Abraham Fabella replied to Clark Nichols's discussion Composers Forum List of Concertos/Concerti
"Violin:  Tchaikovsky!!! Korngold, Barber, Prokofiev 1, Tzigane by Ravel, Bolcom, and of course, Mozart 3-5, Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Brahms.  The new one by Jennifer Higdon is very enjoyable.
 
Piano:  Khachaturian was a lot of fun to perform,…"
Nov 20, 2011
Abraham Fabella commented on Pissinthenightaway's blog post Working on Compositions that are "personal" and dealing with them in lessons...
"Bravo for discovering your need to tap into your emotions for your music!
 
Practice objectivity!"
Oct 1, 2011
Abraham Fabella replied to SEDstar's discussion Getting started with polytonality/bitonality...
"E minor and G minor are a good starting point for exploring the possibilities of bi-tonality.  The pitch "G" can be exploited as a pivot between the two keys.  Also, "A," "C," and sometimes "D" are possible as points of convergence.  Once you get…"
Sep 14, 2011
Abraham Fabella replied to Tyler Hughes's discussion 10 pieces to introduce 20th and Century music
"La Mer, Debussy
Le Sacre, Stravinsky
Putnam's Camp from 3 Places, Ives
Six Little Pieces for Piano, op. 19, Schoenberg
Wozzeck, Berg
String Quartet, Ruth Crawford Seeger
Turangalila, Messiaen
Sinfonia, Berio
Piano Phase, Riley
Black Angels, Crumb"
Sep 6, 2011
Clark Nichols commented on Abraham Fabella's blog post Bassoon Sonata
"dude, so lucky, I wish I knew a member of the san francisco symphony. I am so jealous (also, if this isn't already posted on your profile, post it there :D )"
Sep 5, 2011
Abraham Fabella replied to Doug Lauber's discussion What Tools Would the 'Masters' use Today?
"Mozart would be all about the AutoTune lol j/k
 
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Aug 19, 2011
Abraham Fabella left a comment for Doug Lauber
"Hi Doug, yes I would like to create a blog and share my experience with Water Music :)  How are you?"
Aug 19, 2011
Abraham Fabella replied to Chad Sir Wick Hughes's discussion Visions of a Renaissance
"Hello Sir Wick,
 
I really enjoyed your piece :)
 
I am guessing that the music was engraved using an old version of Finale.  The note spacing could be changed to be more legible and the first couple of pages could probably be pared down with…"
Aug 19, 2011
Doug Lauber replied to Abraham Fabella's discussion Hello (My Introduction)
"Welcome to the Forum!"
Aug 18, 2011
Abraham Fabella replied to James Wise's discussion The end of the research period...
"You seem to have a 40-bar "theme" already.  Perhaps, write a set of variations?"
Aug 14, 2011

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  • I am doing well! Another day free for creating music....
  • Welcome to the Forum! You have a great resume. Can you share how you produced your 'Water Music, on a technical level? (Maybe create a blog here)
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