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At 6:42pm on June 19, 2011, Jong Kim said…
Ario, thank you so much for your kind words. It's nice to meet you!
At 9:55am on February 26, 2011, Matt Le Mare said…

Hi

Thank you. I'm enjoying your music and the development of it's themes. Very impressive. Some of My Ear are Going Ten to the Dozen, the phone for example, are recorded and arranged then played to work with the live musicians. To make the it into a more performance piece the musicians phone the audience, each other and pretend to make, often humous, calls. 

 

Very best wishes

 

Matt

At 5:04pm on August 28, 2010, Ann Rodela said…
Thanks for the positive critique on my video Universal Salon and the Experiment music piece.

You music is wonderful. :)
At 10:11pm on August 16, 2010, Stephen Cohn said…
Thanks for your kind words, Ario.
Stephen
At 7:15am on August 14, 2010, Nick Capocci said…
Thanks for your queries.

In exploring these ideas, I tried to invent terms that were basically logical, simple and (where possible) reasonably self-explanatory.

“Thome” is a combination of “theme” (tonal era) and “tone” (…”tone row of atonal serial technique)…. Theme+tone=thome!

“Phases” are the basic blocks of material (tonal, atonal or indeterminate) from which the linear argument is constructed.

“A, B and D” The phases are denoted by letters of the Greek alphabet – alpha, beta and delta, this was to distinguish them from the thomes which are assigned the normal lower case letters - “a, b, and d”.

I don’t quite follow your third question – you’ll need to expand a bit on this.

I would be happy to send you a copy of Tanto Meglio. Unfortunately the ms is far too big to scan, and – as yet – I have not had the opportunity to *Sibelius* it. I could always post a hard copy if you wish. (… the full score of fugato – which uses the same technique - is already on the Sibelius site – its free download.)

Ironic you should live in Vienna. My teacher, Humphrey Searle, studied there with Anton Webern in the 1920’s. …. Small world!
At 4:05pm on August 13, 2010, Nick Capocci said…
thanks, Ario - I like a good argument... !
At 12:50am on June 5, 2010, Stephan Schelens said…
Danke dir

Ja, Ehrgeizig bin glaube ich schon. So langsam muss was passieren ;-)

Grüße

Stephan
At 3:48pm on February 24, 2010, phil Kelly said…
Danke Ario :

your music is quite professional as well and evidences both training and real musical skill. It's a real treat to get away from the omnipresent drones and Taiko drums that seem to grow like kudzu on this and other boards.

Auf Weidersehn Ario ( that exhausts my german vocabulary! ) :)
At 12:11pm on February 24, 2010, Rudi [Rudolf Schmitt] said…
Hallo Ario! I will try to comment on your 12-Tone-Piece in German - hopefully this weekend. Thanks for joining the German Language Group. Herzlich willkommen! Rudi
At 6:49pm on February 3, 2010, Thomas said…
Thanks for your kind words, even if the tutti was too short for you.
At 7:18am on January 17, 2010, Asevenc said…
Hey ! Thanks for the request !
I loved 'swelling madness' and liked 'piano'.
You have an interesting and straight forward style of music (from the 4 tracks here I gather !).
So what's your story ?
At 5:34pm on January 14, 2010, Leslie Quarcoopome said…
Hi Ario, thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. Look forward to learning more about what you're up to.

L
At 8:28am on October 12, 2009, Oded Fried-Gaon said…
Piano is beautiful! playful, mischievous, sophisticated narrative.

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