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    Yucatan Divertimento1

    Maybe someone will like this?
    All Garritan, Sonar X3, Sonitus effects

    Happy New Year, whoever is still here..


    https://app.box.com/s/rxiytzf7ymeous85alr4

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    Re: Yucatan Divertimento1

    Quote Originally Posted by tedvanya View Post
    Maybe someone will like this?
    All Garritan, Sonar X3, Sonitus effects

    Happy New Year, whoever is still here..


    https://app.box.com/s/rxiytzf7ymeous85alr4
    Gorgeous, sumptuous, vista, - a moment of serenity presented in a soul pleasing package. I liked it - a lot.

    Tom

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    Re: Yucatan Divertimento1

    Nice pastoral one, Mister Ted. I like it. Thanks for posting.

    Best,

    Larry Alexander

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    A pleasant sound that is easy on the ears. Good job on this. Jay

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    ¡ s u p e r b !


    (It makes me think to what has been done to Eastern Europe…)
    Fabio
    Arrigo Beyle / Milanese / Lived, wrote, loved -- Stendhal
    Being Italian is a full-time job -- B. Severgnini

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    Re: Yucatan Divertimento1

    Thanks Tom, Larry, Jay and Fabio, nice that you listened and that you are here still...

    Ted

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    Hi Ted,

    I rarely come back to the forum, but this piece was certainly worth the while. Such a lovely pastorale in an orchestration by a real craftsman. Wonderful music to relax after the hectic new year's period. And of course, a happy and healthy 2015 to you. May all your creativity be rewarding for yourself and your friends.

    If you would want to know what I've been doing lately, please pay a visit to my website (mainly the page "Some Practice").

    My Christmas contribution was this one (a reorchestration with VSL): https://app.box.com/s/4co55gwrrntb9qr9xp5f

    Kind regards,

    Max

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    Re: Yucatan Divertimento1

    Thank you Max.
    I did go to your website and among other jewels, I came across your "Running Water", which was my favored of your compositions, and enjoyed it again (and again).
    It is so sad that we are dwindling away on this Forum, the loss of Randy to the call of the stage (while wishing him the best) has shown how much of his presence glued this people together.
    Anyhow, we are plugging away at our music and enjoying it.
    Wishing you a Happy New Year and hopefully we will meet still, sometimes, on this pages.

    Ted

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    Re: Yucatan Divertimento1

    Oh, and I enjoyed the Three Kings, coming out of the blowing wind...
    Great!
    My Xmas composition was performed by a 100 strong choir. The actual performance was not recorded, but the choir practice was and the choir used it to make a promotion for the concert. (I had to write the lyrics too, poet I am not..)
    If you click on this:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aro...ature=youtu.be

    Ted

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    Hi Ted,

    This is not quite to the thread, but I really wanted to reply to your Christmas song.
    It's so beautifully set and again, it proves your mastership as to harmony and musical feel. The recording is pretty good, the choir (as in most Belgian choirs) lacks some male strength. But they do a decent job, rendering honour to the composer's intentions. Congratulations!

    (PS I've posted a revision of J.C. Bach's Cembalo Concerto, Allegro di Molto (E flat Major) today on my website.)

    Keep up the good spirit!

    Max

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