RHAPSODY IN JAZZ.pdf
RHAPSODY IN JAZZ for Alto saxophone in Eb,Tenor saxophone in Bb,Trumpet in Bb, 2Horns in F,Trombone.
( 3 Percussionest ; as following)
Bass Drum .Tenor Drum
Happy to get your opinion about the my piece .
Added by Ehsan Saboohi on August 30, 2009 at 2:00pm —
My CD isn't even mastered yet,
When it is, You can be sure I'll have mp3 samples up on my website ( as well as on the Origin Website as well ) Continue
Added by phil Kelly on August 26, 2009 at 1:59pm —
Richard Schletty, a first rate musician and all round nice guy, was kind enough to make an MP3 of my American Songs and load it onto my home page.
Orchestra: 2222/2200.Timpani Strings. Duration 12 minutes.
I hope you enjoy it.
For some really good music please visit Richard Schletty's home page.
Added by Fredrick zinos on August 25, 2009 at 7:31pm —
I'm really excited about the two projects I've managed to bring to fruition this summer: My third Big Band CD and a vocal project for Seattle singer / pianist
Primo Kim . The vocal project couldn't have been pulled off without the invaluable help of fellow composer Chris Alpier, who managed to turn three full live symphonic orchestrations into actual music with his programming skills. ( unfortunately , due to copyright restrictions, I can't post the final tracks here, but when the CD is… Continue
Added by phil Kelly on August 24, 2009 at 2:15pm —
Rita Joe is a Mic Mac poet and she lived in Nova Scotia. I wrote a song cicle of 18 songs sung by Ann Maas and myself on the piano.
Added by henk alkema on August 23, 2009 at 4:25am —
Metamorphosis on theme of Paganini (for piano).pdf
Caprice No. 24 in A minor is the final caprice of Niccolò Paganini's 24 Caprices, and a famous work for solo violin. The work, in the key of A minor, consists of a theme, 11 variations, and a finale.
The caprice has provided a rich seam of… Continue
Added by Ehsan Saboohi on August 22, 2009 at 9:20am —
Hello my friends!
I added a new orchestrated recording today and invite you all to listen and critique for me. Its called "The Dream" Check it out on my page (profile name pasimpilot) and I would love to hear your comments and suggestions.
Added by Stephen Doheny on August 22, 2009 at 7:30am —
Added by Ehsan Saboohi on August 20, 2009 at 4:05am —
Mozart and Dissonance.
A frequent contributor to various of the Composer’s Forum blogs groups etc., recently made a remark, supposedly in defense of “modern music,” that Mozart composed A Musical Joke K 552 as a test bed for modernity. Since the piece was not well received, we are told, Mozart abandoned it. Apparently the author wished to make the point that she like Mozart has to put up with audiences who don’t “understand” the new musical language.
To set the matter… Continue
Added by Fredrick zinos on August 16, 2009 at 11:32pm —
Hey All. My new work for choir and piano is finally finished. It is in MIDI form since I haven't had a performance of it yet. I am hoping to get a performance of it this coming Fall by either the CSUSB Chamber Singers or Concert Choir. Maybe I'll try to put the audio up on my page once it is performed live. To listen to a version of it, click this link: http://wildpianoman.xanga.com/ and click on the box that says:"Wake Up My Love MIDI Choral Work (SATB + Piano). It should work. Let me know if… Continue
Added by Cody Weinmann on August 15, 2009 at 10:18pm —
Hey all. I was hoping to get some outside, real world experience in composing for films and other venues. I was wondering if any of you have advice as to where I could start exploring this realm of composition? I really would like others to use my music and for me to be sought after. I know it seems selfish, but I really get a self-esteem boost when my music is performed by others.
Added by Cody Weinmann on August 15, 2009 at 2:59am —
New Music ..About music critics and criticism .
We all remember stories of the negative comments when the official critical community encountered Beethoven 5 and 6 (and 3 and 1) and a host of other music we now regard as masterpieces and that got panned on first performance. So I suppose we take as gospel that critics get it wrong every time, when in fact most of the time critics get it right, or more right than the rest of the audience. The must or they wouldn’t keep their… Continue
Added by Fredrick zinos on August 11, 2009 at 6:38pm —