Hydan is an underrated composer unfortunately yet he has composed works that in my opinion surpass many of Mozart, Beethoven, Bach and Brahms, Even Mendelssohn works.
This Symphony is a perfect example, its an absolute Masterpiece, and perhaps one oRead more…
I'm a big fan of his. I find his music has this curious quality where it all seems as if it were based on the wingbeats of a moth. Zigzaggy, erratic, and yet beautiful and poetic. I always wonder if Paliashvili liked moths.
Does anyone else not thinRead more…
I notice a lot of conversation on this board lately about atonal music and I thought I would share with you something I have found interesting on the subject. There's this Canadian composer named Samuel Andreyev on YouTube who is doing
Really love his work The Tyrants, it's an opera set in ancient Rome, based on the life of the emperor Nero and the empress Agrippina.
The thing that really fascinates me about his work is that he works in these two elements; on one hand, the musicRead more…
My colleague Alvaro Sisti has released this very interesting analysis of Haydn Piano Sonata in Bb.
This is the very popular sonata that lots of piano students have played during conservative years.
Take a look and feel free to leave your comments.
I'd like to share two amazing brazilian composers.
Arthur Kampela is composer and guitar virtuoso, he holds a Doctorate in music composition from Columbia University where he studied with Mario Davidowsky and Fred Lerdahl. Previously, heRead more…
I've mentioned him as a major influence on my personal style, so I thought I'd throw his name out there to see whether other people here are familiar with his work and what they think of it.
He is from Denmark but spent time in the early 1930s travelRead more…
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