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    "Gigue Number Six In D"


    This is my "Gigue Number Six In D" ​for string orchestra.

    Best regards to everyone.

    Larry Graham Alexander


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    Re: "Gigue Number Six In D"

    Hi Larry,

    The first measures of the main time are somewhat misleading and give the impression that you would start a well known song... But then comes in the talented Larry with his endless rich imagination to create this wonderful gigue. This is as you know my cup of tea. I've enjoyed every note of it.

    Thanks for sharing the gigue!
    Jos
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    http://www.joswyl.be compositions and sampling practices

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    Re: "Gigue Number Six In D"

    Hi Larry,

    I enjoyed your Gigue Number 6 In D!

    Interesting departures from the main theme.




    Phil

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    Re: "Gigue Number Six In D"

    Quote Originally Posted by Max Hamburg View Post
    Hi Larry,

    The first measures of the main time are somewhat misleading and give the impression that you would start a well known song... But then comes in the talented Larry with his endless rich imagination to create this wonderful gigue. This is as you know my cup of tea. I've enjoyed every note of it.

    Thanks for sharing the gigue!
    Jos

    Thanks, Jos, for your input.

    Best,

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Gigue Number Six In D"

    Quote Originally Posted by fastlane View Post
    Hi Larry,

    I enjoyed your Gigue Number 6 In D!

    Interesting departures from the main theme.

    Phil

    It is good to hear from you Bro Phil.

    Thanks, my friend.

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Gigue Number Six In D"

    First half sounds like a lovely "logdans" music. This is a Swedish concept, in the countryside during summer people gather in the barns to have a swinging dance, listening to a small ensemble of strings and accordion playing folky music. Really good music. Then second half your piece changes mood towards more bachian baroque style with tendency of fugue format
    All in all, it makes it very interesting and enjoyable.

    Kjell

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    Re: "Gigue Number Six In D"

    Quote Originally Posted by kjelleman View Post
    First half sounds like a lovely "logdans" music. This is a Swedish concept, in the countryside during summer people gather in the barns to have a swinging dance, listening to a small ensemble of strings and accordion playing folky music. Really good music. Then second half your piece changes mood towards more bachian baroque style with tendency of fugue format
    All in all, it makes it very interesting and enjoyable.

    Kjell
    I am pleased that you like it, Kjell. Thanks for responding.

    Larry G. Alexander

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