EOL

EOL

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Classical - Contemporary | Paris, Île-de-France, France
Total Song Plays: 154   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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EOL composes for the piano in a personal, classically-inspired style that incorporates some recent or contemporary elements.


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Eugene Jacquescoley posted over 30 days ago to EOL


Greetings EOL: Nice presentation on "Starry Eyed." Cheers. J

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Bruce Mills posted over 30 days ago


No, no. Reading back, what I mean to say is this: EOL, this piece is much too incidental for you. In your "Hurt" (for example) I hear the slightly unsettling beauty in chaos and sadness - or a truth. So, where is the truth in your organ work? I believe you have concealed it within the incidental. But I would still love to know this truth. Perhaps you will be visited by the spirits of Massenet & Hindemith ... or maybe even Schmidt? And when you awaken, your truth will be evident and we will hear what is hidden in the sortie.


Bruce Mills posted over 30 days ago


Thank you for your useful review of my song Barcelona Lullaby. I love your critic's composure - cool, precise, yet somehow kind in your consideration of the space we share in music. Now, about your little "Sortie." Sounds to me like you are up to a bit of mischief with this one. Your song is either somehow predicting what happens to the couple when they leave the church (and maybe for the next ten years) or your are intentionally filling a horribly awkward void among wedding guests who, perhaps, discovered themselves at this wedding instead of a baptism or funeral. There is intentional mischief in this piece, yes, I can hear it.


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