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Do classical musicians feel rhythms differently?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lawrence Aurich on Thursday. 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. 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

Flight of the Bumble Bee

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ingo Lee Apr 26. 4 Replies

Just for fun!Continue

Free Sonar Platinum

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Dexter Apr 7. 25 Replies

Cakewalk has been sold to BandLab who is now offering a free version of Sonar Platinum if anyone is interested. The license is for six months and I don't know what will happen at the end of that…Continue

 

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Ingo Lee replied to Socrates Arvanitakis's discussion FAREWELL MIKE
"Yes, Gregorio X and HS Teoh were very helpful with my fugue.  They went through the it thoroughly but with kindness and encouragement so I was able to make improvements and see what could be done better in the future, I don't know where…"
yesterday
Ingo Lee replied to Socrates Arvanitakis's discussion FAREWELL MIKE
"But if you leave now you'll miss my string quartet!"
Saturday
Lawrence Aurich replied to Ingo Lee's discussion Do classical musicians feel rhythms differently?
"A jazz band with a quick beat, syncopation and percussion has to be exact with the beat to give that feeling of tightness and precision.  The opposite is true of the concert pianist.  The beat is somewhat fluid for the purpose of…"
Thursday
Ingo Lee replied to Ingo Lee's discussion Do classical musicians feel rhythms differently?
"I thought the video title would get a laugh and some objections,  "different" from what exactly? My thought is that rhythm is part of the foundation of music and life itself, so any musician has to come to terms with basic rhythms to…"
Jun 12
Bob Porter replied to Ingo Lee's discussion Do classical musicians feel rhythms differently?
"Well, accept that rhythm in classical music and rhythm in jazz music have totally different purposes. Which makes me think that is lesson is a non-issue.  Jazz is all abut the beat, syncopation, being in the groove. Classical music is all about…"
Jun 10
Ingo Lee replied to gregorio X's discussion String quartet #1 movement 2 (re-edit)
"This is very interesting Gregorio how you have developed your initial material. It is very expressive and inventive. I'm impressed at how you are able to use these "cells", which don't seem to have a direction if you will, into a…"
Jun 9
Ingo Lee posted a discussion

Do classical musicians feel rhythms differently?

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 especially.Here's an article that discusses some reasons for orchestras playing behind the conductor beat.https://www.wqxr.org/story/why-do-orchestras-play-behind-beat/See More
Jun 9
Ingo Lee replied to Emily Bond's discussion Elements Contest Pieces
"Cool stuff Emily, they're all good but I llke the aggressive drive of flame, sometimes a little "roughness" enhances the whole effect, for me at least. Thanks for posting."
Jun 8
Ingo Lee replied to Ingo Lee's discussion Suggestions for my fugue
"HS Teoh - PS - I look forward to hearing that backburner non-traditional fugue!"
May 30
Ingo Lee replied to Ingo Lee's discussion Suggestions for my fugue
"Oh yes, much hair pulling here, "Ok some rule is going to be broken now, which one is it?" And then when the rules are satisfied it's "But now I don't like the sound of it. Arghh!" But sometimes that can be liberating;…"
May 29
H. S. Teoh replied to Ingo Lee's discussion Suggestions for my fugue
"Totally sympathise with the "well any subject should work" thought -- I used to think that way too, and only learned the hard way that sometimes seemingly trivial details in the subject can make a huge difference in the outworking of the…"
May 29
Ingo Lee replied to Ingo Lee's discussion Suggestions for my fugue
"HS Teoh -  Yes a fugue! Well, sort of. But the work that you and Gregorio have done and posted here piqued my interest to revisit this form (never spent that much time with it in the past unfortunately) Thank you for taking the time and making…"
May 29
Ingo Lee replied to Ingo Lee's discussion Suggestions for my fugue
"Gregorio, I've studied my harmonic transitions; and as you say they needed some work. I've done that and some other needed changes are included in this post.  I have not updated the mp3 in the heading of this thread but I will do that…"
May 29
Ingo Lee replied to Gav Brown's discussion Fox Hunt
"Nice work Gav. I like the bugle reference and how you expand on that. They have an etude like feel and I'm sure this would be valuable material for horn players at many levels."
May 29
H. S. Teoh replied to Ingo Lee's discussion Suggestions for my fugue
"A fugue! A fugue!  Ingo wrote a fugue! :-D Listened to this several times.  I found your subject has some weak points that lead to troubles in the development of the fugue. (Don't worry, you're not alone in this: writing a good…"
May 28
Ingo Lee replied to Ingo Lee's discussion Suggestions for my fugue
"Very helpful Gregorio, thank you.  I will definitely review the piece for the harmonic structure."
May 25

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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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