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    Mozart Horn Concerto in E flat

    Orchestra - GPO
    Soloist - JABB Trombone 1

    a guitarists good ear arrangement of an old favourite, I tried to keep the machine gun effect to a minimum but!!!!! anyway hope you enjoy

    Ray

    HORN CONCERTO in E flat
    Last edited by rayzalaf; 05-24-2007 at 06:09 AM. Reason: Re-mixed

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    Re: Mozart Horn Concerto in E flat

    nice job Ray, especially on the strings!

    Dan

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    Ray, great job on this! Heck of a fine job
    with the horn -- and a downright pedal-
    to-the metal thrilling performance!

    Loved it!

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    Re: Mozart Horn Concerto in E flat

    Ray,

    Fantastic work! You can really coax a good performance out of the JABB trombone and the string work is also superb!

    I hope you don't mind if this eventually finds its way to the demo page.

    Thanks for posting this.

    Gary Garritan

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    Re: Mozart Horn Concerto in E flat

    Thanks, Dan, David and Gary for your kind words.

    I thought this piece would have been done to death over the last few years so I didn't think about re-doing it until today.
    Gary it would be my pleasure, if it is used as a demo. I'm not fully happy with some of the held notes on the trombone but they're minor issues, I wouldn't make big changes. The reason I used trombone was, the last live rendition of this piece I heard a few years ago was played on the euphonium which I thought was great. The wide bore of the above does sound rounder than the narrower bore of the trombone but from your comments it must be ok!

    Cheers

    Ray

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    Re: Mozart Horn Concerto in E flat

    Quote Originally Posted by rayzalaf
    Thanks, Dan, David and Gary for your kind words.

    I thought this piece would have been done to death over the last few years so I didn't think about re-doing it until today.
    Gary it would be my pleasure, if it is used as a demo. I'm not fully happy with some of the held notes on the trombone but they're minor issues, I wouldn't make big changes. The reason I used trombone was, the last live rendition of this piece I heard a few years ago was played on the euphonium which I thought was great. The wide bore of the above does sound rounder than the narrower bore of the trombone but from your comments it must be ok!

    Cheers

    Ray
    Ray,

    Great job on this piece. I was unware that Mozart wrote a concerto for the T-Bone I guess my musical horizon is expanded (or expended!) each time I visit this place!!

    Gary

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    Excellent as usual Ray. Did you play all the instruments in on the keyboard?

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    Ray,
    What a hoot! Very enjoyable rendition. I must admit, I had misgivings about using a 'bone but you pulled it off beautifully!
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    Re: Mozart Horn Concerto in E flat

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBric
    Ray,

    Great job on this piece. I was unware that Mozart wrote a concerto for the T-Bone

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    Gary,
    I'm surprised at you not knowing that. 'Course the one example made by the soloist here was buried with him and it took some time for someone else to come up with such a dum idea.
    Hi!!!!!

    Ray

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    Re: Mozart Horn Concerto in E flat

    Quote Originally Posted by js33
    Excellent as usual Ray. Did you play all the instruments in on the keyboard?
    Joe,
    In a word! NO!!!!!
    My keyboard skills are just about novice level. I do use keyboard to input notes and chords but this is always followed by tweeking positioning and note lengths in the DAW. I don't have to tell you, the scored note length and positioning are only guides for where they really are, to make music. Also the adjustments in timing throughout the piece help. In fact I ignore most original note length to a degree, prefering to use my ear to detemine how long the sampled notes best suit the mix.

    Thanks for asking.

    Ray

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