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    Good news

    Once in a while one can act silly.
    Goodnews is for strings (Emerald) and trumpet solo (Sam-GPO)

    https://app.box.com/s/rh61lz16ndml6g490qik

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    This was very nice to listen to Ted! I enjoyed it a lot. It has a pleasant tranquil sound to it. Thanks for posting. Was that Kirk Hunter Emerald strings that you are referring to? Jay

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    Yes, Kirk Hunter, thanks....

    Ted

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    Very nice, Mister Ted! We old dudes can surprise the younger generation, can't we? Some of them think that we fall apart at age thirty-five and then just sit in a rocking chair and drool. (OK, so I do all of my composing while sitting in a rocking chair and drooling.)

    I enjoyed this and I'm proud of you.

    Best,

    Old Larry
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    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedvanya View Post
    Once in a while one can act silly.
    Goodnews is for strings (Emerald) and trumpet solo (Sam-GPO)

    https://app.box.com/s/rh61lz16ndml6g490qik
    Act more silly!!! What a great trumpet part, really wonderful.

    As Larry says, we old dudes aren't just drooling.

    Raymond

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedvanya View Post
    Once in a while one can act silly...
    Where's the silly part? I kept waiting - No silly to be found-- But I sure heard an extremely pleasant, and disappointingly too brief piece of music, Ted!

    Randy

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    What a great piece of music to wake up to this morning Ted. Very uplifting and optimistic. Strings sound really good and unified and not to low, but right in the correct range to support the trumpet perfectly and to give the light airy feeling to the piece. Not silly, but very, very refreshing and upbeat.

    I guess Mexico is serving you well with your music, giving that "sunshine" quality to it. I'm jealous ; in fACT drooling a bit at the thought of being there. (I'm old, I'm allowed to drool!)

    Great job!,

    Cass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass Hansen View Post
    What a great piece of music to wake up to this morning Ted. Very uplifting and optimistic. Strings sound really good and unified and not to low, but right in the correct range to support the trumpet perfectly and to give the light airy feeling to the piece. Not silly, but very, very refreshing and upbeat.

    I guess Mexico is serving you well with your music, giving that "sunshine" quality to it. I'm jealous ; in fACT drooling a bit at the thought of being there. (I'm old, I'm allowed to drool!)

    Great job!,

    Cass
    Thanks Cass, don't drool, come here.
    Ted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander View Post
    Very nice, Mister Ted! We old dudes can surprise the younger generation, can't we? Some of them think that we fall apart at age thirty-five and then just sit in a rocking chair and drool. (OK, so I do all of my composing while sitting in a rocking chair and drooling.)

    I enjoyed this and I'm proud of you.

    Best,

    Old Larry
    According to your music, I judge you as 22 or 23, if you drool, you must be looking at some beautiful things...
    Thanks Old Larry,

    Ted

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbowser- View Post
    Where's the silly part? I kept waiting - No silly to be found-- But I sure heard an extremely pleasant, and disappointingly too brief piece of music, Ted!

    Randy
    The silly part is me, just did this in less than an hour....
    Thanks Maestro

    Ted

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