Hi dear all... If you're looking for new symphonic music for your concert programmes, please consider my playlist with recent works : still to be premiered with real orchestra's.
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Greetings Fellow Classical Music Lovers,
I have been spending time reading the excellent posts and enjoying the (sometimes) spirited discussion for some time and thought it might be time to introduce myself.
I compose and produce music under the moniker, Dr G. The journey started in 2002, and...
I've been looking for a piano piece for a while now, I listened to it once on YouTube some years ago but I can't find it back.
It's a "simple" repetitive piano piece, it starts with a pattern, repeated a certain amount of time, then, a note is added on this pattern, which is now...
From September 30 to October 9, 2022, a MolOt seminar for young composers will be held in St. Petersburg on the basis of the Lermontov ICBS - "Open Workshops" (99 Ligovsky Ave.), tutors at 1 Lermontovsky Ave.
As professors invited to the seminar:
Svetlana Lavrova (1970) -...
I was always deeply inspired by sacral music and I wanted to make what many composers did, and even composers today do: musical setting of Stabat Mater, famous medieval chant ( musical famous settings by Pergolesi, Vivaldi, Dvorak, Haydn).
I composed 9 movements some years ago...
Does anybody know of some interesting neo-classical composers who recently composed piano concertos? I'd like to listen them on Spotify. For now I am aware only of one person who created 2 neo-baroque piano concertos this year (Valentin Saric). Lovely, but I'd like to hear more neo-classical...
My name is Jérémie Lhomme. I am pretty new here but, so far, I had a great time exchanging with everyone. There aren't many people interested in classical music around me so...
Anyway, I would like to share some of my work with you. :)
This is the first video where I actually talk to...
A bid morbid in these times, I know, but do you know any anecdotes about composers/musicians who died in a remarkable way?
For example Prokofiev who died on the same day as Stalin, and Lully who hit his foot with his conducting staff.
I'm excited to announce the release of my first album titled "Walk With Me". I invite you to come alongside for this instrumental adventure. Although there are no lyrics this album has much to say. I hope it can speak to you in a universal language spoken by all nations.
I have a...
Dual list/poll thread.
My List (REVISED)
Paco de Lucía
James Blood Ulmer
I am a 23 year old mechanical engineer and I have just joined the forum. I have a keen interest in classical music, I particularly like the violin. It may be because I have been playing the guitar all my life but I do think Violin is the best sounding instrument on Earth and the second...
Pandolfi Mealli, Giovanni (1629-1679) - Violin Sonatas - Manze, Egarr, Jacobs - 2006
We knew very little about Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi Mealli, even though the curiosity was always enormous after knowing the already mythical myriad and magnificent recordings that Andrew Manze gave to the...
I've heard some describe Bach's music as being "mathematical" but I struggle to understand the relationship between math and music. Can Bach's music be explained by a system of equations? When would a composer bust out a pencil and paper and start doing math?
Gliere remind me of some sort of miix crossover between Zemlinsky & Rimsky-korsakov?
Heck to be honest & humble I don't know much about the Romantic Era I lack in knowledge but as far as I know of,Gliere music akin to Zemlinsky and Korsakov for fantasy theme, sounding Russian, yes, this is my...
I'm Marijn, and as a big fan of classical music I started composing it myself a while back.
Since I, like any artist, want other people to be able to enjoy my work I have now made a youtube channel: Classy Compositions.
If you like classics from Beethoven, Chopin and Mozart...
It seems to me that lots of composers were introverts, with some even being rather anti-social. I would categorise their personalities like this:
Introverts: Beethoven, Schubert, Bach, Ravel, Rachmaninoff, Mendelssohn
Extroverts: Handel, Haydn, Vivaldi
Ambiverts (if there's such a thing)...