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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Songs
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
classical and jazz
Is music your main income source?
No - Not Yet
Where do you live?
Anchorage, Alaska
About Me (Must include biographical information about you as a composer):
I love to compose music, poetry, paint
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Journey to Serious (Sirius)

Personal translations of emotional feelings and of certain works composed in the 18/19th century.

I

wandering aimlessly, a

timely ending or phase you're going

through

frosted

foliage

serendipity – you

solemnly swear its not

entirely your fault. A cheap detective

novel. A black cloud seems

to follow you, wet behind the

ears and classically

trained.

II

wanting a bad way

to say goodbye. Can't help but

think a familiar

feel, a breath of

fresh air.

singular

sensation

every

noun

traveling

expedited

tempo.

III

bad apple, the artistry of

creation, an

envious eye hostage to its

greed. I knew it the first time I

kissed you were a cheap imitation of

me. This shall

quietly pass into history. A

slow boil a tale of

woe

IV

Because of "love"

censure

evoked a presumption of

guilt.

Killed in action, a token of

my esteem, my

quest

stifled, then

written

V

such a whole new

meaning,

our

dealing from the bottom of the deck.

with

meditative

yawn by

dawn – learning to fail was part of

succeeding the dark side of

midnight

VI

ready? we're not out of the woods

yet, let alone

on common

ground.

Blessed are the pure of heart

in

vocalization a

swift pursuit

around a night on the

town

brother can you spare a dime?

VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII

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Correspondence in Key Variations

Posted on February 2, 2015 at 7:23pm 1 Comment

Subject: Thoroughvoice notation 

Title: The Adhering I

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"What is conservatism? Is it not adherence to the old and tried, against the new and untried."



Abraham Lincoln…

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At 3:35pm on May 19, 2012, John Elliott said…

I am wondering...especially because I can't find anybody else mentioning this...why there is what sounds like repetitive chewing/crunching (or more likely (?) footsteps in gravel) in the background (in places--usually near the end) of I, II, V, VI in "Journey to Serious." Also, there's what sounds like someone walking knee-deep in water in "III." In "IV," there is walking (down a hall, up stairs, across a large empty room?).

There are other sounds in other pieces, but do I need to go into them all?

I like the music, but find the inexplicable nature of the background sounds very distracting (obviously, because I'm going on at length here about them)--which then causes me to lose focus on the music itself. (I find myself wondering, also, if there's a clue in the title, "Journey to Serious," and that the background noises are part of your expression of your lack of seriousness. Which is also distracting, because it completely ignores the music.)

What am I missing? I would like to appreciate these pieces for what they are, but until I know whether or not the background noises are intentional, I can't. Mainly, I can't justify them in terms of the title, which is where I am stuck.

Help me, so I can get back to listening to these as they are intended (with or without the background sounds).

At 3:10pm on May 19, 2012, John Elliott said…

I rather disappeared off the map as of the end of March 2010! (Hence my long delay in replying.) I can't believe I've been away that long. Thank you for listening! And thank you for your appreciation.

At 8:02pm on August 24, 2011, Paulo cesar Maia de Aguiar (Br) said…
Amazing music man
At 6:20am on October 26, 2010, Yaiza Varona said…
Hi Rican, thank you so much for listening to my work and for your kind words! I have been listening to your work, it´s so nice! Is there a story behind the naming of your tracks, Rican? Wish you a great day!
At 1:18pm on September 30, 2010, Phil Mortimer said…
Thanks Rican I appreciate the support. Phil
At 9:03pm on September 17, 2010, Jack Pickett said…
Thanks - good piano music here. J
At 9:05am on September 16, 2010, Fredrick zinos said…
Thank you for taking the time to listen. I will have an opportunity to listen to your work a little later today.
At 5:35am on September 16, 2010, Oliver F. Koelling said…
Hi Rican,

Thank you for your nice comment on my page. Listening to your tracks....wonderful ! Keep up this good work..
Best regards
(:-)liver
At 7:47pm on September 15, 2010, Philemon Mukarno said…
Thank you very much !
http://www.philemonmukarno.com/
At 7:15am on September 15, 2010, H. Archibald said…
Hi Rican,

Thanks for the comment. I hope all is well with you. I've been busy working on projects so I've not been on the forum as often. How about yourself?
 
 
 

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