Welcome to maxwellkaye.com!

Hello! I just started this website and I'm really looking forward to publicizing my compositions. If you have any suggestions, you can comment on one of my blog posts, or visit the Contact page of my site and message me. I will be happy to take suggestions!

--Maxwell

19 comments

  • KingManwich46
    KingManwich46 The Internet
    Hi Maxwell! I am very excited about this website. Your piano pieces sound great! I think you will be a great musician.

    Hi Maxwell! I am very excited about this website. Your piano pieces sound great! I think you will be a great musician.

  • Xx_Dank_Memes_xX
    Xx_Dank_Memes_xX The Deep-Dark Internet
    Hey Max. Your music is so good! I can't wait for more!!!

    Hey Max. Your music is so good! I can't wait for more!!!

  • _U_N_D_E_R_S_C_O_R_E_
    _U_N_D_E_R_S_C_O_R_E_ The INTERWEB
    Maxwell, can you make some blog posts?

    Maxwell, can you make some blog posts?

  • EKMaster
    EKMaster Internet
    Great job, bro! Keep at it! Don't let your dreams be dreams! Keep going! Noice job on the compositions! :)

    Great job, bro! Keep at it! Don't let your dreams be dreams! Keep going! Noice job on the compositions! smile

  • AWARD49
    AWARD49 The Internet
    Your Website is lit

    Your Website is lit

  • Maxwell Kaye
    Maxwell Kaye
    Guys, I love your supportive comments! I will be working on some new music in future. ;-)

    Guys, I love your supportive comments! I will be working on some new music in future. ;-)

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    hdjjxn fiwufknrijk my bathtub
    Cool webite

    Cool webite

  • ???
    ??? ???
    I am a mysterious person that normally would never post anything or else my real identity may be exposed. However, I am risking being uncovered to post this message that your compositions are amazing. Keep up the good work! ~??? PS: if anyone asks, I was never here

    I am a mysterious person that normally would never post anything or else my real identity may be exposed. However, I am risking being uncovered to post this message that your compositions are amazing. Keep up the good work!

    ~???
    PS: if anyone asks, I was never here

  • P. Raanayaree
    P. Raanayaree Internet
    Maxwell, Your work has impressed me to such a high level. Please continue the great work! ~ Paathrishah

    Maxwell,
    Your work has impressed me to such a high level. Please continue the great work!
    ~ Paathrishah

  • Jack Black
    Jack Black Hollywood CA
    OMG. I was just looking up some websites for fun and I found this one! Dude, you music is amazing, maybe you could join me in a remake for School of Rock! You are Awesome. -Pizza Steve

    OMG. I was just looking up some websites for fun and I found this one! Dude, you music is amazing, maybe you could join me in a remake for School of Rock! You are Awesome.

    -Pizza Steve

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous SRMS
    This website truly inspires me to a brand new level. I found this website in hopes of finding good music, and I have achieved this multiple times over. Thank you, Maxwell, for your amazing efforts. It has payed off evidently. I can not wait for more music to come in the very future.

    This website truly inspires me to a brand new level. I found this website in hopes of finding good music, and I have achieved this multiple times over. Thank you, Maxwell, for your amazing efforts. It has payed off evidently. I can not wait for more music to come in the very future.

  • Evan_Kaye
    Evan_Kaye Connecticut
    Nice job Maxwell! I would like to make a suggestion. Try out a symphony or concerto! It would help you learn to write for multiple instruments, and probably would turn out amazing. Certainly better than my masterpiece "I like watermelons" from 1st grade.

    Nice job Maxwell! I would like to make a suggestion. Try out a symphony or concerto! It would help you learn to write for multiple instruments, and probably would turn out amazing. Certainly better than my masterpiece "I like watermelons" from 1st grade.

  • loufairfax
    loufairfax NE Oklahoma
    My cousin is a high school friend of your dad's, and introduced me, through Facebook, of your immense talent. I've been on the piano since the age of 4, and finally had my first compositions recorded at the age of 57. I had the wonderful assistance of a University of Tulsa professor and composer, himself, to have the sound match and exceed my expectations, and now this ballet has traveled quite a bit. Even a couple from Dallas were among our first professionals to perform. Listening to this, over and over, again brings me to tears, and, as you mentioned, you'd hope to have someone playing these beautiful pieces. The first person that came to mind was Yuja Wang, who is, herself, so gifted, and also so young. The other group I thought of was, The 5 Browns, who are siblings playing on five different pianos at the same time to bring a wonderful sound to the concert hall. Of course, there is a place to hear many different talented people play music, and that's the OK Mozart Festival, just north of Tulsa in Bartlesville, which will next be performing in June, 2017. Of course, I'd be delighted to hear your music in concert, even in Dallas. Finally, my first thought that I wrote on my cousin's site about your Piano Sonata No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 1, "I sense a Grammy nomination near...WOW!!" Bravo.

    My cousin is a high school friend of your dad's, and introduced me, through Facebook, of your immense talent. I've been on the piano since the age of 4, and finally had my first compositions recorded at the age of 57. I had the wonderful assistance of a University of Tulsa professor and composer, himself, to have the sound match and exceed my expectations, and now this ballet has traveled quite a bit. Even a couple from Dallas were among our first professionals to perform.

    Listening to this, over and over, again brings me to tears, and, as you mentioned, you'd hope to have someone playing these beautiful pieces. The first person that came to mind was Yuja Wang, who is, herself, so gifted, and also so young. The other group I thought of was, The 5 Browns, who are siblings playing on five different pianos at the same time to bring a wonderful sound to the concert hall. Of course, there is a place to hear many different talented people play music, and that's the OK Mozart Festival, just north of Tulsa in Bartlesville, which will next be performing in June, 2017. Of course, I'd be delighted to hear your music in concert, even in Dallas.

    Finally, my first thought that I wrote on my cousin's site about your Piano Sonata No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 1, "I sense a Grammy nomination near...WOW!!" Bravo.

  • Maxwell Kaye
    Maxwell Kaye
    Loufairfax, I feel honored and humbled by your comments. I hope to write well enough to get some really good musicians to want to play my work. Yuja Wang would be the ultimate dream! ...But I'll keep at it no matter what. Thank you again!

    Loufairfax, I feel honored and humbled by your comments. I hope to write well enough to get some really good musicians to want to play my work. Yuja Wang would be the ultimate dream! ...But I'll keep at it no matter what. Thank you again!

  • Stephanie Muschlitz
    Stephanie Muschlitz Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
    Hello Maxwell, I have enjoyed listening to some of your compositions. I send my best wishes for success, in your future of composing, and musical endeavors. Kind regards, Stephanie Muschlitz

    Hello Maxwell,
    I have enjoyed listening to some of your compositions.
    I send my best wishes for success, in your future of composing, and musical endeavors.
    Kind regards,
    Stephanie Muschlitz

  • Anna Jernstedt
    Anna Jernstedt Greenwich, CT
    Max, you are an amazing musician! I can't wait to hear what else you compose. I loved "Shir Shalom" (hope I got the name right--if I go back to look I might lose this comment page), and "Prayers for America" has almost harpsichord sound to it. Have you ever tried a harpsichord? Aggie went to a concert of early instruments with me at Longwood Gardens years ago. They had a harpsichord from the 1700s and the woman who played it let Aggie play it. Ask her about it some time. Meanwhile, I'll let her know about your Web site. Have fun!

    Max, you are an amazing musician! I can't wait to hear what else you compose. I loved "Shir Shalom" (hope I got the name right--if I go back to look I might lose this comment page), and "Prayers for America" has almost harpsichord sound to it. Have you ever tried a harpsichord? Aggie went to a concert of early instruments with me at Longwood Gardens years ago. They had a harpsichord from the 1700s and the woman who played it let Aggie play it. Ask her about it some time. Meanwhile, I'll let her know about your Web site. Have fun!

  • Eye
    Eye Bawss
    Dear Maxwell, nice job. Dear "Jack Black", If you really were Jack Black you would know that you/he did not play pizza steve. It was that guy from pitch perfect. Trust me, I know. I watch A LOT of UG.

    Dear Maxwell, nice job.

    Dear "Jack Black", If you really were Jack Black you would know that you/he did not play pizza steve. It was that guy from pitch perfect. Trust me, I know. I watch A LOT of UG.

  • Kevin Scott
    Kevin Scott Wappingers Falls, New York
    Dear Maxwell: I came across your name via a mention of your symphony on Facebook, so I had to hear it for myself. A very accomplished work that deserves a performance with a live orchestra. I would love to see the score at some point in time, but I do hope you complete it soon. You do have a way with the form. You waxed your poetic for Brahms' first symphony on your blog page, and I'm sure we'd have a good debate on its merits and impact on music as a whole, but I am curious as to what other symphonists you admire, and which recent composers have made an impact on you as a composer. Thank you and I look forward to more of your music.

    Dear Maxwell:

    I came across your name via a mention of your symphony on Facebook, so I had to hear it for myself. A very accomplished work that deserves a performance with a live orchestra. I would love to see the score at some point in time, but I do hope you complete it soon. You do have a way with the form.

    You waxed your poetic for Brahms' first symphony on your blog page, and I'm sure we'd have a good debate on its merits and impact on music as a whole, but I am curious as to what other symphonists you admire, and which recent composers have made an impact on you as a composer.

    Thank you and I look forward to more of your music.

  • Maxwell Kaye
    Maxwell Kaye
    Hi Kevin! I really appreciate your feedback! I would love to have a live performance of my symphony (especially one of the completed work once I finish the fourth movement) but I'll probably have to look around for a little while before that happens. Out of all composers, Brahms is my favorite symphonist, but I also especially love the symphonies of Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and Bruckner, just to name a few. And let's not forget Beethoven as well! In terms of my influences, I've lately been digging the French impressionist composers (primarily Ravel and Debussy) and I think some of my more recent music may have taken on an impressionist tinge. I've also come to love the music of Saint-Saens, especially his orchestral works, which are otherworldly. Again, thank you for reaching out to me, and I'm looking forward to what's in store for the future!

    Hi Kevin! I really appreciate your feedback! I would love to have a live performance of my symphony (especially one of the completed work once I finish the fourth movement) but I'll probably have to look around for a little while before that happens.

    Out of all composers, Brahms is my favorite symphonist, but I also especially love the symphonies of Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and Bruckner, just to name a few. And let's not forget Beethoven as well! In terms of my influences, I've lately been digging the French impressionist composers (primarily Ravel and Debussy) and I think some of my more recent music may have taken on an impressionist tinge. I've also come to love the music of Saint-Saens, especially his orchestral works, which are otherworldly.

    Again, thank you for reaching out to me, and I'm looking forward to what's in store for the future!

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