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    Rondo Alla Turk-mozart

    Arranged for rtet of flute, oboe, clarinet, and bassoon.
    A VERY CLEAR EXAMPLE OF RONDO FORM.

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    Re: Rondo Alla Turk-mozart

    Gary,

    Nice example of winds in this quaint quartet. Good selection of the GPO instruments.

    Gary

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    Gary I like the sound of the wind instruments that you selected. What notation software did you use for this. I am always curious to how people on this forum get their music from inspiration to reality.
    -Jay

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    Gary:

    Thanks for posting this. I enjoyed listening to your Mozart mock-up. I can tell you are having fun with the Garritan libraries. It feels good to know that Gary Garritan makes so many musical people happy with his ingenious products.

    Great job, Gary
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    Re: Rondo Alla Turk-mozart

    Thanks Jay
    I'm using FINALE 07.
    I've been using Finale for abou† 14 years and it's been a LONG †rip.
    Writing with GPO isn't a constant. I didn't feel that the instruments on this were equal to some of the other pieces I've transcribed.
    Sometimes only having one choice makes uniformi†y easier, but then who
    really wants uniformity?
    Gary

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    Re: Rondo Alla Turk-mozart

    Thanks Gary & Jack,
    Having choices abou† which instrument to use
    brings about a different feel to the same piece of music.
    This quartet gave a minimuim amount of players for 4 part harmony
    and allowed the high low range between parts. Using flute-oboe
    and flute-clarinet for the melody, and bassoon plus one of †he
    other 3 players allowed the melody to project and alter tone
    colors at the same time.
    Gary

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    This was wonderful to hear, Gary. Thanks for working on it and letting us hear.

    Randy B.
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    Re: Rondo Alla Turk-mozart

    Very nice arrangement! It works very well, and the texture(s) remain clear. If I were a wind player, I'd love to take a crack at this score.

    Thanks for sharing this one!
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    Good, clear rendering of this, Gary; and careful
    choices of the instrumentation.

    I think perhaps I would have put just a little more
    room around it... not so much tail, as depth?

    My best,


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    Very nice arrangement, it's always a joy to hear some Mozart! I enjoyed the variety provided by the passing off of the main melodic line from one instrument to another, this would probably be fun to hear live. Nice work!
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