This is my "March Of The Tribbles".
Instrumentation: Harpsichord, synthesizers and conventional instruments.
it seems you developed a true love for the harpsichord, didn't you?
But I loved the marching sound of the orchestra you put biside.
Merry Christmas Larry!!
Larry: I enjoyed this piece--bright, imaginative, and fun!
Ah, Tribbles from Star Trek. It's safe to tell you now that I am a surgically altered Tellorite spy on a secret mission for the Klingon Empire.
Arthur J. Michaels
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All musicologists will haunt you, Larry (LOL). What a brilliant idea to combine the synth with the utmost baroque instrument. Bach's sons would have enjoyed it and be accursed by the old Bach for that. Mozart would have gone wild having these media at his disposal. And Larry, the present day baroque composer, he simply does it.
Thanks for sharing,
I have written many things that combine the sounds of synthesizers, unconventional and "standard" instruments. It's always a fun project for me to do this.
Thanks for responding, Mister Max.
Pretty cool stuff Larry, EH! Another like from me! This was very well put together, my friend. Thanks again for another piece.
Your -45 frozen Canadian snow friend,