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Symphony #8 for the Virtual Orchestra

Tue Jun 02, 2020 12:54 pm +0000

Hello!

I am a long-time student of the UB and also a life-long practicing composer.
This piece is part of the album Cosmic Consciousness, http://www.jerrygerber.com/cosmicconsciousness.htm

Here's a link to my 8th symphony for virtual instruments.

http://www.jerrygerber.com/symph8complete.htm

Enjoy!

Jerry

Re: Symphony #8 for the Virtual Orchestra

Wed Jun 03, 2020 1:50 am +0000

jsg wrote:Hello!

I am a long-time student of the UB and also a life-long practicing composer.
This piece is part of the album Cosmic Consciousness, http://www.jerrygerber.com/cosmicconsciousness.htm

Here's a link to my 8th symphony for virtual instruments.

http://www.jerrygerber.com/symph8complete.htm

Enjoy!

Jerry


Thanks for sharing them, Jerry. Good to hear UB inspired classical compositions. You and Stockhausen are the only ones creating new classical sounds, eh?

Re: Symphony #8 for the Virtual Orchestra

Wed Jun 03, 2020 11:58 am +0000

rick warren wrote:
jsg wrote:Hello!

I am a long-time student of the UB and also a life-long practicing composer.
This piece is part of the album Cosmic Consciousness, http://www.jerrygerber.com/cosmicconsciousness.htm

Here's a link to my 8th symphony for virtual instruments.

http://www.jerrygerber.com/symph8complete.htm

Enjoy!

Jerry


Thanks for sharing them, Jerry. Good to hear UB inspired classical compositions. You and Stockhausen are the only ones creating new classical sounds, eh?


Hi Rick,

I am not really sure if there aren't other "classical" composers who study the UB. I would guess there probably are but I just don't know about them. I use the word "classical" in quotes because the word is so fluid, and people define it in numerous ways that it almost becomes irrelevant. Because I use software synthesizers in my work and also employ virtual orchestration using sample libraries, some would not consider my music "classical". Labels and music do not get along very well. Best to listen deeply and find meaning in what you listen to. And if you don't find anything of value in it, stop listening! ;>)

I'm glad you enjoyed listening to my music!

Jerry
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