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    "Foursome"

    Y'all,

    Here is an all-GPO bit of close harmony. This is my "Foursome".

    GPO Instruments: Flute Solo V, Bb Clarinet, Oboe Classical Solo and two instances of Harpsichord KS (A5)

    Regards,

    LGA


    http://www.alexandermusic.com/resources/Foursome.mp3
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Larry, ya gotta stop writing so freaking fast... seems like you turn 'em out quicker than I can listen to 'em... lol.

    Cool piece, with an almost lilting swagger; and that woodwind dialogue near the end is lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    Larry, ya gotta stop writing so freaking fast... seems like you turn 'em out quicker than I can listen to 'em... lol.

    Cool piece, with an almost lilting swagger; and that woodwind dialogue near the end is lovely.

    David
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    Swagger. I like that. You have a way with words, Dave.

    Thanks and regards,

    LGA
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    Swagger. I like that. You have a way with words, Dave.

    Thanks and regards,

    LGA
    It's the alligators, Larry. They're quite eloquent; and to my good fortune, some of that has rubbed off...

    David
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    Re: "Foursome"

    Larry,
    Another amazing piece. At 0:55 this piece takes wonderful turn. I love the way you can shift the character and emotion in an instant and yet maintain continuity. Keep 'em coming. A day without Larry is like a day without coffee. (Gotta have that coffee)
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    Quote Originally Posted by valhalx
    Larry,
    Another amazing piece. At 0:55 this piece takes wonderful turn. I love the way you can shift the character and emotion in an instant and yet maintain continuity. Keep 'em coming. A day without Larry is like a day without coffee. (Gotta have that coffee)
    Thanks. At 0:55 the flute takes a rest and it's just the Bb clarinet and oboe with the harpsy.

    I 'preciate your listening.

    My best,

    LGA
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    Great Larry old man!

    It reminds me of standing on a bridge in Amsterdam while listening to For the Benefit of Mr Kite while looking through a kaleidescope.

    Marvellous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulR
    Great Larry old man!

    It reminds me of standing on a bridge in Amsterdam while listening to For the Benefit of Mr Kite while looking through a kaleidescope.

    Marvellous!
    Thanks, old bean.

    I've never been to Amsterdam and I have no idea what For the Benefit of Mr. Kite is but I appreciate your listening.

    Toodle Pip,

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    Ah, you've done it once again! This is a beautifully refreshing piece of music. Your work makes me smile all the time! Thanks for a lovely piece. Love that harpsichord! I happily add this as the 35th piece in my awesome LGA collection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    I've never been to Amsterdam and I have no idea what For the Benefit of Mr. Kite is Old Man Larry
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