Now this is really nice writing and orchestration. Good use of the instruments and expression giving the piece a nice flowing feeling.
Hi, first off, great use of chromaticism. Wonderful melody and chord progressions. Also, very realistic rendering. The brass section had a nice organ-like quality to it. However, I would like to hear a little bit more detail in the string articulations. Great piece... would like to hear more soon.
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Thank you, Gary, for your kind words. I tried to make my homework and not to sound like a piano player.... Thanks for listening.Originally Posted by GaryBric
Thank you, Michael! You're right with the articulations for the strings. There ist still a lot of to learn for me. As I said in a former post to Gary: I like the organ. And the part for the brass section is entitled: ernst, wie ein choral,which means seriously, like a choral, so the organ is not so far from that. I'm glad, you like my piece. There is still place for some more orchestral preludes to come out...Originally Posted by Michael A. Wiktor
Locis! This is gorgeous!
The harmonic work in it is a delectation; the
orchestration excellent; and the rendering
Top-flight work on this... a real pleasure to
listen to. Several times, in fact!
Thank you, David!
It fulfils me with joy to read your comment. Thanks for it. My best whishes to you.
This is a very nicely presented prelude. I like the piece and the orchestration keeps you interested. Thanks for sharing it with us.
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Well done! And you understand reverb.
Raymond - btw you must be fond of Bruckner!!!
Thank you for listening and for your comment! It is pleasant for me, that you like my music.Originally Posted by RichR