Hi Mark, just listened to Spring Time, in the depths of another frigid Maine Winter. It does have a nice, light Springtime feel to it, which gives me a bit of hope as I wait for actual Spring to get here (which will be toward the end of April).
Thanx for your comments as well Mark. The Way We Were is actually written as the Main Theme for a series Im doing about Canada's involvement in Italy during WW2, so I see where you hear that "epicness" about it like TItanic. Good luck with your coarse. I studied music in college and majored in performance (electric guitar...I like my JAzz!) and Composition. But I was fortunate that there is a really good film program at thaschool, so I was able to score several films, Good practice. I should find some of that stuff and post it. ANyway, thanx again...
I agree with Fredrick, and I personally feel that a strong melody is key.
Musical fashions come and go but at the end of the day we all love a compelling tune to get stuck in our heads.
Bravo mate and keep up the good work ;)
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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Film, Television, Web, Multimedia, Orchestra
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Classical / Film Music / Progressive Metal
Is music your main income source?
No - Not Yet
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I have grown up playing music. I started at age 6 on the Piano playing classical stuff. Then switched to Hard Rock / Metal type guitar in my teens, which I'm still doing some, but now I find my self having come full circle and am very passionate about classical orchestra music again. Film Music especially! I think it's more passionate because it has to stir up emotions in people as they watch the film.