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    Swinging Telemann

    Another attempt to 'catch' swinging baroque music in samples. That kind of music has the advantage that the original score leaves many ways open for interpretation and instrumentation. This is however in the original setting, but with some free adaptation of rhythm and dynamics. Even the bowing techniques and articulations are subject to free choices. When listening to various performances and recordings, so many different approaches turn up. That's really the beauty of the compact writing style of 18the century music.

    Libraries: VSL Chamber Orchestra + GPO oboe
    All entries and tweaking in Notion, mixing and effects in Logic Pro X

    I hope you enjoy it!

    Harlequinade (by G.F. Telemann)

    Max

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    Re: Swinging Telemann

    Hi Max,

    the wife asked me when entering the musicroom: "what are you doing?" "Nothing", I replied, "just swinging with Telemann". "Telewho?" "Yes", not Telewho, but Telemann."



    Raymond

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    Re: Swinging Telemann

    Beautiful sounds, incredible work, truly a pleasure to listen, thanks Max

    Ted

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    Re: Swinging Telemann

    Thanks, Raymond and Ted for passing by and listening!

    Max

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    Re: Swinging Telemann

    My brain lit up when it got wind of what was in store after reading your text intro - It's always an incredible treat when you post music here, Max. This is simply scrumptious - Enjoyed it immensely.

    Randy

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    Re: Swinging Telemann

    the wife asked me when entering the musicroom: "what are you doing?" "Nothing", I replied, "just swinging with Telemann". "Telewho?" "Yes", not Telewho, but Telemann.
    Dr. Who?

    Definitely not your mainstream Telemann but such a pleasure to listen to. Nicely done.
    [Music is the Rhythm, Harmony and Breath of Life]
    "Music is music, and a note's a note" - Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong

    Rich

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    Re: Swinging Telemann

    Ahhh! A nice happy piece Max. Kind of sounds renaissance-like to me! Must be the harpsichord! Thanks for sharing a nice soothing composition. I enjoyed it.

    Cheers,

    Richard

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