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    RK Lesson 10- ORCHESTRAL VIGNETTE No. 3

    Just another little bit of a plug for the free Rimsky-Korsakov on-line instruction. I've been sketching out some quickie "orchestral vignettes" just for fun as I have a chance (not enough of them lately!) to scan through the lessons myself. This one is inspired by the concepts from Lesson 10.

    Orchestral Vignette No. 3: http://www.dannywilliamsmusic.com/RKLesson10.mp3

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    Re: RK Lesson 10- ORCHESTRAL VIGNETTE No. 3

    These vignettes you've been doing are quite
    accomplished, Danny, and this one is another
    beauty. The skill in orchestration is a real
    pleasure to hear -- but Danny, it's the writing,
    too... just lovely.

    Thank you for another one.

    Danny, I certainly hope you'll think of taking
    these further. You have a clear and distinctive
    voice... and it's a fine one, at that, I must say.

    David
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    Re: RK Lesson 10- ORCHESTRAL VIGNETTE No. 3

    Very enjoyable piece. The writing, as David pointed out, is quite accomplished. Perhaps you can bundle these pieces as a suite when you're finished.
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    Re: RK Lesson 10- ORCHESTRAL VIGNETTE No. 3

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    These vignettes you've been doing are quite
    accomplished, Danny, and this one is another
    beauty. The skill in orchestration is a real
    pleasure to hear -- but Danny, it's the writing,
    too... just lovely.

    Thank you for another one.

    Danny, I certainly hope you'll think of taking
    these further. You have a clear and distinctive
    voice... and it's a fine one, at that, I must say.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    David

    You are a constant, unwavering source of support and encouragement not only for me, but for virtually every contributor to this forum. As always and once again, my gratitude.

    Danny

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    Re: RK Lesson 10- ORCHESTRAL VIGNETTE No. 3

    Quote Originally Posted by valhalx
    Very enjoyable piece. The writing, as David pointed out, is quite accomplished. Perhaps you can bundle these pieces as a suite when you're finished.
    Bill
    Bill

    Thanks to you also for the kind words; and the suggestion for putting them together as a suite sounds pretty interesting! I'm definitely going to keep that idea in mind.

    Danny

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    Re: RK Lesson 10- ORCHESTRAL VIGNETTE No. 3

    Bill's on the mark about making a suite of these, Danny.

    The other two, also superb, along with this one and
    maybe one or two more... a bit more development of
    them, perhaps -- and I think they'd come together into
    quite a stunning suite.

    Thinking back on the prior two, I might add that, in
    terms of content, style, and voice, they'd all seem
    almost to be intended in that direction to begin with.

    My best,

    David
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    Re: RK Lesson 10- ORCHESTRAL VIGNETTE No. 3

    Danny,

    Hey, very lovely work, so sensitive and expressive. And great orchestral rendering. I agree with the idea of a suite of these. The GPO certainly is a part of the final production as well.

    Gary

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    Re: RK Lesson 10- ORCHESTRAL VIGNETTE No. 3

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    Bill's on the mark about making a suite of these, Danny.
    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBric
    Hey, very lovely work, so sensitive and expressive. And great orchestral rendering. I agree with the idea of a suite of these. The GPO certainly is a part of the final production as well.

    Gary
    Thanks again, David. You're right about developing them more if they were to be part of a legimate suite -- if my brain can handle it!. I just might give it a shot, though.

    Gary, thanks to you too. And you're absolutely right; the GPO itself is just so fun to play with, it's not too terribly difficult to occasionally stumble across something compositionally that sounds halfway decent. It's my favorite toy (along with JABB, of course)!

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