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Pequeños Nocturnos para Orquesta de Cuerdas y Arpa


EnriqueMZ
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Hi, this is a new music that I've been working on for almost one year O.o

I think it's my first serious work and I hope you enjoy listening to it.

I would appreciate it if you could give me some feedback about this work.

Thanks 😄

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This is a very interesting work ... there are some nice moments.  I guess I don't know if the resulting thematic material/structure is intentional.  There is no question that it is a singular style and you have something to say.  Do you play harp? Or a string instrument.  Maybe you can elaborate a bit more about the piece.

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Introduction: Intriguing. Never dared to compose for harp yet, I don't know its intricacies but it sure does sound very nice. This first "movement" evokes me the sensation of being embarked into a ship in the middle of the sea enjoying of time passing from midday to sunset.

II:  I like the change from C to C# m. Couldn't escape to the first scene your piece put me in my mind, so I feel like I'm the very same ship but now it's night.

III: totally feels like I'm arriving into some port at the beginning of it, but my first impression faints in the B section of this movement and comes back at 149 when you repeat and faints again to a totally different theme...And it ends? 

This work of yours is indeed serious, solid and the third movement fascinated me and left me with everything but a feeling of conclusion. It felt like a musical cliff hanger to me!

Congratulations. I'm glad you shared the result of your efforts here. Keep the good work man!

Kind regards ^^!

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On 6/29/2022 at 7:31 AM, MJFOBOE said:

This is a very interesting work ... there are some nice moments.  I guess I don't know if the resulting thematic material/structure is intentional.  There is no question that it is a singular style and you have something to say.  Do you play harp? Or a string instrument.  Maybe you can elaborate a bit more about the piece.

 

Thanks for your comments.

I don't play harp, but I was interested in compose something for that instrument when I listened Danses sacrée et profane by Debussy.  I composed this work (maybe 80%) at night and I've always loved working at night because it's quiet and relaxing, so this piece is just that, a representation of the night.

There are many feelings, but in a general perspective it's a work that explains how different the nights can be.

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12 hours ago, Omicronrg9 said:

Introduction: Intriguing. Never dared to compose for harp yet, I don't know its intricacies but it sure does sound very nice. This first "movement" evokes me the sensation of being embarked into a ship in the middle of the sea enjoying of time passing from midday to sunset.

II:  I like the change from C to C# m. Couldn't escape to the first scene your piece put me in my mind, so I feel like I'm the very same ship but now it's night.

III: totally feels like I'm arriving into some port at the beginning of it, but my first impression faints in the B section of this movement and comes back at 149 when you repeat and faints again to a totally different theme...And it ends? 

This work of yours is indeed serious, solid and the third movement fascinated me and left me with everything but a feeling of conclusion. It felt like a musical cliff hanger to me!

Congratulations. I'm glad you shared the result of your efforts here. Keep the good work man!

Kind regards ^^!

 

Thanks!

I enjoyed reading your interpretation of this work, it's very creative in fact. 😄

I'm happy you enjoy this piece. The ending is confusing, I know, but I tried to represent there the infinite posibilities of experiencing or re-experiencing feelings or moments that only happen in night (a kind of nostalgia). Maybe it's the reason it doesn't sound like a conclusion.

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