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The Music Room => Composer Discussion => Topic started by: mikkeljs on April 19, 2007, 12:54:35 PM

Title: Do you have any suggestians?
Post by: mikkeljs on April 19, 2007, 12:54:35 PM
Have searched for quite a while, but without luck. Do anyone know of a modern composer, that wants to write as unpersonally music as possible and in all kinds of different styles, genres, structures and proportions?
I thought, that if there really exists such a composer today, there would probably be a reason why he is not well known.  ;D
Title: Re: Do you have any suggestians?
Post by: Christo on April 21, 2007, 02:23:18 AM
Have searched for quite a while, but without luck. Do anyone know of a modern composer, that wants to write as unpersonally music as possible and in all kinds of different styles, genres, structures and proportions? 

I would suggest Gunnar Reynir Sveinsson, or perhaps Richard Nanes or Peter Jan Wagemans.
Title: Re: Do you have any suggestians?
Post by: val on April 21, 2007, 03:06:16 AM
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mikkeljs
 
Have searched for quite a while, but without luck. Do anyone know of a modern composer, that wants to write as unpersonally music as possible and in all kinds of different styles, genres, structures and proportions?
I thought, that if there really exists such a composer today, there would probably be a reason why he is not well known. 


The reason? Perhaps because his music sounds so unpersonal.
Title: Re: Do you have any suggestians?
Post by: gomro on April 28, 2007, 12:38:39 PM
Have searched for quite a while, but without luck. Do anyone know of a modern composer, that wants to write as unpersonally music as possible and in all kinds of different styles, genres, structures and proportions?
I thought, that if there really exists such a composer today, there would probably be a reason why he is not well known.  ;D

If I understand what you're shooting for, Takashi Yoshimatsu is who you're shooting for. Look up his discs at www.chandos.net