OK, I'm all about Gomyra. All your work is refreshing, fearless, alive and way fun. The more left turns you take the more the listener is pulled in. The mash-ups work for me. Give me a 7/8 @140bpm with a pumping didgeridoo, lilting shakuhachi and driving dumbeks and I'm there. Minimalism...underplayed, underproduced... nice.
Thank you. I really like your music. I'm not just saying that. It's really interesting and folkie/world music enough to make me feel as this is an old friend I'm seeing again. Did you create it all on your own? If so i'm impressed. Love the Tabla and general Indian music influence. Inspiring stuff!
Thank you for your reply. Yes, each track is a movement and somewhat autobiographal. I studied the legends before me and I sit upon their shoulders. The tracks illustrate this. I now am working on many original pieces entitled "soliloquies". Keep pressing on!
Thank you so very much for your comments....fellow composer....and touche......I clearly note the luminosity in your musical poetry. The search to reach the unknown....through minimalistic; however diverse and atractive methods......wonderful...thank you for the opportunity to hear your music...
now I am listening a second time to Sweet. From the stand point of honesty and musical integrity this is so much better than most of what is on this site that I am amazed. There is not any false step here and everything comes from the heart of a very fine composer and directly touches the heart of the listener. I see no pretense here and no attempt impress for the sake of making an impression. In this sense my dear Yaiza, you are a far more accomplished composer than I.
I listened to "I give my heart" several times and have to tell you I enjoyed and appreciated it more with each hearing, You are right, it is simple but so are the best joys in life. Keep writing. I think I hear a growing sophistication and refinement of melody and harmony with each new composition and that is a rare thing indeed.