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Lively counterpoint

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kjell Prytz on Saturday. 10 Replies

My ambition with Inertia was to make it lively and rhythmic. It has a counterpoint characteristic and reminds me of the scherzo form. There is a fugue in the end of the piece and like the scherzo it…Continue

Amber - Guitar and Clarinet concert piece

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kjell Prytz Oct 24. 12 Replies

Greetings,this piece I call Amber. Mr Mahler was a great inspirer here, in particular 5th Symphony and his famous adagietto. I chose guitar instead of Harp.Mahler used his themes in different tempo…Continue

Simple, classical, romantic

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kjell Prytz Sep 25. 4 Replies

Hi all,this concert for piano and string orchestra is based on my favorite theme, a bit of a jazzy character. It was formed during end of summer when winds are particularly whimsical which formed a…Continue

1900

Started Jul 4 0 Replies

Greetingstitle refers to events appearing in primarily Europe during the 20th century when both art and science took some giant steps in a mutual fertilization. This formed some personal inspiration…Continue

 

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Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Lively counterpoint
"Thank you, Dane. Yours is the second remark on reverb so I need to explore it, trying something different. I use the standard GPO for "Standard Concert Hall", i.e. I haven't tried to adjust anything myself. But maybe I could try a…"
Saturday
Dane Aubrun replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Lively counterpoint
"I thought it was nice enough but flooded out by too much reverb.  All good, though."
Friday
Kjell Prytz replied to Art Lowell's discussion Pretending to Write Like Bartok
"Forgot to mention that it surely depends on sound system. The effect I hear is only relevant for headphones. Using loudspeakers, both ears will hear the bass although everything comes from the right. Kjell"
Friday
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Lively counterpoint
"Very nice words, Michael. Thank you very much. It is like they enriches the piece through its poetic character. English is such a beautiful language when mastered in this way. Kjell"
Friday
michael diemer replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Lively counterpoint
"Wonderful stuff, Kjell. Great flow, very organic feel to it. It has your typical sound, which I would describe as mysterious, shaded in dark but not drab colors, and at times almost secretive, veiled. I'm not sure if that makes any sense, but…"
Thursday
Kjell Prytz replied to Art Lowell's discussion Pretending to Write Like Bartok
"This work I find really great. It is sort of total, it contains everything. It has melodies, rhythm, orchestra, solos. Very impressive work. Just one remark, probably personal: panning, why is it so extreme? Sometimes I hear e.g. the basses in one…"
Thursday
Kjell Prytz replied to Stephen C. Doonan's discussion Procession of the Elves - piano solo
"Delightful and relaxing piece, nicely played with a beautiful piano sound. It feels modern and therefore also innovative. I like that. Greetings, Kjell"
Thursday
Kjell Prytz replied to Lennart Östman's discussion The Sermon (string quartet and orchestra)
"Hello Lennart, I like the piece a lot. It is easy to follow its development and it has an appealing orchestration. For me, the first half is more appealing due to its many contrasting and surprising events. The second part ends with a truly…"
Thursday
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Lively counterpoint
"Thank you very much, Stephen. Kjell"
Thursday
Stephen C. Doonan replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Lively counterpoint
"Beautiful, intricate and interesting piece."
Thursday
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Lively counterpoint
"Thank you Lennart, glad you listened and liked it. I appreciate you noticed that special technique to start a theme before the previous one has ended. It is because of continuity. Also good to get your comments on the production. When doing digital…"
Wednesday
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Lively counterpoint
"Hi Ali, thank you for your many interesting points. I try to be innovative here, which I also here in your music. It is exciting to experiment with so many tools at hand. In counterpoint music it is certainly a criteria that instruments are heard, I…"
Wednesday
Lennart Östman replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Lively counterpoint
"Very beautiful and you managed to keep the interest of the listener throughout the piece. It never felt boring or repetitious. I like how you several times let the first violins fill in the last leg of the previous theme as a launching pad for its…"
Wednesday
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Lively counterpoint
"Hi Kjell, Perpetuum mobile.  Certainly. It is interesting how you use classic harmonies and on the other hand keep a piece flowing from beg to end. Of course there are two ? points it comes to almost a halt and also loudness drops down, which…"
Nov 12
Kjell Prytz posted a discussion

Lively counterpoint

My ambition with Inertia was to make it lively and rhythmic. It has a counterpoint characteristic and reminds me of the scherzo form. There is a fugue in the end of the piece and like the scherzo it ends with something more.It is not really meant to be classical but more like post-modern, like most of my music.Inertia is an interesting expression, not reserved for the Physics science but means something that lags, something that do not keep up with changes. It felt like a proper title.…See More
Nov 11
Kjell Prytz replied to Gav Brown's discussion Christmas Moon for Alto and Piano
"Hi Gav, it is a nice tune, it kept my attention all through. I think piano and voice fit nicely together. The piano is doing a great job. It disturbs a bit that there is no room for breathing. I believe the vocal will come out even better if you…"
Nov 8

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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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