“The Craft of Composition Podcast” features the conversations of two emerging music composers who currently live and work in Texas as professional musicians: David Gonzales and Nathan Mays. This is the second part of episode one. In this video, David and Nathan continue their conversation about finding your own creative voice as an artist, their thoughts about various approaches to music composition, and an interesting discussion of setting limitations to enhance creativity.
We sincerely hope that you will enjoy this engaging final part of the first episode from “The Craft of Composition Podcast.”
Episode 1, Part 2.
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Learn more about these two composers and their music at the tab titled “Podcast” at the top of this page, and scroll down.
Nathan Mays wrote a wonderful article about his String Quartet No. 2, Mvt. 2, as the very first “Guest Artist Feature” on this blog. You can listen to his String Quartet, read his article and learn more about him and his compositional approach at the following link:
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