Andrew Elijah Perdomo replied to Andrew Elijah Perdomo's discussion Your Wildest Dream Solo Piano
"Excellent, thank you guys for the feedback!
 
Tyler, do you mean that the music I wrote didn't attach to the emotion? Or the performance didn't attach the emotion? What kind of emotion did the piece evoke in you? I titled this piece wanting the…"
Jul 12, 2011
Matthew Whiteside replied to Andrew Elijah Perdomo's discussion Your Wildest Dream Solo Piano
"Overall I like it but it needs to be longer. If you dwelt on the opening pedal longer and built up a bit more slowly it would feel like the busyness of the central section is more deserved. Also coming back so the A from the beginning at some point…"
Jul 12, 2011
Tyler Hughes replied to Andrew Elijah Perdomo's discussion Your Wildest Dream Solo Piano
"Very interesting piece, well written too. I liked the implied key almost made by your pitch class set, though I wished you would have played around with it by either transposing it or inverting the set more. My only other qualm would be that you…"
Jul 12, 2011
Ann Rodela replied to Andrew Elijah Perdomo's discussion Your Wildest Dream Solo Piano
"Very interesting. :)"
Jul 11, 2011
Andrew Elijah Perdomo replied to Henri Vartio's discussion How to build "non tonal" harmonies?
"I second this suggestion. Bartok is a great place to start and set up camp, way more accessible than Stravinsky, and really underrated.

Jeremy Stewart said:
Experiment with modal scales that aren't taken from modes of major key. Use modes of…"
Jul 11, 2011
Andrew Elijah Perdomo replied to Henri Vartio's discussion How to build "non tonal" harmonies?
"Pitch Class Sets."
Jul 11, 2011
Andrew Elijah Perdomo replied to Fredrik Aske Blikeng's discussion Piano and string quintet #1
"Hi there, 
 
I feel like I wanted more or your motive. I am talking about the idea that appears in the 1st Violin in measure 5. I feel like you barely used that idea, and it had potential to be moved around to different voices, and…"
Jul 9, 2011