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Rodney Carlyle Money's Discussions

Meditation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rodney Carlyle Money yesterday. 8 Replies

Hey guys and gals, this little piece called Meditation is scored for percussion and choir with the choir providing effects instead of actual singing. Thank you for listening and commenting!Listen to…Continue

We Wear the Mask

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rodney Carlyle Money Feb 3. 7 Replies

"We Wear the Mask" scored for Tenor, Celesta, Vibes, 2 Marimbas, and Cello. Thank you for listening guys and gals.  …Continue

Noumena "Battle for a Soul from Within"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rodney Carlyle Money Nov 25, 2016. 5 Replies

I was asked by a ballet company if I would consider writing a 30 minute prelude of "ambient, moody, and deep music" for the premier of a performance the first week of December. The piece I came up…Continue

MCA Alma Mater

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul T McGraw May 15, 2016. 17 Replies

The majority of my duties at the academy that I work for is to constantly compose new works for the students. Here's my latest that will be performed later this month. It's the school's Alma…Continue

 

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Rodney Carlyle Money replied to Rodney Carlyle Money's discussion Meditation
"Thank you so much, my friend, and wow you know my music better than I do, lol. Can you write my program notes for now on? ;) Thank you for your comments. They meant the world to me."
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Rodney Carlyle Money replied to Rodney Carlyle Money's discussion Meditation
"Thank ya Greg. That means a lot coming from you, my friend. I was thinking about expanding this piece. Any suggestions?"
Friday
Bob Porter replied to Rodney Carlyle Money's discussion Meditation
"Rodney, This seems to be two pieces. The first part with the repeating figure could be considered "spooky", I suppose. But I think you meant it more as trying to get deep inside oneself. A journey through the hidden places and darkest…"
Feb 13
Rodney Carlyle Money replied to Rodney Carlyle Money's discussion Meditation
""Hi Rodney, I found this engaging and ambient at the same time, “like”. It struck me that it would be good music for a spooky movie, for some reason I envisioned explorers paddling down the Amazon river on a dark and rainy day.…"
Feb 13
Rodney Carlyle Money replied to Rodney Carlyle Money's discussion Meditation
"Definitely, this piece is actually more like Dark Meditation. There are many voice and tamtam effects that create that uneasy feeling on purpose also."
Feb 12
roger stancill replied to Rodney Carlyle Money's discussion Meditation
"Rodney, I'm going to agree with Gav.  The flow was certainly not that of a 'serene' meditation and had an eeriness about it. I guess it all depends on the focus of ones meditation. kum bai ya   bubbahla  …"
Feb 12
Greg Brus replied to Rodney Carlyle Money's discussion Meditation
"Always a pleasure to listen to some of your stuff Rod."
Feb 12
Rodney Carlyle Money replied to Ray's discussion The Euphonium, my favourite brass instrument
"Thank ya for the additional info, my friend."
Feb 11
Rodney Carlyle Money posted a discussion

Meditation

Hey guys and gals, this little piece called Meditation is scored for percussion and choir with the choir providing effects instead of actual singing. Thank you for listening and commenting!Listen to Meditation by Rodney Money #np on #SoundCloudhttps://soundcloud.com/rodney-money-1/meditationSee More
Feb 10
Rodney Carlyle Money replied to Ray's discussion The Euphonium, my favourite brass instrument
"Here's my attempt at an euphonium tutti. The euphoniums start about halfway through the track: Listen to Moods by Rodney Money #np on #SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/rodney-money-1/moods"
Feb 5
Rodney Carlyle Money replied to Ray's discussion The Euphonium, my favourite brass instrument
"I second that notion, Ray. Great job with the rendering, Ray. If you didn't tell me it was a horn I would've thought it was a euphonium vi especially with the vibrato."
Feb 5
Rodney Carlyle Money replied to Ray's discussion The Euphonium, my favourite brass instrument
"Take your time, my friend, any time! And btw, that chilli sounds amazing!"
Feb 4
Rodney Carlyle Money replied to Ray's discussion The Euphonium, my favourite brass instrument
"Pretty much. Picture a tuba in the same range as a trombone."
Feb 4
Rodney Carlyle Money replied to Ray's discussion The Euphonium, my favourite brass instrument
"Thank ya Ray, looking forward to it. I have the VSL euphonium solo, but it doesn't have the vibrato that some soloists are known for. I've been told that I would need to purchase VI Pro for the humanization features. I have though tried…"
Feb 4
Rodney Carlyle Money replied to Ray's discussion The Euphonium, my favourite brass instrument
"Absolutely! The euphonium is always in my music and my heart. Do you have any favorite euphonium virtual instruments, Ray?"
Feb 4
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On a trip to the butcher

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Feb 3

Profile Information

What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Choir, Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Big Ensemble, Songs, Contemporary Ensembles, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Anything that sounds good!
Is music your main income source?
Yes!
Where do you live?
Winston-Salem, North Carolina USA
About Me (Must include biographical information about you as a composer):
I am a professional composer whose works have been performed all over the world. My publishers include: Alfred Reed, C. Alan, and Dutch Music Partners, and my music has been featured on NPR's "All Things Considered" hosted by Robert Siegel.

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At 4:58pm on January 5, 2015, Al Johnston said…

Thanks for the invite, Rodney. I was quite impressed by your Sins of the Old Testament pieces. Dance of the Golden  Calf was quite beguiling. I'm currently listening to BelgianComposer's new Double Bass Sonata (http://youtu.be/c4wIy1qyf1E). Check his Youtube channel out. I haven't run across him elsewhere, but his work is consistently first rate. Again, thanks for your work.

At 8:49am on September 13, 2013, Rodney Carlyle Money said…

Thank you so much Alex!

At 7:01pm on July 29, 2012, Tyler Hughes said…

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