Hang in there maestro. Not to belittle, but I know several that are battling cancer right now and one is me sister. You'll get through this ya tuff old varmint!
As for this awesome musical piece? What can I say ... AWESOME!
I 'preciate it, Mikey and I sincerely hope that your Sister gets better real soon.Originally Posted by Styxx
A "GLOWING" array if I may say so. I like the ochestration and your dynamic changes. It was also interesting to hear some abrupt mode changes from time to time.
All told, this molecular blueprint was very pleasing and, again, very Baroque-ish. I like Baroque music and JSB. His music was very important to my musical education and I can't thank him enough for living and creating the masterful music he left for us to study and perform.
Stellar writing, Larry.
Jack Cannon--Toshiba laptop, 2.8 GHz CPU, 1.5 GB RAM, GPO4-JABB3-Auth. STEINWAY-Gofriller CELLO-Stradivari VIOLIN-COMB2-WORLD, FINALE 2009/11, RME Digiface, Cardbus, V-Stack---Mac Pro 2.66 GHz CPU, 8 GB RAM, DP 8, MOTU Traveler, MOTU Micro Express.--MacBook Pro 2.2 Ghz CPU, 8 GB RAM.
Larry, this is great! There's really a lot going on here below the surface. Fantastic writing, as always!
Thanks, Mr. Jack, for the good review. It does my old heart good.Originally Posted by Rhap2
Many thanks for listening, Joe.Originally Posted by jmc
I wish you an early happy birthday. You will soon be (gasp) the big three-oh!
Great work, Larry!
You're the master of mode switching (between minor and major)
I agree that there's allot going on here below the surface... you make it sound so easy!
... but it's not
Mr. Jeff, Mr. Jeff.Originally Posted by jsp2
How's it going?
Thanks for the kind words.
Hi Sir Larry,
What an inspiration you are!
Your music still makes me smile. No, I'm not laughing at it, I'm just reflecting on how obvious it is that you have so much fiun at what you do.