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    Monster Under the Bed (Children's Suite)

    The Children's Suite, like real children, is growing. I should mention the obvious, that this is a suite about children, for them, but certainly not likely to be playable by them, except for one of the pieces, not yet posted.



    Monster Under the Bed
    http://my.opera.com/rwayland/homes/f...0the%20Bed.mp3

    When my middle child was still small, I used to scare him out of his wits by telling him that it was okay to go to bed now, because I cleared the monsters from under the bed and confined them to the closet.

    Richard

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    Re: Monster Under the Bed (Children's Suite)

    Richard,

    Very interesting piece, certainly raising the spector of something unnatural. This would be very cool to orchestrate for strings and winds.

    Gary

    www.garybricault.com

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    Re: Monster Under the Bed (Children's Suite)

    Quote Originally Posted by rwayland

    When my middle child was still small, I used to scare him out of his wits by telling him that it was okay to go to bed now, because I cleared the monsters from under the bed and confined them to the closet.

    Richard
    You should definitely consider an accompanying text on child-rearing, Richard.

    Your style's addictive, Richard, I swear... another fascinating piece. I know
    better than to try and talk about them by now;as good music should, they
    graciously deny words.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Re: Monster Under the Bed (Children's Suite)

    Richard,

    Your music never fails to blow my mind. This piece evoked a lot of mental images... huddled under the covers with only my mouth and nose sticking out (the covers acted like armour.) and getting so freaked out that I had to go wake up my folks. LOL Ah, the memories of childhood! My own deep neurosis aside, this was great! Once again, making me wish that I was better on the keyboard... sigh

    Really well done.

    Thank you for posting this,
    Paul

    Prowland the posting Ninja

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