A Fun Take on Classical MusicThis is something between classical music and electronica. The music is very upbeat and happy. Intricate organ sounds are accompanied by a simple beat and arpeggiated synthesizers. It makes me think of the electro pop of the late 90's mixed with something like a Bach fugue. The music is well structured and complex enough to keep my interest. It's the sort of thing I might listen to if I wanted to cheer myself up if I was feeling down.
i like impossible marriagesBaroque and techno together... Is it possible? The answer lies here inside this track, it's " yes ". Bouncy drums asnwer to Baroque keyboards in order to create another entity, a kind of alien M. Mortensen calls himself " baroq'en " . Why not? Funny exercises and finally a rather good one, the only problem for me would be the drumming part, as it's a bit repetitive, perhaps one should vary more the kick and snare part, but all in all the track is worth listening to, and the autohr has taken the risk....
Electronic electronic Baroque!!This track is a piece of techno baroque. I don´t use to listen very much to bareque music but this is something new. The combination of electronic dance style with a very melodic baroque line makes it fresh and interesting for listening. I think despite it has a dance rythm that it´s more music for listening and even for relaxing. This is a long plece of music, but it is okay because this pieces of music has a lot of variations in the theme. It could also work as film music to some special film. It remains me of the music sound track from Wendy Carlos who also made this kind of music with synthesizer in the early 70´ies. But without beats. Wendy Carlos featured with his music on the film "Clock Work Orange" by Stanley Cubrik. But Erik-Peter Mortensen could perhaps featuring with his electronic baroque music in a update of "Clock Work Orange" anno 2018.
CinematicNice cinematic music. One of the most atractive proposals in this web. Good sounds, clean mix and a bunch of fantasy in the songs he made. Good work!. I hope you god lucky with your future works.
very goodyou have succeeded in a not very easy exercise and you have done so well, this way of playing is very nice. melting classical and modern music has always been my dream and I do not know if I can do it as you did ... as always a very good job
liking it techno'callyListening to this track "Techno'cally Baroq'en" from Erik-Peter Mortensen , i am reminded of Switched on Bach which i mean most positively, the sweeping classical melodies matched with the eighties sounding beat loops make it both old school really old school but with a nice twist of modernity, just going to prove that good music never gets old, no matter how you rework it, and this is reworked well!!!
Electronic BachA strong wind blows and brings in this fugue-based classical composition which excellently written. The follows traditional form which is well suited to take the song through its various phases. Occasionally a bit of folk music melody finds its way into the thematic foreground. The arrangement of the various musical elements each complement each other as required. Your musical compositional talent is obvious very good. The only problem with this track is its utilization of MIDI instrumentation. That detracts from this song's excellent musical qualities. Please redo this composition with real virtual instruments. It will totally change the entire sonic realities and make this a 5+!!!!
Uplifting!Your music is great my friend! I would like to see more of this type of music available both locally and internationally so that we can get a re-ignition for the love of classical music in society today!
Techno'cally baroq enit is a comforortable music rhythm is as good as anything else. i think that it is better if vocals are included the length of the song if it says the defficulty...i think that it was good as an idea if there is a change in a certain rhythm,but i thought that the quality was wonderful good luck