Three new Symphonic works.

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Three new Symphonic works.

Postby Parodites » Sat Feb 13, 2021 6:59 am

This is my Symphony No. 22. (I use everything from Romantic theory, 13th harmonies, classical functional harmony, Jazz and Coltrane matrices, and Abuietta's 15th chord, plus a lot of my own original music theory, working off of Reimannian analysis. Obviously, you don't need to know any of that theory, I only want to emphasize that I take a truly ecumenical approach to music and music theory, going out of my way to study, learn from, and incorporate- everything.)

Starting at about 8 minutes 40 seconds, I've got this truly heroic theme that forms the basis of the second movement: (I will also link an except, which is just the main lick it's based on:
https://audiomack.com/parodites/song/op-51-motif )

Then the actual Symphony:

https://audiomack.com/parodites/song/op ... -22-rev-92


Got my Symphony no. 21:

https://audiomack.com/parodites/song/op ... tasy-no-21

Oh boy: the basis of this, my Symphony no. 23, is a new chord-structure I developed, which I call the 15th chord. (It's an eight-sonority complex.)

https://audiomack.com/parodites/song/op ... tasy-no-23
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Re: Three new Symphonic works.

Postby Zeroeth Nature » Tue Feb 16, 2021 8:25 am

In November of 2017, Fixed Cross sent me an excerpt from a post of yours on the various eras of Western music. Since then, I've basically considered you the second Bach, although a contact of mine opined that you were rather like Bach on steroids (not in a good way). I can certainly appreciate your music—and Sorabji's, whom I didn't know before you mentioned him recently—, but it's not really my cup of tea, and the same goes for your more convoluted writings (which is saying something coming from me). Just as Bach's "Toccata and Fugue in D Minor" was instrumental to my turn to pre-1600 music, so your "Etudes: 10 Studies in Composition for Modern Keyboard Instruments" was instrumental to my renewed embrace of Goa Trance... (see https://ilovephilosophy.com/viewtopic.php?p=2784221#p2784221; but note that the specific album to which your Studies wafted me back was this: https://soundcloud.com/user-565243348/sets/goalogy).

Bach, Sorabji and yourself are still too 'neurotic' for me, while on the other hand you guys don't have the 'kick' that Goa Trance has (to which I really only listen while dancing or when outside, by the way).
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Re: Three new Symphonic works.

Postby promethean75 » Tue Feb 16, 2021 2:41 pm

If you could go ahead and make a video of you dancing, that would be great.

(I ask to see it for purely scientific reasons)
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Re: Three new Symphonic works.

Postby phoneutria » Tue Feb 16, 2021 4:11 pm

i second that motion
for science
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