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At 10:26am on February 18, 2010, The Red Badger of Courage said…
Hi Rudi thanks for listening to my stuff. I like your music, too! That's some bad-ass piano playing on Mood Sixteen and Miniataur. Some of your other stuff like WLP Section remind me of Final Fantasy 3. This is great, keep it up!
At 11:06am on February 16, 2010, Lucas Freund said…
Hey, schön so nett aufgenommen zu werden, und schön, dass dir die Musik gefällt. Ich werde deine Musik später heute Abend mal anhören =)
At 4:40pm on February 15, 2010, Ansgar Kreutz said…
So soll es sein, vielen Dank für Deinen aktiven Schritt. Ich wünsche der "Teutonengruppe" viel Erfolg und anregende Diskussionen.
At 1:50pm on February 15, 2010, Ansgar Kreutz said…
Vielen Dank für die Kommentare zu meinen Stücken. Da mein Deutsch doch wesentlich besser ist als mein Englisch kann ich Deine Idee zu einer "Teutonengruppe" nur begrüßen.
Frohes Schaffen weiterhin wünscht Dir Ansgar aus dem Münsterland
At 5:25am on February 14, 2010, Donny Pike said…
Aloha Rudi, yes I am here also. Good people here, just a little too production oriented for my MIDI sounding tools. Still some can listen through the MIDI.
Donny
At 12:41pm on January 24, 2010, Rex Roy said…
Sorry, I'm not too versed :) in poetry, though I should have guessed by the style since your quote says "sanglots longs" instead of "longs sanglots". Again, thanks! Maybe I should look into poetry, sounds pretty good :)
At 10:00am on January 23, 2010, Adam Weldon said…
Many thanks for your constructive comments Rudi. Definitely needs to be longer, I agree totally. Just wanted to get a few pieces out as a place to start from. Thanks for checking the player worked also. Cheers
At 9:57am on January 23, 2010, Rudi [Rudolf Schmitt] said…
The "description" in french came from a poem by Paul Verlaine I like very much...
At 6:50pm on January 21, 2010, Rex Roy said…
Thanks for the comments, especially the description in French! As does Ian below, I struggle with the titles, trying to find ones that describe what the pieces convey (probably exaggerating at times:) ). Merci encore pour les commentaires!
At 2:09pm on January 21, 2010, Ian Gallacher said…
Hi Rudi, thanks, the title came easily that time, sometimes it takes me longer to think of a title than the initial musical idea!

Really enjoyed Walpurgis and Sketch in D Minor, both have a cinematic air to them (to my ears at least) - great music and piano playing
At 1:20pm on January 21, 2010, Bob Morabito said…
Yes, I REALLY did..and thanks again for your interest and curiosity..

I appreciate it!
At 10:33am on January 21, 2010, Bob Morabito said…
Hi Rudi-

Thanks so much for the kind welcome:)

For the time being, Im only here , (and on a bunch of other sites) as an observer, just to see whats going on in the world of music..sort of a personal "state of the art":)

Thanks again for your welcome, and interest!:)

Bob
At 9:19am on January 21, 2010, Rex Roy said…
I like the two pianos piece, the menace throughout it with your usual originality.
At 5:14pm on January 20, 2010, Adam Weldon said…
Hey Rudi,

I'll be posting a few this week, once i've got a basic mix done. Your comments would be helpful. Cheers
At 5:45am on January 12, 2010, Rex Roy said…
Thanks for the comment. I wasn't paying attention to the questions when I put "rap", (I'm a little absent-minded), then I never corrected it; I do like some hip-hop (especially Eminem and the OutKast), but I don't compose much of it :)
At 3:23pm on January 11, 2010, Nizameddin Tuğral said…
hi Rudolf very thanks for your comment I like your compositons too importantly "sketch in D minor" :)
At 5:42pm on January 10, 2010, Rex Roy said…
I loved all the pieces you posted on here, especially Walpurgisnacht. Your music is vibrant with life.
At 12:26pm on January 10, 2010, Yaiza Varona said…
Hi Rudolf!
My pleasure.
About Walpurgisnacht, as I already said, it's beautiful. Reminds me so much of Mussorgski's "Night in the Bald Mountain", you can easyly imagine the witches dancing around. It is so lively and intriguing! Like it so much.
Thanks for sharing!!
At 10:52am on December 16, 2009, Chris Dargay said…
The tone for Equine... is a grand piano patch on Reason 3.0 - I avoided all the customary reverb and compressed it greatly to achieve it's "dry" quality. Thanks for your input. Best reguards!
At 7:50am on December 16, 2009, Yaiza Varona said…
Thanks to you Rudolf!
I am listening to your work now, I have liked especially the pulse in By train to Petrushki and the bells and pizzicato in Sketch in D Minor. Mood Sixteen in also enjoyed quite much! It seems that throughout your work the sensation of pulse is quite present - I like that very much. Great work!

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