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    Study No. 3 for Wind Quintet

    Hi All.
    Despite its name, this is the first in an ongoing series of studies for Wind Quintet
    I'm writing trying to override the creative deadlock of the past months.
    It is not a polished performance, but I want to share it with you as a wish for a Happy New Year
    for everyone.
    As usual, comments are welcome

    Study No.3 for Wind Quintet

    Weapons are all from GPO4:
    — Flute Solo
    — Oboe Modern 2 Solo
    — Bb Clarinet Solo
    — Bassoon 2 Solo
    — French Horn 1 Solo
    Fabio
    Arrigo Beyle / Milanese / Lived, wrote, loved -- Stendhal
    Being Italian is a full-time job -- B. Severgnini

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    Re: Study No. 3 for Wind Quintet

    Quote Originally Posted by fabiolcati View Post
    Hi All.
    Despite its name, this is the first in an ongoing series of studies for Wind Quintet
    I'm writing trying to override the creative deadlock of the past months.
    It is not a polished performance, but I want to share it with you as a wish for a Happy New Year
    for everyone.
    As usual, comments are welcome

    Study No.3 for Wind Quinet


    Weapons are all from GPO4:
    — Flute Solo
    — Oboe Modern 2 Solo
    — Bb Clarinet Solo
    — Bassoon 2 Solo
    — French Horn 1 Solo
    Fabio,

    I think you HAVE unlocked your creative deadlock here. I've been going through the same low trough of late so I can appreciate the "scaling the walls" to get out.

    Actually, I really, really, REALLY, liked this piece a lot. It just flows by you so nicely but with whimsical delight and intrigue. Such perfect balance with all the instruments and perfect acoustics. I haven't heard GPO4 woodwinds sound this good in quite awhile.

    Great composition thus far! Can't wait to hear more.

    Cass

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    Re: Study No. 3 for Wind Quintet

    Delightful, Fabio! Loved it. If this is a "creative block",
    I wouldn't mind having one, myself.

    The only technical comment I'd make is, do be sure to
    give these fellows a chance to catch their breath --
    though I think you're fairly safe, as is.

    All the best for the New Year, Fabio!



    David
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    David Sosnowski
    www.DavidSosnowski.com

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    Re: Study No. 3 for Wind Quintet

    I'm Manuel, I'm from Barcelona, I know nothing! That is, almost nothing... But what I do know is that this Wind Quintet is very promising, well equilibrated, nicely rendered and written to the instruments. As a restart, that can count as a full hit. Bravo, my dear Fabio. Manual should move to Milan. He will know a lot more!

    Max

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    Re: Study No. 3 for Wind Quintet

    Light and whimsical, this is definitely a break through in any creative gridlock you may have been experiencing, Fab. More power to you - and HAPPY NEW YEAR!

    Randy

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    Delighted. Agree with all the others suggesting a breakthrough for you..
    Very witty, smart and nice....

    Ted

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    That was a very nice composition. Very windy!!! One thing I love about Garritan instruments is there nice and unique sound, they fit into these kind of classical pieces very well, and you really nailed that classical feel in this piece. I enjoyed listening to this a lot. Thanks for sharing this.

    Regards,

    Richard

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    I think it's really good from almost all the point of view: well written and well produced.

    that's GPO at it's best, congratulations.

    (really the amount of money/worktime to get more should be incredible, this mock-up is so expressive yet)

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    Re: Study No. 3 for Wind Quintet

    Hey Fabio! I listened to your quintet and the instruments (or should I say weapons) sound very good to me. I must admit though, that the music styling is not something that I can connect with very well so I am unable to comment on the music itself. Thanks for posting. Jay

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    Re: Study No. 3 for Wind Quintet

    Dear Friends,

    thank you for the time spent listening and kindly commenting.

    I will start to think there's really something in my music!

    I also apologize for the late, short answer: this is my first afternoon
    outside of bed due to some viral disease.

    I will be back soon with a word for each one of you, but let me drop
    a big ¿Qé? to Max for his truly unexpected words.
    Fabio
    Arrigo Beyle / Milanese / Lived, wrote, loved -- Stendhal
    Being Italian is a full-time job -- B. Severgnini

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