Chris Dargay left a comment for Simon Godden
"It is a beautiful thing to send your father off with music.  I'm sure he's smiling on you and yours.  What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us eternal."
Mar 26, 2014
Chris Dargay left a comment for August Champlin
"Aves is thoroughly enjoyable!  Thanx 4 sharing."
May 6, 2012
Chris Dargay left a comment for Matt Le Mare
"Thanx Matt... been working hard on cohesion."
Dec 1, 2011
Chris Dargay left a comment for Matt Le Mare
"Enjoying the melody of Water Poison.  Would love to hear just a lil' more counterpoint using another voice.  An Oboe/Rhodes/Organ etc. perhaps...  Cheers, Great Job!"
Nov 28, 2011
Chris Dargay left a comment for Tatiana Mikova
"Amazing works...  Very impressive.  A Fantasia... has my full attention.  Such subtlety in movement with great resolves.  Nice production as well.  Pure Ear-Candy!!!"
Jun 20, 2011
Chris Dargay replied to Simon Godden's discussion Short String Piece
"This piece is very much to my liking...  Great movement throughout.  Nice developments of central themes...  Not too long>>>  Short and sweet.  Thanx for sharing Simon."
Jun 20, 2011
Chris Dargay left a comment for Mohammed Asghar
"Enjoying your works !  The thematic development is excellent throughout.  Cheers---"
May 14, 2011
Chris Dargay left a comment for Mikolaj Holowko
"Would Love to Collab at some point.  Cheers!!!"
May 6, 2011
Chris Dargay left a comment for Michael T
"Yeah Buddy... Nice Works!!!"
May 6, 2011
Chris Dargay left a comment for Emily Bond
"Loving Lament... Cheers!"
May 6, 2011
Chris Dargay left a comment for Paul Cecchetti
"Loving your Fugue!!!  Excellent :)"
May 6, 2011
Chris Dargay replied to Paul Cecchetti's discussion Fugue in B Minor
"NICE!!!!"
May 6, 2011
Chris Dargay left a comment for Riccardo Zanoner
"Svegliami is sweet."
May 6, 2011
Chris Dargay left a comment for Riccardo Zanoner
"Cool works!"
May 6, 2011
Chris Dargay left a comment for Achazia
"Amazing... would love to collab at some time."
May 6, 2011
Chris Dargay left a comment for Matt Le Mare
"Greetings Matt.  I am enjoying your style :)  Five Rings, What Do You Forget, and My Ears Are Going... are captivatingly minimalist while expertly executed in a complex fashion.  Cheers!"
Feb 25, 2011
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  • Hi there, thanks for the welcome to the site!

    "Unique" ... Thank you so much for taking the time to listen and to comment! I take that as high compliment.

    Busy listening to some of your music myself now.


    C
  • Thanks for the comment Chris! Targets was a track for an iPhone game, and the devlopers only wanted a short loopable track, which explains the length.

    Some great stuff you've got here! Oig sounds like something Jordan Rudess might have made when Dream Theater weren't looking. Great stuff!
  • Thank you for your nice comment...My friend i must stress my thougts about you Chordata
    If it had been performed real harpsichord, It would be famous. To me thougt Chordata has worldclass notes. Top notch. Great song, superb...
  • I'll be damned, how much for a guitar?
    Special price only for me? =)
  • Hey Chris,

    How's it going? Just saw the cool guitar design in your gallery. Amazing. =)
    Check out my page, I've got some new videos up and of course some new music going on. Cheers!

    /Matt
  • hi chris very thanks for your comment and add me as a friend :):) I like your musics too you compositions include very different emotions:)
  • Thank-you for your comment Chris! It is a very old recording though. I will post more of my newer pieces soon. :) ...N
  • Reason! I know some colleagues that use it but I have never myself. Does it work in any OS? thanks to you!
  • Hi Chris, thank you so much for the comment! Glad you liked it :)
    I am listening now to your music, and enjoying! can I ask how did you record it? the timbre in Element and Membrana is quite interesting...do you manipulate the waves yourself in any way or use a sound library? what do you usually compose for? Thank you again, nice work!
  • Thanks for listening to my music! Your compositions are very interesting and inspiring. Open-minded, minimalistic too. I like that. How did you reach that dry piano sound in Equine Staircase? Thanks for sharing your music.
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