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Scott Brickman writes: "What I perceive in my compositions and what listeners hear is not always the same. What is most important to me is that I enjoy the total experience, writing, rehearsing, hearing, what I compose, and that both listeners and performers find some meaningful musical experience from my work. I would describe my music as modernist. Performers have told me that there is a sense of play to much of my music and also that tempo is much more important in my compositions than that of other composers. Because I am interested in modernism, pitch, including melody/motives, harmony, counterpoint and tonal areas (in the most loose sense of the word tonal) has been a primary concern of mine. Almost all of my music uses ordered 12-tone rows, but in an unorthodox and idiosyncratic manner. Almost all of my music is octatonic based. Since 2002 when I began writing electroacoustic music and orchestral music in 2006, color, pacing, and musical space have been increasing concerns of mine. I have tried to explain to many people how watching football (soccer) and the way players use the pitch (field) is musically suggestive to me."