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    "Piano Fantasy"

    Y'all,

    I hope that you like my "Piano Fantasy In E minor".

    Regards,

    Larry A.


    http://www.alexandermusic.com/resour...syInEminor.mp3
    Larry G. Alexander
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    Re: "Piano Fantasy"

    Great job on this, Larry; one of your best, I think, very solid, highly skillful writing -- and some of the subtle rhythmic interplay and cadential work is just plain inspired.

    Listened to this several times with much pleasure and appreciation.

    David
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    Re: "Piano Fantasy"

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    Great job on this, Larry; one of your best, I think, very solid, highly skillful writing -- and some of the subtle rhythmic interplay and cadential work is just plain inspired.

    Listened to this several times with much pleasure and appreciation.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    You're a mensch, David Sosnowski !

    Your comments are always very inspirational and I appreciate them. Thanks.

    My best to you,

    LGA
    Larry G. Alexander
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    Larry,
    this is very nice. You know I like the E minor tonality!!!
    This piece is extremely nice and I really enjoy it!!
    The passage starting at 2:00 it simply great for me, something like Mozart...

    Congratualtions Larry,
    you add anew great piece on mt Larry Collection!

    Thanks for sharing it with us,
    Robertp

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    Re: "Piano Fantasy"

    Larry,


    I don't know whre you get the time to composre all these peices that you've been posting. When I hear them I know that thatth cl;asics are still thriving in many composers out there.

    Really nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by beach
    Larry,
    this is very nice. You know I like the E minor tonality!!!
    This piece is extremely nice and I really enjoy it!!
    The passage starting at 2:00 it simply great for me, something like Mozart...

    Congratualtions Larry,
    you add anew great piece on mt Larry Collection!

    Thanks for sharing it with us,
    Robertp
    Grazie, Rob.

    Thank you for listening, my Italiano friend.

    Best regards,

    Larry A.
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Piano Fantasy"

    Quote Originally Posted by Superb_Tenor
    Larry,


    I don't know whre you get the time to composre all these peices that you've been posting. When I hear them I know that thatth cl;asics are still thriving in many composers out there.

    Really nice!
    Many thanks, Marco. It is Marco, isn't it?

    It's good of you to listen and comment.

    My best,

    Larry A.
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Piano Fantasy"

    Well, I have now fixed the audio problems, so that's good news.

    Anyways, I can't help but to admire the piano technique in this particular piece. It's really is amazing. Very well notated. I loved the ending chords a lot too.

    I'm going to go download your other piece, the one I had trouble with, so yeah... Excellent job!!

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    Re: "Piano Fantasy"

    Larry,

    I have to agree that this is one of your stronger works. The keyboard writing is very Scarlatti-esque (that's a compliment). I liked the re-grouping of the triple meter; you handle that quite well. At the risk of being being flamed by all the posters of this thread, may I add a small criticism? I think this piece is stronger as a piano solo, than as a concerted work with orch. It seems to me that the keyboard part is so compelling that the orchestra is not really needed. They do provide a kind of punctuation, but I guess I enjoyed the piano much more in the solo passages than in the tutti. Just a thought.

    Nice work, Larry. And very nicely realized, I should add.

    Ron

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    Re: "Piano Fantasy"

    Bravo Larry! Another superb Opus. Mozart and Scarlatti were cited here but I hear a Beethovenish bounce in the rhythm. Enjoyed this very much.
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