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Old 05-16-2005, 02:21 AM
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Wow, a composer!!! Amazing! You must be good if you are a composer!


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Thank you for your kindness.. I cannot judge myself!

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Old 05-16-2005, 06:37 PM
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Still I bet your good! A friend of mine is a composer and it looks so hard


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Thank you TeenViolaLover.

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Old 05-17-2005, 12:55 AM
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Is Composing hard?

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No if you have passion and inspiration... but not always you have them both!

If you are interested, you can listen to some of my compositions from here.

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Old 05-17-2005, 04:56 PM
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Thank you so much Teenviolalover. I am very glad to know you like my music.

Thank you again.

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Hallo everyone!!

I learnt about this forum in 8notes, where I saw Fabrizio Ferrari's post. I'd like to add the concert for 2 violins and orchestra nº 3 in D minor to the list of Bach favourites... Also the Brandenburg Concertos, specially numer 2. I'm currently working on a 1 piano-4 hands transcription of it as a present for my dad, not that I'm too keen on transcriptions or arrangements but I can't bring a full orchestra home!!! One of the things that amazes me most of Bach is his regularity and "imperturbability", so to say. But the music still doesn't lose its expressiveness!! I get the feeling sometimes that if a great kaboom of firecrackers exploded all at once under the musicians' chairs while playing Bach, the lovely music woul still play as if nothing had happened. This sounds crazy, I know, but it's more or less what calls my attention most about Bach's music.

I'm already acquainted with Fabrizio Ferrari, I'd heard quite a few nice things about him, and I came accross his site looking for free music some months ago... and I still can't play "Il Castello di Aura" without crying over it!!! It's absolutely beautiful, simple in the structure but the more moving for it. Gentle and powerful at the same time. I love it. The bit I like best is towards the end of the second page, where the fortissimo begins. I'm also at Aurea, but where I'll get a violin to play it with me I don't know!! I began the violin only seven or eight months ago (it was the dream of a lifetime, even if only a 16-year-long lifetime!!!) and although I've been told I'm doing very well at it I'm still miles away from the piano.

Well, you'll probably be asleep by now so I'll stop. It's been lovely to hear about this forum... KEEP IT ALIVE!!!!

Happy "musicking" to all!!!
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Hallo everyone!!

I learnt about this forum in 8notes, where I saw Fabrizio Ferrari's post. I'd like to add the concert for 2 violins and orchestra nº 3 in D minor to the list of Bach favourites... Also the Brandenburg Concertos, specially numer 2. I'm currently working on a 1 piano-4 hands transcription of it as a present for my dad, not that I'm too keen on transcriptions or arrangements but I can't bring a full orchestra home!!! One of the things that amazes me most of Bach is his regularity and "imperturbability", so to say. But the music still doesn't lose its expressiveness!! I get the feeling sometimes that if a great kaboom of firecrackers exploded all at once under the musicians' chairs while playing Bach, the lovely music woul still play as if nothing had happened. This sounds crazy, I know, but it's more or less what calls my attention most about Bach's music.

I'm already acquainted with Fabrizio Ferrari, I'd heard quite a few nice things about him, and I came accross his site looking for free music some months ago... and I still can't play "Il Castello di Aura" without crying over it!!! It's absolutely beautiful, simple in the structure but the more moving for it. Gentle and powerful at the same time. I love it. The bit I like best is towards the end of the second page, where the fortissimo begins. I'm also at Aurea, but where I'll get a violin to play it with me I don't know!! I began the violin only seven or eight months ago (it was the dream of a lifetime, even if only a 16-year-long lifetime!!!) and although I've been told I'm doing very well at it I'm still miles away from the piano.

Well, you'll probably be asleep by now so I'll stop. It's been lovely to hear about this forum... KEEP IT ALIVE!!!!

Happy "musicking" to all!!!



Hello EADG + cetera, and welcome on the Virtual Sheet Music Forums!

I am very glad to know you read my post on 8notes website... and to know you like my music and enjoyed it. I hope to find more time to write new music in the next future!

Thank you again for your kindness and enjoy your stay.

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