Be a Supporter!

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Apr 30, 2016 | 7:22 PM EDT
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4.1 MB
2 min 15 sec
4.74 / 5.00

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Rated 4.74 / 5 stars
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A quartet I recently wrote and recorded. Featuring Joe Ricard, Jason Ford, Kai Sandoval, Nelson Woods, and Jeffery Cox.

Score and parts available on IMSLP (copy & paste to get full link):,_Samuel_Arthur)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very good well put together over all. The only thing it misses is more interest for the supporting parts. Or rather perhaps more contrapuntal interest. You could easily have had some imitation of the main theme and switched the lead role around between the players. It would just make it more fun to play for everyone. But overall very good melodies and wonderful harmonic progressions. Keep it up!

samulis responds:

There's already a bit of that going on (e.g. 31, 48). This piece was a lot more homophonic than most of mine (closer to the famous 'Drei Equali' by Beethoven and Mahler's subsequent Equali), the Quintet #1 has a bit more counterpoint, but the new Quintet #3 I'm currently working on takes the cake in that regard. Should be recorded and released in the next few months!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice to hear someone else recording and scoring music! Woo!

samulis responds:

Thanks dude, glad you like it. :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

So nice to hear some real brass :3 It reminds me when I was in high school playing french horn on the school's harmony. But this is far beyond the skill I reached these days. Congrats for an awesome composition, and great musicians!

samulis responds:

Thanks dude. You should totally pick up horn again. :)