Dane Aubrun replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Addie Bundren for Solo Bassoon
"It could be, as he mentioned in previous replies that he doesn't have internet access outside of university. His town is in the interior. At first I thought it was a small place but I see it has a population of almost a million. Even so it could be…"
Oct 4
Victor Eijkhout replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Addie Bundren for Solo Bassoon
"Say, how about you reply to some other people's pieces too?"
Oct 3
Dane Aubrun replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Addie Bundren for Solo Bassoon
"Well, I found it a perfectly wonderful piece.
IHaving written several 'soliloquies' along similar lines it's no way alien to me.   I didn't look for any serial stuff except it doesn't appear to be obvious in the work. I particularly noticed the lack…"
Sep 18
Vinicius Bandeira posted a discussion
I wrote this piece some time ago, but only posted this weekHope y'all enjoyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bo7vohb5iVA
Sep 15
Liz Atems replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Ça a été
"My impression is similar to Timothy's.... I perceived hints of structure throughout but they only seemed to coalesce starting around the 9 minute mark, or shortly before that. I will disclaim though, that I do not listen to much purely electronic…"
Mar 12, 2020
Timothy Smith replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Ça a été
"To my ears this sounds like electronic sounds which I found to have more percussive structure in the beginning.  The only time I pick up on a musical like structure is around the 9:02 mark. The rest of it seems like some kind of long introduction…"
Mar 12, 2020
Gavin Brown replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Ça a été
"Thanks Vinicius"
Mar 12, 2020
Vinicius Bandeira replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Ça a été
"I can't reply a lot because I only have internet access when I am at the University. I don't have internet at home."
Mar 11, 2020
Vinicius Bandeira replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Ça a été
"This piece is supposed to have a non-linear form, each moment is independent and self-contained. The name "Ca à été" comes from a book by Roland Barthes "Camera Lucida: Reflection on Photography", and means "this has been". To Barthes the…"
Mar 11, 2020
Gavin Brown replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Ça a été
"Hi Vinicius,
You now have three replies on your post. That means that 3 people paid you the courtesy of listening to your music and offering commentary on it. Kindly consider replying to those who gave you their valuable time, even if you disagree…"
Mar 10, 2020
Victor Eijkhout replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Ça a été
"I'm with Dane on this one. The random sounds in the beginning are intriguing, but then the piano changes the character and that stays too long. After that you have a straight-up pad sound that is completely incongruous, and then it devolves into…"
Mar 9, 2020
Dane Aubrun replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Ça a été
"Well, firstly, congratulations on putting a work of this length together.
I listened to a few minutes. An interesting piece.  It threw my memory back to Pierre Henry and Schaeffer of Concrète fame. It’s also a genre in which I’ve experimented with…"
Mar 9, 2020
Gavin Brown replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Ça a été
"Hi Vinicius,
As a tonal traditional composer who works with notation software and writes for acoustic instruments, I don't have a frame of reference to understand your piece. Can you provide a bit of an explanation as to what you are doing with this…"
Mar 7, 2020
Timothy Smith replied to Vinicius Bandeira's discussion Cancelli dell'Inferno
" Is the opening sound water? This is what it sounds like to me which seems odd for music with a H##l theme. When I seen the waveform on soundcloud I quickly set my volume down. The mix is way hot ( no pun intended ). 
I mean, I would rather be in a…"
Feb 24, 2020

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