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    Fellow Musicmakers,

    This is my "Clarinet Study #06" in A minor, relative to the key of C Major...no sharps or flats. (Well maybe a G sharp from time to time.)

    It is from a series of "exercises" that I have written for almost every instrument in the orchestra.

    Best regards to all,

    Larry G. Alexander (boy composer)


    http://www.alexandermusic.com/resour...netStudy06.mp3
    Larry G. Alexander
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    Re: "Clarinet Study #06"

    Well, here's another keeper! I gotta say, though same may disagree, I hear shades of Mahler mixed with Bach. Outstanding piece!
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    Quote Originally Posted by valhalx
    Well, here's another keeper! I gotta say, though same may disagree, I hear shades of Mahler mixed with Bach. Outstanding piece!
    Thanks, but it's all Alexander.

    I appreciate your kind comments.

    Regards,

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    Larry,

    NICE work! I like your clarinet solos - but when your harpsichord comes in, it makes it that much better.

    Well done, SIR!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry W.
    Larry,

    NICE work! I like your clarinet solos - but when your harpsichord comes in, it makes it that much better.

    Well done, SIR!

    Jerry Wickham
    ...and thank you, Sir.

    My best,

    Larry A.
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    Hey master Larry,
    you have a great "musical fantasy", and also your music is really funny, perhaps I don't know if a clarinettis making this exercise might say the same thing.
    My congratulations to all your piece!!!
    Best,
    Roberto

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    You’re not serious now are you Larry? You can’t put this up here and expect to get any sort of response with out a hoot and a holler!
    I have to ask you … you must be retired right? Where do you find enough time to even think of all of these cool pieces! I’ll say, the best part is the uplifting theme most of them have. I look forward (and sometimes backward) to hearing your new works.
    Kind of reminds me of the Schmeggie Brothers.
    Nice gliss at the end.
    Styxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by beach
    Hey master Larry,
    ...and also your music is really funny...

    Best,

    Roberto
    Funny? Perhaps that word has a different meaning in Italian than it does in English. If you said that my music is "fun", I could accept that but "funny" means laughable and I really don't believe that you meant that, did you?

    Thank you...I guess.

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    Re: "Clarinet Study #06"

    Quote Originally Posted by Styxx
    You’re not serious now are you Larry? You can’t put this up here and expect to get any sort of response with out a hoot and a holler!
    I have to ask you … you must be retired right? Where do you find enough time to even think of all of these cool pieces! I’ll say, the best part is the uplifting theme most of them have. I look forward (and sometimes backward) to hearing your new works.
    Kind of reminds me of the Schmeggie Brothers.
    Nice gliss at the end.
    I don't think that I have heard of the Schmeggie Brothers. Are they a household name?

    Thanks, Mikey. No, I am not retired. I write quickly.

    Retards,

    Larry Graham Alexander
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    I apologize Larry, but what I wanted to say is that your music is absolutely fun and pleasant. I have mis-interpretated the meaning of funny. I am so sorry.
    Anyway congratulations for your exercises!!!!
    Sorry again,
    Roberto

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