Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Music for Soprano and Orchestra (6 minutes).
"Measure 107-108 has some seriously low notes for clarinet, am I missing something?  Oh and you have a very mellow resolving ending to this too, nice.
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Jun 26
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Music for Soprano and Orchestra (6 minutes).
" Frenchman Ben Lecomte attempted to swim the Pacific in 2018 after traversing the Atlantic in 1998. Unfortunately Lecomte was forced to quit after 1,753 miles due to mechanical problems with the boat that was supporting him. But ".. I knew I had it…"
Jun 25
Ingo Lee replied to Alison Hanna's discussion The Impossible Standard (Clarinet Quartet)
"Hi Alison, welcome to CF.  This work is well done and conventional but that's a good thing.  The themes are familiar but I can't place them off the top of my head.  I'm not sure that the progression here evokes struggle leading to triumph but I…"
Jun 25
Ingo Lee replied to Paul Halley's discussion Peace rising
"Hi Paul, I don't see a link here, am I missing something?"
Jun 17
Ingo Lee replied to Sam Umar's discussion The Message - a composition with a saying
"Hi Sam - This is a pleasant listen with good sound.  I can't hear the words of the message very well, but maybe that's just me.
Thanks for posting."
Jun 17
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion The Hope of Summer Sun - Light music (3 minutes)
"A Haitian folk tune filtered through Sun Ra I think!  Ki pi ekselan ak satisfè; that's Haitian for 'most excellent and satisfying'.  And the score is quite clear and well done, Strepitoso indeed!  Bravo, let's hear more (who needs a railway anyway)"
Jun 13
Ingo Lee replied to David Owen's discussion Piano quintet
"I don't think it needs to work better. It ended and as you say it's non-commital and resigned which is what you wanted.  When I heard it the first time I looked to make sure I hadn't cut it off or lost my connection. When I listen again it sounds…"
Jun 13
Ingo Lee replied to David Owen's discussion Piano quintet
"Very well done David.  I don't have much time so longer pieces get neglected but this one is worth the time. It is melancholic but there is enough motion built in to prevent the doldrums from taking over. You make good use of quiet and near silence;…"
Jun 12
Ingo Lee replied to H. S. Teoh's discussion Fugue in E-flat major, minor revision
"It's been a while since I paid attention to this and I didn't remember that.  This book mentions some of the historical developments but it mainly focuses on technique referenced to Bach. Bach usually had the Answer in the dominant key but the…"
Jun 11
Ingo Lee replied to H. S. Teoh's discussion Fugue in E-flat major, minor revision
"This book is pretty well known for "Technique and Spirit of the Fugue" which coincidentally is the title. Depending on where you live there can be a copyright issue with this but it's in the public domain in Canada.…"
Jun 10
Ingo Lee replied to Gabriel Kovalov's discussion Piano trio- Viola, Cello,Piano
"Hi Gabriel, yes it works!  And I think it stands alone as well. It's a challenge to make something creative and different and still have it be accessible to our ears conditioned by many years of conformity.  That said there is to my ears an issue…"
Jun 9
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Jun 9
Ingo Lee replied to Liz Atems's discussion Symphony No. 1 in C Minor (Sinfonia Solenne)
"If you will send me one of your midi files I'll be happy to see exactly what happens with it in Siblelius etc. I'll send a PM
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Jun 6
Ingo Lee replied to Liz Atems's discussion Symphony No. 1 in C Minor (Sinfonia Solenne)
"Each midi file can carry 16 channels which will generate 16 tracks in a DAW or 16 staves in a notation program.  My chamber orchestra template is 12 solo or section instruments and it goes back and forth on one midi file. I can also easily assemble…"
Jun 6
Ingo Lee replied to Liz Atems's discussion Symphony No. 1 in C Minor (Sinfonia Solenne)
"Software can be difficult, no question there.  The good news is that, on paper at least, you could easily try out NotePerformer on either Sibelius, Finale or Dorico for no money.
The midi file that you export from Lilypond can easily be imported…"
Jun 5
Ingo Lee replied to Liz Atems's discussion Symphony No. 1 in C Minor (Sinfonia Solenne)
"Plugins have standardized formats (VST etc.) widely used. Keyswitches go in inaudible ranges for the particular instrument but you have to assign the note in the player to the corresponding patch so DAW midi entry is probably easier.
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Jun 4
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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

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