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Samuel Tang

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About Samuel Tang

  • Rank
    Member
  • Birthday 11/08/1999

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    London
  • Occupation
    Student
  • Interests
    Piano, singing, badminton
  • Favorite Composers
    Brahms, Tchaikovsky
  • My Compositional Styles
    Contemporary, classical romantic
  • Notation Software/Sequencers
    Sibelius 8
  • Instruments Played
    Piano, Bass-baritone

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  1. Oh God thanks for the many kind words !!! I promise I will continue to improve and make better music to the world
  2. Dear Tonskald, Thank you so much for you great great great advice !!! And your kind words really motivated me to compose more music ! I must confess I'm not a professional composer myself so I might be lacking a bit of composition techniques. However, it is a hobby and I won't let anyone stopping me compose more and more music ! Thanks for you advice again 🙂 Best wishes, Sam
  3. I think Sibelius is quite good tbh, at least for me
  4. I believe this is one of my most emotional composition, with a bit of asian taste in it. I was inspired by a few sea paintings I saw in the net. Hope you guys enjoy it ! (and suggestions as usual plss 🙂
  5. First time composing something like this ! I was both excited and nervous when I first tried composing for a classical orchestra (not a big one soz guys). This was actually a father's day gift for my father. Hope you guys enjoy it and can give me some suggestions !! 🙂
  6. Just finished a piece for string ensemble (violins, viola, cello) for fun haha, using a mixture of common harmonic progression and unusual chromatic harmonies. Please feel free to give suggestions (including the name of the piece !)
  7. Hi Rafael, Great ideas and I particularly enjoyed your interesting harmonies. Just a few suggestions and wonders. 1. In bars 11-12 is the parallel fifths in the sops and bass intentional ? If not maybe do some inversions to improve it (or other chords are cool too !) 2. There are a few big jumps (really hard to sing as I sang in a choir and I know !) bar 11 bass, bar 40 sops. 3.In bar 21 -22, the latin word "Dei" has the wrong stress, maybe try putting the Dei in bar 22 first crochet and change a bit of the rhythm. 4. Maybe try stretching the range of Tenors more ? The range you're having now is alright but I think tenors enjoys a bit of high Fs and Gs sometimes. Good job man and keep on the hard work !
  8. This is a my first piece for String ensemble and solo violin. I will say the harmony is a fusion of neo-classical, late romantic and asian (japanese) harmonies. Hope you guys will enjoy it.
  9. So I cannot sleep and I composed this Agus Dei. Not gonna be perfect and will continue working on it. Attached are the audio and pdf score file
  10. Thank you “Some guy that write music” for the great suggestion. As you may have guessed, I put the dynamics in just for my own interpretation of the music, and it is totally fine for any conductor to do it in different way. Especially towards the end of the music, the high notes of the soprano has a decrescendo which is really hard for them to sing. And the “clutters” are meant to sing in a small volume, which will sound amazing in a setting for a church/cathedral choir, and the choir can hold as long as the conductor likes. Thank you for the suggestion though, I will considerate some amendments for it 🙂
  11. I compose this O Magnum Mysterium just for fun lol. But I've put enough effort in it to make it sounds nice. Any advice and suggestions will be appreciated.
  12. It's my first upload in here. Please advice for improvements, non professional composer here
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