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Gimme that Old Atonal Music

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ingo Lee Feb 14. 7 Replies

Here's some hill billies making fun of modern music.  Biting satire.Continue

Do classical musicians feel rhythms differently?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lawrence Aurich Jun 14, 2018. 3 Replies

This video makes some interesting points about how different musicians interpret rhythms differently. Does anyone want to comment on this, I'm interested in the explanation of the Bernstein clip…Continue

Suggestions for my fugue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ingo Lee May 30, 2018. 19 Replies

Please make suggestions or criticisms of this fugue.  I started off trying to follow all the rules and the form of a fugue but I couldn't follow all the rules and write something I like, so let me…Continue


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Ingo Lee replied to Stanley King's discussion Frivolous Phrygian Waltz (WIP)
"This is a fun piece Stanley and well written from my point of view.  In my opinion the only theory that matters is what you are hearing yourself. I think Stephen has made a good point about the tuba but the booming is OK for me because of all…"
Ingo Lee replied to Gav Brown's discussion In the Jungle - Woodwind Quintet
"Sorry I'm late to this Gav, 'cause it's very well done; good sounds, development, dynamics, I like it!  You're doing different stuff these days with good results, what got you going in this direction?"
Ingo Lee replied to David Carovillano's discussion Dance of the Devilish Demons - orchestral soundtrack
"Great sounding piece David, the orchestration is wonderful.  I wouldn't necessarily think of percussion here but I'm sure you could add some nice features with it if you wanted. Just out of curiosity have you worked with hybrid or…"
Ingo Lee replied to Jostein Kauserud's discussion Variations
"Hi Jostein -  David is right, a personal teacher is the best way to learn things.  I notice we have made some suggestions for you to study here before.  If you don't want to deal with a tutor perhaps you would want to talk about…"
Mar 18
Ingo Lee replied to Bob Porter's discussion Rising
"Very nice Bob, I thought the rise and fall was very well paced with some tasteful variations leading to an interesting ending.  Very cinematic, I was seeing opening sequences for various movies as I listened. Good work as always!"
Mar 17
Ingo Lee replied to Stephen Lines's discussion The Road to Perdition
"Stephen, you said: " the three concurrent melodies commencing at bar 248 were given no harmonic consideration at all, and I haven't been interested in analysing them from a theoretical viewpoint" Debussy has told us: "Some people…"
Mar 17
Ingo Lee replied to Islam Y.Omari's discussion Change "An Original Tune"
"Hi Islam -   I like your composition and I agree with the other comments here. Most of us on this forum have spent a lot of time listening to complex instrumental music so when we hear a well done simple structure like you have here we…"
Mar 16
Ingo Lee replied to Stephen Lines's discussion The Road to Perdition
"Hi Stephen -  A very impressive work here, I very much enjoyed this.  I am envious of your ability to produce an extended work of this quality!  Of course in the age of instant gratification many of us will probably not be able to…"
Mar 15
Ingo Lee replied to David Carovillano's discussion If you were curious about bass clarinet and accordion...
"That's a great story David, thanks for giving us that. Very interesting things happening with the left hand technique on the accordion there, I'll have to think about that.   When I Google accordion concerto I see Chaikin listed and…"
Mar 10
Ingo Lee replied to Joseph Graham's discussion Quartet in G minor for 2 Violas and 2 Violoncelli
"Hi Joseph, I am enjoying listening to your first movement. I like that you have found an ensemble that has not been used, that is a great idea and the sound works quite well.  We had a young composer on this forum last year who played viola and…"
Mar 10
Ingo Lee replied to David Carovillano's discussion If you were curious about bass clarinet and accordion...
"Very cool David I like it.  Great performance of a complex piece too.  The backdrop of different views of the two instruments is a neat effect, is that a superimposed video channel of a different camera view?  I think somebody in the…"
Mar 8
Ingo Lee replied to Izzy Savides's discussion Third movement of Sierra's Return (Scherzo)
"Hi Izzy, I'd like to hear this but my browser is having trouble with your player, could you maybe export an mp3 to youtube or Soundcloud?"
Mar 7
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Dance for Cello Quartet (2' 12")
"Pleasant, light and charming Dane.  You are getting a great sound here which really makes a difference too.  I was wondering about the stereo separation, it seems that the instruments are close together but my hearing is not reliable. I…"
Mar 2
Ingo Lee replied to David Carovillano's discussion Incandescence for Bass Clarinet and String Trio
"I like where you're going with this Dave, kind of a rondo I guess with some great rhythms and colors and a modern flavor. And I'm a sucker for bass clarinet.   Got any more like this?"
Mar 1
Ingo Lee replied to Jostein Kauserud's discussion Writing for piano
"Jostein, Bob is right,  when they teach classical 4 part harmony they advise that you try and use "contrary motion" which is part of the technique of counterpoint, explained here."
Mar 1
Ingo Lee replied to Jostein Kauserud's discussion Writing for piano
"I agree Bob that knowledge of instrumental characteristics is valuable and useful but if we have certain ideas that don't take advantage of those characteristics or worse yet are awkward or even unplayable you've told us before that good…"
Feb 28

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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:)


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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