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    "Flutecake"

    This is my "Flutecake" for solo flute, harpsichord and small orchestra.

    Best regards to everyone.

    Larry Alexander

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    Re: "Flutecake"

    The best medicine against all "Halloween-Horror-Movies" tonight. Joyful piece, Larry. Great flute !!

    Greetings,


    Raymond

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    Re: "Flutecake"

    It is only 8 degrees here today, raining steady, so your flute was a welcome sunshine to me. Thanks

    Ted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62 View Post
    The best medicine against all "Halloween-Horror-Movies" tonight. Joyful piece, Larry. Great flute !!

    Greetings,


    Raymond
    Thanks, Mister Raymond from the land of tulips.

    Best,

    Larry Alexander

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    Re: "Flutecake"

    Quote Originally Posted by tedvanya View Post
    It is only 8 degrees here today, raining steady, so your flute was a welcome sunshine to me. Thanks

    Ted
    That's too cold for this old man, eh.

    Good to hear from you, Mister Ted. My best to you.

    Larry Alexander

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    Re: "Flutecake"

    Larry, you excel in the invention of memorable and enjoyable musical ideas! Flutecake was a joy, indeed! Is that the beautiful Garritan solo flute?

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    Re: "Flutecake"

    Although some baroque vibrations here and an unusual setting we all recognize the Larry Alexander signature in this beautiful and relaxing excellent piece of music.
    Thanks Larry

    Kjell

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    Quite enjoyable. The harpsichord part is really grand, you go from a traditional harpsichord style, to something a bit different.. Flute excellent. Very nice 'weaving' together of motifs and parts..

    excellent

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    Re: "Flutecake"

    Dear Larry,

    A flutecake (forgive me my misreading at first the title. I read "flut-cake", which in my dialect would mean: a rotten, very bad cake.... I would have been enormously surprised that you would serve us such a misfit. Thank God you served us a very pleasant, nice tasting cake in your usual inspired way with the so delightful Garritan flute (which I still love most from all the GPO library). Your very personal approach is always a merry mix of classical styles and personal touch, which makes one happy, the inimitable Larry Alexander style.
    They should prepare a huge statue for you with the inscription: "L.A. who made people enjoy music!"

    Thanks,
    Jos
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    Re: "Flutecake"

    Hi Larry,

    I enjoyed your Flutecake. As usual there is such a joy in this music.

    I woke up to a very rare early November snow this morning which lasted until early afternoon. Maybe more on the way.




    Phil

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