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    "Eine Kleine Tagmuzik" ('A Little Day Music') and "Grand Processional"

    All,

    Here are a couple of my works featuring the magnificent original Garritan organs.

    "Eine Kleine TagMuzik" ('A Little Day Music')

    "Grand Processional"

    Take care.
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Eine Kleine Tagmuzik" ('A Little Day Music') and "Grand Processional"

    Fantastic organ piece! I have to admit with the release of the Pipe Organ library I had no interest as I was fairly satisfied with GPO's organ samples. However, this instrument has some real force behind it!

    Always impressed by your counterpoint skills. You should consider posting some tips sometime. Call them, "Counterpoint Points."

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    Re: "Eine Kleine Tagmuzik" ('A Little Day Music') and "Grand Processional"

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Bendshadler View Post
    Fantastic organ piece! I have to admit with the release of the Pipe Organ library I had no interest as I was fairly satisfied with GPO's organ samples. However, this instrument has some real force behind it!

    Always impressed by your counterpoint skills. You should consider posting some tips sometime. Call them, "Counterpoint Points."
    These instruments are a part of the original Garritan Personal Orchestra. They are not the latest sampled organs.

    Thanks for listening and replying.

    Regards,
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Eine Kleine Tagmuzik" ('A Little Day Music') and "Grand Processional"

    Definitely your voice. Another couple of fine works that made for enjoyable listening.

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    Re: "Eine Kleine Tagmuzik" ('A Little Day Music') and "Grand Processional"

    Quote Originally Posted by RichardMc View Post
    Definitely your voice. Another couple of fine works that made for enjoyable listening.
    Thanks, Mister 'Big Apple' man for the good words.

    Regards,
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Eine Kleine Tagmuzik" ('A Little Day Music') and "Grand Processional"

    solid organ playing--you must have had piano lessons! I really like the transition to the B section at 1:45. I can feel this piece. Good job.

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    Re: "Eine Kleine Tagmuzik" ('A Little Day Music') and "Grand Processional"

    Quote Originally Posted by dongios View Post
    solid organ playing--you must have had piano lessons! I really like the transition to the B section at 1:45. I can feel this piece. Good job.
    I'm not actually "playing" these organ pieces. I entered each note with my mouse into Sonar, my sequencer program.

    There are two compositions. To which one are you referring?

    Regards,
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Eine Kleine Tagmuzik" ('A Little Day Music') and "Grand Processional"

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander View Post
    I'm not actually "playing" these organ pieces. I entered each note with my mouse into Sonar, my sequencer program.

    There are two compositions. To which one are you referring?

    Regards,
    I was talking about the Tag Musik. Right at 1:40 you change the tonality a bit--like it. Gee, the piece really sounded hand played to me. The organ & organ playing (mousing) are great. nice composition too.

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    Re: "Eine Kleine Tagmuzik" ('A Little Day Music') and "Grand Processional"

    Quote Originally Posted by dongios View Post
    I was talking about the Tag Musik. Right at 1:40 you change the tonality a bit--like it. Gee, the piece really sounded hand played to me. The organ & organ playing (mousing) are great. nice composition too.
    Thanks for the compliments. They are appreciated.

    Welcome to the forum.

    Pasa buen dia. (Is that correcto?)
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Eine Kleine Tagmuzik" ('A Little Day Music') and "Grand Processional"

    Maestro Alexander at the Mighty Wurlitzer!---ok, not a Wurlitzer, I've just always wanted to say that.

    Organ pieces aren't my fave, it's one of the few things for which I'm a tough audience. But no problem here - You won me over within seconds. But of course you haven't failed to win me over yet with your works, Larry.

    So it's Maestro Alexander at the mighty computer mouse!

    Great stuff, Larry.

    Randy

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