.  Someone else may chime in here and say…"
Mar 27
Ingo Lee replied to Jan-Frederik Carl's discussion Piano miniature
"Hi Jan-Frederik - My thought was that some pieces have features that stand out well and that they can be used in a different setting and still be very effective.  The best example is when composers take a great melody and reuse it in a…"
Mar 26
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Song without words -mezzo, baritone, orchestra
"This is masterfully conceived and realized Dane, nothing here to criticize.  Taking advantage of full orchestra and voices with harp, vibraphone and percussion for extra spice that all blends together nicely. I'm not noticing the…"
Mar 24
Ingo Lee replied to Jan-Frederik Carl's discussion Piano miniature
"Great rhythmic momentum in this piece Jan-Frederik, it carries the piece quite well.  I think the pitches are almost optional, you could have consonance or dissonance and it would still work. And I agree that you could expand it or use it to…"
Mar 24
Ingo Lee replied to Andreas van Haren's discussion Piano album with 16 pieces for the advanced player. Video recording of no. 1, "After Work, Late at Night"
"Hi Andreas -  Very nice piece here, your refinements have created a pleasing and mellow blend.  I also admire your restraint, most pianists (and composers) would have included some pianistic ornaments and flourishes that really aren't…"
Mar 16

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Film, Web, Small Ensemble, Songs, Contemporary Ensembles
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
I like them all
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Southern California
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've played various styles of music semi-professionally off and on for many years, and written both instrumental and vocal material during most of that time.

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At 1:54am on May 19, 2018, Timo Schuemer said…

Hi Ingo, thank you so much, very kind and encouraging! Regards from Germany!

At 8:01am on October 23, 2016, Bob Morabito said…

No problem Ingo--so nice hearing from you:)

Bob

At 2:43am on June 18, 2016, Amirul Hisham Othman said…

Hello there, welcome to composersforum :] if you're looking for some of my works, you can check them out on my profile page, I did upload couple of new stuffs on video/playlist~ Looking for yours too, please share if you do :p

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