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Ceneri (Ashes)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fabio Biolcati yesterday. 4 Replies

Hi All.I wish to share with you this short composition for organ.The title, “Ceneri”, stands for “Ashes” in Italian. Consider it as a sort of musical introitus to a Requiem Mass.I wrote this for very…Continue

Whole Tone Poem. Interlude for Orchestra

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fabio Biolcati 4 hours ago. 9 Replies

Hi All.I wish to share with you this orchestral interlude.Written in March 2020, I rescued it from dust while taking a rest from finalizing my entry to Forum's contest.It's raw mix from notation…Continue

Redress. After Seamus Heaney

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fabio Biolcati Mar 26. 5 Replies

Hi Fellow Composers.I wish to submit one of my early works (a few, actually) wrote under the influence of reading an essay of late Irish nobel Prize Seamus Heaney about Shakespeare's "Tempest".Hope…Continue

Exponential Audio Phoenix Verb on Sale

Started this discussion. Last reply by Timothy Smith May 19. 1 Reply

Hi All.On my Birthday, here's a little gift for you, Fellow Composers.Just received an email from a plugin distribution company reporting PhoenixVerb from Exponential Audio is on sale at a mere 10€;…Continue

 

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Fabio Biolcati replied to Gerd Prengel's discussion String Quartett No.2 in f-minor - I. Allegro moderato
"Interesting work, Gerd. Judging from such a hors d'oeuvre, the whole looks promising. Best"
4 hours ago
Fabio Biolcati replied to Fabio Biolcati's discussion Whole Tone Poem. Interlude for Orchestra
"Thank you, Jan-Frederik, glad you enjoyed it. Whole tones are scattered here and there, often alternating between white and black keys series —in my personal lingo— the former starting from C (or any whole tone from there), the latter…"
4 hours ago
Jan-Frederik Carl replied to Fabio Biolcati's discussion Whole Tone Poem. Interlude for Orchestra
"I did not hear the whole tone scales, probably due to lack of musical training. Very nice piece indeed. Jan"
11 hours ago
Fabio Biolcati replied to Saul Gefen's discussion Concerto for Strings In A major
"WO W ! This is one of the most beautiful and interesting piece of music I listened from a long time. Must dig into the rest of the series…"
yesterday
Fabio Biolcati replied to Fabio Biolcati's discussion Ceneri (Ashes)
"Thank you, Jos."
yesterday
Jos Wylin replied to Fabio Biolcati's discussion Ceneri (Ashes)
"Hi Fabio, Nice to hear a 'different', more contemplative Fabio this time. Fine playing and organ sound. Well done! Jos"
yesterday
Jos Wylin replied to Fabio Biolcati's discussion Whole Tone Poem. Interlude for Orchestra
"Hi Fabio, Very well done indeed. Nice setting and good orchestration. A pity that it ends so soon. You mentioned your reasons for this, but it could go on quite a while longer... Jos"
yesterday
Fabio Biolcati replied to Gav Brown's discussion Orchid for piano, Rock drums, and small orchestra
"One more thought. Instruments from the rock world has generally a strong bias on classical works (I'm speaking of art music, not string sections added to songs); drums in particular has great attraction for everything around. Most of the times,…"
Monday
Fabio Biolcati replied to Fabio Biolcati's discussion Whole Tone Poem. Interlude for Orchestra
"Hi Kjell. I'm glad you enjoyed my work. In this case, I'm not going to extend this one. It was meant as an aid to break writer's block and find hard to resume the same feeling. I listened to a longer former version lying somewhere on…"
Sunday
Fabio Biolcati replied to Fabio Biolcati's discussion Ceneri (Ashes)
"Hi Kjell. Thank you for listening and commenting. Let me apologize for delayed reply. I'm glad you find it promising, and, yes, I'm planning to build on it a “Mass-like” piece that shall include vocals. For the moment, I offer…"
Sunday
Fabio Biolcati replied to Gav Brown's discussion Orchid for piano, Rock drums, and small orchestra
"Quite interesting, Gav. Integrating instruments from rock into orchestral/chamber ensembles has been always hard, even in the other way around. You did a really good, not trivial, job here. I enjoyed listening to it. Best"
Sunday
Kjell Prytz replied to Fabio Biolcati's discussion Whole Tone Poem. Interlude for Orchestra
"Very nice, beautiful sound picture. There are strong emotions in the music, it feels deep inside. And when it gets most exciting it suddenly stops. Planning a continuation? I join the previous commentators in this wish. Thank you very much. Kjell"
Nov 14
Kjell Prytz replied to Fabio Biolcati's discussion Ceneri (Ashes)
"Hi Fabio, a most appealing piece. I wish it could have been a bit longer. It promises a lot. I guess some vocals would follow. I start to imagine the continuation. /Kjell"
Nov 14
Fabio Biolcati posted a discussion

Ceneri (Ashes)

Hi All.I wish to share with you this short composition for organ.The title, “Ceneri”, stands for “Ashes” in Italian. Consider it as a sort of musical introitus to a Requiem Mass.I wrote this for very personal scope and got inspiration from the according chapter of “Von heiligen Zeichen”, a book by German theologist Romano Guardini (1885-1968).Comments are welcome.Best“Ceneri”Edit: I updated the file to a more intimate and…See More
Nov 14
Fabio Biolcati replied to Heyoka's discussion Exploring Virtual Instruments and Plugins in 2020
"Hi Heyoka. I don't have direct experience for most of the products in your list, still I will be pleased to throw my 2 cents in the can. Demoed Arturia V once. Impressive collection. To me it lacks some overall punch (IK's Syntronik really…"
Nov 13
Fabio Biolcati replied to Fabio Biolcati's discussion Whole Tone Poem. Interlude for Orchestra
"Hi Dane. Glad you liked it. I wrote it just to climb over "writer's block" You're right, there's a second theme there, coming from sketches of a larger piece I'm carving at for years, so I wanted to give it a chance in…"
Nov 7

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Songs
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Classical, some rock
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Milan, Italy
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.
Formerly a jazz/rock keyboard player, went back to music in a active role as an amateur composer, after a >20 years hiatus, developing an interest in North-European composers.
At the moment I'm involved in two rock band and into a hard-prog project with orchestral infusions.

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At 4:52am on March 12, 2020, Alex Bratkov said…

Hi, Fabio. I'm glad to be here!

At 11:19am on February 9, 2020, Jos Wylin said…

Hi Fabio,

Glad to welcome you here my old friend. Hopefully we can share our music soon!

Jos

At 10:52am on February 9, 2020, Gav Brown said…

Welcome Fabio!

 
 
 

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