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    Here is a new ditty I was working on



    Another update this this one.




    Tweaked the accompaniment on this one as well

    Last edited by Phil loves classical; Sep-27-2018 at 03:37.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Here is a new ditty I was working on



    Another update this this one.




    Tweaked the accompaniment on this one as well

    You are proving to be quite diverse in your composition! I enjoyed the Etude and Summer Prelude quite a bit. I found the first one a bit cliche, I felt like I've heard that piece a million times before in Chinese Culture.
    Last edited by Captainnumber36; Sep-27-2018 at 19:40.

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    Here is a new little thing I finished.


    Last edited by Phil loves classical; Oct-01-2018 at 00:47.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Here is a new little thing I finished.

    That's really hip and happenin'! It sounds like the love child of Schoenberg and Gershwin, with a slight affair with Rachmaninoff.

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    Here is an obvious Debussian-style type of piece.

    "Forgive me, Majesty. I'm a vulgar man. But I assure you, my music is not.“ Mozart

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    Here is an updated version with a more upbeat middle section
    Last edited by Phil loves classical; Oct-21-2018 at 16:43.
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    Honestly speaking this is a better composition I listened here in academic style. seems to me it is very simple to make a thing which placed in "no human soul feeling rules" place. But there is harmony compromiss between dissonancess and "human soul feeling" in this composition I like it. Maybe I would like to heard some more prcussions envolving. I felt something like of this., but in general I like it.
    Also I'd like to say that debussi here only as influent, just as traits. but there is (I believe) others traits . and in a fact it is yours.
    Last edited by ollv; Oct-25-2018 at 21:21.

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    here : in today composers.

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    Here is an updated version of this piece. Fixed up some articulations and the orchestration in spots.

    "Forgive me, Majesty. I'm a vulgar man. But I assure you, my music is not.“ Mozart

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Here is an updated version of this piece. Fixed up some articulations and the orchestration in spots.

    Very proper I find it, enjoyable! Your totally always out of your own box, which is impressive.

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    And it's actually a longer work, congrats on that too.

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    Here is a new piece. 12-tone but not strictly by the rules except for one part in the middle I used Webern's mirror technique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Here is a new piece. 12-tone but not strictly by the rules except for one part in the middle I used Webern's mirror technique.

    I think I'm not big on atonal.

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    I like atonal, but I am not familiar with theoretical question about it. I would like to realize what does it mean theoretical question in music. I am sure that it is bit differences with math theory, because it is not deterministic question, we are unable to provide theory for write music.
    Maybe we able to recognize is it atonal or no, but I do not believe to atonal only for atonal, ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ollv View Post
    I like atonal, but I am not familiar with theoretical question about it. I would like to realize what does it mean theoretical question in music. I am sure that it is bit differences with math theory, because it is not deterministic question, we are unable to provide theory for write music.
    Maybe we able to recognize is it atonal or no, but I do not believe to atonal only for atonal, ..
    There is nothing mathematical in atonal music, no matter what some atonalists may claim, at least the mathematics behind is unintelligible to the ear. It is really just unconventional combinations of sounds arranged in recognizable forms in the case of Schoenberg. With Webern there are some geometrical transformations which you can hear, like imitation, reflections.
    "Forgive me, Majesty. I'm a vulgar man. But I assure you, my music is not.“ Mozart

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