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Suite for clarinet, violin and bass kannel

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Marko Nov 7, 2013. 6 Replies

Hey!There was this other topic about "early pieces", this one isn't early enough but also isn't new. A suite from a school concert. It's recorded in spring 2012.…Continue

Piano sonatina

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kaisa Kuslapuu Aug 23, 2013. 2 Replies

Hello everyone! Decided to give this a try.. have been on this forum for a while now but haven't really said much. Recently uploaded a sonatina I did for school, finished in June: It comes in two…Continue

 

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Small Ensemble, Songs, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Fantasy
Is music your main income source?
Yes!
Where do you live?
Estonia
About Me (Must include biographical information about you as a composer):
I learn composing in a music high school. I've been playing music for a while - 11 years of the piano and 8 years of the estonian bagpipe. Also am capable of some stuff with the guitar, organ, russian diatonic accordion, tin flute and violin.
I'm glad to have both classical and folk music in my life.
There is so much to find out! :)
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Tim Marko replied to Kaisa Kuslapuu's discussion Suite for clarinet, violin and bass kannel
"Laena mulle kannelt, Vanemuine! What a wonderful combination of instruments.  The kannel adds a wonderful depth of sound, and you utilized it beautifully.  I enjoyed this work a lot. Tim"
Nov 7, 2013
Kaisa Kuslapuu replied to Kaisa Kuslapuu's discussion Suite for clarinet, violin and bass kannel
"Lawrence, I portrayed the personalities through my own experiences or feelings, I think it's natural not to feel a connection with all the titles. Confidence is a calm feeling for me. Sometimes I think it's actually unfair to use titles,…"
Nov 7, 2013
Kaisa Kuslapuu replied to Tyler Hughes's discussion Interpretations on Folk Melodies Mvt. 3 (Now with Live recording)
"Wonderful piece! I'd love to hear movement 1 and 2. How long did you work at this? Which melodies did you use for the other movements?Just noticed this was posted in June.. I really didn't spend too much time here back then, lovely to…"
Nov 7, 2013
michael diemer replied to Kaisa Kuslapuu's discussion Suite for clarinet, violin and bass kannel
"Wonderful! Delightful! You definitely have a gift for music that portrays a scene, or in this case, three temperaments. (Have you heard Nielsens Symphony The Four Temperaments?). You are as gifted as any composer I have heard on this…"
Nov 6, 2013
Lawrence Aurich replied to Kaisa Kuslapuu's discussion Suite for clarinet, violin and bass kannel
"Haisa,\\ Kaisa,      A sweet suite, my sweet.  I heard the doubt in the first movement.  The second, Curiosity, was a little playful, a little shy.  Confidence, was more of a floating dance.  I didn't get…"
Nov 5, 2013
Tyler Hughes replied to Kaisa Kuslapuu's discussion Suite for clarinet, violin and bass kannel
"I like this piece a lot. Love the harmonic language and the instrumentation. Each instrument complements each other very well. The melodic lines going from one instrument to another works so well in this piece. I particularly like the first movement…"
Nov 4, 2013
Kaisa Kuslapuu posted a discussion

Suite for clarinet, violin and bass kannel

Hey!There was this other topic about "early pieces", this one isn't early enough but also isn't new. A suite from a school concert. It's recorded in spring 2012.Iseloomujoonte süit"Suite of traits(/personality)", not really sure how to translate.., consisting of three parts - Doubt, Curiosity, Confidence. The…See More
Nov 4, 2013
Kaisa Kuslapuu replied to Bob Porter's discussion Post your earliest work.
"Thank you! It translates directly as "Tuesday evening is bare" ("raagus" is an adjective used just for trees). I was writing this tune mainly on winter Tuesdays at music school when I had some free time between late lessons, I…"
Oct 30, 2013
Kaisa Kuslapuu replied to Bob Porter's discussion Post your earliest work.
"Very nice early pieces! Also, thanks for the support! I'm 18 now, so I wrote that 2 years ago.. but it feels like at least 5. Since I joined this music high school I feel like I have more idea of what I do. I didn't write that piece into…"
Oct 29, 2013
Kaisa Kuslapuu replied to Bob Porter's discussion Post your earliest work.
"Well, I was also making some little pieces when I was 9, but this is kind of my first more serious heart-pour at 16. Sorry for the recording quality."
Oct 27, 2013
Kaisa Kuslapuu replied to Erik Olsson's discussion Inconcievable sadness (Prelude)
"Thanks for posting this! It has a soothing effect on me.. what comes to my mind is a long continuous sentence of two and a half minutes, the low register slam as a deep breathe between the words..  When I heard the beginning, I automatically…"
Sep 3, 2013
roger stancill left a comment for Kaisa Kuslapuu
"Kaisa, I enjoyed listening to all 3 works. I thought they were extremely colorful and ,something missing in so much music today, soulful.  loved the textures      Roger"
Aug 26, 2013
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Aug 25, 2013
Kaisa Kuslapuu replied to Kaisa Kuslapuu's discussion Piano sonatina
"Thanks! It narrates some kind of a story for my perspective, but the last thing I want to do is to manipulate the imagination of other listeners.. but for myself I have found it to be an anxious experience of someone completely alone at night,…"
Aug 23, 2013
michael diemer replied to Kaisa Kuslapuu's discussion Piano sonatina
"This is very good. Not much else to say, except I wonder about the meaning of the subtitles. Are they meant to be playful suggestions, like Debussy's? Some of his are pretty obscure, to say the least ("and the moon descends on the…"
Aug 22, 2013
Kaisa Kuslapuu posted a discussion

Piano sonatina

Hello everyone! Decided to give this a try.. have been on this forum for a while now but haven't really said much. Recently uploaded a sonatina I did for school, finished in June: It comes in two parts: 1. No moon                                 2. No treetopsSee More
Aug 22, 2013

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At 6:25am on August 26, 2013, roger stancill said…

Kaisa, I enjoyed listening to all 3 works. I thought

they were extremely colorful and ,something missing

in so much music today, soulful.  loved the textures      Roger

At 11:03pm on October 19, 2012, Gordon Francis Blaney Jr. said…

Welcome! Awesome music!

At 6:07pm on October 19, 2012, Tyler Hughes said…

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