Saul Dzorelashvili New Member Hello All

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Saul Dzorelashvili New Member Hello All

Post by Saulsmusic » Tue Aug 09, 2005 5:50 am

Hows everyone doing?

Here is some info about me:


Saul Dzorelashvili is a Classical Composer,Pianist,Artist and a Poet.
He was born in the Republic of Georgia, a small eastern European country.
At age two he moved to Israel together with his parents and sister and at age twelve he moved to live in the United States.Saul startet taking his first piano lessons when he was fifteen from his mother.After a few months he decided that he wants to study piano more seriously so he began taking lessons from the Ukrainian born Pianist Margarita Sturman.
Saul is a self taught Composer and he has never attended music schools or took composition lessons from anyone. He has written about 80 Orchestral, Chamber and Piano works.Saul Is 28 Years old and Lives in New york city.

Saul Dzorelashvili

List of Works

Works For Solo Piano:


Preludes:


1.In C major No.1
2.In C major No.2
3.In G major No.1
4.In G major No.2
5.In G minor No.1
6.In G minor No.2
7.In C sharp minor No.1
8.In D major No.1
9.In D major No.2
10.In C minor No.1
11.In B flat major No.1
12.In F major No.1
13.In F major No.2
14.In F major No.3
15.In E flat major No.1
16.In E flat major No.2
17.In B minor No.1
18.In B minor No.2
19.In B minor No.3
20.In C major No.3 ‘Hope’


Etudes:


1. 1.In C major No.1
2. In F sharp Minor No.1 ‘Wild River’
3. In E minor No.1
4. F major No.1


Scherzos:


1. .In E major No.1
2. In B flat Major No.1
3. In A major No.1
4. In C sharp Minor No.1


Other Piano Works:


1.Fantasi In F sharp minor
2.Romance In E minor
3.Sonnata In A minor
4.The Lion’s Dance In G major
5.Lyrical Piece In F sharp minor
6.Largo In B flat Major
7.Melody for the Young In G major
8.Nocturne In E minor
9.Nocturne In C sharp minor
10.Song without Words In B flat major
11.Song Without Words In G major
12.Song Without Words In E minor
13.Rondo In D major
14.Rondo In E major
15.Dance In D major
16.Work In B flat major
17.Work In G major
18.Work In B minor
19.Water color Painting In F sharp major
20.Fugue In G minor
21.Hunting Song In G major
22.Keyless Work No.1
23.Melody In E flat major
24.Two Variations on a Hanuka Song in E major


Orchestral Works:


1.Symphony No.1 In F sharp minor
2.The Night In E major
3.Forest Song In G minor
4.At The Ocean In E major
5.Sun Rise In C major
6.The Jungle In G major
7.The Painting In F sharp major
8.Work in G minor


Chamber Works:


1.String Quartet In B flat Major
2.Ancient Dance In G minor
3.Ancient Dance In E minor
4.Evening Song In F sharp Major
5.Evening Song In G minor
6.Evening Song In F sharp Minor
7.Song In the open Fields in D major
8.At the Ocean Harp and Flute
9.At the Ocean For Two Pianos
10.Prelude in F major No.1 for Harp and Oboe
11.Lyrical Piece in F sharp Minor for Harp and Flute
12.Concerto In E major for Harp and Flute
13.Morning In the Forest In G major
14.Wild River Etude for Piano and Violin
15.Song of Peace In E Major
16.Fugue In G minor for Winds
17.Fugue In G minor for Strings
18.Nocturne In E minor arangment for Harp and Flute
19.Work for harp lute and Violin in G minor
20.Garden of Flowers

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Post by Ralph » Tue Aug 09, 2005 5:55 am

Welcome!!!! What an impressive list of compositions.

Please post often and join us in discussions about music and, in the Corner Pub, just about anything else.
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Alban Berg

Post by Alban Berg » Tue Aug 09, 2005 7:15 am

Are you here to discuss classical music, or to promote your self-taught "compositions"?

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Post by pizza » Tue Aug 09, 2005 7:39 am

Alban Berg wrote:Are you here to discuss classical music, or to promote your self-taught "compositions"?
Where's the contradiction, "Berg"?

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Post by Alban Berg » Tue Aug 09, 2005 8:02 am

pizza wrote:
Alban Berg wrote:Are you here to discuss classical music, or to promote your self-taught "compositions"?
Where's the contradiction, "Berg"?
I think you know perfectly well, "Pizz." When a guy comes onto one of these forums, and it's hardly been the first time, saying nothing about established classical music but lots about his own "works," it's a good chance he's just a spammer.

And if you do a Google on this guy and you get a chance to hear one of the "works," it's equally obvious he's a rank amateur.

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Post by pizza » Tue Aug 09, 2005 8:34 am

Alban Berg wrote:
pizza wrote:
Alban Berg wrote:Are you here to discuss classical music, or to promote your self-taught "compositions"?
Where's the contradiction, "Berg"?
I think you know perfectly well, "Pizz." When a guy comes onto one of these forums, and it's hardly been the first time, saying nothing about established classical music but lots about his own "works," it's a good chance he's just a spammer.

And if you do a Google on this guy and you get a chance to hear one of the "works," it's equally obvious he's a rank amateur.
Who appointed you our gate keeper, "Bergie"? Since when is this forum reserved for professional musicians only? If I do a google on good welcoming manners I'm sure I won't find you there.

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Post by Alban Berg » Tue Aug 09, 2005 9:04 am

pizza wrote:Who appointed you our gate keeper, "Bergie"? Since when is this forum reserved for professional musicians only? If I do a google on good welcoming manners I'm sure I won't find you there.
And you're the sweetest guy who's ever walked the earth, Pizza, always looking for a chance to pick a fight with anyone about anything. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black! :lol:

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Post by pizza » Tue Aug 09, 2005 9:07 am

Alban Berg wrote:
pizza wrote:Who appointed you our gate keeper, "Bergie"? Since when is this forum reserved for professional musicians only? If I do a google on good welcoming manners I'm sure I won't find you there.
And you're the sweetest guy who's ever walked the earth, Pizza, always looking for a chance to pick a fight with anyone about anything. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black! :lol:
You don't have to be the sweetest guy in the world to welcome a newcomer; just being a mensch will do.

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Post by Lance » Tue Aug 09, 2005 9:32 am

Hi Saul, and welcome to CMG! I think you will find this a fascinating forum where you can participate with many devoted music lovers, performers, composers and those associated with many facets of music. You have an impressive list of compositions. I would be curious to hear some of your solo piano music. Has any of it been recorded by you or someone else?

Again, welcome aboard, and feel to post often and become as involved as you want in what appears here.
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Post by Corlyss_D » Tue Aug 09, 2005 11:32 am

Welcome, Saul. I'd shake hands but I'm cleaning the turlet so that wouldn't do. Pull up a chair and share some music stories with the assembled ears. Disregard Al over there, he's not housebroken yet.
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Saulsmusic

Post by Saulsmusic » Tue Aug 09, 2005 1:09 pm

I have never liked Bergs Music LOL!!!

Anyways,

I thought that since Im new to this site I should provide some information about myself and I dont disconnected my music from myself,anything about myself must include my music.

About me been an amature,lol

I know what Berg did he went to google and found one of my piano works that I won second place in a composers competition.The piece sounds amaturist becouse the competition was about writing a Piece for beginers or little children to play,and the rule was not to make it hard to play.
But berg,being very judgmental and also imature,dismissed the work as being amaturist without knowing all the details associated with the Work.

So berg,next time you feel that you are in a mood to bash people's music I would suggest to you to look in the mirror and make fun of your own self,Im sure you'll have much fun doing that.

Regards,

Saul

Saulsmusic

Post by Saulsmusic » Tue Aug 09, 2005 1:13 pm

And thanks to everyone for the very Warm welcome!

(BERG IS NOT INCLUDED)

Saulsmusic

Post by Saulsmusic » Tue Aug 09, 2005 1:45 pm

Lance,

About my music,I have my own Cds and I sell them personaly to those who are interested.

Here are some of my Piano Works in Midi Format :

1.Lyrical Piece in F sharp Minor

http://www.music-scores.com/discus/mess ... e_in_f.mid

Saulsmusic

Post by Saulsmusic » Tue Aug 09, 2005 1:49 pm

2.Rondo In D major No.1-Allegro Vivace

http://www.music-scores.com/discus/mess ... -10730.mid

Saulsmusic

Post by Saulsmusic » Tue Aug 09, 2005 1:50 pm

3.Fantasi In F sharp Minor-Allegro Con Fuoco

http://www.music-scores.com/discus/mess ... -10969.mid

Saulsmusic

Post by Saulsmusic » Tue Aug 09, 2005 1:52 pm

4.Songwith out Words In B flat Major No.1

http://www.music-scores.com/discus/mess ... words_.mid

Saulsmusic

Post by Saulsmusic » Tue Aug 09, 2005 2:00 pm

5.Impressionistic Piece In D flat Mjaor

http://www.music-scores.com/discus/mess ... k-9783.mid

Alban Berg

Post by Alban Berg » Tue Aug 09, 2005 4:27 pm

Is that the good stuff, or are we expected to buy that?

Saulsmusic

Post by Saulsmusic » Tue Aug 09, 2005 5:25 pm

I think you need a good spanking.


That actualy may be good for you.

I wont do it.

I will not dirty my hand.

But I could get dwain or Leroy to pitch in and give you a good old fashioned spanking.

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