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    "Pish Posh" an off and running 4 minutes of fun!

    This one has been played on Garritan Radio in the past. Just thought I'd showcase it here again.

    http://www.mitchmanthe.net/~All/music/Pish%20Posh.mp3
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    Re: "Pish Posh" an off and running 4 minutes of fun!

    You're having too much fun, Mitch... lol.

    Love some of the brass work in this... and I'm a sucker for a good piccolo, any day.

    Nice job!

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    Re: "Pish Posh" an off and running 4 minutes of fun!

    Thanks, appreciate any and all support I can get.
    Writing music for the joy of it. (with Windows 7 64bit, Intel i7 processor, 12GB memory, LOTS of disk space, Finale 2014, Garritan GPO, JABB3, COMB, Steinway, World Instruments, & Soundiron Olympus Micro Choir. And if I ever figure out how to use Sonar X2...the sky's the limit)

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    Re: "Pish Posh" an off and running 4 minutes of fun!

    Very good work... It has a carnival or circus atmosphere to it.

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    Re: "Pish Posh" an off and running 4 minutes of fun!

    Mitch,
    This is my first listen this morning. I'm glad clicked on this link, this is indeed fun. Ditto on the circus sound. Well done.
    Bill
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