Roberto Soggetti left a comment for Paulo cesar Maia de Aguiar (Br)
"Paulo, thank you for your kind comment! I'll be back as soon as possible to listen to some of your music
 
Roberto"
Aug 27, 2011
Roberto Soggetti left a comment for Gregor Theelen
"thank you, Gregor! I'm going to listen to your music as soon as possible, I'm right in the middle of an urgent commission now...
Roberto"
Jul 12, 2011
Roberto Soggetti left a comment for Jared Banta
"thanks Jared, see you around here..."
Jan 6, 2011
Roberto Soggetti left a comment for Jared Banta
"Liked all of your tracks, specially the Prelude for orchestra ...
 
Roberto"
Jan 4, 2011
Roberto Soggetti left a comment for Charles Coleman
"very happy you joined, Charles! Excellent music! My kind"
Oct 18, 2010
Roberto Soggetti replied to Mike's discussion updated - Cascade Falls - My first song written entirely on piano
"Really enjoyed this, Mike! What I find remarkable is the ability to sustain interest using just the white keys throughout the piece, very well done!
thanks for posting

Roberto"
Oct 18, 2010
Roberto Soggetti replied to Henri Vartio's discussion How to build "non tonal" harmonies?
"Tombo Rombo said:That sounded cool Roberto! I think the hardest thing to do when writing atonal music is to bring it to a convincing close. A V-I cadence is sort of like "and they all lived happily ever after, the end." When you take that away you…"
Oct 15, 2010
Roberto Soggetti replied to Henri Vartio's discussion How to build "non tonal" harmonies?
"Greg Brus said:Roberto Soggetti said:point 2 is serial composing, but it took too long to write point 1 so I have to procrastinate it until next time! :)



I consider serialism to be kind of a science exercise rather than a technique composer could…"
Oct 15, 2010
Roberto Soggetti replied to Henri Vartio's discussion How to build "non tonal" harmonies?
"I would suggest two approaches:
1) get to know very well what jazz players call the "dimished scale". It's a scale built alternating a whole tone and a half tone. Oliver Messiaen classified it among his "limited transposition modes" in that it can…"
Oct 15, 2010
Roberto Soggetti replied to Henri Vartio's discussion Overview of my music... Mostly orchestral and such.
"very nice music, Henri, considering your age it's not difficult to see that you have brilliant chances ahead...
on a side note, you have a great piano sound, may I ask you what piano is it? Real or sampled? Thanks for sharing,

Roberto"
Oct 13, 2010
Roberto Soggetti left a comment for James Semple
"thanks James for the welcome! As soon as I learn how it works I'll upload some music for sure"
Aug 12, 2010

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  • Wonderful Work
  • Much appreciated Roberto!
  • Thank you for the kind comments.

    I really enjoyed all of your music. "Ice on the Moon" is a particularly interesting piece, you did a nice job melding classical and jazz ideas and instruments together.

    See you around the forum! -J

  • Benvenutto Roberto!

    Nice to have you here. It would be great if you could load up some of your music on the player.

    cheers

    James
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