Claude Werner replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Microtonal Piano
"All I have to say to this is bloody beautiful! I look forward to more works..."
Dec 15, 2020
gregorio X replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Microtonal Piano
"I do like the expanded sense of harmony.  There is a glittering quality to the tweaked chords .  It sounds to me like you appropriated something that was at first - a kind of improv. on some related chords, and then applied it and adjusted notes
to…"
Dec 14, 2020
Saul Gefen replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Microtonal Piano
"Hi,

There is no melodic line, or structure its as if the notes are floating in space without order. I really don't know what is the point of music written in this style. But I guess for some it would be appealing, but this doesn't speak to me from…"
Dec 14, 2020
Dane Aubrun replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Microtonal Piano
"Hi Peter,
Likewise I found it interesting. I'm not at all averse to experimental styles and this has a certain surreal quality about it.
The problem I had was being so acclimatised to the piano. A 32-note scale (I presume that's what it is) needs a…"
Dec 13, 2020
Ingo Lee replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Microtonal Piano
"This is interesting and enjoyable music Peter.  As you say you walk a fine line between using familiar tones and those that our ears have been conditioned to perceive as out of tune. This makes your pieces conform more to what we expect which I…"
Dec 13, 2020
Peter Rudenko replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Stay 17
"thank you!"
May 28, 2012
John walter replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Incomplete
"It feels to me like you have created a chord sequence and a melody and then just voiced them in a variety of ways. there is no real connection between the accompaniment and the melody and although the voicings are changing there is no variation in…"
Jun 5, 2011
Doug Lauber replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Incomplete
"I like the harmonic variations, but I expect a B section. The piece feels like AAAAAAAA. You use the same rhythmic strategy throughout, and I'd like it to break up into something very different rhythmically or at least clever variations of your…"
Jun 5, 2011
Jamie Cleaver replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Ice-covered,
"It sounds beautiful as it is...."
Dec 19, 2010
Janet Spangenberg replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Ice-covered,
"Quite pleasant. It doesn't seem to follow an expected chord progression, but meandered in a lovely way. It sounded a little more like rain than snow, to me ;-)"
Dec 15, 2010
Marc Descôteaux replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Speedpainting
"Last days of Summer: really evocative melody. I don't know what goes on at about 1min, but this piece of yours is really a beauty. I was waiting for a dramatic forté reprise, at a point of entry when the theme is played softly, something more with…"
Aug 19, 2010
Vlad Burlea replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Solo piano piece.
"Hi Peter, i am Vlad. Nice etude but try to have more fantesy and contrast with rithm and modal\harmonycal muvement spetialy in the slow part of etude. This one have to be one of the 5-7 etudes cycle. Goodluck!"
Aug 6, 2010
Peter Rudenko replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Solo piano piece.
"Bob, Fredrick,
thank you for the answers."
Jul 31, 2010
Bob Morabito replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Solo piano piece.
"HI Peter--

I agree with Frederick--very nice indeed:)
I enjoyed listening to this, and some of your piano preludes VERY much--

My only thought is that the title doesnt seem to do the piece much justice, but that's just a personal feeling.

Keep up…"
Jul 28, 2010
Jeffrey Camelio replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Piano Preludes
"Oh, I was trying to be facetious in response to the very first comment. I offer much of my stuff for free as well. I thought it was funny that someone who shares freely should be called pretentious. Along your same lines."
Mar 17, 2010
Jeffrey Camelio replied to Peter Rudenko's discussion Piano Preludes
"Wow, it took me less time to hear and appreciate your wonderful piece titled 5:00am than it would have to yell at you for sharing free music. It seems like the music will wander off into something formless, but you keep just enough hold to keep…"
Mar 16, 2010
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  • Hi, Peter! Mary Chrismas! I like your music very much. A beautiful work! Thanks for sharing.
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