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    Commodore con Forza Andrew Roussak's Avatar
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    Hi Rune -

    many compliments for your music, both Prelude and Euphorie. Noble chord progressions ( beginning of prelude ), very elegant and gracefully worked out melodic lines. I've downloaded both of the pieces, listen to them sometimes. They are like that impressionistic pictures in the art gallery - bright and full of light, even if it rains outside.

    Fine fingerwork of Elina - many compliments also, especially the nuances ( rall., rit. - you know ) are superb.

    Do you write only piano music or the orchestral scores as well? Have you published anything already ?

    Wish you good luck and success in your works to come,

    Andrew






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    Thanks alot, Andrew, I really appreciate your comments since you seem to be a very accomplished musician/composer. I checked out some of your music on your webpage - it is really quality stuff!

    I have never written anyhing for orchester. I don't really like orchestral music (except Sibelius and Mussorgsky) so I have always been stuck with the piano Some of my music have been published, yes.

    Thanks alot for your comments, and I wish you the best of luck with your musical projects as well

    -Rune
    With love,
    Rune Vejby
    *composer
    *pianist

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    Commodore con Forza Andrew Roussak's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Vejby View Post
    Thanks alot, Andrew, I really appreciate your comments since you seem to be a very accomplished musician/composer. I checked out some of your music on your webpage - it is really quality stuff!

    I have never written anyhing for orchester. I don't really like orchestral music (except Sibelius and Mussorgsky) so I have always been stuck with the piano Some of my music have been published, yes.

    Thanks alot for your comments, and I wish you the best of luck with your musical projects as well

    -Rune
    Hey, Rune, you are welcome! I 've just posted my honest opinion.

    Thanks for visiting my home page , great that you liked it! Though most of it is still only in German. And thus not very user-friendly for the international visitors.

    Well, about the orchestral music - no problem, Chopin didn't like it too. Though , with your age of 22 ( sorry I spied on in this thread a bit ) you still have a lot of options.

    ...and good luck !!
    Andrew

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    Apprentice, Piano benjamin&daisy's Avatar
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    really, really beautiful sounding!

    go you!...

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    I always love beautiful evocative pentatonic based music, it really feels innocent and guileless, the way life ought to be -)

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    Nice pieces and beautifully played as well. Great job!

    Lovemore Nanjaya.

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    Delightful Rune. I throughly enjoyed the experience. I look forward to hearing more of your music

    teddy

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    Really beautiful, the pianist is great!

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    Very nice pieces Rune. Sympathetically written for the instrument with some clear influences from Chopin and Debussy (for my ears anyway) and that's a good thing afaic. For what it's worth, I think you're on a good path there - keep at it.

    Kind regards,
    Matt
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    Midshipman, Forte
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    wow!

    a gem found while digging the forum

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    Seaman, Mezzoforte
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    Hey,

    Very nice work. From a compositional, performance and technical point of view.

    The recording sounds very nice and the piano is quite clear. I am thinking that this is a live recording (I mean not samples, right?) in which case bravo. The engineer did a great job!

    The performance is quite lovely and so is the work...

    and now I noticed that this thread is 2 years old. I hope that you've moved along and bettered yourself rune! Well done either way!

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