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    First full composition (finally), "A Lullaby"

    Hey guys finally got my first full piece done. There still so much to learn and tweak with GPO. I find that through GPO studio the piece comes out decent. ."

    My wife says it's her favorite piece so far and I'm likely to oblige. Hope you think so too.

    Hopefully now that I got SONAR from my little brother as an anniversary gift, I can make it sound more musical and work with the dynamics a bit.

    Regardless, hope you enjoy. Let me know what you think and i'm open to suggestions.

    http://www.thesingingkettle.com/Music/Lullaby.mp3 (9.12MB)


    I want to add some percussion like glockenspiells and others but I can't quite figure that out yet.

    I recorded it through GPO Studio and overture. I'm sure a sequencer would help.

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    Re: First full composition, "A Lullaby"

    Congratulations! Sounds like you got an awful lot of it figured out - you get very nice sound out of the program. It's a lovely piece. Your wife has good taste!

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    Very nice work especially since it's a first! Will be looking for more.
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    Re: First full composition, "A Lullaby"

    Thanks guys! Yes it is my first venture into full composition. I've done small themes on the piano but have no eperience with orchestration.


    Thanks hope to hear more.

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    Re: First full composition, "A Lullaby"

    That's superb, Superb! Nice sound and very pretty. I look forward to other works by you in the future.

    Best regards,

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    That is a lovely piece with some nice movement in the parts.I loved the tender coda. For a first effort,that is quite an achievement.
    Can't wait to hear the next one.
    regards

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    Re: First full composition, "A Lullaby"

    Quote Originally Posted by joaz
    That is a lovely piece with some nice movement in the parts.I loved the tender coda. For a first effort,that is quite an achievement.
    Can't wait to hear the next one.
    regards
    SHeesh!!

    Wonderful piece of music. Hard to believe it is your first one on GPO!

    Great job. Let's hear more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joaz
    That is a lovely piece with some nice movement in the parts.I loved the tender coda. For a first effort,that is quite an achievement.
    Can't wait to hear the next one.
    regards
    Yes the second half of the piece is enriched of good timbric and musical intuitions. It's a promising sample of compositional talent. Bravo

    Please go on.

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    Re: First full composition, "A Lullaby"

    Superb,

    Your melodies and orchestration are great. Very sweet, charming piece.

    Thanks, Karl

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    Re: First full composition, "A Lullaby"

    Thanks Larry, Jerry, Fabio, Karl,


    I'ts nice to hear those fine comments. Especially the orchestration bits and the nice "Compostional Talent" From Fabio.

    Really inspires to do more when I can. Espescially nice to here from the veterans around here. Garritan? I know you wanted to hear the full product.

    Thanks again. Keep teh comments coming.
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