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2movement (on work)


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elektronix

 Genre: Classical

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A (not so short) snapshot from my growing (Concert for Piano and Garageband), still unfinished and a lot to do, don't take timing and especially the end too serious, all made with Garageband and Boldt instruments.
Any comments appreciated!
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Hits: 2470
Comments: 18
Fans: 4
Plays: 55
Downloads: 114
Votes: 0
Uploaded: May 26, 2007 - 02:27:33 PM
Last Updated: May 26, 2007 - 02:27:33 PM Last Played: Jan 16, 2015 - 06:47:12 PM
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I-Mac, M-Audio Keystation 88es
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Comments
MissChaos said 3833 days ago (May 26th, 2007)
nice
a little Danny Elfman. A little Yann Tiersen.

some very beautiful piano playing on this. Timing issues aside, I really enjoyed the pacing on this and the unexpected chordal movements at times. This is great and I can't wait to hear the final. Please let me know when you've uploaded it so I don't miss it.
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elektronix said 3833 days ago (May 26th, 2007)
Thanks!
Thank you for listening and leaving a comment.

I will send a note, when this movement is finished.

Danny Elfmann, Yann Tiersen? I am honored... yes, they have inspired me a lot with there marvellous soundtracks.

Greetings,

Bernd
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Reinholt56 said 3833 days ago (May 27th, 2007)
An excellent start Bernd....
This piece is so different from your 'Area' stuff and so stands out in a different way.

Your piano playing is very well done and the piece as a whole kept my interest from start to finish. There was not too much of anything.

I'll be watching and waiting for the next installment.

Tske care.

Paul.
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elektronix said 3832 days ago (May 27th, 2007)
Thanks!
Yes, that's my other side of making music. It is still only a snapshot, not finished, but I needed to post something, just to make it real for me, that it is growing....

Thanks for listening and your appreciated comment.

Greetings,

Bernd

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Feter said 3833 days ago (May 27th, 2007)
Delight !
so gentle ...so delicate ....
wish to hear the whole piece
the three movments (someday) !!

thank you for sharing this piece
will kee my eyes on this !!

peace !
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elektronix said 3831 days ago (May 28th, 2007)
Thanks!
Thank you for listening and leaving a comment!

I hope this will grow fast and I can upload a complete movement soon.

Greetings,

Bernd

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...if you´re looking for a sense, search with music!...
Check out my latest song called Night Theme
VicDiesel said 3832 days ago (May 27th, 2007)
Classical.......ish
I have no idea what the divding line is between romantic classical music and film scores, but as you can see from the Elfman comment, you're in danger of falling on the cinematic side.

(While I'm typing this, the theme recurs, and that missing beat makes me mentally stumble. That's funny. Keeps the track from being predictable.)

Is this the sketch for a movement? Part of a movement? What you have a theme, a cadenza, and the theme recurring. For a true concerto that's missing a couple of bits. For instance, the solo instrument is supposed to elaborate on the theme. Your middle part, while well played and quite sonorous, is a bit free in character: too far removed from the theme. I think this needs some more playing with the theme to anchor it in the listener's mind, before you can get that far away.

Just some thoughts, based on hearing too many classical concertos. You're of course free to invent your own form.
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elektronix said 3831 days ago (May 28th, 2007)
Thank you!
Thank you for your very appreciated and constructive comment!

I have a complete three movement concert in my head. This is only a small part of the second movement, and I just wanted to post it... The theme is still too cinematic, but thats in a way a instrumentation and dynamic issue...
I will not fulfill the complete classical structure, but I want to create something, which is more a concert than a soundtrack. But I am not disturbed by any cinematic influence. I just let it happen.
Thank you for listening!

Greetings,

Bernd

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...if you´re looking for a sense, search with music!...
Check out my latest song called Night Theme
thetiler said 3831 days ago (May 28th, 2007)
This is pleasant to hear
Like the stops and goes. Breaking into the slow sound is striking. Delicately done. Your flow with the slow, is graceful. An usual assortment of slow and a faster pace but really seems to fit.

Love the orchestration
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elektronix said 3831 days ago (May 28th, 2007)
Thanks!
For stopping by and leaving such a kind comment.

Glad you enjoyed it!

Greetings from Germany,

Bernd

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...if you´re looking for a sense, search with music!...
Check out my latest song called Night Theme
RickW said 3831 days ago (May 28th, 2007)
Very nice
A very nice start, with lots of promise for a wonderfully beautiful finished product. Based on your "snapshot", I look forward to it.

God bless,

Rick

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elektronix said 3831 days ago (May 28th, 2007)
Thank you Rick!
Thanks a lot for stopping by and leaving a comment.

I post this little pieces of my work to create some self pressure and some "Go on, I am looking for the complete one" by the comments as well as getting some hints and thoughts.

Glad you like it, this pushes me to go on.

Greetings from Germany,

Bernd


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...if you´re looking for a sense, search with music!...
Check out my latest song called Night Theme
gisli said 3830 days ago (May 29th, 2007)
hi
this is very elaborate and it sounds good though it's still unfinished.
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elektronix said 3830 days ago (May 29th, 2007)
Thank you
Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment!

What can I say: I am working on this movement and at the moment it gets a slightly different mood.
Thanks for listening!

Greetings,

Bernd

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...if you´re looking for a sense, search with music!...
Check out my latest song called Night Theme
said 3829 days ago (May 30th, 2007)
2nd movement, eh?
Well Bernd, this moved me alright. I am always in awe of folks who can do this type of music. I just make a lot of racket. This is divine!

Be well!
elektronix said 3814 days ago (June 14th, 2007)
Thank you!
I just did not see that you stopped by. Sorry for that.

Thank you, I'm honoured by your comment.

I love your music, too; and I am a little jealous, because I cannot create such nice songs as you. That's funny, isn't it?

Greetings from Lower Saxony,

Bernd



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...if you´re looking for a sense, search with music!...
Check out my latest song called Night Theme
david.sfinzi said 3811 days ago (June 17th, 2007)
Beautiful work
I too look forward to the final work, knowing it's a big task. Nice phrasing, and a delicate orchestration suitable to the piece.
David
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elektronix said 3808 days ago (June 20th, 2007)
Thank You!
Thanks a lot for stopping by and leaving a kind comment.

I hope that the complete movement goes online soon..

Greetings,

Bernd

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...if you´re looking for a sense, search with music!...
Check out my latest song called Night Theme
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