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  1. #1
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    Cast your Orchestration Challenge 4 vote!


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    Re: Cast your Orchestration Challenge 4 vote!

    Thanks, Gary. We've got some great entries...this is gonna be a hard choice.

    Welcome home (I guess you're back home?).
    ;-)

    Jim Jarnagin - no not THAT Jim Jarnagin, the other one.

  3. #3

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    So hard to pick one! Considering I found out about the contest 1 day before entries were due, I'm absent this time around I'm definately going to give it my best next time though.

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    Re: Cast your Orchestration Challenge 4 vote!

    Very hard to pick one. A couple of these really jump out at me. No. 1 was so different from the way I heard it yet it seems to fit so well. So far this is ahead and I can understand why. Number 6 is the closest to the way I heard it in my head when I first heard the theme and yet it is still very different. I’m sure the composer of it wasn’t thinking along these lines, but no. 6 sounds to me like a lost scene from Close Encounters of the Third Kind, maybe as the mothership is departing, giving it’s final message through music – “’Bye you turkeys. We’ll be back in a few thousand years to see if intelligent life has emerged on this planet yet.”
    Trent P. McDonald

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    This is what I love about music. You have one thought (musical idea) and from it springs a multitude of emotions and mental images just by the way the motif is handled. I loved no. 6 because it reminded me of an Elliot Carter Quintet that I once played...energy, energy, energy!

    But, no. 7 blew me a way with passion, anxiety, gentleness and a touch of intimacy...WOW

    Great presentation all of you. I enjoyed each one for what was offered from the composer to us.

    RichR

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    Looks like every piece now has at least one vote! Which is a great way to tell the voting is terribly difficult. I still can't decide . . . I keep listening to them again and again, and almost all of them get stuck in my head. I don't know how I will decide!
    Sean Patrick Hannifin
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    "serious music" ... as if the rest of us are just kidding

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    Re: Cast your Orchestration Challenge 4 vote!

    What a close call it looks like right now!!!! That is very cool!!

  8. #8

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    Drop kick

    ...back to the first page!


    We had about 30 votes last time; maybe we can get more this time around!

    ;-)

    Jim Jarnagin - no not THAT Jim Jarnagin, the other one.

  9. #9

    Re: Cast your Orchestration Challenge 4 vote!

    Holy cow, it is close! I still can't decide . . .
    Sean Patrick Hannifin
    My MP3s | My Melody Generator | my album
    "serious music" ... as if the rest of us are just kidding

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    Re: Cast your Orchestration Challenge 4 vote!

    October 24th is this upcoming Monday . . . are you registered to vote?
    Sean Patrick Hannifin
    My MP3s | My Melody Generator | my album
    "serious music" ... as if the rest of us are just kidding

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