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After decades of bouncing from state to state and university to university---accidentally received a BA in music from the University of Nebraska at Omaha Played in several orchestras---used to make a living at it. Struck by Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disease---a form of muscular dystrophy that affects the feet and hands---ergo, orchestra carrier cut short. Conclusion: Praise be to all known gawds for electronics!
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I like Kuro-Kuro and Ave Satre very much. Thanks so much for sharing.
Thank for the postive comment. Prase in deed. Really enjoying your music.
All the very best
Your my music has a lot depth and soul... Some the of the best music I ever heard. Just amazing...
Michael Thomas Huspek
Most interesting piece your Kuro-Kuro Hope to hear more of your work soon!
Good use of imitation - only quibble is you rely on it a little too often. I wish there was some more antagonism between the two. But you have great accompaniment figures traded between the violin and piano and call response. A good part is where they trade and then unite that was a nice touch (around 5:50). Also enjoy the ending - good harmonic support and recall of the of broken octaves.
Anyway, very small things, overall a very good movement I enjoyed.
Second movement - a little too static though I think with live performers it would sound much less so. I like the one or two harmonic diversions in the return of the A sections - would have liked a few more.
Third - like how you keep it related to the first with the sinuous chromatic repetitive figures in both movements - different material but share these characteristics. Good job there.
There is a way to do mastering and editing with the Roland, right there in the machine. But to tell you the truth, I've never tried to do it. I just turn it on and record, like it's a cassette player. I just keep playing and singing til I get a take that's pretty good. I've been using a Roland Fantom X8 for my recent piano recordings....I LOVE the sound of the old piano, but too many don't....I guess it's an acquired taste. Also, I think modern recording techniques and the highly polished chrome like perfection fo digital instruments has kind of affected popular taste....reality just sounds 'wrong' to a lot of people now. Martha