Music Composers Unite!
Here you will find thousands(?) of improvisations by pianist and composer Emile Naoumoff.
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For many years I have been an admirer of the music of John Carollo. This link is to Anguish in Every Household (2010). I find the music deeply moving and am sharing it here so that other composers who might enjoy it or find it interesting will get to hear it.
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Sequencers have crappy scoring editors and I'm tired of waiting, so my latest video tutorials show my solution. (This series of videos completes my series on DAW networking.) This method should work for just about every sequencer. Sibelius appears to be multiple keyboards inputting MIDI into the sequencer (one MIDI keyboard per staff of the Sibelius score). The neat thing is that one can control these MIDI performances with exact detail using standard music notation (no…
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I notice some people have blog posts, and that I don't have any yet, at least not for this year, or for 2014.
Would I be accurate in saying that this is one of the blog posts that I don't have?
Some people have blog posts, but there are non-posts that I haven't looked at that don't exist at all (I mean those posts that haven't been written yet by anyone).
So it's hard to judge their value at this point.