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    Asymptotic Chaos

    A stab at a new work for orchestra -- just a sketch of a couple of minutes so far..... will be much longer if I pursue it (or it pursues me)

    http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6963515
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    I like the orchestration and the music, although i don´t understand the relation between it and the title, because the music transmits to me equilibrium, a certain solemnity and not chaos (although i acknowledge that "asympotitc chaos" is a physics term that i don´t know what does mean exactly). I hope to hear the continuation!.

    Victor

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    Re: Asymptotic Chaos

    Quote Originally Posted by mrkeyboard View Post
    I like the orchestration and the music, although i don´t understand the relation between it and the title, because the music transmits to me equilibrium, a certain solemnity and not chaos (although i acknowledge that "asympotitc chaos" is a physics term that i don´t know what does mean exactly). I hope to hear the continuation!.

    Victor
    Well, I'm not sure if I'll keep the title -- depends on how the piece goes (it will be much longer). The picture with it gives a visual rendering of a mathematical model depicting an asymptotic number progression. I'm not very math-oriented, so I just think of it as "going an ever smaller distance on axis X with an ever longer distance on axis Y. Or something like that. What is the relation? None, yet. It was just an idea starter.

    Thanks for listening, Victor :-)

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    Karen:
    A marvelous introduction. You have enough varied material to develop into a large work. Go!

    Steve

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    Re: Asymptotic Chaos

    Thanks Steve! Hey I went to a Colorado Springs Philharmonic ( http://www.csphilharmonic.org/index.html )concert last night, conducted by Tom, who has been such an encouragement to me, and the concert was all old jazz classics -- thought of you: "Hey! Steve does arrangements of this type of music!" They had a female vocalist (jazz) and a WAY COOL trumpeter, and even made the orchestra pit into a dance floor!

    Looking for work? Seriously, I'd love to introduce you to Tom; he's a very creative condcutor and program planner....

    Let me know. Hope you are all well there.

    Thanks, Steve!
    Karen
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    Re: Asymptotic Chaos

    A lot of good thematic material in this and an engaging
    presentation of it... though, to me -- perhaps I'm just
    unusually comfortable with chaos... lol? -- it seems,
    especially throughout the first half or so, quite pastoral
    and restful!

    All the best,



    David
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