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    a new piece ...

    ... by your friendly neighbourhood orchestration teacher!

    Lydian Overture, 6 minutes, for small orchestra.

    http://www.musique.umontreal.ca/pers...n/Overture.mp3
    Alan Belkin, composer
    Professor of Composition
    University of Montreal

    http://www.musique.umontreal.ca/pers...n/e.index.html (links to examples of my music, as well as my online textbooks)

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    Re: a new piece ...

    well, I really don't need to say anything.. but
    gorgeous, just gorgeous.

    and so "happy"!

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    It is a nice, friendly and clear piece from a "homo felix" (happy man). Congratulations.

    (Please, more lessons (¿¿perhaps orquestal variations of a thema??)
    Thank you very much.
    mrcaster:
    violinist, clarinettist, electric bass player.
    All this amateur and dilettanti.
    Spain

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    I like your new piece...I've listen to it many times. I'm wondering is there a way for you to make money with it? Will you make it available for schools and professional orchestras to perform? What is that process?

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    First of all, I'm really glad you like it. :-)

    It is certainly available for anybody who wants to perform it. Here in Canada, the Canadian Music Centre handles sales of copies, etc., for such things. The piece will be premiered by a local semi-pro group in November. As to other performances, orchestras are the hardest ensembles to arrange performances for; I have found no easy way to make orchestral performances happen more than pretty rarely!

    Making money is another matter altogether. This kind of music -contemporary classical, or whatever you want to call it - doesn't make you rich!

    Quote Originally Posted by nova.music
    I like your new piece...I've listen to it many times. I'm wondering is there a way for you to make money with it? Will you make it available for schools and professional orchestras to perform? What is that process?
    Alan Belkin, composer
    Professor of Composition
    University of Montreal

    http://www.musique.umontreal.ca/pers...n/e.index.html (links to examples of my music, as well as my online textbooks)

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