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Marche des Canoniers

Started Apr 11 0 Replies

Hi all,Again an older piece, but it's some kind of world premiere. This march was found in a booklet in the Flemish archives. It was composed by Georg Christoph Wagenseil, an 18th century composer,…Continue

Tags: live, March, Compagnie, Kleine, de

Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ingo Lee Mar 7. 16 Replies

Hi all,After a computer failure, I could finally complete the second part of my trio for flute, viola and cello. Like the first part, it has a color in the title, but it also refers to a…Continue

6 Whole Tones of Blue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jos Wylin Feb 11. 6 Replies

Hi all,Here's my submission for this year's contest. (For the forum members who were not aware of the contest and the submitted pieces.)The title is a little mysterious, but the listen will explain…Continue

Tags: trio, music, chamber

Reflections in a Moonlit Night

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jos Wylin Jan 15. 5 Replies

Here is an older work in a new mix. The word "reflections" has a double meaning: mirror image and deep thoughts (here during the night). It's a philosophical septet for 2 violins, viola, cello,…Continue

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Marche des Canoniers

Hi all,Again an older piece, but it's some kind of world premiere. This march was found in a booklet in the Flemish archives. It was composed by Georg Christoph Wagenseil, an 18th century composer, working at the court of the Austrian empress Maria Theresia. The march itself was totally unknown and presented only the melody line in handwriting. So a new arrangement had to be made. It was recorded live by De Kleine Compagnie for the Belgian National Broadcast Corporation.…See More
Apr 11
Ingo Lee replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"Yes I use keyswitches in Reaper as you say Dane. I start with Sibelius and NotePerformer which helps me get orchestration ideas which I am now trying to refine with VSL. So pastels eh, you're giving away your secrets here, is there an app for…"
Mar 7
Kjell Prytz replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"A very fine piece, full of life and happiness. I feel the novelty created within the unusual scale. I think I have tried it myself once. It was a pleasure to listen, Jos. /Kjell"
Mar 7
Dane Aubrun replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"Hi jos, Yes, I work the other way round from you - I put the music together in the daw, leave it for a few weeks, review it and if satisfied pass it over to notation software which I regard as codes for other musicians to do whatever they choose to…"
Mar 7
Jos Wylin replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
Mar 7
Jos Wylin replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"@ Ingo: Actually, I don't work the way you suggest. Like an old school composer, I always start with a detailed written score (in my notation program Notion or in the future Dorico). From there I report all the input to my DAW (Studio One Pro),…"
Mar 7
Ingo Lee replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"Dane now I've got to turn up the heater and just strum my guitar nondigitally :)  When you have time to update us on your notation adventures we're interested. And VSL says that Dorico can set articulations in Synchron automatically?…"
Mar 7
Dane Aubrun replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"Excuse the interjection here, please, gentlemen, merely I have a few moments before going out into the arctic wastes of southern England for shopping before returning to the arctic wastes of notation software....just loving it like I love a decent…"
Mar 7
Ingo Lee replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"So Jos if I understand correctly, you have a separate track on your DAW, (Reaper in my case) for each instrument or ensemble patch; and so each track has an instance of the VSL player with settings for that patch.  And then do you also have an…"
Mar 6
Jos Wylin replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"Hi Ingo, I forgot a couples of things which might be important: the choice of the best patches for an articulation (which is not always what the patches' name indicates) a good balance and panning (think of a live concert: even when you are…"
Mar 6
Ingo Lee replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"I misspoke about my use of reverb Jos, currently I'm using only the EW Spaces IR plugin on the master buss in Reaper. I don't care for reverb and I try and use it sparingly but many listeners seem to expect a large amount of it. I suppose…"
Mar 6
Jos Wylin replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"Hi Ingo, You're welcome. The first thing you should do is listening to good music (the kind you would want to produce) with a critical and analytic mind. This should provide you some answers: how do the instruments sound, how do they play, how…"
Mar 6
Ingo Lee replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"Thank you Jos for your discussion here, it helps me to understand the use of samples. I will have to spend more time to understand what is available from VSL and the use of samples in general. To this point I have used keyswitches to access…"
Mar 5
Jos Wylin replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"Hi Ingo, Thanks for listening and commenting. I use the VI pro player and for larger scores the VE Pro (which is not a player, but a well equipped mixer) to save CPU. VE Pro can work as a separate server, keeping the CPU load away from the normal…"
Mar 5
Ingo Lee replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"This is a beautiful traditional sounding short piece Jos and very enjoyable to listen to. Your trio sound is well arranged and your handling of the instruments is realistic to the point I wouldn't question it if you said that this was a live…"
Mar 4
Jos Wylin replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"Thanks, James. I really appreciate your comment! The toughest part of the realistic sound is always the 'longer' notes, the slow passages, the legatos and slurs. Short notes with distinct attacks are in fact pretty simple. That's why…"
Mar 4

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Choir, Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Big Ensemble, Songs
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Baroque and Classical
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Belgium
About Me (Must include at least one paragraph of biographical information about you as a composer) - blank or minimal answers on this line will cause your request to be rejected. Include a link to your website if you have one.
I've been composing since I was 10. I had an education as teacher of music and I functioned in high school as teacher general musical practice, musical history and analysis. My second diploma was teacher Germanic languages (Dutch/English/German). I was the musical leader of a chamber orchestra during more than 20 years, with which we did a number of recordings (CD, radio, television). My interests in music can be situated mainly in the field of baroque, classical, early romanticism and genuine folk music, although I sometimes write more modern scores (but not contemporary music).

My musical examples are: Jean-Philippe Rameau, Georg Philip Telemann, Josef Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Richard Strauss.

My musical preferences: baroque and classical music, early romanticism, genuine folk music.

Genres: 17th, 18th and 19th century dance music.

Genres written so far: concerto, fantasy, overture, suite, symphonic poem, rhapsody, chamber music, songs, music for a stage play, ballet, folk dances

Further: many arrangements for small groups (classical and folk)
Website:
http://www.joswyl.be

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At 8:45am on February 14, 2020, Kjell Prytz said…

Hi Jos,

now we are better friends than ever.

Did you post a contribution to the Dance Contest? Your Ballet may be a contender.

Cheers,

Kjell

At 12:35pm on February 8, 2020, Gav Brown said…

Hope you enjoy your time here, it is a nice place!

At 11:40pm on February 7, 2020, Phillip Lovgren said…

Hi Jos,

It’s fastlane(Phil) from the defunct Garritan forum. I’m glad to see you on here. I became a member years ago but I haven’t been active for some time.  The prodigal son returns I guess. :)

At 9:11am on February 7, 2020, Gav Brown said…

Welcome Jos!

 
 
 

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