I hope that you like my "Minuet In F".
All instruments are GPO.
I liked your minuet.
I see that peasants first danced the minuet not royalty.
Old lady Legualt probably played minuets as she considered herself a rather cultured hillbilly.
Her house burned down three times. I guess arson was harder to prove back then.
I liked your "Minuet in F", Larry! Another pleasant composition by you. And another moment when I smiled in state of satisfaction and admired a well crafted piece of music.
Cheers to you, Larry!
Music and humor are healthy for the soul.
...a cultured French hillbilly.Originally Posted by fastlane
Thanks for cheering me up, Mr. Phil and thank you for listening.
And cheers right back to you, Theodore!Originally Posted by efiebke
I appreciate your kind words.
Pleasant peasants, indeed; and you know, that
Mrs. Legualt does play with a certain élan!
Seriously, fine job on this -- especially where it
flies into that really free-wheeling cavort... that
and the use of pizzicato sprinkled through.
Most enjoyed by this peasant!
I'm pleased that you liked it, Mr. Dave. It's plain vanilla with rather predictable progressions. John Cage would have thrown rocks at it.
John Cage would have tied the rocks to the strings,Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
and poked Mrs. Legualt with rusty paper clips.
Mr. Lux, you are a caution!Originally Posted by etLux