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Piano Sonata

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ingo Lee Apr 14. 16 Replies

This is a neo-classical solo piano piece that roughly follows sonata form.  Please listen and give me some feedback on this piece.  All comments and criticisms are welcome.  I'm afraid that I've…Continue

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


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Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion String Quartet 3rd movement.
"Dane I'm sure you're aware of MuseScore which is free and happily used by many. Apparently it will break out parts and export to PDF as well as MIDI to use in your DAW.  To download and play with it could be a diversion while you…"
Ingo Lee replied to Colin Dougall's discussion Vienna Ensemble Pro 7 & Kontakt Player
"Colin, I don't use either Kontakt or VEPro but I came across this post on the VSL forum "I'm very pleased to say I've solved the puzzle. Basically, I moved all 32bit VSTs into one folder which I called…"
Ingo Lee replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion At the Edge - Computer generated music for solo Cello
"I appreciate your discussion of the use of computer here Ali but in the end it doesn't seem to matter, the final critical decisions are yours and the work seems 'human' to me, probably because of that.  I thought the use of…"
Ingo Lee replied to Stephen C. Doonan's discussion Abstract 1 - piano solo
"Well done Stephen, this has a good variety of harmony and rhythm in the right hand. I'd like to hear some more variation in your left hand, I think you could do that and still maintain your forward momentum.  Thanks for posting."
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion String Quartet 3rd movement.
"I like the way that the sections fit together and give this an overall arc. So semi-formal works for me I guess. Thanks for putting together a score, it's always useful for us I think.  Scoring software is a pain I know, but then when…"
Ingo Lee replied to Jörfi Terríson's discussion Song Cycle for Cello and Piano
"The cello sound is great, of course the writing makes all the difference, but Spitfire has a pretty good reputation, right up there with VSL I guess. Can you combine the solo instruments for say, a string quartet or chamber piece?  And the…"
Nov 21
Ingo Lee replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Lively counterpoint
"Yes I do like the counterpoint here Kjell, you've handled it well which is not easy to do. Your orchestration and dynamics are effective as well.  Your piece seems to sometimes cross over between classical and romantic in the effect which…"
Nov 21
Ingo Lee replied to Timothy Smith's discussion His Majesty Unfathomed
"We haven't seen you in a while Tim, I'm glad you're back. I see you have been busy and this is very well done. It seems cinematic to me, I could imagine a number of scenes that would benefit from this as accompaniment which is not to…"
Nov 21
Ingo Lee replied to Stephen C. Doonan's discussion Wistful - brief piano solo
"Very nice Stephen, jazz influenced with nice harmonic movement. Only problem, it's too short, I'm sure you have some neat ideas to extend that into a longer work. Thanks for posting!"
Nov 21
Ingo Lee replied to Jörfi Terríson's discussion Song Cycle for Cello and Piano
"HI Jorfi -  Very accomplished and enjoyable. I haven't looked closely at your theory or score here, it seems beyond impressionism with a modern sound that works well for my ear. Excellent sound too, I thought, what are your libraries if…"
Nov 21
Ingo Lee replied to Jörfi Terríson's discussion Hello! (waves shyly)
"Hi Jorfi, welcome to the forum.  We're honest but pretty supportive here and there are composers of all levels so go ahead and post something in the Music Analysis and Critique category unless you have a specific question or want…"
Nov 18
Ingo Lee replied to Daniel DiMercurio's discussion What Piece Drives You to Tears?
"Thanks Gav for posting that, I liked it although it didn't affect me the same as you.  The score did make me curious;. groupings of 22 and 23 sixty-fourth notes, who hears that?  I ended up on this…"
Nov 9
Ingo Lee replied to Gav Brown's discussion Christmas Moon for Alto and Piano
"Very nice Gav,  great harmonies and melodies and rhythm. Your lyricist has done a great job also with a poignant Christmas theme. This should appeal to a wide audience.  You could vary the piano textures more I suppose, let the vocal work…"
Nov 3
Ingo Lee replied to remy BAILLON's discussion "The return" An attempt to mix metal music with orchestration
"A very interesting work Remy and I did enjoy it with some reservations. You have written and played (I'm assuming it's you?) very well here.  The orchestral opening is dark and dense, suggesting horror and doom in a tonal cinematic…"
Nov 3
Ingo Lee replied to Valerio Dalla Ragione's discussion My first symphony
"Very impressive Valerio, your passion and commitment to the art form are obvious and your skills as well.  I only listened to the first movement due to time constraints but I look forward to hearing the complete work since I enjoyed the first…"
Oct 26
Ingo Lee replied to Valerio Dalla Ragione's discussion My first symphony
"Hi Valerio - Welcome to the forum, I have not yet had time to listen to your work but I will. Just for us the time stamps are: 2nd movement - 16:10 3rd movement - 28:13 4th movement - 40:54"
Oct 24

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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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