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    "Woodwind Quintet Number Seven"

    All,

    This is my "Woodwind Quintet Number Seven".

    Instrumentation: One each flute, oboe, Bb clarinet, bassoon and Fr. horn

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    This is really magnificent. I specially liked the flute. That bassoon is fulfilling its role in a very funny way, but still musical. And those ending bars ! Brpr, brpr, brpr, brprrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

    Thank you, Larry. All the best in the next year.

    Raymond

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62 View Post
    This is really magnificent. I specially liked the flute. That bassoon is fulfilling its role in a very funny way, but still musical. And those ending bars ! Brpr, brpr, brpr, brprrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

    Thank you, Larry. All the best in the next year.

    Raymond
    Thanks, and a Happy New Year to you, Mister Raymond!

    Larry Alexander

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    Re: "Woodwind Quintet Number Seven"

    What a happy tune. Makes me really glad to listen. Maybe one could consider, for such a long tune as this, to include a sad or melancholic intermezzo somewhere as a contrast. I appreciate the format, these instruments open up so many possibilities as you so nicely demonstrate.
    Happy new year, Larry.

    Kjell

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    Splendid, Larry!
    I guess it's an older work? (From the pre-reverb era?).You managed to put a decent portion of musical history in this one: very classical form and melody shaping, late 19th century harmony and chord connections and a very recognisable piece of ragtime (middle part). I love it. Even for potential executers it is a pleasant challenge. It's almost a perpetuum mobile.

    Well done and thanks for sharing!
    Happy New year to you and your family,

    Jos/Max
    Jos Wylin

    http://www.joswyl.be compositions and sampling practices

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    Re: "Woodwind Quintet Number Seven"

    Quote Originally Posted by kjelleman View Post
    What a happy tune. Makes me really glad to listen. Maybe one could consider, for such a long tune as this, to include a sad or melancholic intermezzo somewhere as a contrast. I appreciate the format, these instruments open up so many possibilities as you so nicely demonstrate.
    Happy new year, Larry.

    Kjell
    ...and a wonderful New Year right back to you. Thanks for listening.

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Woodwind Quintet Number Seven"

    Quote Originally Posted by Max Hamburg View Post
    Splendid, Larry!
    I guess it's an older work? (From the pre-reverb era?).You managed to put a decent portion of musical history in this one: very classical form and melody shaping, late 19th century harmony and chord connections and a very recognisable piece of ragtime (middle part). I love it. Even for potential executers it is a pleasant challenge. It's almost a perpetuum mobile.

    Well done and thanks for sharing!
    Happy New year to you and your family,

    Jos/Max
    I wrote this several years ago. I didn't have a lot of compositional and sequencing tools at the time.

    Always good to hear from you. Thanks for your message.

    Best,

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Woodwind Quintet Number Seven"

    The usual brilliance, enjoyed it, thanks for posting it.
    Happy, healthy New year

    Ted

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedvanya View Post
    The usual brilliance, enjoyed it, thanks for posting it.
    Happy, healthy New year

    Ted
    Have a wonderful New Year, Mister Ted. Thanks for listening. I always enjoy hearing from you.

    Best,

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Woodwind Quintet Number Seven"

    Larry Larry Larry! I'm feeling a little fluty after listening to this! Another great piece!

    Regards,

    Frozen Igloo Guy

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