This is a rewrite and remix of my "Mallets Aforethought".
Picture a large stage that is bare with the exception of two GPO concert marimbas on opposite sides.
hehe, love the title, Larry, you crazed punster you.
Nice! Your scene setting picture got me ready, and then I took a listen--loved it. WOw, those two musicians are spot-on in their synchronization!
Another energetic and elegant Alexander piece. Thanks!
Simple, isn't it? Anybody can do it, can't they?Originally Posted by rbowser-
Thanks for listening, Mr. Randy, you old actor, you.
Long live puns!
Very nice Larry!!
I always enjoy listen to your music!
All the best,
This asks for two dancers in the middle!!!! Nice piece, Larry. Hey, folks now you witnessed why experimenting with instruments is SO of great value.Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
The melody seems to go perfectly with the marimbas. I liked it very much. Just a great sound.
As always, thank you for taking the time to listen, Rob.Originally Posted by beach
My best to you,
Experimenting? I don't think that I did any of that, since I have written works for marimba in the past.Originally Posted by Raymond62
Thanks for listening.
It was one of those simple, thirty-minute writing jobs.Originally Posted by jaynkate01
Glad that you liked it. Thanks, Mr. Jay.
As an ex-marimba player, I love this one.
Reminds me of the stuff you normally hear from the UMass marimba ensemble.
Nice rendering too.
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