Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Marie-Anne Fischer
"Hi Anne-Marie, very touching The Violin, even if the story behind it was unknown. Great performance also, my congratulations to the performer. Regards"
Apr 20, 2010
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Marie-Anne Fischer
"thanks for sharing your music with us! Great melody development, catching rhythms. I´ve enjoyed your work. I like the contrasts in One fine day between the percussion and the piano. Also Feliz has some delicate contrast. Glad you added me. Thanks…"
Jun 22, 2009
Carlos da Silveira commented on Carlos da Silveira's video
"Gracias Fernando! Ese es otro aspecto de mi vida musical que disfruto enormemente: tocar música popular en vivo. A pesar de haber estudiado composición en forma más o menos académica, la música popular me tira muy fuerte también y nunca la he…"
Dec 3, 2008
Carlos da Silveira replied to Denny Schneidemesser's discussion Condemnation towards computer generated music (Sample libraries and such)
"I agree with Doug. Using samples can expand our hearing permiting us to transpose them, manipulate and emphasize some of its characteristics. Not to make music you´ve already heard but one that comes from the unexpected, from within sound itself.…"
Sep 11, 2008
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Scott W. Hallgren
"Hi Scott, loved Film Noir! Reminded me films from the 50s. You´ve got the right mood. How is your milonga going on?

Best

Carlos"
Aug 26, 2008
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Sid Barnhoorn
"Hi Sid,
thanks for the add. I listening to your music now and really enjoying it. I like Lazarus orchestration and development. Will keep listening to your work in the future.

Best

Carlos"
May 19, 2008
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Nick Palmer
"Hi Nick! Welcome to the forum. Hope to hear some of your music poste here.

Best"
Apr 10, 2008
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Ray Blue
"HI Ray! Welcome to the forum. Post some music in this forum we would like to hear it.

Best

Carlos"
Mar 24, 2008
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Luciano Fleming
"Oi Luciano! Obrigado pelos comentários. Quando eu fui gravar a música de Elisa o violoncelista dize: isso aí é samba em prelúdio! Eu estava tao concentrado na composicao da música que, tendo feita a harmonía da peca, escreví a linha de cello…"
Mar 24, 2008
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Ralph Davis
"Hi Ralph! Welcome to the forum. Post some music please, I´d like to hear what are you composing.

Best

Carlos"
Mar 18, 2008
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Dave Poole
"Hi Dave! Welcome to the forum. Please, post some samples of your music. We´d love to hear them.

Best

Carlos"
Mar 14, 2008
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Alex Pfeffer
"Hi Alex! Great work! Varied stuff and very well composed.Very realistic mock-ups. The percussion pieces pleased me because they´re energetic but with subtle elements that keep you hooked. Will keep visiting your page to hear more of your music.…"
Mar 6, 2008
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Chris Merritt
"Hi Chris, thanks for the add! I´ve been listening to anything beautiful (I´ve listened before to your work for TV and commercials and liked them) I feel it´s very compelling, Josiah has a quality in his delivery of the song that enhances a powerful…"
Feb 29, 2008
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Carlos da Silveira
"OK, thanks Marinho. I´ve had my share of crashes already. I´ve been using PT since 1994 (version 2.3). I´ve lost machines! Motherboards! Hard Drives! What a mess! I know every machine has an intended lifetime, it´s called "planned obsolescence"…"
Feb 14, 2008
Carlos da Silveira left a comment for Daniel Alcheh
"Hi Daniel, welcome to the forum! I´ve watched the final bath scene from "Leave you" and loved it. It´s so honest that you never think "sex" but love... The music becomes really a part of the scene and conveys the feelings it tries to communicate.…"
Feb 9, 2008
Carlos da Silveira commented on Scott W. Hallgren's blog post Interesting results to my recent music use survey.....
"Hey Scott, great work! You took the task of doing a survey and sharing it with your fellows. Talks a lot about your kindness and solidarity. It may be useless to me but I didn´t want to let this pass without comment.

Best

Carlos"
Feb 8, 2008
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  • Thank you for your kind comments. I love your beautiful compositions and I’m delighted to be your friend!

    Kind regards
    Marie-Anne
  • Muchas Gracias por tus comentarios...la verdad es que quede muy agradecio a los Gelber por la escuela que me dieron, en los maestros de mi vida...quedaran siempre en primera fila...

    Tu musica es muy atrapante....me haces acordar a Buenos Aires....Para que peliculas escribiste?

    Un abrazo

    Fer
  • Madre e Hija..muy bueno!
  • Thanks Carlos! A friend of mine liked it so much, he cut it on his album.... I am glad to reach a place where other people are recording my music!

    The milonga has taken a while for me to get back to it, but I have a theme, so now I need to plot the form and accompaniment; hopefully I can devote more time to it since the kids are back in school

    Gracias, mi amigo!

    - S
  • Yó entendi la citación de "Samba em Prelúdio" in tu bela música "Elisa".. mui interessante...y con certeza Elisa entendió la mensagem...
    Estoy a escuchar las otras músicas solamente agora. The "Plan B" traz me recuerdos de mis años en Rio Grande do Sul . Nesse tempo, se escuchava muito el tango tradizionale y milongas em casa noturnas em Porto Alegre. Mi padre levava-me a casas de samba en el inizio da noche,. no entanto, a la media noche, hablava-me: después de la media noche, solamente el tango..e levava me a una casa de tangos ..
    Me gusta mucho Piazzola, pero lo tango tradizionale traz me recuerdos..
  • Hi Carlos, I'm Brazilian... it's a little strange 2 South -American guys speaking in English, isn't?
    Yo hay vivido in Porto Alegre, RS de 72a 77, tendo nascido em Florianópolis, Santa Catarina.. Mi apelido por parte del padre is Silveira también,como tu..
    Yo he estudiado guitarra clássica con un maestro argentino, Nestor Ausqui.. que me introducio a las tecnicas del grande Abel Carlevaro, a quien yo hay assistido un concerto.Yo hay assistido también el grande guitarrista uruguayo Alvaro Pierri quando el hay ganado em 74 o "Concurso Internacional de Violão" in Porto Alegre. Mas adelante yo hay escuchado Pierri quando il esteve in la casa de mi maestro después de haver ganado o "Concurso de Guitarra de Paris"in 76.

    Me gustaran tu video con las duas cantantes, que bela música,que hermosas voces!Me hay emocionado. Bien, mi español non is bueno, mas yo penso que tu me entendes.
    Un abrazo gaucho ,
    de
    Luciano Fleming Batalha da Silveira
  • Hi, Carlos. Actually, I'm a complete novice. Maybe even a pre-novice, when it comes to composing. But I want to learn. My goal is to ultimately arrange and perform hymns in an a capella male chorus style. Here's a sample of one tune I've recorded; I'm planning to redo it soon, focusing more on the phrasing and "feel" of the words -- but I think I'm getting pretty close to the sound I want.

    Immortal, Invisible
  • OK, thanks Marinho. I´ve had my share of crashes already. I´ve been using PT since 1994 (version 2.3). I´ve lost machines! Motherboards! Hard Drives! What a mess! I know every machine has an intended lifetime, it´s called "planned obsolescence" (pardon my spelling). I´m planning to buy a big HD to use SuperDuper to back up my system regularly to avoid losing files, authorization, data, etc. I´ll thank you if you can send me a copy of that film. I don´t know the director, never heard of him but it´s good to know that a fellow from my country is doing films there. It seems that even in the wealthiest countries it´s difficult to make movies. We like to think that the only people that have to struggle are us... Good luck and till soon.

    Best

    Carlos
  • Thank you, Maestro! And let me say I've enjoyed both my visits to your beautiful country and your posts on the FMPro boards!

    I want to go back to Punta del Este!

    - S
  • Oh, it´s good to know you´ve been around. It´s fine, Chris. I´ll be glad to tell you a few things about our music. There are many music styles or genres in the Rio de la Plata (it comprises both Argentina and Uruguay). We have the folk music of the pampas, the music of the Andes (mainly influenced by the quechua-aymara culture of the incas), the afro-uruguayan candombe (i bet you´ll love it!) and the tango. It is not well known the origin of tango but it may have been a merging of different musical elements: european, american and african. The word "tango" was used in the 19th Century as the name for the yearly festivity that masters allowed to african slaves. But tango music, as we know it, was born in the poor suburbs of both sides of the river. It was, like jazz, the music of the pauper, the immigrants, the country people that came to the city in search of labor. In the beginning it was a way to dance any music that was fashionable but, little by little, the dance devised its own music and, nobody knows exactly when, tango was born. Rhythmically, it was very different at what became later. It had reminiscences of the milonga (another musical species of the area, basically a 3-3-2 rhythm base). In the 30s there was something like a revolution in the genre because the orchestras of the time (which have incorporated the bandoneon, a German made instrument akin to the accordion but with great differences in the way of playing and the quality of the sound) began to change the rhythm of tango accenting the first and third 1/4 notes of the bar. It was christened "La guardia nueva" (the new wave). The first example that you can hear is the orchestra of Julio De Caro. Everything that came later was tailored to his mold. Nevertheless there were great innovators in the way of playing tango and the master of the bandoneon was Anibal Troilo "Pichuco" in the 40s. In that orchestra played, after returning from the United States where he lived till his teens, Astor Piazzolla. He played the bandoneon and, later, was the arranger of the orchestra. There he premiered his first compositions. This is, as you may guess, a very very short history of tango. I may suggest that you visit the site www.todotango.com, it´s in english also. There you can find articles, scores and listen to recordings (streaming). I recommend you to start listening the tangos of Villoldo and Arolas and later go to hear De Caro, Laurenz, Troilo, De Angelis, the great singer Carlos Gardel... I think it´s enough for a beginning. Anytime you need something don´t hesitate to contact me. I´ll be glad to help you. And next time you´re around let me know, may be good to meet face to face, ain´t it? And I would love to see you playing too!

    Best

    Carlos
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