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  1. Thanks dude! I have had another person say that some of it reminded them of Stravinsky. I wonder why...
  2. Why do you compose?

    I am addicted to it. Plan you essay before you write it.
  3. Another link to the score: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/a56419_4fa50c9c02744e75b780ab739a2b0c4b.pdf
  4. Hi all, this is my orchstral piece. I hope you like it. Feedback is very welcome (Also on the video I made, accompanying the music). Score:
  5. Meditations of a weary mind II

    @Willibald Thanks for the feedback! @LostSamurai Yes I posted a youtube link. If it does not work you can find the music by typing (Constant Goddard: Meditations of a weary mind II - Sepia Ensemble )into the youtube search bar.
  6. Here is the second part of the piece I sent a couple of weeks ago. Looking forward to feedback! (Description: I wrote two pieces for piano and a treble instrument around easter as a meditation exercise. The resulting music is what I have titled here as (meditation) I and II. In view of the project with the Sepia Ensemble, I decided to flesh out the music that I developed and arrange it for the instruments, which the ensemble offers. I left the piano and treble part untouched and only elaborated and amplified the fundamental ideas with the help of new instrumental parts.)
  7. Yes I am referring to that concert and The Idealist, the Jester and the Troll is my piece! I think the concert might be sold out though...
  8. I have found that writing string quartets hugely improved my compositional craft. This year I have written a large scale orchestral piece (which will be performed in Vienna in 3 weeks) and my workflow was increadibly fluid. I believe that writing for string quartets as well as for mixed ensembles helped me in attempting to write for larger forces. You can check out my most succesfull string quartet here:
  9. Hi all, I wrote two pieces for piano and a treble instrument around easter as a meditation exercise. The resulting music is what I have titled here as (meditation) I and II. In view of the project with the Sepia Ensemble, I decided to flesh out the music that I developed and arrange it for the instruments, which the ensemble offers. I left the piano and treble part untouched and only elaborated and amplified the fundamental ideas with the help of new instrumental parts. Looking forward to feedback!
  10. Hi all, here this is an electronic track I a have put together. Looking forward to feedback. I am wondering what genre this might be. Maybe somebody has an idea. (The drawing is a self-portrait of me from 2013.)
  11. String quartet N.2/II

    Hi all this is the second movement of my second string quartet. I wrote it in 2014. In the second semester of my course in Vienna. The string quartet is the second of three pieces that I wrote quartetonal. Looking forward to feedback.
  12. Quartertone Study No.2

    Hi all, this is my second Quartertone study, which I wrote in 2013, in my first semester at the Vienna University of music and performng arts. Looking forward to your feedback.
  13. Blurred Transformation

    @Monarcheon Do you find the bibigliando to be to loud or does the technique in of it self not fit in the music?
  14. Blurred Transformation

    Hi all, this is piece for two harps and sampler. The Sampler is programmed with mainly extended harp techniques, which I recorded with one of the harpists.
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