Just as honoured to share some great conversations with you. We're all lucky that music is part of our lives, to whatever extent we pursue it. Thanks for your kind words and much continued success with your work :)
Thank you for the welcome, Michael. I have actually been a member here for a couple of years, and I have posted all of my tunes. I'm not sure what location on this website they appeared in, but people did respond, so I know they got heard. I posted them in Music Analysis And Critique. I have enjoyed the input from the members here.
I have already taken my time to read a number of interesting threads and blogs and get used to this forum. I will be posting some music at some stage - whenever I'm ready.
I'm currently working on a very short virtual piano+strings+choir thingy which I hope to get to a stage when I can call it ready (not finished as they never are). I am still learning the ropes of "virtual orchestration" and proper production practices. At the same time I'm trying to learn how to properly structure the music and develop my usually shortish ideas to a longer pieces of music. I find it extremely challenging to get the musical balance right, especially with strings. Well, I think like with real instruments, it just takes a lot of time and requires practice and more practice to get it right.
Yes, I discovered it later and I heard it. I liked it very much, thanks Michael. I will have to listen to the other two winter scenes also, as I did not have enough free time this weekend past. Was the "solstice" composed as a theme and variations, or I got completely the wrong idea?
Hey Michael! Thanks for adding me as a friend here on the forum. I hope to include more compositions as well. For now, you might say I'm gaining inspiration from my fellow composers as I listen and think about the many ways approach my own ideas. Hope to hear more of your work in due time. Take care and enjoy the day!