Jos Wylin replied to Francois Jenno's discussion Berceuse - Piano Miniature
" Hi François,
Very noce piano work! Well performed.
Jos"
Aug 29
Patrick Hasselbank replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Matelotte: Le Concert ou la Sabatine
"Beautiful! Matelote it feels like Irish folk dances (I used to learn them a long time ago https://musescore.com/sheetmusic?text=irish%20folk%20music), very groovy! "
Aug 25
Jos Wylin replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Matelotte: Le Concert ou la Sabatine
"My virtual musicians take a little brake now. Thanks for your comment, Kjell.
Jos"
Aug 24
Kjell Prytz replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Matelotte: Le Concert ou la Sabatine
"What a performance. Excellent musicians, better than real. I felt the bass rules here in this much rhythmic piece. Dancing to this would be marvellous.
Greetings Jos,
Kjell"
Aug 23
Jos Wylin posted a discussion
 Here is another short example of an 18th century contradance (Matelotte) in an own arrangement.More explanation on Soundcloud. Enjoy the listen!Jos Jos Wylin · Matelotte: Le Concert ou La Sabatine
Aug 22
Jos Wylin replied to Douglas Locke's discussion The Wolf King
"Wonderful score and rich in variation, unpredictable harmonies and rhythms and still easy to listen too. It has something filmish and narrative, which I always like. Music has to tell something, I consider it as a form of communication.
Thanks for…"
Aug 17
Jos Wylin replied to Jérémie Lhomme's discussion New piece for piano
"Very beautiful and delicately performd.
Thanks for sharing,
Jos"
Aug 17
Jos Wylin replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Ziganeska
"Hi Kjell,
Thanks again for the listen and comment.
The library I've used is the same as usual: VSL, the VI Pro instruments (full versions). There's the Synchron Library now, but I'm not so found of the 'pre-fabricated' sound. The VI instruments are…"
Aug 4
Kjell Prytz replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Ziganeska
"Hi Jos,
this is a very nice piece, weill suited for a dance of some kind. I just miss the guitar to get it flavored as zigan.
Many amazing details in articulations goin on giving a close to live performance impression. You must have used an advanced…"
Aug 3
Jos Wylin replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Song of the Windbells
"Hi Riza,
I suppose this is an experimental piece? I experienced it as a hearing test, searching the bounderies of human hearing. I'm a bit older and some of the highest pitches became somewhat misty. (I hope that my headphones are not the…"
Jul 17
Jos Wylin replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Ziganeska
"Thanks, Teoh.
I'm glad you liked it.
Jos"
Jul 17
H. S. Teoh replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Ziganeska
"I liked this. Simple, yet captivating. The modified minor scale gives it a special flavor that adds to its charm. Thanks for sharing!"
Jul 15
Jos Wylin replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Ziganeska
"Thanks Riza.
I do agree, but I had my reasons to write the fourth part in a bit more 'popular' style. And a second reason could be, that atonal music (even serial or 12-tone music) is not my favourite... I really like experimenting with sounds and…"
Jul 10
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Ziganeska
"Hi Jos,
Amazing!
The use of gestures, motives, instrumentation tricks are so strong that
I believe you could make the same astonishing effect without tonality.
And that would make it different from many many similar tunes...
Greatly thanks for…"
Jul 10
Jos Wylin replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Ziganeska
"Hi Micheal,
Thanks for such an extensive comment and for having taken the time to listen. I'm glad you enjoyed the piece.
I'm a bit surprised to hear about the relation with Ravel. I love Ravel a lot, but I'm not so familiar with his works and/or…"
Jul 3
gregorio X replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Ziganeska
"Jos, just to mention that I wasn't referring to the 'theme' as being French, but the treatment (to me) of the material - linear and transparent - which reminded me of a French aesthetic ... In fact, Ravel did a virtuosic violin piece Tzigane, styled…"
Jul 1
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  • Hi Jos,

    now we are better friends than ever.

    Did you post a contribution to the Dance Contest? Your Ballet may be a contender.

    Cheers,

    Kjell

  • Hope you enjoy your time here, it is a nice place!

  • Hi Jos,

    It’s fastlane(Phil) from the defunct Garritan forum. I’m glad to see you on here. I became a member years ago but I haven’t been active for some time.  The prodigal son returns I guess. :)

  • Welcome Jos!

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