Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Walking by four-note chords
"Hi Ingo.
Thank you very much for listening to my music and reflecting on it.
I find your comments very pertinent and insightful.  In a sense, it can be considered programmed music insofar as it strictly follows the chain of chords that are created…"
Oct 2
Ingo Lee replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Walking by four-note chords
"Ramon this is a satisfying and enjoyable piece.  I'm always a little suspicious of programmed music (maybe this piece doesn't fit that definition) but I would not have thought in those terms if I hadn't read your explanation of your method.  The…"
Oct 1
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Walking by four-note chords
"Hi Patrick,Of course I would like for you to share it, so you help spread my work."
Sep 29
Patrick Hasselbank replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Walking by four-note chords
"Would you mind if I share your link of your melody to my friends from musescore community (https://musescore.com/community)?"
Sep 29
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Music for Orchestra 7
"Hi, Dane,
I do not think it is an exaggerated prejudice to tell you that your different works that I have been listening to in this forum, all of them have a lot of quality, both from the perspective of the musical form and from the perspective of…"
Sep 27
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Walking by four-note chords
"Thank you very much Dane for your kind comment.
Certainly it is not necessary to use the technical note, that I have written about the work, to listen to it, understand it and enjoy it.  I consider these technical notes as a summary of the little…"
Sep 26
Dane Aubrun replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Walking by four-note chords
"Hi, Ramon,
I liked the work; read your technical note while listening but made no attempt to relate the music to the underlying technical.
It had (impressionistically) a surreal cast with which I'm comfortable and happier to interpret that way -…"
Sep 25
Ramon Capsada Blanch posted a discussion
Hello everybody.This is a piece that I just composed:https://soundcloud.com/ramon-capsada-blanch/walking-by-four-note-ch... for listening !Ramon If you want, you can also read the following introductory note to the work: Walking by four-note…
Sep 22
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Euclidean rhythms for a celebration
"Thank you for listening to my music and for your kind comment.
Certainly, mathematics, being only a secondary tool in the creation of this piece, goes unnoticed.
I understand your disappointment about the end of the work insofar as it does not…"
Aug 6
H. S. Teoh replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Euclidean rhythms for a celebration
"Very interesting piece!  In spite of its mathematical roots I did not hear it as mainly mathematical, but as a series of interesting contrasting rhythms that's actually pleasant to listen to. It's pretty amazing that you managed to pull off a…"
Aug 5
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Euclidean rhythms for a celebration
"You are very generous, Kjell with your kind comments, and I really appreciate them !
In addition to my main objective, which has been to experiment with Euclidean rhythms, I have set myself two secondary objectives: the explicit construction of…"
Aug 4
Kjell Prytz replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Euclidean rhythms for a celebration
" Impressive piece, Ramon, and most inspiring in its creativity and innovativity.
A few times I get reminded of LvB 9th 1st mvnt, also a rhythmic piece and at other occasions i think of Bartok´s concert for orchestra.
But the piece is truly unique.…"
Aug 3
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Euclidean rhythms for a celebration
"Thank you very much Ingo for listening to my music in detail and for your comments as kind as always. I appreciate you taking the time to do this.
It is true that it is tonal music but moving away from the Common practice period, for two reasons:
1.…"
Jun 14
Ingo Lee replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Euclidean rhythms for a celebration
"You have given us a wonderful piece here Ramon, thank you! I also appreciated your explanation of your approach to this compostion.  I don't hear anything particularly mathematical about this, to my ears it sounds tonal, albeit not CPP tonal, but…"
Jun 13
Ramon Capsada Blanch posted a discussion
Join DateJun 2018Posts38Post Thanks / Like  Hello everybody. This is a piece that I just composed: https://soundcloud.com/ramon-capsada-blanch/euclidean-rhythms-for-a... rhythmic aspect of this composition is based on Euclidean rhythms…
Jun 8
Ramon Capsada Blanch replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Song Without Words - mezzo + strings.
"Hello Dane,
I can't avoid making a comment because I really liked this piece.
About the music that is written today, I still prefer, and by far, that which meets the condition that, due to its formal characteristics, it could not have been written…"
Jan 22
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