3.21.2016 Music? Music…and Art

A little composing “on the side” ..LOL  -a  joke .

I am  studying classic music composition.
This is a first for me with different instruments. .
Hear and Here, the  music is in the ear of
the beholder . ( it is composed from midi data and not played on my piano so it is somewhat stiff.)
But none the less , I like 50’s jazz it’s a start towards that kind
of music, a   style that is easier moved to  from the
classic harnony.

the vid …


And for the more dramatic  and beauty of music
( I love and am moved by this piece)  this music vid  next
is from Mozart,

Konzert fur Klavire und Orchester No.23 K.488Mozart”

It is a  midi from software that I Port synth-ed through a
TTS  synth for a full effect of the harmony and sound .
– a live performance would be  a lot more effective in
conveying the emotive/cultural  aspect of this music;
none the less it’s here- and  I also added art from 
Museums of Europe.
The pictures in the video are

  1. The vestibule of  Musee D Orsay a museum,
  2. “Triptych of The Mediterranean” by Pierre Bonard,
  3. “The Dance” by Henri Matisse,
  4. “Portrait of Lady Raglan ” by Thomas Lawrence,
  5. “Composition No. 6” by  Wassily Kandinsky.

Notice I altered some of the imagery in the video, also  note
the  last frames of the video for what ever reason the video
seemed to “pulse”  the color in the frames  of a
watercolor, when making the vid . The titled “composition no.6 
by Was. Kandinsky , and it is noticeable  in the red form of a
heart , which truly coordinates with the emotive music in the video.
So, I accented that with  effects .
the Vid


And …So… Happy Easter!!!!.


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