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    Senior Member rayzalaf's Avatar
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    Badineri

    this piece is an example of flying by the seat of my pants
    I gave up trying to get it note perfect transferring listening to each part of the orchestra from the CD, note for note onto my sequencer application.
    I allow myself to think the general soundscape hides most of my sins.

    All instruments: GPO
    Badineri
    Ray Kemp
    Stirling, Scotland

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    Re: Badineri

    I really enjoyed that, Ray! An interesting treatment of a well-known piece. Good work!
    Jon

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    Re: Badineri

    Quote Originally Posted by jonray
    I really enjoyed that, Ray! An interesting treatment of a well-known piece. Good work!
    Jon
    Thankyou Jon
    I made no real attempt to make this piece note perfect, just create a live in your face performance. That's what happens when a pop musician dabbles with real music.

    Ray
    www.rayinstirling.net

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    Re: Badineri

    Well done, Ray.

    Scrupulous accuracy aside, you've captured the
    energy and essence of the piece.

    Best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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