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A theme with no name

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marcel Müller Jun 9. 3 Replies

I have just finished this piece and wanted to share it with you guys/gals for feedback.Before I started writing this piece I was thinking hard about the theme and emotions for the piece.I have no…Continue

Lullaby

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marcel Müller May 16. 5 Replies

Hi there guys. This is the first piece I would like to share with you.It's kinda like a Waltz I guess. It is very repetitive and the Piano is very boring.I definitely need to make a few changes.It…Continue

Help choosing an orchestration/instrumentation book.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dane Aubrun Apr 11. 7 Replies

Hi there, I just got paid and wanted to invest some money in books for orchestration/instrumentation.The trouble I have is that there are a lot of good books out there and I can't decide which one to…Continue

Hey there!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marcel Müller Mar 22. 4 Replies

My name is Marcel and I just joined this forum to learn more about music.I used to study music but had to make a break for economic reasons.My main instrument is the guitar.I compose a bit of music…Continue

 

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Marcel Müller replied to Lucas Oliveira Krumenaur's discussion Hi, new here!
"Hi there. Welcome to the community :)"
Jun 14
Marcel Müller replied to Marcel Müller's discussion A theme with no name
"Thanks for the feedback guys. About the tempo, you are right. I made it a bit faster and it sounds better that way.I do need to add some more color because since there is so much repetition in it. Gotta figure out what to add or change for that. I…"
Jun 9
Dane Aubrun replied to Marcel Müller's discussion A theme with no name
"It isn't a long work so its repetitive nature is fine. You introduce enough thematic variation to carry it through without losing interest. It's a quiet work, most pleasant to listen to. (Mike Nyman wrote far longer works under his…"
Jun 3
Gav Brown replied to Marcel Müller's discussion A theme with no name
"Hi Marcel, I can hear the Barry influence. There's nothing wrong with your theme here, except that it struck me as a little slow, would suggest a slight uptick in tempo (1-5%), but of course that is a matter of personal taste. I would say m. 18…"
Jun 2
Marcel Müller posted a discussion

A theme with no name

I have just finished this piece and wanted to share it with you guys/gals for feedback.Before I started writing this piece I was thinking hard about the theme and emotions for the piece.I have no idea what theme I actually went with at the end but the emotions I wanted were uplifting and calm..., I guess balanced. Pretty hard for me to explain but I hope it makes a little bit of sense.I was listening to some John Barry for some inspiration since I remember a certain feeling I used to have when…See More
Jun 2
Marcel Müller replied to Marcel Müller's discussion Lullaby
"Thanks for the nice comments guys. It really motivates me to read your comments and see all the possibilities that I have for this piece and how I can improve on it. I am definitely going to continue working on it. I will play around with some…"
May 16
Kjell Prytz replied to Marcel Müller's discussion Lullaby
"I certainly do not get to sleep when listening to this music. It is interesting and engaging, there are small events happening all the way. I like it a lot. Well done, Marcel. Kjell"
May 16
Dane Aubrun replied to Marcel Müller's discussion Lullaby
"I was about to pop off to slumberland and decided to try it out. As others have said - it's pleasant, soothing and dare I say it? Soporific. So it works. But it left me awake enough to pass a comment.  Very nice.  "
May 11
Islam Y.Omari replied to Marcel Müller's discussion Lullaby
"I totally agree with michael, I second what he said, I think this has integrity, I think it is boring in a good sense, not that kind of sense that urge you to stop listening to the piece, all it needs is some thoughtful elaboration as michael said,…"
May 11
michael diemer replied to Marcel Müller's discussion Lullaby
"Well, I don't feel it is very waltz-like. It's in 3/4 time, but that doesn't make it a waltz. Waltzes have a characteristic rhythmic feel to them, a kind of impelling of the dancer forward. As well as a certain swing. It is a dance…"
May 10
Marcel Müller posted a discussion

Lullaby

Hi there guys. This is the first piece I would like to share with you.It's kinda like a Waltz I guess. It is very repetitive and the Piano is very boring.I definitely need to make a few changes.It would be great to read what you guys think about this.Thanks for listening.https://soundcloud.com/user-747293298/lullaby/s-ABORgPS:I got the sheet music here as well for you guys.See More
May 2
Dane Aubrun replied to Marcel Müller's discussion Help choosing an orchestration/instrumentation book.
"^^^ Yes, Jon, a disgusting swindle and pricey considering it's a book that's been around for quite some time. I saw this book a while ago. It's quite good but it won't magically make anyone a wonderful orchestrator. It does seem…"
Apr 11
Jon Corelis replied to Marcel Müller's discussion Help choosing an orchestration/instrumentation book.
"One reason I was willing to pay for the extremely expensive book The Study of Orchestration (Fourth Edition) by Samuel Adler was that the ad for it on amazon promised that "The Fourth Edition invites students to experience the instruments…"
Apr 11
Jon Corelis replied to Marcel Müller's discussion Help choosing an orchestration/instrumentation book.
"Compact and basic but useful (and cheap) is Essential Dictionary of Orchestration: The Most Practical and Comprehensive Resource for Composers, Arrangers and Orchestrators (Essential Dictionary Series) by Dave Black. "
Apr 6
Marcel Müller replied to Marcel Müller's discussion Help choosing an orchestration/instrumentation book.
"Sorry for replying so late. Unfortunately I had a quite a busy week this time. First of all I want to thank you guys for giving me suggestions on which books I could buy.I heard a lot about Samuel Adler's book and will most probably purchase…"
Apr 5
Colin Dougall replied to Marcel Müller's discussion Help choosing an orchestration/instrumentation book.
"Alfred Blatter - Instrumentation & Orchestration. Samuel Adler - Study of Orchestration. A bit expensive though. Tons of stuff on You Tube for free! Cheers, Colin"
Mar 30

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Film music
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Austria
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.
My name is Marcel, am 30 years old and I live in Austria.
I am currently working a part time job to save money to continue studying music composition.

I have not published any music or worked professionally in the music business.

The compositions I write are private although, I sometimes share them with friends, musicians or other composers for feedback.

I have played in bands and also with the orchestra where I used to study in as a guitar player.
Musicals are my favorites when it comes to playing with bigger groups. The once I have played until now are Little Shop of Horror and Le Notre Dame De Paris.

You may ask what I am doing here, since I am not a professional composer. I came here to interact with other composers and maybe learn a few things to improve my knowledge of music theory, instrumentation, orchestration, counterpoint and others.

I am excited to read the posts.

PS: This is the first music forum I join so please don't hesitate to let me know if I am doing something wrong. Thanks :)

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At 5:13pm on March 20, 2019, Gav Brown said…

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