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    Fred's Song-alto Solo

    Another solo for intermediate player.

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    Re: Fred's Song-alto Solo

    Hi Gary,

    Very nice piece! Congratulations!

    Regards,

    Jim
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    Re: Fred's Song-alto Solo

    Good writing for the intermediate level -- and I liked
    the piano interplay and overall role in this.

    In terms of rendering, you might perhaps give the
    sax a little more help with vibrato and dynamic
    expression.

    My best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Re: Fred's Song-alto Solo

    Thanks David on both posts.
    I was beginning to think you might be on vacation.

    My recent solo posts have been influenced by my latest study
    of writing chords in the accepted style with inversions, etc.
    Of course that has resulted in some amount of boring or
    otherwise accompaniment.

    The consistant criticism I get is about developing themes more.
    I say that not in denfense because I work to correct it.
    I work from the computer and seldom plan what I'm going to write.
    Even when I plan, I get sidetracked.

    Comments are always welcome.
    jThanks again

    Gary Mosse

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    Re: Fred's Song-alto Solo

    Quote Originally Posted by garymosse
    Thanks David on both posts.
    I was beginning to think you might be on vacation.
    Vacation?

    Gary, I don't work for Garritan.

    I listen out of genuine interest in what other writers
    (and renderers) are doing. You learn a great deal
    that way!

    Most certainly, I recommend you do much more of
    it yourself, when you have time. Though not every
    piece is sterling; the experience is worthwhile and
    rewarding.

    It's also a real help to your fellow musicians!

    Best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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