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#1213661 - 06/07/09 09:26 PM Links to all of my rags
Hrodulf Offline
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Registered: 02/02/09
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Loc: New York City
I improved my front page and it has links to midi files of all of my rags now (56 and counting).

The links are in my deviantART journal at http://hrodulf.deviantart.com/
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Learning:
Chopin op 55 no 1, op 69 no 1, op 23
Beethoven op 27 no 1 allegro vivace
J.S. Bach wtc book I prelude 10
Debussy reverie
Liszt b minor sonata
Haydn sonata Hoboken xvi:37
Brahms op 116 no 6
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#1220204 - 06/20/09 05:42 PM Re: Links to all of my rags [Re: Hrodulf]
Chris G Offline
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Registered: 01/15/09
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Loc: Portland, Oregon
That's quite a collection you have written there - how long did it take you to write all of those? Did you create the Midi file file by recording yourself and then generate the score from quantized MIDI or did you start with the score and use that to generate the MIDI?

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#1220914 - 06/22/09 09:52 AM Re: Links to all of my rags [Re: Chris G]
Hrodulf Offline
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Two of them were written in the 1990s, one was one third written in the 1990s and two thirds written this year, the rest were all written from January 2009 to the present at the rate of about one every three days (although I was on vacation and didn't write for about a week and a half this past week and a half so the numbers have probably changed. Also they need to be edited which I have started to do).

As for the midis, I use noteworthy composer 2 to notate these, and the program allows me to export the rags directly to midi from the computerized score. I have some actual recordings but since I have been spending most of my time writing I find I do not have much time to learn to play them.
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Learning:
Chopin op 55 no 1, op 69 no 1, op 23
Beethoven op 27 no 1 allegro vivace
J.S. Bach wtc book I prelude 10
Debussy reverie
Liszt b minor sonata
Haydn sonata Hoboken xvi:37
Brahms op 116 no 6
Exercises

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#1221877 - 06/23/09 11:52 PM Re: Links to all of my rags [Re: Hrodulf]
Chris G Offline
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Registered: 01/15/09
Posts: 737
Loc: Portland, Oregon
I'm amazed that you can keep up that pace of writing, I listened to a few and they are very well crafted compositions. You should work on playing them - the You Tube performances are more interesting than MIDI files. I was impressed by Tom Brier - I have not heard his name before but he did a great job playing New London rag.

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#1221878 - 06/23/09 11:52 PM Re: Links to all of my rags [Re: Hrodulf]
Chris G Offline
500 Post Club Member

Registered: 01/15/09
Posts: 737
Loc: Portland, Oregon
I'm amazed that you can keep up that pace of writing, I listened to a few and they are very well crafted compositions. You should work on playing them - the You Tube performances are more interesting than MIDI files. I was impressed by Tom Brier - I have not heard his name before but he did a great job playing New London rag.

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#1222019 - 06/24/09 08:18 AM Re: Links to all of my rags [Re: Chris G]
Hrodulf Offline
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Registered: 02/02/09
Posts: 830
Loc: New York City
It's just something I've been doing with my free time.
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Learning:
Chopin op 55 no 1, op 69 no 1, op 23
Beethoven op 27 no 1 allegro vivace
J.S. Bach wtc book I prelude 10
Debussy reverie
Liszt b minor sonata
Haydn sonata Hoboken xvi:37
Brahms op 116 no 6
Exercises

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