Ingo Lee replied to Thorsten Singer's discussion Introducing myself with Movement I - "Dämmerung von Falschlicht" from my Symphony III - "Arboralsymphony"
"This is a very impressive work Thorsten, it is definitely modern but has a romantic flavor as well.  The tempo changes are dramatic and exciting and your orchestration is very effective.  You are a very accomplished composer, my only small criticism…"
Jul 25
Ingo Lee replied to Gavin Brown's discussion Online Concert Premiering 7/17
"Hi Gav, well I missed the live stream of your song but fortunately the recording is quite good and I was able to enjoy it.  The trio is very talented, the soprano especially.  She seemed quite well rehearsed and was able to do portions from memory…"
Jul 18
Ingo Lee replied to Gavin Brown's discussion Online Concert Premiering 7/17
" Congratulations Gav on getting your music played by professional musicians on a public forum, that is exciting!  I will try and tune in but if I can't will it be recorded and posted on YouTube by any chance?"
Jul 14
Ingo Lee replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Symphonic piece
"Hi Kjell -  I've listened to your whole piece and it is very well done. NotePerformer is great for orchestral work and a real advantage for composers. You are very skilled at developing and extending your themes and using appropriate orchestration…"
Jul 14
Ingo Lee replied to gregorio X's discussion Scrap of a Map - for solo piano - 3'40"
" Great stuff Gregorio, I liked this a lot and listened twice.  You say post romantic which is pretty inclusive I guess. I'm hearing a mixture of jazz ballad with a healthy dose of impressionism in the last minute or so.  Well what ever, this is both…"
Jun 27
Ingo Lee replied to Matthew Brown's discussion ĒOSTRE (2021) by Matthew Brown
"Great rhythmic drive and melodic content here Matthew and nice counterpoint as well, I enjoyed this!  Also good use of dynamics, the precision makes me think this is virtual, may I ask what library you are using?"
Jun 27
Ingo Lee replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Euclidean rhythms for a celebration
"You have given us a wonderful piece here Ramon, thank you! I also appreciated your explanation of your approach to this compostion.  I don't hear anything particularly mathematical about this, to my ears it sounds tonal, albeit not CPP tonal, but…"
Jun 13
Ingo Lee replied to Gabriele's discussion Cinderella - Suite for piano, choir and orchestra
"Very well written and appropriate to the visual images Gabriele, you sound professional to me.  But as Dane has said the sound of your rendering is not as good as I think it could be.  This could be for a number of reasons and my ears are not good…"
Jun 13
Ingo Lee replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Contradance "La Lejeune"
"Very nice enjoyable piece Jos and a beautiful sound to go with it.  I know that VSL has to keep selling libraries to stay in business so I assume that they feel that supporting the Synchron system benefits their business so it's good to know that…"
Jun 13
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Music for Orchestra 5
"Thank you for the kind words. When I hear those rippling arpeggios and full left hand chords that you do I know that's how it's supposed to sound and I can't get that!  But the larger issue for me has been to find a bridge between what I played in…"
Jun 2
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Music for Orchestra 5
"Very interesting, I'll have to pay more attention to Maestro Liszt and his thumbs, seems to work quite well for you. No I don't play piano but I do play lounge music, here's a sample.
SunnyGetsBlue.mp3
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Jun 1
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Flame192 - a Trip down memory lane (1'25") First computer piece.
"Ah memories, but as Gav says nostalgia is a big thing currently too. Vinyl sales have risen and now outpace CD's, video gamers are in search of CRT monitors to enjoy retro games in their native glory, I still have a non-functioning Fostex 4 track in…"
Jun 1
Ingo Lee replied to Gavin Brown's discussion Members, post your migration issues and questions here
"I have two PC's, one with Win 7 and one with Win 10.  On Win 7 Firefox spell check doesn't work. On Internet Explorer it does work. On Win 10 Firefox it doesn't work. Win 10 wants me to use Edge but I don't like it so I can't try it there.
On my iOS…"
May 29
Ingo Lee replied to Gavin Brown's discussion Members, post your migration issues and questions here
"Ha ha, well I've definitely been wrong before, but the old site would put a red line under a misspelling and you could then right click to see a choice of correctly spelled words. Maybe someone else could correct me but I remember using that here."
May 28
Ingo Lee replied to Gavin Brown's discussion Members, post your migration issues and questions here
"Hey Gav I doant seee the spellll chicker woarkin. Am I missing something (besides being able to spell)?"
May 28
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Music for Orchestra 5
"Gav is right about this Dane, this definitely has a '60's noir flavor.  But I think it has good continuity and is actually more linear than some of your other work which seems to have more vertical 'outbursts' if that makes any sense.  The colors…"
May 28
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  • Hi Ingo, thank you so much, very kind and encouraging! Regards from Germany!

  • No problem Ingo--so nice hearing from you:)

    Bob

  • Hello there, welcome to composersforum :] if you're looking for some of my works, you can check them out on my profile page, I did upload couple of new stuffs on video/playlist~ Looking for yours too, please share if you do :p

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