Loren Bieg

Loren Bieg

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Classical - Post-Romantic | Dallas, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 565   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Matia Dathen posted over 30 days ago to Loren Bieg


Hi Loren! Where can I get a copy of Floating Art? Could you post the "Buy" button on it so I can get it?

Cheers,

Mike


   
 
Loren Bieg posted over 30 days ago to Jamie Holden


Jamie, I appreciate the review of Wine Glasses. Yes it was improvised and you've given me a new artist to get to know in Keith Jarrett. I've been listening through Rio, which is astounding! Most of my solo piano influence lately has been neo classical: Nils Frahm, Goldmund, some post rock and Jo Blankenburg's Feather Dance. My aim was to free myself compositionally to express the music in a raw emotional way that translated beyond the expression. Thanks again and best to you!

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Jamie Holden posted over 30 days ago


``wow - I am amazed that you had not heard Keith Jarrett already... I just guessed that he was one of your influences, happy to put you onto his work - and good to hear yours my friend :)


Loren Bieg posted over 30 days ago to Matthew Miller


Thank you for your kind review and encouraging comments regarding Tea In Our Starbucks Cups. I'm curious about the relatively low score you gave it in light of the positive comments you gave. Is there any additional feedback you can provide?

Best regards to you!

Loren


   
 
Loren Bieg posted over 30 days ago to Anita Andreis


Thank you so much for the kind review of Floating Art! Always an encouragement to hear from you!

I'm curious what your influences are if you have time to share. Lately, I have been listening to Nils Frahm, Goldmund, Balmorrhea, Jo Blankenburg's Feather Dance, and others, all neoclassical and post-rock composers. And, there's an improvised piece by Leszek Mozdzer on the Finding Neverland soundtrack that was defining for me. But I hear more classical influence in your piano work.


   
 
Loren Bieg posted over 30 days ago to Jeff McAuley


Jeff, thank you for your review of Tea In Our Starbucks Cups. This piece is from a series of improvised sessions in which I was experimenting with spontaneous composition, thus the error being left in there. I have debated the idea of recording with MIDI so I can make minor adjustments and still preserve the aim of the raw emotion and preserve the performance. It bothers me artistically, but it may be the best of both worlds.

I really enjoyed Dunno Project, ACT 9. Best regards to you and your music!


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Jeff McAuley posted over 30 days ago


No problem! If it was improvised, then there was no error:) Keep leaving them in and you might find that you start liking certain mistakes. I'm not a big fan of midi sound either, but that's almost all I have out here(broadjam). It was a project of sorts and a way of finding something in myself. However, I must get back to my own instrument after some time away... live again.
All the best,
jeff


Loren Bieg posted over 30 days ago to Andy J King


Thank you for your encouraging review of Tea In Our Starbucks Cups. You were correct about my aim being spontaneous composition and the wrong note. I have debated recording MIDI so I can make minor corrections and still preserve the stream of musical expression and performance. Trying to balance art and excellence.

I really enjoyed Reclamation Day. Best regards to you!
Loren


   
 
Anita Andreis posted over 30 days ago to Loren Bieg


Thank you for your beautiful review! You really do listen! I appreciate it! A.

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Loren Bieg posted over 30 days ago


You're most welcome! Your music moves me. It's always a pleasure to have one of your pieces come up in the review queue.


Loren Bieg posted over 30 days ago to Anita Andreis


Thank you so much for your kind review of Birthday Wish. Coincidentally, last week I was listening through some of your music again and really appreciate the emotional honesty in everything you do. Tale of Life Long Gone moves me every time. Looking forward to your album release.

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Anita Andreis posted over 30 days ago


Thank you once more (I've just wrote on your "wall".)! :)


Felice Kaye-Cooper / Songwriter posted over 30 days ago to Loren Bieg


Hi Loren, thanks for the great review of
"You Looked Into My EYes". Did you get the vocal version or piano? Your comments were very generous. ALl the best, Felice Kaye-Cooper


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Loren Bieg posted over 30 days ago


It was the piano version. Best to you too!


Felice Kaye-Cooper / Songwriter posted over 30 days ago


If you have a chance check out the vocal with Phoebe Blume. She did a great interpretation. Thanks again, Felice


David Michael Walsh posted over 30 days ago to Loren Bieg


I like your approach to creating new works, nice

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Loren Bieg posted over 30 days ago


Thank you, it is risky as I'm a perfectionist. I was inspired by the liner notes on the Finding Neverland soundtrack. There are two stunningly emotional piano tracks on that CD that were improvised by a Polish pianist playing off an orchestral score.


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