Music Composers Unite!
Hi, everyone--I hope the New Year is going really good for you and yours so far :)
If you have a chance, there's a blog post about my composing entitled "Conversation with Composer Bob Morabito" that you hopefully might find interesting:…Continue
"Reincarnation of a Lovebird," in section B, the changes go like this:
B-9 Eb13 G#7(#9) C#+7 F#m(M7) (The piece is in F#m)
The first change is very strange.
To see this in black and white, transpose to Am and the B-9 to Eb13 becomes:
D-9 to Gb13
First listen to it. It works. It seems to pivot on the E (Fb). (D-7 is much weaker to my ear)
(You can even reduce the chords to D/F/E (R,3,9) to Fb/Bb/Eb (7,3,13) and it still works)
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Hi, this is my first post, I'm music composition student. Hello everyone.
I'm searching for books about neoclassical music harmony. I know there are big differences for every neoclassical composer, but am trying to understand neoclassical music and write my own piece. Up until now I have only read on the piano and analyzed some of the most famous pieces, but It would be very useful to have a guide. I'm also interested in music analysis books if there are any.
Thank you for…Continue
I deleted a couple of things on my SoundCloud, so I could fit on my piano concerto "Chaos". It's not like a normal concerto where it battles with the orchestra. Here it is the engine of the orchestra. It wasn't originally a concerto, but the piano part became so important that I needed to give it solo billing. This is a midi (NotePerformer) version. I've had to approximate some of the free sections and fake the key clicks, but otherwise it is pretty accurate. …Continue
Added by Stephen Ferre on October 19, 2018 at 11:01am — No Comments
This is a piece I wrote for a film in a film scoring class I took at Berkley School of Music.
I've recently revised (again) my Water entry for the last contest, The Black Pool. Some were disappointed by the ending, and so was I, so I've hopefully made it more interesting. It's also a better playback medium. https://soundcloud.com/sferre701/the-black-pool-1
I'm also hoping to post my piano concerto, Chaos, as soon as I can free up a little more space on SoundCloud.
Added by Stephen Ferre on September 28, 2018 at 9:58am — No Comments
I've created a realization of my Symphony No 3 using NotePerformer3, and have uploaded it to SoundCloud for a limited time, since it is 27 min long and is hogging space. If anyone wants to see a score, just ask.
**please listen with headphones—THANK YOU for listening!**
I would like to sincerely thank all those who were kind enough to ask about me during my absence from…Continue
Following a conversation with my students this week about how they see themselves as composers, we discussed who their perfect combination of three composers would be. As this is very personal and subjective, I would be intrigued to know what you think so I could possibly add this to our discussion this week. You may have a more balanced view than myself or students.
Mine would be: John Cage for appreciation of sound for sounds sake, Beethoven for…Continue
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EDELTRAUD 3: THE PSYCHOBITCH=>BIG SOUTH WEATHER 2 =>EN PLO 2013/1=>LATENT PERCEPTION…
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LEMONIA => SUMMER BLAST 1 => ALL THAT BLUE…
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We would like to share this new piece by Elvira Muratore: "Alias: Narcissus"
The piece, written for viola d'amore, clarinet and string orchestra. has been performed by Thessaloniky City Symphony Orchestra in Megaron Concert Hall on November 8 2018.
The soloists where Valerio Losito (Viola d'amore) and Odysseas Karidis…Continue
Added by Artes Italia on February 8, 2018 at 4:48am — No Comments
Just to introduce myself: I have been writing music since I was seven - drawing my own staff on paper to try to record my fiddling on the piano. My "audience" was impressed at how straight the lines were. [sigh]
I play the piano, but read music like a first-grader reads writing - so I have to memorize the song then bring it up to speed. Learned basic music theory on my dad's electronic organ (what with chords and the "pointer system") And I composed a number of pieces - including our…Continue
The organization I founded in 2007 promotes women composers. We have released six CDs of women's music. See them at http://wijsf.com/compcds.htm
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