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I'm an amateur composer and most of my writing is filmic in character. I have spent a lifetime enjoying the influence of an extremely diverse taste in music and I think that reflects in my writing. I'm hoping to find musicians who have written for their own instrument and would like to explore some recording projects that focus on cross pollination of musical ideas and taste. I'm not looking for any specific genre or style, that's the point. I'm curious to hear what happens when 2 disparate styles or approaches are combined with equal voices. I'm not interested in adding instrument 'X' as an ornament or seasoning but to experiment with bringing 2 instruments, playing or writing styles into the same space on equal footings. My philosophy of music for both listening and writing are that it takes 2 steps forward into really uncomfortable territory and then a single step back towards some safe anchors so that you're standing on firm ground but in an entirely new space. Most importantly music should be about fun and the discovery of new ideas. Let's try something genuinely new and original????.

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Bach to Beck and everything in between ????

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Roland XV-88