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    Oboe Quartet In D Major, Op.34

    Hey all, I have been busy with school work and didn't get much of a chance to compose until I stopped sleeping for 112 hours . The result is this. Enjoy.
    Features GPO Strad Solo, Viola Solo, Oboe Solo (Forgot which one), and Cello 3 solo. It's 16 minutes long in total ...


    Op.34:

    1. Allegro Assai
    2. Adagio Cantabile
    3. Presto
    Ke Yang (OMG I'm using mah name)
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    Note: You might have noticed there's nothing there, yet. Massive editing going on.

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    Re: Oboe Quartet In D Major, Op.34

    Tovan! This is an outstanding achievement!

    I have listened with unreserved pleasure to all three movements. Excellent! Great writing, consummate compositional skill, and extremely well rendered. The compositional balance and thought in this quartet is some of the finest I have heard.

    One for each of these superb movements:

    TRIPLE BRAVO!

    With much admiration,

    David
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    Re: Oboe Quartet In D Major, Op.34

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux

    Copyright 2006-2387...? "Live long, and prosper."

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    , indeed.
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    Re: Oboe Quartet In D Major, Op.34

    At my rate, I'm going to be more than a month behind on demo listening soon... But that's alright, because many demos here deserve a good bump.

    Great work! I love your style, it's very classical in nature. Wonderful counterpoint, and very catchy melodies/motifs. Bravo! I still can't seem to finish a multi-movement work myself.
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