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Spring Celebration

Started May 16 0 Replies

Primroses are for me the real sign of spring arrival. This piece celebrates spring. It starts tentatively like nature is wakening and drowsy try to start all processes. Then after a while the…Continue

Kyrie Eleison

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kjell Prytz May 3. 8 Replies

Greetings!Here is a Kyrie Eleison, begging for mercy since we treat mother nature so disrespectful. It is an interplay with an organ and a brass ensemble striving for some heavy bass tones…Continue

May I call this a piano sonata?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kjell Prytz Apr 10. 10 Replies

Hi all,when small streams meet aims at depicting a meeting of two different minds interacting turbulently first but successively turns into a harmonic and fruitful relation, illustrated by the waltz…Continue

Classical Waltz for String Orchestra

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Porter Mar 20. 15 Replies

Good evening,this is an attempt to create a classical waltz in a somewhat old-fashioned style aimed for dancing, although the tempo is not fully constant. Only strings were used with a special choice…Continue

 

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Kjell Prytz posted a discussion

Spring Celebration

Primroses are for me the real sign of spring arrival. This piece celebrates spring. It starts tentatively like nature is wakening and drowsy try to start all processes. Then after a while the primroses appear and nature comes alive and finally goes back to sleep again.The piece has a counterpoint format to include the parallel processes nature brings to us during this time.All the best to all of you,Kjell…See More
May 16
Kjell Prytz replied to Islam Y.Omari's discussion "Modesty" an original piano piece
"Romantic tune, post-modern in its form in the sense that you let your feeling flow. It gives me an interesting impression and surprising feelings. Well done, Omari. Kjell"
May 16
Kjell Prytz replied to Thomas Moorin's discussion College Piece
"Very nice pop song. Even if it lacks originality (I listened to this in the 70s) it works well since that need not be a problem for pop songs. I think the contemporary pop makers from my country sound like the English spoken sounded in the 70s, and…"
May 16
Kjell Prytz replied to Marcel Müller's discussion Lullaby
"I certainly do not get to sleep when listening to this music. It is interesting and engaging, there are small events happening all the way. I like it a lot. Well done, Marcel. Kjell"
May 16
Kjell Prytz replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Concerto for String Orchestra. 1st movement. 2'50"
"You are a clever composer, Dane. This is a generous work, it gives me joy and experience and I am grateful. To me, this is the kind of modern music that I appreciate and bridges the gap between tonal and atonal music, so much needed for me. The…"
May 16
Kjell Prytz replied to Rick's discussion Sadness
"I like it. It certainly has some Sullivan vibs. O'Sullivan was one of my favorites at the time and I am happy to see his name mentioned again and that his music still lives through your lovely tune. In my part of the world the youth…"
May 10
Kjell Prytz replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Sonata in B Flat for Keyboard
"Although intended as an exercise it sounds like a completed work by an early Mozart or similar. It is very enjoyable and although easy listening it has its golden moments. Well done!"
May 10
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Kyrie Eleison
"Thank you Colin, interesting point to have more focus on the organ. Latest GPO had improved the brass, now with a decent trumpet, so I thought I wanted to try that. But more organ may resolve the tuba muddiness pointed out by others. There are two…"
May 3
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Kyrie Eleison
"Thanks Jon, to me Kyrie Eleison is just greek for what I wanted to express. I could have chosen any language here, english for example, but thought it would be more evocative in this way. But you gave me a good point, thank you. Kjell"
May 3
Colin Dougall replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Kyrie Eleison
"Hi Kjell Really enjoyed this. The organ sounds good and the brass picks out some really nice melodies. I think that it's a bit muddy in the bass at times to the detriment of the organ which, to my mind at least, is the star of the show and…"
May 1
Jon Corelis replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Kyrie Eleison
"It's a good composition, but I was puzzled why it's called a Kyrie Eleison -- isn't a Kyrie Eleison by definition a vocal piece?  At least every one I've heard has been.  Just from a marketing standpoint, it might be…"
Apr 30
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Kyrie Eleison
"Thank you guys for your support. Seems you have similar impressions. The bass register is of course hard to utilize since it is most dependent on the sound system, it is the hardest part to reproduce. Still it is my ambition to compose in this…"
Apr 30
roger stancill replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Kyrie Eleison
"Hey there Kjell, all in all I enjoyed this. A point or 2 for your consideration though. I thought that the base horns played to much of a role and 'muddied' the flow of this... and, I was listening for a 'bravado moment' from…"
Apr 28
Dane Aubrun replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Kyrie Eleison
"Good work.  It works as a Kyrie, has a subdued solemnity about it, subdued because of your choice of lower brass that never blares. If I may say so, the scoring sounds somewhat dense but that could be this particular rendering or possibly that…"
Apr 28
Gav Brown replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Kyrie Eleison
"Hi Kjell, While this is not unpleasant, I found that there is a quality of sameness and tone throughout which caused my interest to fade as the piece went on. I think some more variance in volume (higher highs in particular) might have caused me to…"
Apr 27
Kjell Prytz posted a discussion

Kyrie Eleison

Greetings!Here is a Kyrie Eleison, begging for mercy since we treat mother nature so disrespectful. It is an interplay with an organ and a brass ensemble striving for some heavy bass tones originating from both the organ and two tubas.It is my first try of this format so all reflections would be received gratefully.Kjell…See More
Apr 27

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Web
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Classical
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Uppsala Forest
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 compose modern or post-modern classical tunes which I realize digitally through Finale and Garritan. I post my music on Soundcloud to get listeners and to attract performers. My main ambition is to get the music performed.
Website:
https://soundcloud.com/user-892939153/tracks

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