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Amber - Guitar and Clarinet concert piece

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jan-Frederik Carl 13 hours ago. 8 Replies

Greetings,this piece I call Amber. Mr Mahler was a great inspirer here, in particular 5th Symphony and his famous adagietto. I chose guitar instead of Harp.Mahler used his themes in different tempo…Continue

Simple, classical, romantic

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kjell Prytz Sep 25. 4 Replies

Hi all,this concert for piano and string orchestra is based on my favorite theme, a bit of a jazzy character. It was formed during end of summer when winds are particularly whimsical which formed a…Continue

1900

Started Jul 4 0 Replies

Greetingstitle refers to events appearing in primarily Europe during the 20th century when both art and science took some giant steps in a mutual fertilization. This formed some personal inspiration…Continue

Spring Celebration

Started May 16 0 Replies

Primroses are for me the real sign of spring arrival. This piece celebrates spring. It starts tentatively like nature is wakening and drowsy try to start all processes. Then after a while the…Continue

 

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Jan-Frederik Carl replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Amber - Guitar and Clarinet concert piece
"Michael Diemer used the expression "organic", and I think that hits the nail. It has very much something of a flow. I like the tune a lot, I hear Bruckner, Brahms, northern european music also perhaps."
13 hours ago
michael diemer replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Amber - Guitar and Clarinet concert piece
"Yes, very beautiful in a dark-toned, mysterious way. Some might call this New Age music, but the continual melodic inventiveness definitely keeps it out of that unfortunate category. It does have an amber tint to it! Not being a Mahler expert, I…"
19 hours ago
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Amber - Guitar and Clarinet concert piece
"O, many thanks. That would be much appreciated. Thank you Ali. I will find out the score. Kjell"
Oct 10
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Amber - Guitar and Clarinet concert piece
"I may mention it to the known guitarist Francesco Diodovich if you like.  He may request the score though."
Oct 10
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Amber - Guitar and Clarinet concert piece
"Thank you Ali. It is this one: https://soundcloud.com/user-892939153/alleys-of-porec-guitar-and-violin I can't find the score at the moment but will search for it. Cheers, Kjell"
Oct 10
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Amber - Guitar and Clarinet concert piece
"I have stopped practicing for a number of years.  Sometimes I take it and do some sight reading.  I am very interested to read your violin and guitar piece.  Would you post it here or send it to arsaral(at)yahoodotcom Cheers. Ali"
Oct 9
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Amber - Guitar and Clarinet concert piece
"Thank you very much for your comments, Ali. It means a lot. When using guitar as a solo instrument it puts some restrictions on dynamics, it tends to be drowned by the orchestra. Same thing with the acoustic bass, which can never be that strong in…"
Oct 9
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Amber - Guitar and Clarinet concert piece
"Gorgeous. I am afraid the dynamics of loudness could be made better. For example the cadance at minute 6:29 would be better if it was made softer interalia. The final notes are made louder as a final.  I think it would still end beautifully…"
Oct 9
Kjell Prytz posted a discussion

Amber - Guitar and Clarinet concert piece

Greetings,this piece I call Amber. Mr Mahler was a great inspirer here, in particular 5th Symphony and his famous adagietto. I chose guitar instead of Harp.Mahler used his themes in different tempo making them hardly recognizable, a romantic theme as in adagietoo became furious and energetic in a different movement.Maybe you find it here too, although of course I cannot reach the Master's expressions.…See More
Oct 6
Kjell Prytz replied to Valerio Dalla Ragione's discussion Second String Quartet
"Slow and soft all through, very steady and uniform. I guess you want to build an atmosphere here, a sort of mood. And it is certainly very relaxing putting me in a dream mood now and then. Although I like music with action, variation and contrasts,…"
Oct 1
Kjell Prytz replied to Eirik Gisnås's discussion Ghost of Tom
"Beautiful. Sure you will prolong this, lots of space for that, both thematic and instrumentation. I like the parts with the small format best. The grand format arrives rather unmotivated and could be fit in better, building more slowly towards that…"
Oct 1
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Simple, classical, romantic
"Thank you very much Michael, I appreciate your comment as always. Yes, music is not democratic, always the composer has the last word, but a clever composer certainly listens and take impressions from other people´s comments and reactions.…"
Sep 25
michael diemer replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Simple, classical, romantic
"I do feel the caressing of the winds, especially toward the end, and they are lovely. On the whole the piece is very soothing and contemplative. But I agree with Gav that it goes on a bit too long. While there is nothing wrong with longer…"
Sep 24
Kjell Prytz replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Simple, classical, romantic
Sep 17
Gav Brown replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Simple, classical, romantic
"Hi Kjell, This is well-composed in your classical style, with perhaps a bit of an update on the harmony, which felt to me a little bit more in the 20th century pop-classical than I usually see you venture into. I listened to about half of it and…"
Sep 16
Kjell Prytz replied to Disconnectica's discussion Waltz of the Dancing Fools
"I find it appealing with interesting chords. I can feel the joy of the piano player, very nice sound font. Spontaneously I would go for a string orchestra. I did a waltz in that way once, first piano and then string orchestrated.  Well…"
Sep 16

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Web
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Classical
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Uppsala Forest
About Me (Must include at least one paragraph of biographical information about you as a composer) - blank or minimal answers on this line will cause your request to be rejected. Include a link to your website if you have one.
I compose modern or post-modern classical tunes which I realize digitally through Finale and Garritan. I post my music on Soundcloud to get listeners and to attract performers. My main ambition is to get the music performed.
Website:
https://soundcloud.com/user-892939153/tracks

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