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    Aase's Death - by Monsignor Di Marco

    Monsignor Di Marco has sent in this arrangement of "Aase's Death" Op. 46 No. 2 by Edvard Grieg (1843 - 1907). He uses Finale 2005 and Human Playback for his renditions.

    http://www.garritan.com/mp3/ad-LaMuerteDeAse.mp3

    Monsignor Di Marco writes:

    Apreciado Gary: Lamentablemente no tengo quien me traduzca al inglés por lo que tengo que escribirle en español. Espero que no sea mucha molestia. Le envío "La muerte de Ase". GOP: V.I, V.II, Vla. Vc. y Cb. todos lush y sordina. He usado Finale 2005a y HP. Mons. Abel Di Marco Feliz Navidad y muchas gracias por sus atenciones.

    Can anyone translate this?

    Last summer Styxx posted a pdf score of this work and some of the forum members did renditions. http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/...ad.php?t=23066 Daniel also did an "Ensemble Building Tutoria" using this piece - http://www.garritan.com/tutorial/Str...gTutorial.html

    Now we get to hear another way of doing it with notation and human playback!

    Thank you again for sharing this with us Monsignor

    Gary Garritan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    Monsignor Di Marco has sent in this arrangement of "Aase's Death" Op. 46 No. 2 by Edvard Grieg (1843 - 1907). He uses Finale 2005 and Human Playback for his renditions.

    http://www.garritan.com/mp3/ad-LaMuerteDeAse.mp3

    Monsignor Di Marco writes:

    Apreciado Gary: Lamentablemente no tengo quien me traduzca al inglés por lo que tengo que escribirle en español. Espero que no sea mucha molestia. Le envío "La muerte de Ase". GOP: V.I, V.II, Vla. Vc. y Cb. todos lush y sordina. He usado Finale 2005a y HP. Mons. Abel Di Marco Feliz Navidad y muchas gracias por sus atenciones.

    Can anyone translate this?

    Last summer Styxx posted a pdf score of this work and some of the forum members did renditions. http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/...ad.php?t=23066 Daniel also did an "Ensemble Building Tutoria" using this piece - http://www.garritan.com/tutorial/Str...gTutorial.html

    Now we get to hear another way of doing it with notation and human playback!

    Thank you again for sharing this with us Monsignor

    Gary Garritan

    Mons. Di Marco says:

    Dear Gary: I regret I don't have anyone to translate my words to english, therefore I have to write to you in Spanish. I hope this is not a big inconvenience. I send you "LaMuerteDeAse" (Ase's death) GPO: V.I, V.II, Vla. Vc. y Cb. All of them lush and muted. I've used Finale 2005a and HP.

    Merry Christmas and thank you for your support.

    Monsignor Abel Di Marco

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    Hehe... I was discussing yesterday with a friend if I should post my own mock up I did of this piece a year ago when I received Gpo and this morning I found this post heheheh... sounds like Grieg is haunting our souls for Christmas

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    Re: Aase's Death - by Monsignor Di Marco

    Aside from the digital noise encountered (puzzled as to how to alleviate this annoyance) I enjoyed your interpretation of this poignant piece. Tell me, did you use organ as well?
    One of the secrets expressed to me by a violist in the BPO was the slowing down ever so slightly to the end. So slightly that one only realizes what is happening till almost the very last series of chords. This is to express the passing of the last breath of life from this world. Interesting interpretation and when I hear recordings of this work it increasingly becomes perceptible.
    Styxx

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    Re: Aase's Death - by Monsignor Di Marco

    That was breathtaking. And the nuances of the dynamics was exceptional. This forum with it's international user base really proves that music is the universal language.

    Jeff

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    Finale should use this as a selling point.I just upgraded to 2005 and I haven't touched Finale since 1995.
    Beautiful Rendition.

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    Re: Aase's Death - by Monsignor Di Marco

    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    Monsignor Di Marco has sent in this arrangement of "Aase's Death" Op. 46 No. 2 by Edvard Grieg (1843 - 1907). He uses Finale 2005 and Human Playback for his renditions.

    http://www.garritan.com/mp3/ad-LaMuerteDeAse.mp3

    Monsignor Di Marco writes:

    Apreciado Gary: Lamentablemente no tengo quien me traduzca al inglés por lo que tengo que escribirle en español. Espero que no sea mucha molestia. Le envío "La muerte de Ase". GOP: V.I, V.II, Vla. Vc. y Cb. todos lush y sordina. He usado Finale 2005a y HP. Mons. Abel Di Marco Feliz Navidad y muchas gracias por sus atenciones.

    Can anyone translate this?

    Last summer Styxx posted a pdf score of this work and some of the forum members did renditions. http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/...ad.php?t=23066 Daniel also did an "Ensemble Building Tutoria" using this piece - http://www.garritan.com/tutorial/Str...gTutorial.html

    Now we get to hear another way of doing it with notation and human playback!

    Thank you again for sharing this with us Monsignor

    Gary Garritan
    For some reason I have yet to see the link to any of Monsignor Di Marco's pieces! The screen is just blank for me...see quote above this! I see the score and tutorial links though! Strangely, it does appear in the 'Reply to Thread' Box but not in the preview or original post.....How queer!

    Frank
    PS I was able to copy the link from the 'Reply to Thread' box, paste it into IE and hear it from there! Very impressive it was too...especially when considering that it is straight from Finale with only HL to save it from computerised stiffness! This is going to be a wonderful salvation for those without the time, inclination, skill or patience to fiddle around in a sequencer's piano roll window. I think that the main thing missing is sufficient variation in volume level throughout. I think this would greatly add to the feeling and sensitivity of the music which is most beautiful.....The GPO strings fit this piece perfectly

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