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    Mount Olympia

    This is a necessary reduction in instrumentation in ordder to have it recorded.
    I attempted to load this last fall and it didn't work.
    This is a one=of=a=kind.
    gary

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    Rather a soothing background, Gary, that tends
    to lull one gently toward slumber.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Gary,
    I think this work would be perfect for an animation or scenic type film. It has a soft feel at first with playful touches here and there. What other instruments did you have to take out? Is this more of a personal choice or technical irritant? Unfortunately, I have written around the short comings of my equipment; but to my surprise it always forces me to think differently about an approach to composing. Anyway, great work ...

    Michael
    "...Wiktor's a Jekyll-Hyde personality..." - Lycos Music
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    Re: Mount Olympia

    Hi Michael,
    I have to constantly reduce instrumentation because of too low
    memory for GPO. I just finished, for example, the intermezzo from Holst's
    Suite in Eb for Band. It sounds great when I use just woodwinds or
    brass, but becomes distorted when all instruments are playing.
    I just purchased a new computer in August, 05, so I'll just have
    to save the works until I get more memory.
    I have a mini mac with over a Gig in memory.
    Gary

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