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Nice work on this one David - I thought it was a good listen throughout.  I thought the ending worked fine - well done.

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Very pleasant @David Sprouse, not long enough though, I did enjoy what I heard I just wanted to be greedy and hear some more ;) 

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11 hours ago, Douglas Kirby said:

Nice work on this one David - I thought it was a good listen throughout.  I thought the ending worked fine - well done.

Hi Douglas, thanks so much for listening!

 

10 hours ago, Wookiee said:

Very pleasant @David Sprouse, not long enough though, I did enjoy what I heard I just wanted to be greedy and hear some more ;) 

Hi Wookie,  I agree this should be longer.  Thanks for listening!

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The kaliope-type organ was very alive and breathy, if that's what it was? I liked the middle part especially. It all sounds quite organic.

cheers,

-Tom

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Thanks for listening Tom.  Not sure if you meant the ending (sounding like a kaliope, which it did) or tutti sections.  I rejiggered it a little to make it sound more like a real  orchestra.

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Very nice David but TOO short - i really enjoyed that but like Wookie I wanted more!!!

Cool

Nigel

 

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so see'

I had posted a response earlier

but for some reason it did not stick

what I said was,

it sound like your hands, your ears, and your imagination are having a cup of tea together

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Spanish guitar song but no guitar? Orchestration with the flute is very nice.
I like how you handled the ending with the ascending notes before landing on the final one.
-Bjorn

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great work....compositionally your music always intrigues me as the way you smoothly sonically move from bar to bar with so many instruments is the direction i would like to move towards 🎼👍👍🎶

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On 5/19/2022 at 4:43 AM, Douglas Kirby said:

thought the ending worked fine

Yep

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Very relaxing.  Would work nicely for background music for a narration type of setting.

😀John B

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Nice little piece there David.

JMO, but the flue parts were a bit overbearing (volume wise). I get that it's the "main" instrument but.... 🙂 

 

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On 5/21/2022 at 10:32 AM, Bajan Blue said:

Very nice David but TOO short - i really enjoyed that but like Wookie I wanted more!!!

Cool

Nigel

 

Nigel, thank you for lending me your ears.

 

On 5/23/2022 at 4:15 PM, Jesse Screed said:

so see'

I had posted a response earlier

but for some reason it did not stick

what I said was,

it sound like your hands, your ears, and your imagination are having a cup of tea together

Jesse, killer review, thank you!  is TV a portmanteau?

 

On 5/23/2022 at 4:28 PM, bjornpdx said:

Spanish guitar song but no guitar? Orchestration with the flute is very nice.
I like how you handled the ending with the ascending notes before landing on the final one.
-Bjorn

I should be clearer in the description.  This is a piece by Manuel Moreno-Torroba for solo guitar.  I just arranged it for orchestra. :D

 

On 5/24/2022 at 8:45 AM, Larry T. said:

great work....compositionally your music always intrigues me as the way you smoothly sonically move from bar to bar with so many instruments is the direction i would like to move towards 🎼👍👍🎶

 Thank you Larry.  These were a group of songs called Castles of Spain that Segovia popularized. 

 

On 5/27/2022 at 11:24 AM, Johnbee58 said:

Very relaxing.  Would work nicely for background music for a narration type of setting.

😀John B

John, thanks for taking the time out of your busy day to listen to my music.

 

On 5/28/2022 at 2:35 PM, Bapu said:

Nice little piece there David.

JMO, but the flue parts were a bit overbearing (volume wise). I get that it's the "main" instrument but.... 🙂 

 

Thanks, Bapu.  in orchestras do  they mic certain soloists and sections?  I've always wondered that.  For instance, solo guitar is ofter microphoned for concertos.

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David, this really takes me back to my music college days, a time when life was much simpler . . . I just don't listen to classical orchestrations enough these days, and I enjoyed this piece a lot . . . yes, I wanted it to be longer . . . but that's all Torroba wrote I guess. Your mix and rendition are excellent here.

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On 5/30/2022 at 10:08 PM, noynekker said:

David, this really takes me back to my music college days, a time when life was much simpler . . . I just don't listen to classical orchestrations enough these days, and I enjoyed this piece a lot . . . yes, I wanted it to be longer . . . but that's all Torroba wrote I guess. Your mix and rendition are excellent here.

Thanks Bruce.  I'm more into this type of stuff lately.  OTOH, I'm not much of a film buff, so don't really do film mock-ups.  It's nice having the freedom to write anything and everything one wants.

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