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  1. Hello everyone,

    this is my beginning here and I am happy to share with you my blog about the John Williams Compositional Techniques book that I am writing.

    There are currently five articles published that make part of the book and there will be one more by the end of this week.

    If you want to keep updated about this project please subscribe to the blog and youtube channel.

    I hope you like it!

    Enjoy: https://www.leandrogardini.com/blog
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2017
    Hi Leandro, what an interesting read!
    It nicely skirts the edge between technical and popular, so it's probably nice for people beyond the realm of experienced musicians/composer as well (even though being able to read music at least on a basic level is a must).

    So yeah, enjoyed it!
    Thanks for sharing and the (obvious!) hard work and love gone into the labour.
    'no passion nor excitement here, despite all the notes and musicians' ~ Falkirkbairn
  2. Thank you Martijn,

    the next topic is coming tomorrow. smile
  3. Yesterday the sixth and last article of The John Williams Compositional Techniques has been published.
    This week the subject is how to compose virtuoso music.
    https://www.leandrogardini.com/single-p … o-Composer

    I hope you like it. Enjoy!
  4. The John Williams Compositional Techniques - Vision and Purpose:

    https://www.leandrogardini.com/single-p … nd-Purpose

    For those who missed the six previous articles here they are:

  5. Hello everyone,

    I am happy to announce that another article has been published to The John Williams' Compositional Techniques blog.
    This week the subject is Composing and Orchestrating Through Relative Range.

    I hope you like it:
    https://www.leandrogardini.com/sing...s … tive-Range