Dear Member, Attached is a movement for solo Piano in C Minor.It is in Sonata form and runs for about 7 minutes.Tried closing the movement with an exciting Coda.Please listen and comment!Thanks in advance! See More
"Haha well yes in pieces for solo voice LOL, but I've definitely encountered double trills in choral music. They can be found in the choral scores of both the B Minor Mass and the Messiah I believe. I just got done performing both works about a…"
Double trills are more and more found in Beethoven's Piano music. In voice, it is generaly a single Trill, right? In Piano, we can have double trills played. I was wondering the rules of Consecutives apply here.
"Interesting ideas...I wonder, what of neighbor groups then. Could you have changing tones a 5th apart based on the same notion that its purely decoration? Also, I would think that the trill would have originated in the voice and progressed over…"
"Thanks for listening and your comments Tyler. I know that the left hand part is considerably difficult only an accomplished player can achieve. However, as I said before, it is a left hand accompaniment to an already composed melody. The Melody…"
So your violin concerto is a huge step forward. I too try to make some improvement with every effort. If you have 15 minutes and some strong pain killers you may wish to listen to the newly posted version of Essay for Orchestra on y home page.I would appreciate your thoughts and comments.
Listening to your Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra - interesting melange of styles. Neo classical but it is informed by more modern rhythmn by the syncopations in your material. The transition material needs work - the ideas are good but the execution needs work. Why? Well, you seem to repeat exactly the same material in a few places as your transition and the material itself is more a part of a larger texture or idea. As you move one in the piece less of this happens. Seems you get a better secure footing as you proceed. Also the stylistic synthesis is more complete - that is it doesn't sound as if you are jumping from idea to another.
Yet if this is your intention to present several ideas in a somewhat fractured way and they become more synthesized then this is successful - though you could do it even better.
Overall I like your incipient style and your ideas for orchestration. Think you just need more time to compose and practice writing long forms. Writing cohesive engaging music over 3-4 minutes is challenging for any composer
I've spent some time now reading the fugue for four voices. I did have some questions, but it'd be more productive I think for us to chat live with the score open at both ends. This post-response system is just too slow for an analytical conversation. I'll look for you online, or try to contact me when you're disposed.
I listened to your 2nd track, it is beautiful music, hope you'll post some of your works with more instruments,
Your 3rd track now is much better in the new sounds, try to have orchestral sounds, you'll get better result.
Why you don't use the Indian Ragas in building your music as I do?
Have a nice time,
Hello friend. I just listened to your three mp3's. My first impression of your D maj 1st mov, was that it sounded like the style of music I composed when I was your age, when the dugster was a youngster. So, I found it stark, bold, adventurous, and rough around the edges. I agree with Per-Erik, your recordings/performances need a greater range of dynamics.
Your C min 4th mov, is my favorite, so far. It comes across as even more adventurous and more consistently well-balanced. I hope you will soon post work with a variety of instruments. I'm looking forward to hearing more!
I enjoyed so much in listening to the music songs in your blog, they are so nice and modern Indian style mixed between the the Western and the Indian styles.
Have a nice weekend,