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Discussion in 'Submission Room' started by rachmaninoff, Jul 12, 2006.

  1. rachmaninoff

    rachmaninoff New Member Piano Society Artist

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    hello,

    this will be my first post. It aint classical but I want to share it with you guys. It's a stream of a band with piano. The song is called 'lit mei los' what means let my go. It's maded by an teacher from my school for an bandcontest.
     
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    Good job! I enjoyed your performances, although I have never heard this piece :lol:. I have no further comments, but you did a good job. Nice recording.
     
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    rachmaninoff New Member Piano Society Artist

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    thank you. I wanted to mix classical style with pop style. Can you here that? or...
     
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    Yes I can hear that. You should write your own songs.

    For me, writing songs in pop music style is much easier than in classical style. I just seem to understand the chord progressions better, and I seem to be able to do more with the chord progressions than with I-IV-V-I, which has always been something I never understood.
     
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    I write my own songs but I can't record them! and... I don't think its difficulter because if you have technic enough you can play and express yourself in your own classical music. I make my own classical music. and I maded some pop songs. My parents don't want to build a litle studio for me :(
     
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    What an awful stretch of mindless poppy drivel. Spend four minutes to say absolutely nothing. Why on earth do you even bother with stuff like this ? Does this serve the Higher Purpose of building a bridge between pop and classical ? Everybody does that already. Would you not rather play some real music ?

    Ah well I guess there are many people who like this style. It's not the kind of stuff we would ever want on this site (which is dedicated to classical piano music as you may have guesed) - though we can't stop people uploading it to the Audition Room.
     
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    Nevermind. (deleted post)

    EDIT: Why can't I delete my post? I can in the "General" forum.
     
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    rachmaninoff New Member Piano Society Artist

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    whell techneut,

    I respect your opinion but I just wanted to post my first recording ever. but you can close this topic of delete this topic. It doesn't bother to me.
     
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    lol_nl wrote :
    Why can't I delete my post? I can in the "General" forum.


    Strange. Permissions for these two forums are exactly the same, registered users are allowed to delete their posts. So it should have worked !
     

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