Composers' Forum

Music Composers Unite!

Discuss a Composer (68)

Discussions Replies Latest Activity

Thomas Campion

Though Thomas Campion is recognized by scholars of literature as a major Elizabethan lyric poet and by musicologists as a major Elizabethan…

Started by Jon Corelis

2 Apr 12
Reply by Jon Corelis

What Piece Drives You to Tears?

Hey everyone, So with the exception of a couple Billy Joel ballads, I've come to realize that the only music that can really make a grown…

Started by Daniel DiMercurio

51 Apr 6
Reply by Jon Corelis

10 Scores Found on Youtube

Hello Colleagues, I spent the last several months searching for new music on YouTube and found some very interesting ones, thought I'd shar…

Started by Gav Brown

3 Mar 25
Reply by Greg Brus

Franz Liszt

Franz Liszt is a composer which, I feel, doesn't have the appreciation he deserves on this forum. Thus, I wanted to start a discussion wi…

Started by Fabian Frost

13 Jan 7
Reply by Dane Aubrun

Mingus Changes

"Reincarnation of a Lovebird," in section B, the changes go like this: B-9  Eb13  G#7(#9) C#+7 F#m(M7)   (The piece is in F#m) The first c…

Started by Craig Lints

3 Oct 31, 2018
Reply by Ingo Lee

yiruma's style

Anyone wants to discuss the Yiruma's composition. How do you think of his songs and how to compose music like his.

Started by Xiang Li

1 Oct 16, 2018
Reply by Bob Morabito

Aaron Copland's Piano Variations

"The Piano Variations of American composer Aaron Copland were written for piano solo from January to October 1930. They were dedicated to…

Started by Bob Morabito

0 Jun 19, 2018

John Williams

I find the music of John Williams to be top notch in every way, and his film scores not only support and highlight what is going on onscre…

Started by Bob Morabito

1 Jun 17, 2018
Reply by Bob Morabito

Schoenbergs String Quartets, String trio, and String Sextet (Verklärte Nacht (Transfigured Night)

Listening to these works Im struck by the clarity, and passion of Schoenbergs compositions. I post them, with scores, as I feel they are an…

Started by Bob Morabito

0 May 17, 2018

Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713)

12 Sonate da Chiesa a tre (part I 1-4) Why Corelli? It is only a matter of opinion in the end of the day, but my first answer would be…

Started by Socrates Arvanitakis

3 Apr 23, 2018
Reply by Mike Hewer

RSS

Sign up info

Read before you sign up to find out what the requirements are!

Store

© 2019   Created by Gav Brown.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service