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    Mozart's Flute & Harp Concerto, 1st Movement

    Last weekend I posted the 2nd movement of Mozart's Flute and Harp Concerto, K.299. Here is the first movement freshly completed and open to comments and suggestions.

    Flute and Harp Concerto, 1st Movement

    Here's the second movement.

    Flute and Harp Concerto, 2nd Movement
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    Re: Mozart's Flute & Harp Concerto, 1st Movement

    Quote Originally Posted by valhalx
    Last weekend I posted the 2nd movement of Mozart's Flute and Harp Concerto, K.299. Here is the first movement freshly completed and open to comments and suggestions.
    Val, it is a great performance. Your complaint was that there were too many notes in the first movement. It must have been a tough job to complete it in only a week. I hope, some day you find the cadenzas somewhere. But even without them it is a beautiful rendition. Suggestion: go on that way and make us happy.
    Gerard

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    Valhax,
    what a great performance!!!!
    You make sound GPO really fantastic. I remain really impressed from the Harp and Flute. Especially this one it is really real!!!!!
    Is this the Flute_V right?
    My congratulations for this piece.
    But this piece has been done in just one week?
    You are very talented to orchestrate with GPO.
    My Gog listening again the flute is truely MAGIC (as Mozart was
    saying)!!!
    Maybe, if I can say the strings sound a little bit to "unreal", but don't trust me the piece is truely fantastic.
    My congrats valhax, you are making great things,
    my best,
    Roberto

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    Re: Mozart's Flute & Harp Concerto, 1st Movement

    Quote Originally Posted by GerardR
    Val, it is a great performance. Your complaint was that there were too many notes in the first movement. It must have been a tough job to complete it in only a week. I hope, some day you find the cadenzas somewhere. But even without them it is a beautiful rendition. Suggestion: go on that way and make us happy.
    Gerard
    Thanks Gerard,
    I've learned a few tricks to enter notes faster. Would love to some sort of scanning add-on to Overture. Thanks again.
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    Re: Mozart's Flute & Harp Concerto, 1st Movement

    Quote Originally Posted by beach
    Valhax,
    what a great performance!!!!
    You make sound GPO really fantastic. I remain really impressed from the Harp and Flute. Especially this one it is really real!!!!!
    Is this the Flute_V right?
    My congratulations for this piece.
    But this piece has been done in just one week?
    You are very talented to orchestrate with GPO.
    My Gog listening again the flute is truely MAGIC (as Mozart was
    saying)!!!
    Maybe, if I can say the strings sound a little bit to "unreal", but don't trust me the piece is truely fantastic.
    My congrats valhax, you are making great things,
    my best,
    Roberto
    Thanks so much Roberto,
    I used three flutes. 99% of the flute part is the Flute Solo KS. The Flute V and NV were used for the trills. I'm still not satisfiied with the flute trills. You're right about the strings not being real. A Mozart allegro is very difficult to articulate. It requires a very crisp attack. I'll probably have get GOS to get the strings right.
    Thanks again.
    Never look at the trombones. It only encourages them. Richard Strauss

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    Valhax, you don't have to worry about the strings. The orchestration is really well done as it is.
    Probably when you will get GPO advanced you will be able to make great things if you are able to do as you have posted here with GPO!!!!
    My congrats again,
    Roberto

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