“Dancing” CONTEST DEADLINE PASSED

Hello colleagues,

Composers’ Forum proposes the following contest: write a piece of music of no more than 2 minutes in length, any instrumentation, any style, on the theme of “Dancing.” The work does not have to be a dance. In order for this contest to be a go, 10 members must commit to enter the contest. Express interest in the contest by responding to this thread with “I’m in!” The deadline to commit to the contest (but not to submit an entry) is 2/7/20 at 5 pm EST. If there are 10 commits, the contest will be a go.

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  • Great! Shall send a private message as soon as I am happy with what I have :D

    Gav Brown said:

    CONTEST RULES AND DEADLINE: Entries must include an MP3 or a link to an online sound file (e.g. YouTube, Soundcloud, etc.). PDF of score optional but highly desired. If submitting a file or files, your name should not be on them anywhere (if that is not possible with a link to an online file, that is ok). Optionally, you may submit a brief description of the piece of no more than 3 sentences length. Entries should be submitted to me privately. Friend me on this site if we are not already friends and I will accept and give you a private e-mail address to send you entry to. During the time of the contest, you must not post your music here or link to it from here. Deadline to submit your entry to me is 3/6/20 at 5 pm EST.

    “Dancing” CONTEST DEADLINE PASSED
    Hello colleagues, Composers’ Forum proposes the following contest: write a piece of music of no more than 2 minutes in length, any instrumentation,…
  • Hello Gav,

    I would like to submit my "Balletto dell'Asino", but unfortunately it has a 9 minutes duration... Even one part would take more than 2 minutes...

    Jos

  •     I understand your problem. I have over 60 dance pieces of many types but all are 5 - 12 minutes in length. That is why I composed a piece for this contest. Rules here have been fair in the past years since I've been on this site.

       Have you thought of a minuet or break down of one of your pieces with a few modifications to fit the time requirements? It is done frequently with commercial sequences that I sell. If you need help I may be able to.

  • PM sent to Jos

  • There are many bad compositions that are too long, but there are no good compositions that are too short.

    George Abbott said:

        I understand your problem. I have over 60 dance pieces of many types but all are 5 - 12 minutes in length. That is why I composed a piece for this contest. Rules here have been fair in the past years since I've been on this site.

       Have you thought of a minuet or break down of one of your pieces with a few modifications to fit the time requirements? It is done frequently with commercial sequences that I sell. If you need help I may be able to.

    “Dancing” CONTEST DEADLINE PASSED
    Hello colleagues, Composers’ Forum proposes the following contest: write a piece of music of no more than 2 minutes in length, any instrumentation,…

  • Thanks George, but I can choose another dance piece or make a reduction of the Balletto. As far as I remember, I've made a Passepied some time ago. That takes about 2'.

    Thanks for your reply,

    Jos


    George Abbott said:

        I understand your problem. I have over 60 dance pieces of many types but all are 5 - 12 minutes in length. That is why I composed a piece for this contest. Rules here have been fair in the past years since I've been on this site.

       Have you thought of a minuet or break down of one of your pieces with a few modifications to fit the time requirements? It is done frequently with commercial sequences that I sell. If you need help I may be able to.

  • 9 entries in so far, thanks! Deadline to submit your entry to me is 3/6/20 at 5 pm EST.

  • 11 entries in so far, thanks! Deadline to submit your entry to me is 3/6/20 at 5 pm EST.

  • Hi Gav, what's the best way to get my entry to you.   Thanks, RS

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