Jon Corelis posted a discussion
Another of my Songs from Shakespeare, this one from The Tempest.  Score display and audio file (generated with software as a demo, using choral ah voices even though the piece is for solo voice) at MuseScore The isle is full of noises for solo alto…
Jun 22
Jon Corelis posted a discussion
Another of my Songs from Shakespeare, this one from The Tempest.  Score display and audio file (generated with software as a demo, using choral ah voices even though the piece is for solo voice) at MuseScore While you here do snoring lie for solo…
Jun 16
Jon Corelis posted a discussion
Now Until the Break of Day from A Midsummer Night's Dream from my Songs from Shakespeare for use in performances, which I'm creating in hopes there will be a demand for them, since Shakespeare remains popular. If anyone reading this knows of any…
Jun 7
Jon Corelis replied to Jon Corelis's discussion You spotted snakes
"Thanks, glad you liked it."
May 16
Jon Corelis replied to Jon Corelis's discussion When that I was and a little tiny boy
"Thanks for the comment.  One reason I deliberately kept it simple is that since it's intended to be used for performance of the play, it's particularly important not to let the music obscure the words.  Another reason is that I wanted it to be…"
May 16
Gavin Brown replied to Jon Corelis's discussion You spotted snakes
"Hi Jon, a satisfying straightforward tune, with a nice "soaring" quality -
Gav"
May 15
Gavin Brown replied to Jon Corelis's discussion When that I was and a little tiny boy
"Hi Jon,
A perfectly serviceable melody and the overall sound seems to fit the material. It is so short and since there is no harmony, it is hard to say more than that, other than I think you achieved the goal you were aiming for in the piece. Thanks…"
May 15
Jon Corelis posted a discussion
When that I was and a little tiny boy from Twelfth Night. This is one of the compositions intended for my proposed book of songs from Shakespeare's plays for use in performances, which I'm creating in hopes there will be a demand for them, since Sha…
May 12
Jon Corelis posted a discussion
You Spotted Snakes from A Midsummer Night's Dream  …
May 9
Jon Corelis posted a discussion
Desdemona's song from Othello, also known as The Willow Song, from my Songs from Shakespeare.This is taken pretty much directly from the melody as it appears in several old books.  It's no doubt very old.Score display with software-generated audio…
May 8
Jon Corelis posted a discussion
Two witches' songs from Shakespeare's Scottish play, from my Sonngs from Shakespeare for use in performances, which I'm creating in hopes there will be a demand for them, since Shakespeare remains popular. If anyone reading this knows of any…
May 6
Jon Corelis replied to Gavin Brown's discussion Members, post your migration issues and questions here
"There used to be a link on My Page to show the discussions I've started or commented on, but I can't find it now.  Is that feature no longer available?"
May 3
Jon Corelis replied to Jon Corelis's discussion Full Fathom Five
"Thanks for the reply, and let me recommend the play, which is one of the best: long sections of unbelievable, jaw-dropping beauty."
May 1
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Jon Corelis's discussion Full Fathom Five
"Hi Jon,
YEs, this is it... Very interesting.  It would be better if I new more about the context.
I don't know the play it is from.  Simple beauty.
 
By the way this is more static than your previous one, in my opinion.  But it all
depends on the…"
May 1
Jon Corelis posted a discussion
Another selection from my Songs from Shakespeare for use in performances, which I'm creating in hopes there will be a demand for them, since Shakespeare remains popular. If anyone reading this knows of any theatrical company, at any level from…
Apr 30
Jon Corelis replied to Jon Corelis's discussion Sigh no more, ladies from Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing
"Thanks for the comment.  I'm not sure what a more static form means, but if the same style means the style of the original piece this is adapted from, I have an answer to that.  I plan to compose versions of songs from the most often performed…"
Apr 29
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