Melodica composition in 11/4

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  • #4028
    AvatarTom Teasley
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    https://soundcloud.com/tom-teasley-music/bacchanal

    This is from my newest CD I created for a theater show based on Balkan themes I did last year.

    Hope you enjoy. I’m also playing all the percussion. Peace, Tom

    #4032
    AvatarQuetscher
    Participant

    Hi Tom,

    what you’re doing with melodica and percussion is simply great!

    #4038
    AvatarTom Teasley
    Participant

    Thank you Questscher! I’m so glad to find this site. I was thinking I was the only melodica nurd around. Now I see I’m a neophyte! What I share in my percussion community is playing a wind instrument has had a huge impact on my percussion performance as I’m much more aware of breath, length of line and dynamic shaping. I’m looking forward to learning much more on this site! All Best, T

    #4044
    AvatarLowboy
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    Tom I love your original and unique compositions. Please post some more when get a chance. Nothing like original music that strays outside the box.

    I have about two albums worth of fully instrumented original compositions, but had not posted them because they were pre-melodica compositions. No melodica in them. Maybe one of these days I will put a couple on my SoundCloud page and people can listen if they so desire.

    Regards,

    Lowboy

    #4046
    AvatarTom Teasley
    Participant

    Likewise Lowboy! I’m digging your blues work as well!I sometimes have trouble finding the box
    ;-). I’ll find some more to post soon. Stay well! Tom

    #4135
    AvatarMark O’Trumea
    Participant

    That was beautiful! A wonderful story you are telling! keep it up!

    #4248
    AvatarTom Teasley
    Participant

    Thanks, Mark! I look forward to staying in touch. Tom

    #4424
    Daren BanarsëDaren Banarsë
    Keymaster

    Tom, I love the minimalist and hypnotic qualities of this piece. And your use of the full dynamic range of the melodica. Right from the start – alternating loud and soft notes. I’m going to try that out! And solid percussion beats. Can you remember which melodica/mic you used?

    #4426
    Avatarsparkcle
    Participant

    I like this sound and song, this 11/4 make me dancing on my chair, i can see the wild orient in front of me

    #4888
    AvatarTom Teasley
    Participant

    Sorry for the late reply, Sparkcle and Daren. I’m in the middle of a theatre run. Daren, I’m using the Yamaha Pianica 37 on that recording.Sparkcle, thanks for your kind words. Stay well.

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