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    An ordinary working day in the office

    Hello,

    here is an original composition that I wrote in 2012. Originally it was written for two violins, but I have now revised it for string orchestra.

    It is "program music", depicting an ordinary working day from early morning, rush hour, boring office routine, dreaming, through the evening party.

    https://virtualphilharmonic.bandcamp...orchestra-2018


    Hope you enjoy it!

    Cheers,
    Reinhold

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    Re: An ordinary working day in the office

    Good morning Reinhold,

    I'd wished such boring ordinary working days at my office. What is nice composition this is. As always you made a very professional rendition. The "flow" of the moods are nicely put together into a coherent piece. Needs a real life performance, for sure.

    Greetings,

    Raymond

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    Re: An ordinary working day in the office

    Hi Reinhold,

    I fully agree with Raymond. It is a very good composition that should be performed in the real world. I especially like the way you deal with harmonies and well chosen accents to express the underlying content. It makes the piece a lot more expressive and interesting.

    Thanks for sharing this!
    Jos
    Jos Wylin

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

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    Re: An ordinary working day in the office

    A great piece. I especially enjoyed your dynamics, beautifully mastered.
    Hello, and thanks for an enjoyable morning.

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    Re: An ordinary working day in the office

    Hello Raymond, Jos, Ted,

    thank you for your friendly and positive comments!
    I have already worked on creating a music print score of this music for string quartet, for a live quartet to play this. But it is quite tedious to get the score looking right, when the source is based on a more or less live played MIDI; it takes forever to take out the non-quantized durations... but I will keep working on it. I do agree, this music should be played by human musicians.

    Many greetings,
    Reinhold

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