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    EWQLSO Gold performs a German march & waltz medley

    Hi all,

    This is a piece of mine I've done a year ago for a broadway show, featuring several german march & waltz songs. They were originally written back in the earlier days of the 20th century. Basically this is a total conversion. I got a very bad recording preview played by a big band that upon I re-arranged everthing. This one is the instrumental version.

    http://www.toxeen.com/toxeen_german_...ey_192kbps.mp3



    Sample Libraries in use:

    - Symphonic Orchestra Gold
    - Trilogy



    Towards all the cinematic, bombastic trailer scores, enjoy a more traditional one


    Comments and critics are welcome.


    Thanks,
    Boris
    www.toxeen.com | music composition & sound design

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    Smile Re: EWQLSO Gold performs a German march & waltz medley

    Great work! It made me smile.

    (Not the most useful critique perhaps, but I'm sure you'll get more analysis from others.)

    Tim

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    Re: EWQLSO Gold performs a German march & waltz medley

    Quote Originally Posted by Toxeen
    Hi all,

    This is a piece of mine I've done a year ago for a broadway show, featuring several german march & waltz songs. They were originally written back in the earlier days of the 20th century. Basically this is a total conversion. I got a very bad recording preview played by a big band that upon I re-arranged everthing. This one is the instrumental version.

    http://www.toxeen.com/toxeen_german_...ey_192kbps.mp3



    Sample Libraries in use:

    - Symphonic Orchestra Gold
    - Trilogy



    Towards all the cinematic, bombastic trailer scores, enjoy a more traditional one


    Comments and critics are welcome.


    Thanks,
    Boris
    i don't see how anyone could possibly get any more out of EWQLGold than that. I certainly couldn't. Good job Boris!

    Rick

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    Re: EWQLSO Gold performs a German march & waltz medley

    heh! Tim, Rick - thanks.
    www.toxeen.com | music composition & sound design

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