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One piano, two guys, 100 cello tracks-amazing!

Discussion in 'Music' started by yarrow, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. florian gassmann

    florian gassmann Star commenter

    It's all very clever, but I came away thinking much the same as when I listen to Godowsky, Tausig, Pabst and the like. Wonderful technique, but where's the music?
  2. i the t

    i the t New commenter

    what do you mean when you say "where's the music" ?

    I didn't listen to the whole thing but seemed to be an improvisation built on loops...

  3. I thought it was a great piece to show students how you can build up ideas based on loops. For those who struggle with composition or lack confidence isn't it a good opener??
    'but where's the music?'- not quite sure what you mean?? What would you describe as music-Bach, Elgar, Webern, Cage???

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