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  1. Today's Composers
    Hi everyone! I'm looking for some tips on my composition here https://musescore.com/user/4084206/scores/1431591 If I would critique my work, I would say that it's still a bit square and doesn't make best use of all the instruments as independent voices... Also, if at certain points the...
  2. Classical Music Discussion
    It's all in the title. ;P For me: Mozart: Tom Hulce's portrayal of him in the film Amadeus, complete with goofy laugh Beethoven: Lewis Black, of course Tchaikovsky: His actual voice, preferably Alex Hirsch as voice actor Wagner: I probably really shouldn't-- Bach: Mindy Kaling (I can explain)...
  3. Music Theory
    I'm actually studying and analyzing this wonderful work (Beethoven's Eb symphony) and i have a theory cuestion about the first short fugue that appears in the last movement, just after the exposition of the theme. Is it a four-voice or a five,six,seven-voice fugue? The exposition has five...
  4. Opera
    straightforward enough. which do you prefer to listen to?
  5. Opera
    do you prefer singers with bright, crystalline voices or rich, dark voices? personally, I have a strong preference for dark voices with the exception of sopranos, whom I like more medium-bright (Anna Moffo, prime Joan Sutherland, etc). too bright though and it becomes sugary, girly, weak bodied...
  6. Religious Music
    Took part in a Good Friday performance of this work at our local church in a choir of some 30 voices. Musically and spiritually the ideal work for a solemn day.
  7. Opera
    When we were wandering over the Green hill we discovered the outdoor exhibition 'Silenced Voices' - The Bayreuther Festspiele and "the Jews" from 1876 to 1945. I've made photos from all the grey metal panels that have been located in the Richard Wagner Park since 2012. The main language is...
  8. Today's Composers
    Hello, my friends Just a quick question...what's is considered crossed voices? Voices that reach the same note and register or voices that reach and go over the register of the other voice? Thank you
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