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Idiosynkratische Tonstücke für die Orgel: VI. Im Garten von Gethsemane [Philip Daniel; 2020]

26 Feb 2021 1 minute read 0 comments PhilipDaniel

        Sixth in a series of "Idiosyncratic Tone-Pieces" for concert organ (the instrument ideally of the "French Symphonic" variety). A tableau of the Garden of Gethsemane, featuring pensively coiling chromatic three-part counterpoint. The inner se...

Idiosynkratische Tonstücke für die Orgel: V. Die Obelisken [Philip Daniel; 2020]

18 Feb 2021 1 minute read 0 comments PhilipDaniel

        Fifth in a series of "Idiosyncratic Tone-Pieces" for concert organ (the instrument ideally of the "French Symphonic" variety). The darkly theatrical outer sections, characterized by a recitative-like melody supported by semi-contrapuntal sub...

Idiosynkratische Tonstücke für die Orgel: IV. Die Drehleier [Philip Daniel; 2020]

17 Feb 2021 1 minute read 0 comments PhilipDaniel

        Fourth in a series of "Idiosyncratic Tone-Pieces" for concert organ (the instrument ideally of the "French Symphonic" variety). A highly virtuosic and explosively dissonant musical "portrait" of the hurdy-gurdy (with its characteristic drone...

Idiosynkratische Tonstücke für die Orgel: III. Wasserkreise im Herbst [Philip Daniel; 2020]

16 Feb 2021 1 minute read 0 comments PhilipDaniel

        Third in a series of "Idiosyncratic Tone-Pieces" for concert organ (the instrument ideally of the "French Symphonic" variety). An autumnal, lyrical adagietto playable on the manuals alone, featuring some richly-hued, slow-burning harmonies w...

Idiosynkratische Tonstücke fur die Orgel: II. Engelschor [Philip Daniel; 2020]

15 Feb 2021 1 minute read 1 comment PhilipDaniel

        Second in a series of "Idiosyncratic Tone-Pieces" for concert organ (ideally of the "French Symphonic" variety). The title, German for "choir of the angels", intends to capture the ethereal quality of this harmonically overripe yet subdued m...

Idiosynkratische Tonstücke für die Orgel: I. Luftspiegelungen [Philip Daniel; 2020]

14 Feb 2021 1 minute read 0 comments PhilipDaniel

        First in a series of "Idiosyncratic Tone-Pieces" for concert organ (the instrument ideally of the "French Symphonic" variety). The title is German for "mirages" or "Fata Morgana", and the work is a piquant tone poem in the guise of a contrap...

Prelude on "Christus, der uns selig macht" [Philip Daniel; 2017]

13 Feb 2021 1 minute read 0 comments PhilipDaniel

      A tenebrous yet highly-charged fugal study on the Lutheran hymn tune "Christus, der uns selig macht". Within the first two measures, the fugal exposition establishes a florid yet concise subject subtly derived from the hymn tune, entering firs...

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27 Jan 2021 3 minute read 0 comments Jreck

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Musicoin Road Map (draft)

25 Dec 2020 1 minute read 2 comments Lorenzo The big Brain

    Where we are Are you having a good Christmas? Let's think about the merits of Musicoin after a long time. 1. Among many music-related coins, Musicoin is the original.2. The logo of Musicoin has an intuitive and beautiful logo.3. There are many c...

Prelude on "Wie nach einem Wasserquelle" [Philip Daniel; 2017]

1 Dec 2020 1 minute read 0 comments PhilipDaniel

          A lively prelude on the hymn tune "Wie nach einem Wasserquelle", cast in the form of a flowing four-part texture with intimations here and there of stricter imitative counterpoint amidst a general tendency toward freer polyphonic dialogue....