This is a lively, little all-GPO thing that I wrote called "Directions".
Nice string writing in this, Larry; and I like
the flowing lines in it.
I can always depend on your good musical taste to lift my spirits, Mr. Dave.Originally Posted by etLux
Thanks, as always.
Enjoyed this playful and good spirited piece. The work has a very early classical sound. Great construction as always ...
"...Wiktor's a Jekyll-Hyde personality..." - Lycos Musichttp://www.miserymadebeautiful.com
Larry, I think I already said this, but you are a very versatile composer. I hear a little bit of one of your pieces and I just want to hear the rest. You always suprise me with your cleverness and creativity.
I came home for work, loaded this one up, closed my eyes and I pictured the kids outside, sledding down the hill in our backyard. Which is pretty good, because it's not snowing, we don't own a sled and I don't have a hill in my backyard.
Saturday morning, 11.01 AM, Directions. Don't know which direction, but always the right one. Some see sleighrides, hills, snow while there ain't such things in the garden, some others see a violin section playing with smiles on their faces (I do). When closing my eyes (should I do that?) I see Bach smiling, Scarlatti dancing, Vivaldi conducting and Larry enjoying the winterdays in Texas (as I understood from the TV-news).
Enough poetry..... good morning and well done.
The GPO strings are fun to work with.Originally Posted by Michael A. Wiktor
Thanks for listening.
My goodness, Mr. Ken. You have a vivid imagination!Originally Posted by Kenny Long
Maybe I'll finally become a composer some day.
Thanks for the kind words.
It's fifty-four degrees Fahrenheit in Texas as we speak and to Southerners that's cold!Originally Posted by Raymond62
Thank you for listening to my efforts. I appreciate it.