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Posted on Thu, Dec 04 2008 11:34
by mbrylka
Joined on Sun, Jan 20 2008, Dortmund, Germany, Posts 28

 Hallo,

please have a look at

http://www.opus100.de/viennacommunity.html (Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer 7)

"Theodoro san Dolore" & "The Animal"

These 2 compositions i made this year with VSL. "Theodoro" in June and "Animal" in November.

What do you think about it?

for those who do not like going on another webpage or for having problems to see the page

here the link to the mp3 files:

http://www.zann-music.com/opus100/2008-06-26_Theodoro_san_Dolore/Markus_Brylka_Theodoro_san_Dolore.mp3

http://www.zann-music.com/opus100/2008-10-26_the_animal/Markus_Brylka_Das_Tier.mp3 

 Regards,

Markus Brylka

http://www.opus100.de

http://www.zann-music.com

Posted on Fri, Dec 05 2008 21:32
by ct1961
Joined on Sat, Dec 15 2007, Posts 438

Hi Markus.

Enjoyed listening to your music. Very interesting.

All the best.

Colin

Posted on Sat, Dec 13 2008 02:22
by mbrylka
Joined on Sun, Jan 20 2008, Dortmund, Germany, Posts 28

 Thanks for your opinion my first and only listenerBig Smile

The Theodoro is about a not very genious clown who can´t play any instrument but wants to play a violin.

He is doing all his best to delight the audience but in his heart he is sad and would rather has another life, he is dreaming of money and of love.

The music describes a real clown as he could be and with this idea i composed these 9 short pieces. The saxophone is the clown in person with his thoughts and feelings.  The pieces of "Theodoro´s Violin Part 1 and Part 2" reflects his view of a violin, his longing for music on this instrument. But he is only thinking "saxophonian" and no one will hear a solo violin.

Markus Brylka

www.opus100.de

www.zann-music.com

Posted on Sun, Dec 21 2008 20:10
by ct1961
Joined on Sat, Dec 15 2007, Posts 438

Looks like the last as well! Surprise

Oh well, one's better than none. The critics must be doing their Xmas shopping. 

Particularly liked Das Tier.

Colin 

Posted on Sun, Dec 21 2008 21:17
by mbrylka
Joined on Sun, Jan 20 2008, Dortmund, Germany, Posts 28

 Hy Colin

my only critic  Wink

seems that you have done all your christmas shopping.

Wich parts of "The Animal" do you like most or you don´t like. 

Can you hear any reference to another composer?

Definitely i search for my own voice in music but some reverences to other composers must be from time to time Big Smile

The last few days i made a composition about a volcanic field on Lanzarote called "Timanfaya"

It´s only a short piece of coming and going (3min 21sec)

http://www.zann-music.com/opus100/2008-12-17_timanfaya/Timanfaya.mp3

Merry Xmas,

Markus

Posted on Mon, Dec 22 2008 06:09
by ct1961
Joined on Sat, Dec 15 2007, Posts 438

Hi Markus.

Xmas shopping will get done as usual at about 5PM on Xmas Eve!Embarrassed

Actually liked all of The Animal but especially the tail.  I didn't hear any direct reference but found some of it reminiscent of some jazz I've listened to- but can't remember exactly what at the moment- in a mad, last minute rush to do the packing and head off for the holidays!

Gave the new piece a quick listen and it sounds good.

Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year

Colin

Posted on Tue, Dec 23 2008 12:04
by mbrylka
Joined on Sun, Jan 20 2008, Dortmund, Germany, Posts 28

Quote:

Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year

 

Thanks and merry christmas to you too. 

It´s good if there are no reminiscent parts about one could say "Oh, that´s too much of...(composers name)..." or

"That could have done... (composers name)...better"

Sure, i like the music of the 20th Century and the works of Allan Pettersson, Olivier Messiaen, Louis Andriessen, Sergei Prokofieff, Reinhold Gliere, Steve Reich, Arvo Pärt and Philip Glass may have had some influence on "The Animal" Wink

Regards,

Markus

Posted on Thu, Jul 16 2009 20:55
by mbrylka
Joined on Sun, Jan 20 2008, Dortmund, Germany, Posts 28

 Hallo again,

please have a look at

http://www.opus100.de/viennacommunity.html (Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer 7)

"Jakobsleiter" & "Atlas Miniatures"

Jakobsleiter

These two works are my newest, the "Jakobsleiter" is a heavy and loud Piano Concerto of 13 minutes and the "Atlas Miniatures" are 8 pieces made of orchestral material from "Jakobsleiter" but very silent.

Regards,

Markus Brylka

http://www.opus100.de

http://www.zann-music.com

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