This is my "Dramatic Chromatics". This piece begins and ends in the key of B Major. In between I visit many other keys...hence the name.
The instrument is the GPO harpsichord with keyswitch B5.
My best to all,
It's that B-52 switch. Gotta be.
Always love it when you get into the tequila and
get a little wild, Larry.
You can modulate anywhere with
them black keys...
Thank you, young Yankee person.
I've personally always liked that B-52 switch.
Nice piece... but what has the tequila to do with it? He's not drunk [Larry I mean]. I love that harpsichord!!Originally Posted by etLux
I don't drink. I take a prescription drug that doesn't allow it.Originally Posted by Raymond62
Mr. Dave is just joking. He does that a lot.
Thanks for your nice comments concerning my music and the Garritan harpsy.
Me neither (drink). We're both horribly sober all the time.Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
In both Texas and Connecticut, this is a crime; so both
of us are wanted by the authorities (at Smirnoff).
I was referring to the fact that Larry generally stays very
firmly on traditional harmonic ground -- where I tend toward
much more modern harmony. Thus, I find his more
adventuresome departures some of his most interesting
Mr. Dave, you say the nicest thangs. (hic)
Make that three of us.Originally Posted by etLuxDitto.I was referring to the fact that Larry generally stays very firmly on traditional harmonic ground -- where I tend toward much more modern harmony. Thus, I find his more adventuresome departures some of his most interesting writing.
Thank you, Mr. Tom...I guess. I don't actually know what your message means.Originally Posted by Tom Hopkins
And here I thought "ditto" on David's comments was perfectly clear! I could have stated something like, "You took the words right out of my mouth," or "I couldn't have said it better myself," or "All factors being considered, I find myself in complete agreement with your reaction to this piece of music." But, instead, I took the shortcut through the pass and said, "ditto."Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
P.S. You're welcome.