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Welcome To   –   I Write The Music Blog!   This is a fun place to explore and learn about music composition, songwriting, and various forms of music improvisation and music fundamentals. There are lots of free lessons, plenty of music to listen to.  No bias toward any one style of music.

I Write The Music Blog is created daily purely for the love of You and the Music.  Enjoy!  Your comments are always welcome!

My name is Duane Peck.  I am a graduate of Boston Conservatory Of Music, major in Composition, minor in piano.  I am currently active as a composer.

As of 4-9-18   –    I Write The Music Blog has over

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NOTE:  If you arrived here from a re-posting or comment, I want to say thank you for your creative work and willingness to share.  Your work may have been re-posted on anoher blog   –   Higher Density   –   exploring spirituality and ascension.    Here is its  About page.

Thank You, Duane

35 Responses to “ABOUT”

  1. james369 Says:

    Duane: What a fantastic blog! I’m so happy I found you… it’s going to be difficult to focus on my work knowing that all these gems await!
    Peace,
    James.

    • createmusic Says:

      Thank you, James! We can all have some fun and learn about the creative process. I deeply enjoy the spirituality aspects of creative musicians. It often takes great courage to reveal yourself through Music. Thanks again, James!


  2. hi there. i just wanted to stop by and personally thank you for following my blog. YOU are my lucky 600th follower! i’m humbled every time someone clicks that follow button. thanks again, duane!

  3. Ajaytao2010 Says:

    Nice reading about you

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may find something of your interest.

    • createmusic Says:

      Thank You, Ajaytao. I have subscribed to you in my WordPress Reader. You have an eye for Images that grab your attention, stop what you are doing, and be Seized with the wonder of Creation!

      Thank you for your work. You are greatly loved!

      Duane

  4. Tomas Qubeck Says:

    My dad was an opera singer and a music professor – I was bathed in music as a kid and still enjoy all sorts of music. I feel music as the expression of our souls on a much more primal level than speech. Happy to see you pouring out your passion in this way! tomas ☼


  5. Thanks for following my blog. I hope you continue to enjoy it.

  6. Sujin Lee Says:

    Hi. Duane Peck. My name is Sujin Lee from S.Korea. I found your blog on the researching on google. I am studying composition at university. Thanks for your various resources. I’m very impressed by your blog. Thanks.

    • createmusic Says:

      Thank You, Sujin Lee!

      Learning music can be fun. Music Composition takes that learning to much higher levels. On a University level, you learn and explore from the very best. Believe in your Dream. Feel the Music deep in your Heart. I wish you the very best!

      Duane Peck


  7. Hi Dunane Peck, I wanted to thank you for re-blogging my posts by nominating you for the Shauny Award. Your blog is fantastic, I love all the going through all the different music things you post. http://saxophonechick.wordpress.com/2014/01/14/i-been-nominated-for-the-shauny-award/


  8. What a great idea and lovely labor of love, Duane. Thanks! I’m looking forward to reading and visiting your blog regularly.

    • createmusic Says:

      Dear Fiona,
      Thank you for your encouragement. I do have a lot of fun with it, with new ideas coming up. And, yes, I did pay a visit your website. I instantly got an uplifting feeling. I love your music. I am now a follower. Thank you Fiona for your visit. With your permission, I’ d like to make an intro post to you and your work. I’ll respect any guidelines you request. May I embed YouTube code to one song in the post?

      Thank You,
      Duane Peck
      composer@nii.net


  9. hi Duane,
    thank you for following my blog, Blue*Star*Lady*, it’s interesting as I am a musician/composer as well,
    piano, flute, harp, sax and though I am a Californian, at the moment on Cape Cod with my mom (selling the house here) listening to Ray Smith’s Jazz Decades at this particular node of space/time, fun synchronicity

    bless!
    daphne’ karan daniz
    (Kachina*blue*star*)
    yodess1@gmail.com


  10. Dear Duane
    So excited that you wanted to reblog my post, thank you so much! Looking forward to having a browse around all the wonderful posts on your site.

  11. joeblogsrockmusic Says:

    Hey, this is such a great blog, with loads of interesting posts. Thank you for re-blogging my lesson!!


  12. Thank you for sharing my composition! I hope you enjoyed it.

  13. suzannesmom Says:

    check out Boston-based composer Jeff Fuhrer at SoundCloud: lovely, complex choral music

  14. John Morton Says:

    Interesting site Duane and thanks for your support.

  15. fredphillips Says:

    Thank you for reposting my blogs Duane! I really appreciate your support!

    Blessings on your day!
    Fred

  16. Carrie Smoot Says:

    Hi, Duane–

    What a lovely blog you have! I look forward to reading more. Thanks for reflagging my “Autumn Leaves” post.

    Carrie

  17. Loredana Isabella Crupi Says:

    Thankyou, Duane for the reblog! I look forward to reading more of your blog! 🙂


  18. Oh my! What a wonderful blog and resource…I can’t wait to investigate here further and enjoy YOUR enthusiasm..there is much I relate to in spirit here! Thank you…..

  19. acflory Says:

    I came to thank you for the reblog, and stayed for the music how-to posts! I work with words, not notes, but the similarities between the two processes are eerie! Nice to meet you. 🙂

  20. mrpaul Says:

    so happy 2 find your wonderful music blog after discovering that one of my works was just re-blogged – thanks so very much Duane ! – so beautiful to experience your generosity of spirit


  21. Great blog Duane. Thanks for visiting my blog all the times you have and re blogging some of my posts.

  22. Mark Fabio Says:

    This is a great blog site! I have a question for you. I am designing an online graduate level course to help teachers use Digital Audio Workstations in their classrooms to teach composition. I want to use Bolero by M. Ravel as a musical example for one of the projects and I am having trouble getting permission/license to use it. I wanted to use the London Symphony/Gergiev recording and I found a great video on Youtube. Further search brought me to your blog and I was wondering if you knew who or where I would get that kind of permission.
    Any help would be grateful!

  23. Julia Lund Says:

    Thank you for the reblog. I feel honoured to appear amongst such musical talent, something I longed to have but am very blessed to appreciate in those who have it.

  24. vishalicious Says:

    Hi Duane, Its Vish from the Ugly Bass Face blog.

    I’m starting a group on Facebook dedicated to bass & music theory blogs and wanted to invite you to join. You can post links to your blog (especially to individual entries, even historical ones) on it to both generate traffic to your site and to share information with the world-at-large (at least as it exists on FB).

    If you’re interested in joining it, its a public group. You can find it by searching for “Bass blogs” on Facebook or by using this link:

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1655741798043985/

    I’ll begin advertising it in the next few days, after I’ve invited more bass & music bloggers to join it.

    Take care!


    • Hi Vish,

      I apologize for this late, late response. I need to read my Comments page more often. Thank you for your offer. I’d to hold off for a while. I’ve got a lot of catch up work to do on I Wtite The Music. Let’s keep it open for the futue. I admire you and your work.

      Thanks,
      Duane

  25. ccyager Says:

    Hi, Duane — I just nominated you for a blog award! Please check it out here: https://ccyager.wordpress.com/2015/11/16/oh-what-a-lovely-blog-award/

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