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    Thumbs up Delibes' Pizzicato - by Monsignor Di Marco

    Monsignor Di Marco from Ponitificate University has done this splendid arrangement of he Pizzicato from the ballet 'Sylvia'. The Pizzicato from the Sylvia ballet was composed by Léo Clement-Philibert Delibes (1836-1891).

    http://www.garritan.com/mp3/ad-Delibes-Sylvia.mp3

    He uses Finale 2005 and the following GPO patches: Flute PLR1, Oboe Classical solo, BB Clarinet PLR1, Bassoon 1 PLR1, English Horn 1 solo, Vlns. 1 Pizz, Vlns. 2 Pizz, Violas Pizz, Cellos Pizz, and Basses Pizz. GPO is used in the music lab at Pontificate University Monsignor Abel Di Marco teaches.

    Thank you for sharing this with us Monsignor

    Gary Garritan

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    Re: Delibes' Pizzicato - by Monsignor Di Marco

    hmmm...


    The link appears to be broken!


    :-(

    Jonny
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    Re: Delibes' Pizzicato - by Monsignor Di Marco

    Broken link?

    Would love to hear it.

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    Re: Delibes' Pizzicato - by Monsignor Di Marco

    Sorry guys...it would help if I actually upload the file where the link points to. Too much work, not enough sleep..Joseph Burrell syndrome.

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    Re: Delibes' Pizzicato - by Monsignor Di Marco

    Sorry Gary but you did the same, three pages ago, with this:- A. Corelli's Sarabande and Gavotte - by Mons. Di Marco. I pointed it out but I guess you missed my plea re the missing link Not enough sleep old chap!

    As a former night oil burner myself, I often now quote a French philosopher who said " I have so much to do I really must go to bed!" This really struck me at the time; think about it.......

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    Re: Delibes' Pizzicato - by Monsignor Di Marco

    It's nice!

    He uses Finale 2005
    Gary - just for my selfish auto-centered egomaniac myself - was it done with HP?

    Robert

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    Re: Delibes' Pizzicato - by Monsignor Di Marco

    How come some folk are seeing this? I'm just getting a blank line where the link should be!!

    Frank

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    Re: Delibes' Pizzicato - by Monsignor Di Marco

    Quote Originally Posted by Hardy Heern
    Sorry Gary but you did the same, three pages ago, with this:
    Frank, As an former alter boy, I must still get nervous around the Monsignors.


    Gary Garritan

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    Re: Delibes' Pizzicato - by Monsignor Di Marco

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Piéchaud
    It's nice!

    Gary - just for my selfish auto-centered egomaniac myself - was it done with HP?
    Robert,

    Yes it was! Human Playback was most certainly used. You could tell just by listening .

    In the Sylvia demo:
    Style: Romantic.
    HP Preferences:
    Volume, Velocity, Start/Syop Time and Tempo: HP(Incorporate Data). Optimize for GPO: yes. Use Mod. Wheel for volume: yes. Optimize Velocities: yes (80). Reverb. Room Type: Large Hall. Override Reverb: 100%. Allow to Temp: yes. Expression Hairpin Emphasis: 50%. Solo/Accomp. Balance: 68%. Base Value for Instr. Volume: 100.

    Monsignor Di Marco sends his regards to you Robert!


    Gary Garritan

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    Re: Delibes' Pizzicato - by Monsignor Di Marco

    Thanks Gary! I was almost sure!

    My regards back to Monsignor.

    I think it would be useful if the software (and process) actually used were always specified for any posted sound file on this part of the forum.

    Robert

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