MP3 Kreydatus - Pianology
Mecurial and Somber piano composition in the style of 18th century Classical & Romantic period.
3 MP3 Songs
CLASSICAL: Traditional, NEW AGE: Meditation
Mecurial dissonance fed by the fires of raw passion through the psyche unexplained. My repetoire is a collection of RPG-inspired video game soundtracks, piano composition of classical & romantic influence, Ambient and Progressive Electronica (including its sub-genres), Rock / Metal and beyond. Without boundries, I embrace the musical spectrum as a whole, and as an inventor, I create an alchemy of my own, fusing organic with the electronically orgasmic.
Self-Disciplined. Without formal training. Into The Fray. This is Josh Kreydatus, composer and pianist. Josh, or as he prefers, Kreydatus - currently resides in Cambridge, MA where he works a part-time job in a record store, and full-time in his own world of music and hysterics. The pulse and the composer, Josh began his studies at the piano at the age of 16, and developing the craft of composition as quickly as he began tutoring himself. Improvisation at the piano has quickly became a staple in Josh''s style, and is the prime forte of his nature. For nearly 8 years now, Josh has performed for various high school functions, showcasing his original compositions for piano and also his role as a piano accompanist for Carl Orff''s "Carmina Burana". On the date of January 24, 2003, Josh performed a self-promoted show at the Willard Memorial Chapel, in Auburn NY - featuring the material of "Into The Fray" - his solo persona. This was the last show to be perfomed in his home town, before relocating to Boston, MA in 2004. Aside from a plethora of scores composed predominatly for piano and orchestra, Josh is also an avid electronica artist. He has scored numerous orchestral-fused electronica pieces which has earned him the reputation as one of the most versatile composers in the underground of Boston. Josh cites that romantic and classical composers, such as Beethoven and Chopin are of prominent influence on his style but definetly not limited to. Of the obscure origin, ambiguous artists, notably the norweigan electronic entity, Ulver are among the many acts he admires for their genius in intellectual and introspective design. As a collaborative artist, Josh works with another composer, Ben Cantill, and together they produce improvisational electronic soundscapes. Experimenting with the styles of IDM, Ambient, Glitch, Drum + Bass, Orchestra & Piano, their exhibitions are powerful and dynamic, for everything is improvised, sampled, recycled, and manipulated - layers upon layers building into explosions of euphoria, followed by the calm. With as many collaborations and projects currently being juggled, Josh is currently in the market for a position in the media arts - composing for minor and major video game companies.