Martin M. Schreiner replied to Ingo Lee's discussion Chamber orchestra with guitar
"Very nice music Ingo. I enjoyed hearing this very much. I agree with Dane that the guitar solo isn't integrated and it sounds like a different piece from the orchestral sections on either end of it (though I enjoyed hearing both musics!). Maybe…"
Friday
Martin M. Schreiner replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Concertino for Piccolo Trumpet (3 mins 15 secs)
"A wonderful piece Dane. I agree, it is very Leroy Andersonish and it felt like I was hearing something from the Arthur Fidler day's of the Boston Pops Orchestra. It is light music done seriously well and not done in a vapid and superficial way.…"
Friday
Martin M. Schreiner replied to Gerd Prengel's discussion Beethoven 9th symphony - an alternative instrumental Finale
"Wonderful project. I enjoyed hearing your studied and reasonable conception of what the Finale may have sounded like. Your project is maybe not 'crazy' but another way to more deeply understand the music of a composer. Not to only listen, study…"
Jul 12
Martin M. Schreiner replied to Alison Hanna's discussion Minuet No. 1 (Need Help)
"Hi Allison,
Have you thought about a bassline and a sense of how you wish to harmonize these first 8 measures? One approach to the minuet could be a typical parallel period construction, which would mean that the next 8 measures could essentially…"
Jul 11
Martin M. Schreiner replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Hyperbolic paraboloid and Xenakis
"I enjoyed listening to your tribute to Xenakis here. The sound cloud densities were like a hugh flock of migrating birds to me. You could view the shape of the flock from afar or put yourself inside the flock and hear some of the individual birds or…"
Jul 10
Martin M. Schreiner replied to Gavin Brown's discussion East Meets West for Solo Piano
"Hi Gavin,
Wow! This was a great listening experience. The music seemed to keep evolving through a kind of sequence of variations that blossom out of the flow. I did sense some of the progressive rock influence but it felt more like an impromptu set…"
Jul 10
Martin M. Schreiner replied to Saul Gefen's discussion Romanza In A minor for Solo Piano
"Hi Saul,
Absolutely beautiful and moving performance.
--Marty"
Jul 9
Martin M. Schreiner replied to Gavin Brown's discussion American Anthem for intermed Solo PIano
"Hi Gav,
I enjoyed hearing this music of your earlier self. I also like to go back and revisit older pieces and sometimes revise them and sometimes completely rethink them.
I do hear the progressive rock influence. (I was a fan of Emerson, Lake and…"
Jul 2
Martin M. Schreiner replied to Alison Hanna's discussion Roll the Old Chariot
" Hi Alison,
I enjoyed hearing your arrangement of this sea chanty. And, thanks for sharing the video that inspired you which I also enjoyed. I liked the way you made a suspension of the G# and B into the final cadence to F# minor at the very end.…"
Jun 26
Laurent Koleda and Martin M. Schreiner are now friends
Jun 21
David Owen and Martin M. Schreiner are now friends
Jun 9
Martin M. Schreiner and Ingo Lee are now friends
Jun 9
Martin M. Schreiner replied to Gregory Michael Hodges's discussion My Symphony No. 3
"Hi Greg,
 
I listened through your entire symphony and enjoyed hearing it. You have wonderful sense of the orchestra and orchestration and use these to expressive advantage in your Symphony No.3. I don’t know if an orchestration class was among the…"
Jun 9
Martin M. Schreiner replied to Gregory Michael Hodges's discussion A short and early piece of mine
"Greg,
I went to the Website for NP to find out more about exactly what it was and cost etc. It seems to be for orchestral instruments only and not human voices. I didn't see any information about percussion instruments either. Do you find these…"
Jun 8
Martin M. Schreiner left a comment for Tomaš Korčinski
"Welcome to this forum Tomaš! I went to your YouTube channel and listened to your Morze. I enjoyed hearing how you introduced the rolling atmospheric electronic music over the recorded sound of the gentle waves crashing on the beach. the music…"
Jun 8
Martin M. Schreiner replied to Gregory Michael Hodges's discussion A short and early piece of mine
"A beautiful score Greg! I especially like your use of the 3 brief pauses in the strings just after 2 minutes in and then just a bit more emphatically a little later. This was very effective (heart skipping a few beats?). Use of breaks and silences…"
Jun 7
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  • hello Martin,
    I answer here, because I don't see your comment on my page (!).
    Thank you for your words, happy that you like this piece. it's very kind. thank you also for your invitation as a friend.
    see you soon Martin :-)
  • Welcome Martin!
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