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    More Woodwind Fun from Brian Sadler

    Brian Sadler has submitted another piece called "Scherzo No. 1."

    http://www.garritan.com/mp3/bs-scherzo1.mp3

    Another great use of the GO woodwinds (and Brian is a trombone player!) The instrumentation is Solo Flute Vib, Modern Oboe Ens., Clarinet Ens.1 , Bass Clarinet Ens 1, Bassoon Ens1, Piccolo Trumpet Solo Vib, French Horn Overlay F, Trombone Ens 1, Basic Orch Perc, Violin Short and Sus 1, Cello Pizz, and Bass Pizz.

    Brian will be applying to conservatory to further his music studies.

    Great work Brian! Thanks for sharing this with us.


    Gary Garritan


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    Re: More Woodwind Fun from Brian Sadler

    Actually, I'm not a student yet. I play in the Navy band down at Bangor Subbase in Silverdale, WA. I've been enlisted for about 4 1/2 years and I'm due to get out next summer. Thanks again for posting for me!
    B

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    Another strong piece, Brian, and beautifully executed once again!

    David
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    Brian - http://northernsounds.com/forum/showthread.php?t=39367
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    Very nice - classic development! You'll find counterpoint easy - good luck at the conservatory!

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    Awesome the way in which the woodwinds sound so alive and bright in you piece! This is really nice to listen to on a Monday morning!
    Cool. Ha! Perfect ending!
    Styxx

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    Re: More Woodwind Fun from Brian Sadler

    Way to go, Dude! Nice writing. Reminds me of some of the dances by great Russian composers.

    Thanks for posting your enjoyable music.

    My best,

    Larry A.
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    Re: More Woodwind Fun from Brian Sadler

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    Way to go, Dude! Nice writing. Reminds me of some of the dances by great Russian composers.

    Thanks for posting your enjoyable music.

    My best,

    Larry A.
    Actually, the middle sections with the chords (without the sixteenth note solos) does sound a lot like Russian Easter Overture by Tchikovsky (spelling?). Purley accidental of course.

    Glad everyone likes it!
    Brian

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    Re: More Woodwind Fun from Brian Sadler

    An excellent, strong piece. Fantastic work. You've done it again with your woodwind skills . Keep them going on!!
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    Re: More Woodwind Fun from Brian Sadler

    Fantastic, Brian! I'll second the comments on a superb development. (Russian Easter Overture - N. Rimsky-Korsakov)
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    Re: More Woodwind Fun from Brian Sadler

    Quote Originally Posted by valhalx
    Fantastic, Brian! I'll second the comments on a superb development. (Russian Easter Overture - N. Rimsky-Korsakov)
    Bill

    Oh that's right, Rimsky-Korsakov did write Russian Easter. You know what I mean.

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