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At 3:04am on October 20, 2010, Matthew Moore said…
Hi Rudi. Yes sorry we didn't get a chance to chat on saturday. I really like your music. It's definitley my kinda stuff. The first piano piece and the string quartet particularly!

Hopefully we can make time to chat at the next composium.
At 1:37pm on October 19, 2010, Tobias Escher said…
Hallo Rudi! Ich war eine Stunde früher am Southbank Centre und habe gewartet und bis 17:30 alles durchsucht, aber niemanden gefunden :( Also bin ich halt wieder abgezogen. Echt schade :( Leider wusste ich nichts von irgendeinem Treffpunkt, gab es einen?
At 10:40am on October 11, 2010, Leslie Quarcoopome said…
Hey Rudi, great see you at the weekend. At the moment, there is no complete recording of the quartet. I need to get a bunch of players together to record it.
At 4:07pm on October 8, 2010, Clive Lukover said…
Thanks for your comments. Look forward to seeing you next week.
At 1:04pm on October 7, 2010, Allyson Newman said…
nice to met you!
At 2:16pm on October 5, 2010, Tombo Rombo said…
Hello again!

I guess I find the first movement sort of contrived, the stitches show in several spots causing it to sound very "sectional".

I am enjoying your Spring Quintet!
At 4:29am on October 5, 2010, Portia Graves said…
Hi Rudi! Thanks for your comments and the friend request. I love how rhythmic your music is. Miniataur piano piece is great. I'm a fan! :)
At 6:20am on October 3, 2010, Tombo Rombo said…
Hello Rudi!

Glad you enjoyed what I have posted of "The Emancipation Quartet". I didn't post the first movement because I'm not overly fond of it, but oh, what the hay, I'll give it a go. Am listening to Tritiono as I type. The sound is great, love the stereo effects, interesting harmonic language!
At 3:49pm on August 7, 2010, Ann Rodela said…
Hi Rudy. Your Tritono seems to be inspired by a dream. :)
At 4:04pm on March 29, 2010, Yaiza Varona said…
Dear Rudi,
Your Spring Quintet is so lively and spirited. Ever since the very first bass ostinato, one feels attracted and willing to hear more. I love the pulse always present in your work....thank you so much for sharing this, I enjoy it everytime I listen to it.
Great work Rudi!!!
At 12:14pm on March 29, 2010, Simon Wiedemann said…
Well, as you know, Easter no longer exists. But for anyone else who asks, I'm trying to get my work out of the way, so I can have my own little holiday... So... I'm not sure when I'll be uploading music... I'll let you know when I do...
At 10:54am on March 29, 2010, Simon Wiedemann said…
Hello! Maybe later, I'm really busy at the moment....
At 2:05pm on February 24, 2010, Ario said…
Thanks Rudi for your kind words... looking forward to hearing more.

Also, I enjoyed your music alot (having a listen to mood sixteen).

Regards, Ario
At 2:47pm on February 23, 2010, Andrew Gleibman said…
Hi Rudy, I listened to all your tracks and find Twilight, Walpurgis Night and By Train to Petushki (is it a live performance?) exciting. Twilight sounds especially fresh. Your math&music experiments may lead to very profound music; another example of successful applying math in art is Fractal Art. I think you will soon come to greater music form and contrasts. Great work!
At 3:57pm on February 22, 2010, Yaiza Varona said…
Rudi, again hats off to Walpurgisnacht. It is just so expressive, and so moving to dance. I feel honoured to have attended to its transformation and everytime I like it more and more.
Congratulations!
At 2:56pm on February 22, 2010, Andrew Gleibman said…
Many thanks Rudi! This is really too high note at 1:30 for a trumpet, I'll change it. The weekest parts in my opinion are Enchanted Forest (it is too long) and Flying with the Snowflakes (not too conclusive cadenza). I am listening to your piano music and think that you over-estimate the difficulty to perform these pieces: they are quite easy to perform. Your atonal style is excellent!
At 8:09am on February 22, 2010, Andrew Gleibman said…
Hi Rudi, Don't be afraid of accelerating even fast fragments (slowing down is also an option). In my experience, getting too much virtuosic or even non-performable textures may also lead to interesting music. You may simplify it for a performability later.
At 1:54pm on February 21, 2010, Andrew Gleibman said…
Hi Rudi, Dammerung (Twilight) sounds very good and fresh in both versions, the texture is brilliant. Sometimes I come to interesting sounds accelerating 2 or 3 times some existing fragments and then including them into the original piece. I think it is worth to experiment with this piece as follows: Accelerate it and/or inverse vertically and/or inverse horizontally and then take good sounding fragments (if any) and add them into the original piece. Most such experiments typically fail, but sometimes a very good new music appears.
At 11:10am on February 21, 2010, Simon Wiedemann said…
lol, thanks... Na, not the pigeon song. I might post some of my other metal music, though...
At 5:14am on February 21, 2010, Andrew Gleibman said…
Hello Rudi, thanks for listening to my music; the Mystical tracks will be there quite long. I will try to provide some feedback about your beautiful music too.

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