Hi - just some post xmas noodling ...
That's fun! Great pizzicato and layer effects! The woodwinds were fantastic!
What happened at the end?? No crash?
Cute - Like trying to cross traffic in downtown Manhatten. Love, nice piece of noodling, I'll say!
Thanks guys - it's just a start of something... (sigh) I have a lot of starts - not as many finishes...
What a great ride... nice "noodling", Paula!
Love the woodwing flourishes in this; neat
effect... and the ostinato keeps this clipping
Now. You've got the noodles part done;
when do we get to the lasagna... lol? Plenty
here to develop, and a great springboard
opening. Take it further!
Well, you did a fine job on this, Paula. It really sounds like one is listening to the fascinating sounds of "traffic." I like to listen to Gershwin for some of his traffic adaptations. It was quite a feat to write "An American in Paris" with all the different horn parts included. In fact, he brought them home so his piece would sound very authentic.
Great writing, Paula and a good mix.
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Paula, that's very nice, I hear a touch of east europe in it as well... enjoyed it from start to end
Thank you everyone for your kind remarks. I had the flute counter melody in my head before I had the other parts. Very wierd way to start and a surprising development to how it turned out so far. I will enjoy working on it.
Thanks for listening.
So...pondering this comment...I dropped in my minor cello phrase just for time's sake and will alter it a bit later because I think I heard it somewhere before...anyways, maybe I will keep the flavor and actually play on it and turn it into "Traffic in Cairo"Originally Posted by oldbob
just thinking out loud... ~Paula