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    "Woodwind Quartet In B"

    Fellow Music People,

    This is my "Woodwind Quartet In B" for flute, oboe, clarinet and bassoon with piano accompaniment. I used some 6th harmony, which is normally used mostly in jazz compositions and arrangements.

    This is in a nasty key with all of those danged #s.

    As a bonus
    here is another of my woodwind ensemble works with the same instrumentation, except there is no piano accompaniment.

    "Woodwindy"
    .

    Regards,

    Larry Alexander


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    Re: "Woodwind Quartet In B"

    Hello Larry:

    You never cease astonishing me. What a beauty of a piece, I truly enjoyed it,

    best to you

    Ted

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    Re: "Woodwind Quartet In B"

    Another charming piece from you, indeed. I must say, Sir, that I have always been impressed by your consistently high standards, given how amazingly prolific you are. It seems that I have to strain my brain for every little idea.

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    Re: "Woodwind Quartet In B"

    Quote Originally Posted by tedvanya View Post
    Hello Larry:

    You never cease astonishing me. What a beauty of a piece, I truly enjoyed it,

    best to you

    Ted
    I am happy that you like it, Mister Ted. Thanks for taking the time to have a listen down there in sunny Mexico.

    Best regards.

    Larry Alexander

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    Re: "Woodwind Quartet In B"

    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Damon View Post
    Another charming piece from you, indeed. I must say, Sir, that I have always been impressed by your consistently high standards, given how amazingly prolific you are. It seems that I have to strain my brain for every little idea.
    Thank you for the nice compliments, Mister Sean. I appreciate your interest in my musical efforts.

    Best,

    Larry Alexander

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