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    FINALE from A SYMPHONY OF THE DAY

    Originally a scherzo movement, I haven't chosen a name, but it has great agitation......I'm thinking...

    hi-fi URL: http://www.soundclick.com/util/getpl...d=5100436&q=hi
    Second version with some reduced dynamics and use in CONCERT HALL 1

    hi-fi URL: http://www.soundclick.com/util/getpl...d=5100436&q=hi
    Last edited by garymosse; 03-11-2007 at 10:34 AM. Reason: Edited parts/audio

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    Re: FINALE from A SYMPHONY OF THE DAY

    Hi Gary,

    after the initial "shock" of what_am_I_hearing, it developed very well.
    It sounds a bit weird, but highly interesting. Is it me or the player, but I hear only mono? This piece is very good and MUST be rendered a bit better.

    Raymond

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    Re: FINALE from A SYMPHONY OF THE DAY

    Thanks Raymond,
    I have some problems when I use a lot of instruments in GPO.
    I have an almost 2 yr old mini-mac which acts like the LITTLE ENGINE WHO COULD when I'm playing back.
    I will try other ambiance settings to see if I can improve the sound
    Gary

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    Re: FINALE from A SYMPHONY OF THE DAY

    It would be interesting to hear this in the context
    of the related movements.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Re: FINALE from A SYMPHONY OF THE DAY

    Lots of talent there. Very good grasp of expression in a modern idiom. Wonderful halting feel and knitting of things together. Very strong interesting themes and vertical harmonies that come and go. Also the dynamics of the piece very good.

    Excellent, you've got the gift for sure.

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    Re: FINALE from A SYMPHONY OF THE DAY

    THANKS David & Dave,
    David, this piece is huge-5 movements. As I finish one part, it confuses
    the next; I am lost in the Whole.
    Wow, Dave thaks for the compliment.
    This movement is a good example of how things go togehter. It's almost a blur to me.
    Gary

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