I see I was right about the mathematical content then - how interesting! I have considered use of maths ideas in music before, when thinking of ways to make my work original, though I planned to use it more as a minor dimension of creativity, rather than a central idea.
Glad you liked my music - thanks for commenting!
Hello Rudi! Nice to see you on Saturday - I'm another one who wishes he could have talked to you more. Your work includes some very delicate and subtle ideas and has interesting structure to it - this appeals to me as a mathematics graduate and I enjoy listening to this kind of thing, though I don't choose to write it myself. I like experimenting when playing my piano, sometimes trying out ideas based on mathematical concepts. Do you ever use that kind of approach?
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?
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!
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!!!
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...
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!