Originally Posted by etLux
Fantastic David! Will be back later - running late for work!
THIS IS MUSIC!!!
After consulting the dictionary (hehe, I am learning also new vocabulary every time you post something) I have to say that your woolgatherings are indeed delicious! Every note has a meaning to me, I am listening for the third time now and will return often since I find new aspects every time.
I want this to be played in concerts! More, please!
All your strings belong to me!
absolutely wonderful David!!!!!
I don't wanna miss any of your works!!!
I love all of them!!!
In this piece you amazed me in how you handle different parts of the orchestra!!!
All the best,
this is great. Really nice work!! Great handling of the orchestra and it some really great things happening in this piece. Great rendering.
Nice colorations, Mr. Dave. This is one of your best ever.
This is not my preferred style of music, but I like it.
Thanks for letting us hear it.
Larry G. Alexander
I really like how you interweave so many instruments in the melodic structure and each one is as clear as if one were sitting in an orchestral hall and able to focus on each and every instrument at will. BRAVO! You have definitely gathered more than wool in this piece .
Oh, did I forget to mention that I really liked this piece?
[Music is the Rhythm, Harmony and Breath of Life]
"Music is music, and a note's a note" - Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong
Terrific work, David!
You have a very distinct style.
I'm not sure if it's the rendering or your unique compositional skills, your work seems to embody so much space.
I admire the way the voices just hang there... then merge together. A subtle dance (or conflict) between isolation and uniform.
Outstanding work!.. as usual
of course your style, this is very cool!
As I listened, I found myself thinking... what's coming up next?
I like it a lot and thought to post here to say that.
Very well made (compositionally as well as orchetsrationally).
The rendering also is rather realistic, however I am little dissapointed by the trumpet (which is featured a lot...) and also the ammount of reverb.
I dont' knwo if you were looking for any feedback, but that's my feedback. If not I do appoligise and hope that I have not offended you.
It is a wonderful work and I wish that I could hear it live from a real orchestra...