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    Five Statements For Five Clarinets

    Adaption of earlier piece to this instrumentation with some additions.

    hi-fi URL: http://www.soundclick.com/util/getpl...d=4340232&q=hi

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    Re: Five Statements For Five Clarinets

    Interesting wind writing in this, Gary; and good
    work on clarity of line, even in close ensemble
    like this. Quite effective.

    I enjoyed listening.

    David
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    Re: Five Statements For Five Clarinets

    Gary,

    Very curious little piece you have there for clarinets. I can't quite get my arms around it. But the clarinets come through well over the whole range.

    Gary

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    Re: Five Statements For Five Clarinets

    Thanks Gary & David,
    The idea in this ensemble is to spread the lead line to each of †he
    players so that even the bass clarinet projects melody.
    Gary Mosse

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    Gary,

    very interesting sounds, actually. Interesting rhythms, also. I like the idea of line writing very much also. It is very organic. And also I have the theory that music will sound better on stage if the individual musicians have fun playing their phrases.

    That is not part of the Kansas theory but maybe part of the Hannover theory.

    Hannes

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    Re: Five Statements For Five Clarinets

    Thanks Hannes,
    I tend to think this way as I write.
    The accompanying parts seem to come out like
    pastel colors as each instrument adds to the depth of
    sound.
    I endevor to pre-plan, but I still play one instrument against
    another.
    Make sure you listen to my newest wind sextet-THREE PIECES FOR WIND ENSEMBLE.

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