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Added by Mattias Holmgren on September 30, 2009 at 2:39pm —
I officially started back at RSAMD yesterday, and had a composers' meeting at 2pm to discuss projects for this year. It looks like this is going to be a very busy (but exciting) year; I've been assigned 4 new projects on top of the 2 I already had.
I recently completed my sequenza for solo oboe, but still have the piano quintet and piece for solo viola to finish.
I have finished designing the structure of the piano quintet, and have completed 3 of the 5 sections, which I am very happy… Continue
Added by Angus Denholm-Hay on September 30, 2009 at 8:54am —
London, Warsaw, Prague, Moscow, Sofia and now Bratislava
; recording strings in studio 1 at Slovak Radio is my latest experience of string sessions around the world!
This one was the toughest test yet for an orchestra; a rhythmically and harmonically complex score for a video, composed by… Continue
Added by pete whitfield on September 24, 2009 at 2:16am —
I just posted some stuff I've been working on the last six months or so. I'm actually an English major so I haven't had much time for music lately. I'll post some new stuff once I get the chance to work on it(I'm using Reason now, which I am very excied about!). If you happen to give my stuff a listen let me know what you think.
Added by Nate on September 23, 2009 at 10:29pm —
My new Annen Berg
album "The Lower Orders" is set to be reviewed on German music review site NonPop.de
The review and and interview will be in German, but here is the Q&A in English:
1) Your music reminds me of some musicians who are more than twice as old as you: THE BYRDS or THE MAMAS & THE PAPAS, e.g. Why in particular do you fancy… Continue
Added by Scott Jackson on September 20, 2009 at 1:06pm —
I was awarded a “Male Singer/Songwriter Of The Year” nomination from the Los Angeles Music Awards in 2005, “Album Of The Year” in 2006 and have had some record deals in the past. Below is the link to some of my material. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments and I appreciate your time. Thanks.
Facebook Fan… Continue
Added by David Gielan on September 16, 2009 at 1:14pm —
Haven't updated this blog for a while, by the looks of things. So many projects have been completed/cancelled in that time! At the moment, working on a piece for piano and string quartet, solo viola and solo oboe. These 3 projects are due to be completed by September 28th!
The piano quintet is possibly the largest project I've worked on; consisting of 5 movements, it will be approximately 30 minutes long. This is the primary project that I have been working on over the summer… Continue
Added by Angus Denholm-Hay on September 16, 2009 at 12:15pm —
I'm thinking of attending Music in Media Interactive conference or the Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film and T.V. Music conference in L.A. this year, but before I buy my tickets, I was wondering if anyone has previously attended either conference and if I could get some feedback (What was the format like? Were the discussions/panels helpful? Networking opportunities? etc...) I'm interested in gaining experience as music supervisor for film/t.v., so I thought this… Continue
Added by Bethany Trainor on September 12, 2009 at 3:14pm —
Hey fellow composers, I have finally been able to put up two works.
1. "Wake Up My Love," (Click on "Wake Up 6)-- the choral work that I said had been finished for quite some time.
2. "Finite Meditation" a mix of sitar and other synth string textures that was performed at our music tech concert last year. I hope you enjoy them. I'm currently working on another project for a film--not a big one, one of those low budget ones.
Added by Cody Weinmann on September 9, 2009 at 1:53am —
Just a quick update,
MUSICINC have just placed two videos of our latest work on YouTube. Search under DEVILS SHOES and have a look. CHICO is linked to this video as well.
Added by William C. Heffernan on September 8, 2009 at 9:01am —
May I recommend that you spend 7 minutes listening to "life as its" by composer Sherif Abraham. Creatively first rate. Very inventive and exciting with just enough contrast to make the composition, though short, satisfying and complete within itself. The orchestration is deft and the handling of instruments appears more than competent.
If I were to characterize this work, it sounded to my ear like a cross between John Wiliams and John Adams both at the very top of their game, and yet… Continue
Added by Fredrick zinos on September 6, 2009 at 9:19pm —
I just discovered Henryk Gorecki. The Symph no 3 was playing on our local NPR station. It's amazing. Long periods of nothing but sustained notes or chords, very slow and evolving, modal. So extremely well done:
This video uses it as a score about the Holocaust, which apparently Gorecki did not want associated with this piece so much. I don't like how this… Continue
Added by Chris Merritt on September 1, 2009 at 1:30pm —