Here is my "Waltz In Eb". It is all-GPO (Steinway piano, strings, horns and 'bones).
I just listened to to your waltz. I don't know if it is the fact that I heard your ragtime tune yesterday or what...your waltz sounds like a mixture of ragtime and a waltz...a ragwaltz...or maybe, waltime. Either way, it was cool! As always, I liked it.
I log on here practically every day...you have at least one new thing posted. You are an inspiration to us all. Write everyday!
Thanks for sharing,
Prowland the posting Ninja
You're velcome and thank you, Mr. Paul.
Cool waltz, Larry -- I agree with Paul that there's a "tich a the rag" in there, too... but, of course, we all know Mozart invented ragtime, so it's perfectly appropriate to the style.
I know. I was actually sitting with Wolfie when he invented ragtime. It was an inspiring moment.Originally Posted by etLux
Thank you for taking the time out of your busy Saturday to give a listen. 'preciate it.
Busy? I'm never too busy for a bit of an Alexander Break.Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
Actually, I was stacking firewood in the music room, and I had the piece looping. It lent quite a graceful flow to the work -- if you can picture a 6'2" aging Polish fellow waltzing about the room with chunks of ash and maple in each hand...
That's an awesome mental picture. Or do I mean awful?
Is Sosnowski Polish? Who would have known?
About time I got back on this forum, I miss listening to everyones demos.
This is very fun and nice to listen to, I've been looping it for a while. Great writing! Love it!
Mr. Chris, from the beautiful land of the Kiwi and other great things.Originally Posted by ChrisHurn
Welcome back and thank you for listening. I'm glad you like it.
Also, an early happy birthday to you! (March 19)