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  1. this is my new piece, a hybrid of microtonal piano, concrete music and noise, hope you like it!
  2. Hi all, This is something I've been working on for my composition lessons. The goal is for it to be a piece that could be played fairly easily by people who don't really know how to play the instruments involved (although I hope it would be fun for professional kalimba and ukulele players as well). If you're interested in playing it, just let me know. I'd love to get some feedback on how well the score communicates.
  3. hello everyone, I am back, this is my new piece, hope you like it! the video: 【微分音钢琴】作品5之4 无标题_哔哩哔哩_bilibili Op5 Nr4.mp3
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    My most melodic work. Then again, maybe this is a piece I made when I was exploring spectralism, lol.
  5. this is my new piece, hope everone's commentation the video: 【微分音钢琴】作品5之3 无标题_哔哩哔哩_bilibili Op5 Nr3.mp3
  6. hello everyone, I am back, this is my new piece, hope you like it! the video: 【终极完美版】作品5之2 微分音钢琴音乐的开山之作_哔哩哔哩_bilibili
  7. Hi all, I’m looking for composers to contribute graphic scores for a score exchange project. Participants will upload graphic scores and there will be an open invitation for musicians to respond with an audio recording of their own personal interpretation of the score. Submissions should be for open instrumentation only (for any number of instruments), and not for specific instrumentation. You are encouraged to consider shape, colour, size, placement, words etc. Responses may be wide ranging - from digital art, to abstract painting, and video score/animation. Graphic notation can give a voice to musicians who find traditional notation limiting yet have the desire to express themselves through composition. Submission is open to anyone who is interested, not just professional composers. This online space will present opportunities for musicians and amateurs to interact and collaborate virtually. A driving motive behind the project is to bring people together in the time of social isolation. If you feel you need some inspiration, this article is a great place to start: https://www.theguardian.com/music/gallery/2013/oct/04/graphic-music-scores-in-pictures Alternatively, some examples of text scores if this is more your thing: Yoko Ono’s Grapefruit, George Brecht’s Water Yam Pauline Oliveros’ ‘Sonic Meditations Here is a link to the Google Form: https://forms.gle/eVyAo1e6UP1XQqmcA Thanks! Eliza 😊
  8. this is my new compisition, hope you like it. video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1Pf4y1178o/
  9. Hello everyone, I am coming back, this is my new piece, hope you like it
  10. This is the first completed draft of the fourth piece in a collection of piano pieces I am currently working on. The inspiration for this one came directly after I have finished writing the third piece for this collection.
  11. I'm going to post all my piano compositions in chronological order. Numbers 7, 8, 11, 13 and 15 are the best ones in my opinion. 1.-Compositions from youth. (I wouldn't even call this music) 2.-Random piano piece. (Modern I guess) 3.-Variations on a theme (Second piece I show in the video)(Classical) 4.-Katyusha (Variations)(Romantic/Virtuoso) 5.-Musical experiment. (Modern) 6.-Portrait of a dahlia. (Modern) 7.-Memories. (Romantic with jazz) 8.-Invention in D minor. (Canon)(Baroque) 9.-Crab canon. (Modern) 10.-Videogame experiment. (Modern) 11.-Feline Night (Jazz) 12.-Chromatic practice. (Experiment)(Modern) 13.-Elegía moderna. (Modern) 14.-Consonantn't vals. (Experimental/mixture) 15.-Portrait of a deaf man. (Modern/Romantic) If you liked or you have some advice please leave a coment. If I see people show interest I will post my other works.
  12. Guten Tag! This is one of the projects I have been working on this semester! Feel free to check out the concept behind it at this blog post: Composition Notebook: "Morning Birds" - the story. What I am attaching for ya'll is the full score (which includes the cues for the three different flute parts, but not the actual parts), one of the flute parts (so you can see what they look like), a MIDI rendering of all the orchestra and flute parts combined, and a MIDI rendering of just the orchestra part (Titled "Three Violin Version..."). One of the flaws of the combined MIDI file is that the flute parts are made up of several short fragments/'bird calls',as you will see in the attached flute part, and the players will be improvising which bird call they play when. In other words, it will be a much more organic process than a computer just playing them all in order, as happens in the recording. I think the MP3 of everything combined sounds pretty terrible and clamorous which is not at all the intent of the piece. I suspect that this chaos will be lessened considerably when real players are performing this. If anyone has experience writing this sort of thing, I would really appreciate any advice you'd have to offer. Also, I am happy to hear comments from anyone about this piece, whether they be about the orchestral writing, the special effects, or anything else. Thank you and enjoy!
  13. I started this piece with the intention of trying something new and composing something a bit out of my comfort zone, which so far it's doing just that. Obviously though, it's very unfinished and it has a lot of polishing to do. For example, there's a lot of random whole notes in this piece that are just there for the sake of building chords and the switch into the B section seems a tad abrupt, though I think I like it that way. I'm curious as to what you guys think, please be brutally honest! But keep in mind that I am not a pianist in the slightest! I normally only compose choral music and I know that some of this couldn't actually be played how it's written. Anyways, please voice your opinion on it so far and if you have any ideas as to how I can improve on it and/or how I should continue it, do let me know. Thanks!
  14. There you go, that's the two bars idea I came up with. It isn't harmonized or anything on purpose, the idea is to have every individual composer make a one minute piece out of this idea the way he sees it. We can mix them all together or make a piece with a few parts based on this idea. Good luck, I'm off to compose my own version of it.
  15. This is my first time I completely write a experimental piano. It's not beautiful, hard to listen but when play it, I shivering, i think i can see some soul around me. i cant explain this feeling. Thank you for listening
  16. I'm a fan of independent and experimental movies, so I'm a fan of the legendary Jim Jarmusch. I watched "Only Lovers Left Alive", and there's a scene that the male actor starts playing guitar and recording his awesome music. That scene, inspired me. So, I took my guitar, my bow and start playing something. Then I recorded some classically picked Dmin and Dsus2 chords. Here's the result :
  17. Hello everyone, This is a short experimental piece on the theme of Doraemon. Just for fun. HoYin
  18. Hi All! I'm curious to hear others thoughts on this piece I made this past spring. This track features various hardware synths including the Moog Minitaur & the Korg EPS-1, as well as a String Section and Solo Vocalist. Thanks in advance for your insight!
  19. Hey! I'm sure you guys know that I'm a fan of ambient music. Also, I like to experiment it on all instrument I really can play or write for. Today, I just had a challenge : Writing ambient music using only piano. So, I wrote this 15 seconds and applied lots of effects on that. The melody is in C major key and also, there's no score (because I did everything in FL studio).
  20. I'm a fan of Drone music, specially when it comes to metal and forms "Drone metal" music. But, lots of people think that's just noise and it's not music. What do you think about this genre? and also, please introduce your favorite drone/drone metal artists.
  21. Hey guys, I just connected my acoustic guitar to my audio interface (Focusrite Scarlet Solo) and started recording this using FL studio and some ambient plugins (Guitar Gadget, Autosweller, Fruity Reverb) and then I added drums to it. Of course there's no score (because I only improvised over some simple chords), but if you are curious about the chords, I filmed process and it's available here :
  22. In light of our "future of music" thread, I thought I'd post this. I'm going to say nothing about it.
  23. I am not sure in which category I should put this. I feel the style of the music could maybe considered contemporary, but some of the instruments are not classical. This is a very experimental piece with many dissonances and strange rhythms. I think it is the only one of its kind of the compositions I have made. I have made a slightly experimental piece before, but in that piece I played around with the Pitchbend, which I did´nt in this piece. I happen to like this piece, but it may be a piece that only the creator likes, since it is very dissonant in places. I don´t know if it would be enjoyable for others than me. :-)
  24. Outside the Walls Parts I and II Here is a 15 minute piece I wrote.. it is part of a larger piece I will upload when finished. Sorry, there is no score.. Too much of it consists of manipulated audio scraps, esoteric Kontakt and UVI libraries which are mini soundbeds in themselves thus the MIDI notes have no real indication of the sound patch. Scott Watson provided his great English voice to the dialogue - soundcloud link to his material - https://soundcloud.com/s-watson . I whispered. This piece is more of a ‘sonic journey’.. I used ‘found’ sounds, heavily processed. Some of it is more ‘sound design’ than music. A fair amount of Improvisation, first takes, building section by section.. then of course editing, sliding sections around, adding additional parts to make it appear more coherent. When I got my first synth an ARP 2600 back in 71, I did pop music and also a fair amount of exoteric stuff, cause I liked the sound exploration.. This was a lot of fun.. Cause I got to ignore the years of musical rules, I’ve learned.. I took some of the sounds, and had to create a new ‘syntaxr’ in how to use them.. Quite unlike anything I’ve done before.. I also put a nod into Frank Zappa, because of his esoteric inspirations.. I too listened to electronic music artists of the 50’s and 60’s.. Stockhausin, Milton Babbitt, John Cage.. Wheil they didn’t inspire me to the degree of pop pioneers, I appreciated because they came at it with a ‘unmusical’ background’. So sit back, have a cup of tea, coffee, (and think back to the day of alternative substances). and journey over this imaginary landscape I have created.
  25. "Fully supported by a seasoned staff of local Jacksonville improvising musicians, the [neu]Sonics Music Initiative is designed to promote the teaching and advancement of Freely Improvised and Creative Music; each contributing instructor has ample experience in the field of improvised jazz, sound structure, and composition, enabling the student a full grasp of how to further develop their individual voice on an instrument of limitless possibilities; each series will focus on the general importance and methodology of how to incorporate the study of free improvisation, as well as specific ways to dictate how the techniques can be applied to interactive large group participation. Individual technique and development will be highly addressed, and attention can be applied to each student with options for private lessons, to help better refine their personal creative expectations. The importance of this particular form of all-inclusive, and highly collaborative series of music educational programming, cannot be understated."
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