Dane Aubrun replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Wind Quintet in C
"Yes, along with others, Markus, I enjoyed listening to this work. Coming from a more modern approach I had to hide my personal aims in writing for winds; and as far as I recognise classical writing it seems coherent and well structured,…"
Jan 13
Gerd Prengel replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Wind Quintet in C
""Delightful and Mozartean" - these are indeed the proper names to express the beauty of your wind quartett! Also I enjoyed how well instrumented you composed this - Thank you!"
Jan 12
Harmonius replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Wind Quintet in C
"Delightful and Mozartean!"
Jan 10
Markus Boyd replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Wind Quintet in C
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Jan 9
Markus Boyd replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Theme and Variations for Keyboard (Galant Pedagogy)
"This probably took about 4-5 hours in total. It would take a lot longer if I was using more than two voices. However if I were to add a third voice now it would not take long at all, as the two other parts are already defined within the skeleton.…"
Apr 24, 2020
Timothy Smith replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Theme and Variations for Keyboard (Galant Pedagogy)
"I loved this. Hearing the way in which you arrived at it was interesting 
I think all composers probably have at least some vague idea where they intend to go . You take it a step further in defining more exact parameters in the beginning. This was…"
Apr 23, 2020
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Theme and Variations for Keyboard (Galant Pedagogy)
"Hi Markus, 

Thank you for the Gallant schemata.  It clarified the schemata idea very well.
Your post has inspired me to create my own atonal schematas and create a Minuet.
Very interesting.

Thanks a lot."
Apr 23, 2020
Markus Boyd replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Theme and Variations for Keyboard (Galant Pedagogy)
"Dear Ali,

The Schemata above were termed by the academic Robert Gjerdigen. This page illustrates the Meyer, along with other prominent schema: http://openmusictheory.com/schemataSummary.html

It is true that use of this stuff can produce a sense of…"
Apr 22, 2020
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Theme and Variations for Keyboard (Galant Pedagogy)
"Hi Markus,
I liked the 8 + 12 bars configuration.
Also the harmonic skeleton is pleasant.
Maybe it would be better if it is played a bit slower.
Of course some local tempo envelope alterations would be nice.  Otherwise it sounds a bit mechanical.…"
Apr 22, 2020
Markus Boyd left a comment for Gerd Prengel
"I have visited your website and very impressed with your works. Your symphony is a remarkable achievement "
Apr 20, 2020
Markus Boyd replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Theme and Variations for Keyboard (Galant Pedagogy)
"I can do tomorrow for you :)"
Apr 20, 2020
Gerd Prengel replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Theme and Variations for Keyboard (Galant Pedagogy)
"Nice work but could could you render this also with piano? I personally do not like listening to harpsichord for a longer time"
Apr 20, 2020
Markus Boyd replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Sonata for Organ in 3 movements
"Ah yes, thanks for pointing that out. I don’t have a specific definition of this motif and I agree that Mozart did use this, although I don’t believe he was the first. 
Speaking in terms of galant schema, I would say that it is either type of…"
Apr 18, 2020
Victor Eijkhout replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Sonata for Organ in 3 movements
"Thanks for the link. That was cool.
What makes me say "Mozart" is things like measure 7, beat 3: that D#-E is very Mozartian, and I don't hear it in that JC Bach piece. Markus Boyd said:
Johann Christian Bach wrote some organ sonatas (without…"
Apr 18, 2020
Markus Boyd replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Sonata for Organ in 3 movements
"Yes. It is really a keyboard sonata. Johann Christian Bach wrote some organ sonatas (without pedals) for four hands and I would say that this work contains more influences from him than Mozart.
I am less inclined however to attribute my influences…"
Apr 17, 2020
Victor Eijkhout replied to Markus Boyd's discussion Sonata for Organ in 3 movements
"Mozart on the organ! Fun!
Did Mozart write anything for the organ?
Also: is it a conscious decision not to use pedals?"
Apr 17, 2020
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