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    Bagatelle

    After just sadness, I decided to have some fun with this. (All GPO4).

    Ted

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    Really good, Ted, and a great demonstration of what is possible with "just" GPO4. I can't wait to hear what GPO5 sounds like in the hands of such a master! Enjoyed it very much.

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    Thanks Michael, but I am faaaar away from being a "master".
    Looking forward to GPO5, was looking yesterday at other Orchestral programs available, and attainable with my budget, and did not find anything which would be strikingly better than GPO4.
    A beautiful fall day here in Ontario, wish you have the same in Main..

    Thanks again,

    Ted

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    Hi Ted,

    I'm always glad to hear another marvel by your skilful hand. You did again honour to the GPO library. What you perform with the strings (which tend to have the name to be difficult to handle) is fantastic. A good composition full of inner tension and emotion, expressed in powerful lines, modestly accentuated by the timpani. Wonderful.

    I'm for sure one of your admirers!

    Max

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    Then, Max, it is the mutual admiration society, as you know, I truly admire your work,
    thanks
    Ted

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    VEEEERY GOOD!

    You made GPO strings sound better than one would expect.
    That's because you are a composer gifted of talent and taste —
    there are things no sample library can give you.
    Love the blend with other sections from 00:30 on.
    Fabio
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    Re: Bagatelle

    Thank you, thank you Fabio:

    I agree that up till 30 it is kind of minimalist, but that is how it started,and I left it, because I liked it. It often happens to me, that a melody or even a chord generates something I like, and then I like to elaborate on this with something else,
    Thanks for your hardly deserved compliments.
    Two more weeks and I am flying to Mexico till May. By the way, there is a biweekly flight from Milan to Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.... Just saying.... I am only 40 km from Merida...on the beach....Tequila.. ChitzenItza...etc.

    Ted

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedvanya View Post
    Two more weeks and I am flying to Mexico till May. By the way, there is a biweekly flight from Milan to Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.... Just saying.... I am only 40 km from Merida...on the beach....Tequila.. ChitzenItza...etc.
    Thanks Ted, not now: we are just starting with fog and light rainy days here in Milan. Can't miss it.
    Fabio
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    You must be a masochist, Haha..
    Ted

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    Nice job, Mister Ted. Pretty oboe work near the beginning. Great job overall.

    Thanks for posting.

    My best to you.

    Old Larry Alexander

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