"sans titre... meaning without name or title, turns out the best poem ever... has no title, it begins
stop all the clocks by Auden...
your piece here, is so playful and dark, you have such a sense for the dramatic, and harmony, even when only one…"
"josellyn, thank you for kind words, yet i hear a true composer at work, in your work,,,
music is work, yet that's a good thing,,, maybe we are just kind of guides in the process...
wish you would write me at
Take it for what it is worth, but when I listen to Les_Anges, it makes me feel like crying but out of happiness. To best describe it I would say, it is like a movie where after the storm happens you know that everything is okay and you find…"
"you are a true composer, because your music is all about depth of emotions, without obviously being so, and you let the music find its phrases... and there is no lie in anything that you do... honesty is always the key to poetry, but talking about…"
"Hello Joselynn, I am sorry, I never saw that movie. My John Williams favorites (if there are any, because almost everything is so great) are the main theme from 'E.T.' and Yoda's theme from 'Starwars'.
Couple of years ago I…"
"haha thank you Jochen! I understand you like John Williams, his music is an inspiration for me as well. Which is your favorite piece? My favorite is from Presumed Innocent, the end credits. I just love the sound of the piano with strings! As you…"
"Thank you!! No one has ever called my music "daring" :), im still new at this so not a lot of people have heard my music either haha. I am always looking for advice on how improve though, any suggestions or words of advice you could give…"
"WOW! Thats what i want to do, film scoring! I want to go to USC to study but that will be a while haha. I love the tuba, I was the only tuba player in my high school's wind ensemble (Don Lugo H.S.) Im actually attending The Los Angeles…"
"Hi Josellyn, just listening to your music and I try to remember what I wrote when I was your age (which is hard to do, because it's soooo long ago). Conclusion is: You are better.
Best regards from Germany
What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
multimedia, Small Ensemble
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Is music your main income source?
No - Not Yet
Where do you live?
About Me (MUST be more than 10 words to be approved):
I am a sound engineer student in Hollywood, CA. I am 20 years old and come from a small city in the valley. I am a musician: Oboe, Tenor Sax, and Tuba (believe it or not). I have participated in marching bands, pep bands, orchestras, wind ensembles, jazz bands (big band and dixieland), and concert bands. My dream is to be a composer one day. I have no training in writing music, I just press record and start playing the keyboard. All the music I have written is MIDI.
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you are a true composer, because your music is all about depth of emotions, without obviously being so, and you let the music find its phrases... and there is no lie in anything that you do... honesty is always the key to poetry, but talking about music is like dancing about architecture.... i am so lucky to listen to music box, without really listening as i am moved to say sweet yet daring things about your art,
you have no idea how powerful your music is...
Hello Joselynn, I am sorry, I never saw that movie. My John Williams favorites (if there are any, because almost everything is so great) are the main theme from 'E.T.' and Yoda's theme from 'Starwars'.
Couple of years ago I bought a score of 'Starwars'. Whenever I run out of ideas I take that book. reproduce a few bars of it and inspiration is back. And I feel sorry for the poor people who have to play this music in a live situation.
josellyn, dark story is so daring, and emotionally black.../i hear melody in the quiet strings behind the shocks of the piano... this is so scorish...not anyone can do this...and a hint at melody in the piano,finally...
Howdy Neighbor! So tell me, what types of music are you writing these days? I keep getting comments about uploading music here at this site to share, but I just haven't gotten around to it yet. I DO have a few sound bytes (bites?) at my website at www.buddyclements.com I am sooo impressed that you also play the tuba! That rocks! I was a tuba performance major for both my bachelors and Masters degrees. Then after several years of teaching I decided to study film scoring over at nights at UCLA. I had actually ALWAYS wanted to be a composer so I went back to school to study more intensely and ended up completing a doctorate in composition at nearby Claremont Graduate University. Are you attending Citrus College? I hear they have an incredible recording/sound engineering program there! If so, can I ask you about a recording project I would like to do? You might know the guys to talk to... Have a great Sunday!