Chris Morrison replied to Chris Morrison's discussion Nocturne for Piano Trio
"Hi all, thanks for your comments and patience in waiting for my reply! I'll reply to everyone using this one comment.

Mike: I hadn't thought of defining the ricochet in the cello that precisely using exact rhythmic values; thanks for the…"
Jul 18, 2017
roger stancill replied to Chris Morrison's discussion Nocturne for Piano Trio
"Hi Chris, I guess that I am just 'old school'.
To me, this piece is Freak-turne. It did not even come close to
what I would enjoy listening to as a "Nocturne'
There is nothing human or romantic about it. Fractured spurts of sound,
no matter how…"
Jul 8, 2017
eboats replied to Chris Morrison's discussion Nocturne for Piano Trio
"Great piece.  Really enjoyed the unpredictability, the interesting rhythms and color.   Would be interested to know more about how you went about composing this if you'd like to share. "
Jul 5, 2017
Socrates Arvanitakis replied to Chris Morrison's discussion Nocturne for Piano Trio
"Hello Chris,
On a first listening this piece gave me the idea of things being perceived as happening at night time (not all of them controllable, or maybe all of them uncontrollable), which would not dare somehow to happen in day time, or if they…"
Jun 29, 2017
Mike Hewer replied to Chris Morrison's discussion Nocturne for Piano Trio
"Hi Chris,
Only had 2 listens which is not enough I know, but you seem to have a tight grip on your material and an economy of means that helps to unify the music, at least that's the impression it gives to me. I like the silences as much as the…"
Jun 29, 2017

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