Here is Tsckaikovsky's "Chinese Dance" from the Nutcracker ballet. It is a delightful piece, with very original orchestration.
The scoring is for piccolo, flutes, clarinettes, bass clarinet, bassoons, French horn, glockensppiel and strings.
Excellent work Eugene! Loved the pizz strings and the reverb is greatly improved from your last post. My only comment would be to look at the balance. Keep this up and you'll be doing Beethoven's Ninth by the end of the month, lol. Great job.
THis is too cute ! I think you did a wonderful job with a pretty tricky piece. As a flautist myself I know this piece too well having played it probably a million times. Lucky for the GPO flautist, intonation in this piece is not a problem like it is on a real flute !! Styxx is right, overlapping the notes in the flute runs just a bit and applying the legato function will make a big difference.
Well with the Chinese Dance I have 1 minute 13 seconds done, so that leaves.....about 100 minutes! I'm not that ambitious, but perhaps the rest of the suite might be an option further down the line.
Thanks for your comment.