Genre: ‘electronics’

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Electronic piece, composed in 2007

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Composition for keyboards from the cycle .happiness.

Morning, fresh, simple, sincere and natural piece with soft Kurzweil's sounds that tenderly greets the sun of the new day.

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Composition for piano and live electronics, a part of cycle .happiness, stereoversion. Piano part – Vladimir Gromadin.

Live piano and many smallest reflections of piano sounds among the electronic clouds. This composition is at the turn of academical electronic music, minimalism and relaxed new age composition.

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Performed by Alex Kruglov on basset horn and Alex Nadzharov on live electronics. Recorded November 21, 2007 at Rachmaninov Hall of Moscow Conservatory

The main concept is an interaction of a musician that freely interprets the score and the electronic algorithmic part in Max/MSP making all sounds from recombining and processing the live sound source

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Electronic piece

“...a fast change of alternating images that remain a part of a single process while they appear and disappear. Piano part is dominating above that flow, emerging other sounds and images and then gradually uniting in a single spot of sound, like in an impressionists' paintings...”

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Performed by: Natalia Reneva (harpsichord), Vladimir Gromadin (live electronics).

Nostalgia for the sincereness. For the beauty. For something plaintive. Nostalgia for love, for the joy.

Nostalgia for baroque. For beautiful instruments and performers. For beautiful acoustic sound.

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