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Topic: PASSIONALITANGO! SOLO VIOLIN?

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    Cool PASSIONALITANGO! SOLO VIOLIN?

    Background:
    for a scene of passional love, that takes place in pre-war Paris, the Director asked me to write a piano and solo strings piece to fade in crescendo during the action. I decided to mix up the french "chansonniere" melody over a Piazzola's style rithmic tango accompainement. The violin was a huge, rude and passional old sample, never satisfying me at all.

    THEN:
    - now I propose a rendition with the certainly better GPO sound (pizzicato bass, steinway piano, Stradivary solo violin) and the original bandoneon (not GPO of course...)

    http://www.webalice.it/fatis12/files...ango%20GPO.mp3

    it's better, not fully satisfying yet...

    BUT:
    - can't wait for re-make it soon with the STRADIVARIUS morph...

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    Re: PASSIONALITANGO! SOLO VIOLIN?

    I thought this was very well done. Its a nice composition. I think its a good response to what was asked by the director. The piano and violin sound very independent, yet the harmony is fitting. I liked this piece.

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    Re: PASSIONALITANGO! SOLO VIOLIN?

    I can definitely hear a "Frechness" to it . . . especially that bandoneon. I can't for the Stradivarius morphing version, that will sound awesome! Thanks for sharing.
    Sean Patrick Hannifin
    My MP3s | My Melody Generator | my album
    "serious music" ... as if the rest of us are just kidding

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