Lamentation - 4 Part Chorale (SATB)

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ChamMusic
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887 posts since 12 Jun, 2006 from Birmingham, UK

Post Sat Sep 22, 2018 1:30 pm

vurt wrote:
jancivil wrote:so, at the end of the day was 'needs more cowbell'
:cry: it was just a joke because there was nothing at all to criticize :cry:


:hihi:
A JOKE! Seriously...damn, I need to cancel that international assassin...shit, I hope I can get my deposit back?!*#?

Anyone know Ra's al Ghul's phone number? In a mysterious moment I ate the piece of paper that I had it written on!
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jancivil
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Re: Lamentation - 4 Part Chorale (SATB)

Post Sat Sep 22, 2018 1:42 pm

vurt wrote:
jancivil wrote:so, at the end of the day was 'needs more cowbell' or 'needs more C E G' the more helpful
:cry: it was just a joke because there was nothing at all to criticize :cry:


:hihi:
The idea there was to have fun at the expense of Mr. 'C E G'.





I wonder if there's anyone around that has never seen the Will Farrell bit.

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vurt
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37217 posts since 26 Jan, 2003 from through the looking glass

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Post Sat Sep 22, 2018 2:05 pm

jancivil wrote:
vurt wrote:
jancivil wrote:so, at the end of the day was 'needs more cowbell' or 'needs more C E G' the more helpful
:cry: it was just a joke because there was nothing at all to criticize :cry:


:hihi:
The idea there was to have fun at the expense of Mr. 'C E G'.
tbh, i did think i must have missed something :hihi:
i was thinking "jan obviously knows im joking, so am i missing a really clever double twist???" :lol:
that's how my mind works, i didn't even think it was the other guy :oops: paranoia or ego? or one in the same... :o

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vurt
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Post Sat Sep 22, 2018 2:07 pm

ChamMusic wrote:
vurt wrote:
jancivil wrote:so, at the end of the day was 'needs more cowbell'
:cry: it was just a joke because there was nothing at all to criticize :cry:


:hihi:
A JOKE! Seriously...damn, I need to cancel that international assassin...shit, I hope I can get my deposit back?!*#?

Anyone know Ra's al Ghul's phone number? In a mysterious moment I ate the piece of paper that I had it written on!

i taught the demons head everything he knows!
including that scone recipe he keeps winning the prizes at fetes for :x


have you noticed, when it comes to saying his name on tv/film there seems to be no consensus on how to pronounce it?
rashe
rarz
raz

cant they all just pick one :bang:

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ChamMusic
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Re: Lamentation - 4 Part Chorale (SATB)

Post Sat Sep 22, 2018 2:30 pm

vurt wrote:
ChamMusic wrote:
vurt wrote:
jancivil wrote:so, at the end of the day was 'needs more cowbell'
:cry: it was just a joke because there was nothing at all to criticize :cry:


:hihi:
A JOKE! Seriously...damn, I need to cancel that international assassin...shit, I hope I can get my deposit back?!*#?

Anyone know Ra's al Ghul's phone number? In a mysterious moment I ate the piece of paper that I had it written on!

i taught the demons head everything he knows!
including that scone recipe he keeps winning the prizes at fetes for :x


have you noticed, when it comes to saying his name on tv/film there seems to be no consensus on how to pronounce it?
rashe
rarz
raz

cant they all just pick one :bang:
Yes, I'm just finishing Gotham Season 4 and we've all been laughing at it!

But more importantly...the Lazarus scones were your recipe...you do realize that you turned Old Grandpa Jones into a rampaging toddler...he ate 10 of the damn things!:0)
Mark Taylor
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rp314
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2125 posts since 25 Mar, 2006 from The city by the bay

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Post Sun Sep 23, 2018 12:59 pm

ChamMusic wrote:
rp314 wrote:I'm beginning to compose my next pieces using dissonance - even with the E+F chord-combinations!
Yes, experimenting a bit further than you have so far can only be a positive, but don't try and go as far as this piece of mine quite yet maybe! :0) E+F can come across very differently depending on the surrounding harmonic context.

[...]

If you post a piece, I will listen to it. If I have anything useful to say, I will say it!
Given how lethargic I seem to be lately I kinda wish this actually did refer to something I'd posted. :hihi:

It's not always easy to respond to multiple participants, no? :P :ud:

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ChamMusic
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Post Sun Sep 23, 2018 1:53 pm

rp314 wrote:
ChamMusic wrote:
rp314 wrote:I'm beginning to compose my next pieces using dissonance - even with the E+F chord-combinations!
Yes, experimenting a bit further than you have so far can only be a positive, but don't try and go as far as this piece of mine quite yet maybe! :0) E+F can come across very differently depending on the surrounding harmonic context.

[...]

If you post a piece, I will listen to it. If I have anything useful to say, I will say it!
Given how lethargic I seem to be lately I kinda wish this actually did refer to something I'd posted. :hihi:

It's not always easy to respond to multiple participants, no? :P :ud:
Ha! Well spotted.

The weird thing is that I was only copying and pasting / responding to one participant in that post! How that happened I'm not really sure as the words are ALL his but it says YOU! :0)
Mark Taylor
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aaron aardvark
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Re: Lamentation - 4 Part Chorale (SATB)

Post Sun Sep 23, 2018 6:32 pm

ChamMusic,
Thank you for the review! Now your song: for the vocals: at times they sound extremely realistic, and some parts sound slightly artificial (which is not necessarily a bad thing). I like that brief high pitch female vocal a lot; wouldn't mind hearing more of that sort of thing. It sounds very good as is, but I was really anticipating and hoping it would evolve into something with popular music ala E.L.O. or Rush, etc. Audio quality is very good. Melodies are very good. :)

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ChamMusic
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Post Mon Sep 24, 2018 9:00 am

aaron aardvark wrote: It sounds very good as is, but I was really anticipating and hoping it would evolve into something with popular music ala E.L.O. or Rush
This one was never going to go in that direction! :) Maybe next time?

Thanks for the feedback, much appreciated
Mark Taylor
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seismic1
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Post Fri Sep 28, 2018 4:16 pm

I'm not a choral afficionado, (although I do like using these sounds in an electronic context), but I liked this. The harmonic interactions between the four different voices were both interesting and satisfying. I thought the whole piece was a great listen, and to these untrained ears, conveyed a natural realism.

There were some interesting points raised in the thread, particularly regarding the use and perception of dissonance and footwear.

"Maybe there's a bundle of rags that I could use,
Hey anybody,
Can you spare a dime?
If you're really hurtin', a nickel would be fine"

Good work :)

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ChamMusic
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887 posts since 12 Jun, 2006 from Birmingham, UK

Re: Lamentation - 4 Part Chorale (SATB)

Post Sat Sep 29, 2018 7:18 am

seismic1 wrote:
Fri Sep 28, 2018 4:16 pm
I'm not a choral afficionado, (although I do like using these sounds in an electronic context), but I liked this. The harmonic interactions between the four different voices were both interesting and satisfying. I thought the whole piece was a great listen, and to these untrained ears, conveyed a natural realism.

There were some interesting points raised in the thread, particularly regarding the use and perception of dissonance and footwear.

"Maybe there's a bundle of rags that I could use,
Hey anybody,
Can you spare a dime?
If you're really hurtin', a nickel would be fine"

Good work :)
Thank you very much Tim...especially as Choral styles are NOT normally in your listening zone! :0)
Mark Taylor
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