michael diemer replied to Matthew Brown's discussion ĒOSTRE (2021) by Matthew Brown
" I can't recall whether I've heard your work before, Matthew, but this is a real delight. Ingo's comment was interesting - he tohught it might be virtual! Usually, we make the opposite mistake. Anyway, I thought the writing reminiscint of organ…"
Jul 4
gregorio X replied to Matthew Brown's discussion ĒOSTRE (2021) by Matthew Brown
"Hi Mathew. This is wonderfully and expertly crafted. Great performance! Reminiscent of the neo-classical style.  Thoroughly enjoyed this!"
Jun 30
Matthew Brown replied to Matthew Brown's discussion ĒOSTRE (2021) by Matthew Brown
"Thank you!"
Jun 28
Matthew Brown replied to Matthew Brown's discussion ĒOSTRE (2021) by Matthew Brown
"Thank you!"
Jun 28
Matthew Brown replied to Matthew Brown's discussion ĒOSTRE (2021) by Matthew Brown
"Thank you very much!"
Jun 28
Matthew Brown replied to Matthew Brown's discussion ĒOSTRE (2021) by Matthew Brown
"Thank you! These were four live pro players in the Los Angeles area, all recording from their homes."
Jun 28
Kjell Prytz replied to Matthew Brown's discussion ĒOSTRE (2021) by Matthew Brown
"Nice piece, well structured although being an improvisation. It feels like a long crescendo, like Bolero. Much appreciated.
/Kjell"
Jun 28
Ingo Lee replied to Matthew Brown's discussion ĒOSTRE (2021) by Matthew Brown
"Great rhythmic drive and melodic content here Matthew and nice counterpoint as well, I enjoyed this!  Also good use of dynamics, the precision makes me think this is virtual, may I ask what library you are using?"
Jun 27
Ali Riza SARAL replied to Matthew Brown's discussion ĒOSTRE (2021) by Matthew Brown
"Hi Matthew,
I liked the dinamism, perpetum mobile, and the ending.
The brass writing is skillful.  I have to note this as a reminder for myself.
Thank you very much for sharing the score.
I appreciate your sharing this work.
Al"
Jun 27
Dane Aubrun replied to Matthew Brown's discussion ĒOSTRE (2021) by Matthew Brown
"Accomplished. Energetic, surging forward and a very good, climatic ending.
It would make a great 'prelude' to a brass concert."
Jun 26
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Here's an improvisation that turned into a short fanfare for antiphonal double brass quintet:—MB
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Timothy Smith replied to Matthew Brown's discussion “Hand in Hand at the Edge of the Sky” for chamber ensemble (2014), by Matthew Brown
"Nice to meet you here Matthew.
I can tell from reading the description that this music was or still is very close to you. I hope you have either moved past missing the woman or have found a way to constructively deal with such a tragic loss.
Some…"
Jan 14, 2020
Jan-Frederik Carl replied to Matthew Brown's discussion “Hand in Hand at the Edge of the Sky” for chamber ensemble (2014), by Matthew Brown
"A great piece of work. You have modeled your journey very well - with lovely music - and it is a pity I cannot fully retrace it as I have never been to the place. Some parts feel as if your view impressions mix up with emotions and, perhaps, hopes…"
Jan 13, 2020
Tyler Hughes replied to Matthew Brown's discussion Three Bagatelles for Wind Quintet (movement three)
"Again another great piece, however I felt as if their should have been another movement after this one. The third movement was so heavy I think it needs another one to lighten it up. This did have all the characteristics of a third movement of a…"
Aug 29, 2009
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  • Hello Matt, I listened to your "O magnum mysterium" it sounds very well, but I here in each bar the great examples of Messiaen and a little bit Poulenc, I´m now listenig in your "Sublunary" it´s more an individual style, I like it much more. Later I will listen to the other pieces.
  • Hey Matt, great work! I'm pretty sure you're not using samples to produce the music you have on your page, but if you are, please share them xD. Anyway, I really enjoyed O Ecclesia and Sweet was the Song. All the others are great too!

    Keep up the good work,
    -Steve
  • Hey Matt! It's great to hear your music! Welcome to the Composer's Forum!
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