I did a rewrite and remix of my "Rememberances", mostly string thing. It is all GPO.
Caution: The volume is loud from the beginning.
Good morning, my Texan friend with music in his veins.
It's a pleasure to lean back and let this elegantly crafted piece wash over me. I was especially taken with the minor segment starting around 2:20.
If you had half the satisfaction in fleshing this composition out in the new version as I had in listening to it, then you must have had a very good time indeed.
Thank you, Larry, once again for your delightful music.
...and thank you for the good review and compliments.Originally Posted by rbowser-
it is monday again and surprise what happened.. a good old, fine, nice sounding, lushed violins composition. I liked it very very much.
After a weekend of troubles with my sound-hardware/-software and a new installation of XP, this is what I needed.
Thank you for posting,
Thank you for having a listen, Mr. Ray. I appreciate your support.Originally Posted by Raymond62
Dank u zeer. Een goede dag verder! (Is that correct?)
Almost(Bijna). "Dank U zeer" is very formal, but correct. Among friends one says: Dankjewel (written also as: dank je wel).Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
"Een goede dag verder" is correct but not said. One says: "nog een plezierige dag" or "nog een fijne dag" (in english: have a fine day).
Ik apprecieer jouw pogingen om Nederlands te schrijven. Ga zo door en binnenkort schrijf en spreek je de mooiste taal van de wereld.
[I appreciate your efforts writing Dutch. Go on this way and soon you will write and speak the most beautiful language on earth]
Thank you for the Dutch lesson.Originally Posted by Raymond62
Wow, Mr. Larry what a brilliant, vibrant, and energetic work! Makes one want to get up and go run anywhere; stop and spin in a circle with their arms stretched out and fall on the ground! Nice one.
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I liked your Rememberances. It sort of has a eastern european feel to it. The big sound.
Good grief! Does it inspire all of that? This could be dangerous. Maybe it's good music to play in the background while you exercise.Originally Posted by Michael A. Wiktor
Thanks for listening.