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    short symphonic demo

    I found this old score, and decided to do a few pages to see how it might sound in GPO/Finale

    http://evensongmusic.net/audio/dalliertest.mp3

    This is the first 5 pages of Henri Eduoard Dallier's Symphonie op. 50

    I'm not sure I want to slog through all 120+ pages of this - it's not really THAT memorable of music, but the SOUNDS came out so well I thought y'all might enjoy hearing it!

    Cheerio,

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    Re: short symphonic demo

    The rendering on this is nicely done, Jonathan, fine work!

    You already know my opinion on the piece... lol. But hey, vigorous and extended exercise is said to be very healthy for you.

    You certainly do have a truly vast archive of the obscure. Again, I think we all owe you a debt for bringing some of this little known music forward!

    All my best,

    David
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    Re: short symphonic demo

    LOL

    I do know your opinion on this one....

    I tend to agree, and think that maybe I'll not spend lots of time on finishing it for now...

    Thanks for listening and commenting, though!


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    Re: short symphonic demo

    Very nice rendering of this. I want to thank you for revealing these obscure scores. Its nice to have someone who specializes in "lost" music.
    Quote Originally Posted by giwro_jon
    I'm not sure I want to slog through all 120+ pages of this -
    Take heart, I slogged through Bruckners 3rd. (What was I thinking?)
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    Re: short symphonic demo

    Quote Originally Posted by valhalx
    Very nice rendering of this. I want to thank you for revealing these obscure scores. Its nice to have someone who specializes in "lost" music.
    Take heart, I slogged through Bruckners 3rd. (What was I thinking?)
    Bill
    Thanks for the compliment

    Hehe...

    Gotta tell you - some of the "lost" music oughtta just STAY lost.

    I'm happy to bring some of the better stuff to light, though... and I might actually finish this one someday, if only to prove it can be done. Right now I have stuff more worthy of being heard that is languishing on my desk, so...


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