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    Talking "Mallets Aforethought"

    Y'all,

    This is my "Mallets Aforethought" (groan) featuring a little interplay between the two GPO marimbas on opposite sides of the room. I used both of the GPO marimbas to prevent any possible phasing problems.

    To my ear, both of these instruments sound very realistic.

    Regards to all,

    Larry A.


    http://www.alexandermusic.com/resour...orethought.mp3
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    Hi there Mr Larry!
    I hope you are enjoying your Labor Day!


    I too agree about these instruments in GPO, they certainly are excellent.
    I really like this piece. I can very easily visualize the two players. Even though they both have nice big beards


    Great Great Great!

    dp

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    Quote Originally Posted by DPDAN
    Hi there Mr Larry!
    I hope you are enjoying your Labor Day!


    I too agree about these instruments in GPO, they certainly are excellent.
    I really like this piece. I can very easily visualize the two players. Even though they both have nice big beards


    Great Great Great!

    dp
    Thanks, thanks, thanks!

    I had not heard any compositions utilizing the GPO marimbas, so...

    I appreciate your comments, Mr. Dan.

    Regards to you,

    Larry A.
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    Nothin' like a nice marimba tune! I love it! Nice counterpoint as usual, it's interesting all the way through! The 29th LGA piece in my collection!
    Sean Patrick Hannifin
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    Re: "Mallets Aforethought"

    Quote Originally Posted by SeanHannifin
    Nothin' like a nice marimba tune! I love it! Nice counterpoint as usual, it's interesting all the way through! The 29th LGA piece in my collection!
    People just can't live without marimba music, Mr. Sean. I was saying to myself yesterday, "Myself", I said. "I must write some marimba music."

    Thanks for collecting me.

    Regards,

    LGA
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Mallets Aforethought"

    Lar,
    Some impressive counterpoint here. Enjoyed this one a lot.
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    Nice one Larry....you always manage some clever interplay! I also enjoy your titles too.....Excellent play on words!

    I trust you're keeping in time with your ticker!

    regards

    Frank

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    Re: "Mallets Aforethought"

    Quote Originally Posted by valhalx
    Lar,
    Some impressive counterpoint here. Enjoyed this one a lot.
    Thanks, Man. I am muchly obliged to you.

    My best,

    LGA
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    Re: "Mallets Aforethought"

    Quote Originally Posted by Hardy Heern
    Nice one Larry....you always manage some clever interplay! I also enjoy your titles too.....Excellent play on words!

    I trust you're keeping in time with your ticker!

    regards

    Frank
    I enjoy wordplay, Frank. The English language is rich and versatile, isn't it?

    Thanks for listenin', old chap.

    Best regards,

    Larry A.
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    Re: "Mallets Aforethought"

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    I enjoy wordplay, Frank. The English language is rich and versatile, isn't it?

    Thanks for listenin', old chap.

    Best regards,

    Larry A.
    Me too!

    Like, you know, I mean.....yeah, I guess you're like right?

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