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    "Study #02" for piano and orch.

    Muzikvolkes,

    Here is my "Study #02" for piano and small orchestra.

    Regards to all,

    Larry A.


    http://www.mydocsonline.com/pub/larr...anoStudy02.mp3
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    As usual Larry,
    a very pleasant and nice composition!!
    You have always my congratulations.

    Best,
    Roberto

    P.S. Which are GPO patches here in this composition, the piano and...?

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    Re: "Study #02" for piano and orch.

    Quote Originally Posted by beach
    As usual Larry,
    a very pleasant and nice composition!!
    You have always my congratulations.

    Best,
    Roberto
    Thanks very much. You are one of my best "boosters" and I appreciate that.

    The flute, timpani and some of the brass are GPO.

    My best to you,

    Larry A.
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    A really neat piece of writing Larry although I would like to hear it renditioned more realistically and with more dynamics in volume, timbre and timing......but hey!, I understand if you did that you wouldn't be able to turn out your songs so quickly! The strings in particular sound very synthy for some reason.....not at all like the usual GPO fair....reminds me of a Technics U90! (before your time!)

    Other than that, as I say, nice music.

    All the best from Southern England.

    Frank

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    Re: "Study #02" for piano and orch.

    Thanks.

    Regards,

    Larry
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    Re: "Study #02" for piano and orch.

    Nice work; I enjoyed the really bright, straightforward harmonies... kinda refreshing, actually. And the rhythmic chords around :30 (repeated later too) are good.

    I also agree with the comment above that the strings sound a little "synthy" at :44, for example. But you may have been intending that sound for this cue, perhaps.

    Nice, direct, forward sound. I liked it.

    Steve
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    Re: "Study #02" for piano and orch.

    Thank you, Steve. I appreciate your comments.

    Regards,

    Larry A.
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    Re: "Study #02" for piano and orch.

    I must say Larry, this is a particularly good one. Ditto the comment on the chords at :30 but I was impressed with the episode beginning at 3:00. Herr Ludwig would have kissed you. Well, maybe just said Bravo. At any rate, well done ol' chap!
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    Thanks, Valhalla, ol' bean. It's good to hear from a fellow Ludie lover.

    My best,

    Larry A.
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    Re: "Study #02" for piano and orch.

    Ahh!

    Refreshing!

    This music gives me images of summer day sitting in the garden having a glass of ice cold lemonade.

    I like it, although I have to agree with the others on the strings. Why didn't you use GPO strings?

    -Chris

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