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    In Julia's Eyes

    My wife has become somewhat of a "composer widow" lately, yet completely and undeniably supportive of all the time I spend writing (or trying to write, anyway ). So, I took some time out from a fairly involved project this weekend to write her a piece of her own. This is In Julia's Eyes.

    GPO piano and strings; JABB soprano sax and arco bass.

    http://www.dannywilliamsmusic.com/InJulia'sEyes.mp3

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    Re: In Julia's Eyes

    Danny, you're hitting the mark every time, lately;
    and again...

    I have little doubt Julia just fell in love with you all
    over again, after this one.

    The subtlety in this, particularly the melodic writing,
    is stunningly good, my friend... undoubtedly one
    of the finest love poems I've ever heard.

    Bravo, I will say very quietly, because I do not wish
    to break the exquisite loveliness as I listen, still
    again...

    With admiration,

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Re: In Julia's Eyes

    Thanks, David! It is indeed good and lucky to have a muse - and one who cooks great Mexican cuisine, at that!

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    Wonderful music.

    Thanks

    brsmith
    www.brsmusic.net

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    Re: In Julia's Eyes

    Quote Originally Posted by brsmith
    Wonderful music.

    Thanks

    brsmith
    And thanks very much to you for the kind words; I'm glad you enjoyed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDW
    Thanks, David! It is indeed good and lucky to have a muse - and one who cooks great Mexican cuisine, at that!
    In the end, that's what it's all about, Danny.

    Mexican food!

    Mine also does Indian, so I am doubly blessed.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Re: In Julia's Eyes

    Some men give their wives washers and dryers, some give new cars - but the true Romantics give from the heart.

    And their wives appreciate the difference.

    Well done, my friend - well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    In the end, that's what it's all about, Danny.

    Mexican food!

    Mine also does Indian, so I am doubly blessed.
    Right you are, David! (...do I detect the aroma of curry wafting through your your Connecticut mansion?)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_Davis
    Some men give their wives washers and dryers, some give new cars - but the true Romantics give from the heart.

    And their wives appreciate the difference.

    Well done, my friend - well done.
    Thanks, Tom. My wife does indeed appreciate that difference; and I appreciate your kind words as well.

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    Re: In Julia's Eyes

    Good writing, Danny,

    well balanced in sound. I like this music.

    Rudolf

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    Re: In Julia's Eyes

    Danny,

    That Mexican food must be really good to inspire such a lovely piece. The melody has the catchiness and heart of a Rogers and Hammerstein tune. Great stuff!! I certainly hope that this has paved the way for you to keep writing! LOL

    Keep them coming!

    Thanks,
    Paul

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