Steven Linden replied to Steven Linden's discussion String Quartet in C
"Thanks!  Glad you enjoyed it.
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Oct 13
Gerd Prengel replied to Steven Linden's discussion String Quartet in C
" Dear Steven, I very much enjoyed your quartett - especially the Adagio and the so much life and joy conveying Finale! Wow! "
Oct 13
Steven Linden replied to Steven Linden's discussion String Quartet in C
"Thank you!"
Oct 12
Valerio Dalla Ragione replied to Steven Linden's discussion String Quartet in C
"Your music never ceases to amaze me! Great job"
Oct 12
Steven Linden posted a discussion
This is a piece I've just finished, having worked on it in fits and starts for years.  It's mostly in a Baroque/Classical style, and part of the intention of it was to explore the incorporation of Baroque counterpoint into the Classical idiom, a la…
Oct 11
Steven Linden replied to Steven Linden's discussion Symphony in C major
"Thanks for listening!"
Aug 26
Rene Asologuitar replied to Steven Linden's discussion Symphony in C major
"Very nicely done.
Sounds very grand.
I love this music."
Aug 24
Steven Linden replied to Steven Linden's discussion Symphony in C major
"Thanks very much for taking the time to listen and for your comments!  I especially appreciate the point about NP making the triplet ostinato too loud in the second movement.  I'm starting to learn some of the extra manipulation of dynamics that's…"
Aug 24
David Owen replied to Steven Linden's discussion Symphony in C major
"another example of your talent for writing this sort of thing -- great fun! As with the G minor, the outer movements seem to be the strongest with so much rhythmical variety and infectious fun. There are certainly less interesting symphonies by…"
Aug 23
Steven Linden replied to Gabriel Kovalov's discussion Chamber orchestra - 4.4 minutes long.
"Perhaps I need to listen to it again, but I don't recall hearing the exact opening melody at the end, just the first three notes.  But maybe I'm mistaken, and if so, I apologize! 
Well, the amount of reverb in NP can be adjusted, so it's not so…"
Aug 21
Steven Linden posted a discussion
Since I got such useful feedback on the G minor symphony I posted a few weeks ago, I thought I'd share another somewhat old piece that I recently produced a decent-sounding version of using NotePerformer.  This one was finished around 2016.  Like…
Aug 20
Steven Linden replied to Gabriel Kovalov's discussion Chamber orchestra - 4.4 minutes long.
"I don't find it simplistic at all - on the contrary, I'd say if anything there are too many ideas here (most of them good ones!)  But as Ingo Lee noted, it does feel a little bit like talking to someone who keeps changing the subject.  I can…"
Aug 20
Steven Linden replied to Michael Bates's discussion Inca Panpipes
"Very nice.  It's quite a catchy tune - I can see why it would stick in your head for years!  It's very good sonically, as well - I'm curious whether this was done in a DAW or is a recording?  If the former, I'd love to know what you used, as it…"
Aug 20
David Owen replied to Steven Linden's discussion Symphony in G minor
"Listened to the entries from bar 116 and have to say I don't have a problem there -- the invention is actually quite striking. Just one thing I did find pretty odd though and that is the horn/bassoon harmony from bar 39-42 in the second movement. To…"
Aug 17
Steven Linden replied to Steven Linden's discussion Variations on a Theme from 'The Lady Vanishes'
"Thanks for listening!  Perhaps I will add a slow and tragic variation, and maybe remove var. IV if it seems overlong then. 
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Aug 16
David Owen replied to Steven Linden's discussion Variations on a Theme from 'The Lady Vanishes'
"I find variation IX absolutely fine and particularly like the one that immediately precedes it. Repeating the theme at the end also works fine here -- it's not the sort of piece that would benefit from a wild jubilant coda and I don't think you can…"
Aug 16
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