Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Six-note chords
"I'm glad you found my work fascinating ! I appreciate this comment and the effort to read the theoretical explanation. Perhaps I should apologize for not having completely successful in choosing the mathematically correct terms and at the same time…"
Nov 12, 2022
Ingo Lee replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Six-note chords
"Hi Ramon, I find your mathematical approach and the result fascinating. I don't fully understand the mechanisms you describe but I will be listening again to the music.
I'm wondering if a quantum computer could speed up finding a pure Hamiltonian…"
Nov 10, 2022
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Six-note chords
"You are absolutely right that the score is essential to analyze a work in depth.
But I am sorry to say that the version of the score that I currently have is still not presentable for the human interpreter since, as a consequence of my working…"
Nov 9, 2022
Jon Corelis replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Six-note chords
"I listened to it, and it seemed to me (as someone who is fairly conventional or even old fashioned as a music listener and composer) an interesting experiment, which might point a new direction of development for atonality.  I thought though that it…"
Nov 7, 2022
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Six-note chords
"I appreciate your sincere criticism. I understand that my results are not very of your taste, as a consequence, obviously, in your way of understanding music. But my general musical approaches as well as the demands of the characteristics of the…"
Nov 6, 2022
H. S. Teoh replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Six-note chords
"Interesting concept, but I have to admit that merely a sequence of chords doesn't really draw me. What about using your chord sequences as a basis upon which to construct something more interesting? Like melodic lines that trace out these chords,…"
Nov 5, 2022
Ramon Capsada Blanch posted a discussion
Hello composers !A few weeks ago I published this piece in Soundcloud. I know that there are splendid pianists in this Forum, let's see what you think of my composition. . . https://soundcloud.com/ramon-capsada-blanch/six-note-chords As usual, I…
Nov 5, 2022
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Hyperbolic paraboloid and Xenakis
"I love listening to music from the romantic period !"
Jul 28, 2022
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Hyperbolic paraboloid and Xenakis
"Once again you are correct in your assumptions (you are very insightful ;-) ). The 47 melodic lines are the result of searching for the best configuration of distances between lines and, at the same time, audibly convincing tonal ranges. The entry…"
Jul 28, 2022
David Owen replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Hyperbolic paraboloid and Xenakis
"as an unreformable Romantic who tries to compose what I would perhaps call humanist works, a mathematical concept of musical composition is indeed rather alien to me though naturally I respect the right of every composer to develop whatever theories…"
Jul 28, 2022
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Hyperbolic paraboloid and Xenakis
"Thank you very much Sam for listening to my music and I am very glad that you enjoyed it. I find the reference you make to the Penrose staircase interesting, since it has great geometric strength and a component of illusion and magic, which I would…"
Jul 28, 2022
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Hyperbolic paraboloid and Xenakis
"I sincerely thank you that, despite not being the type of music that interests you, you have listened (several times) to my composition and have read its explanations. I am also pleased that you found it convincing. Perhaps it is because there are…"
Jul 28, 2022
Ingo Lee replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Hyperbolic paraboloid and Xenakis
"Fascinating stuff Ramon, thank you for taking the time!  I wondered where the number 47 came from, so each melody has its own parabola or segment of parabola.  I guess you experimented with the placement of the planes slicing the original figure to…"
Jul 26, 2022
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Hyperbolic paraboloid and Xenakis
"Hi Ingo.
First, I want to thank you for the interest you have shown in my composition by having listened to it carefully and read the explanations with caution, and that you also want to go deeper into it.
You have perfectly understood the basic…"
Jul 26, 2022
Sam Umar replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Hyperbolic paraboloid and Xenakis
"Hi, Ramon! I'm enjoying your piece here. Somehow it has, when listening to some part of it, a penrose steps idea going on in my head. It's certainly new to me.
Regards,Sam"
Jul 26, 2022
David Owen replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Hyperbolic paraboloid and Xenakis
"I have no interest in Xenakis or his theories (although I occasionality do hear a work of his which does something for me) and yet your description of this piece seems very apt. I've listened to this several times and find it curiously compelling…"
Jul 25, 2022
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