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    Dance Of The Miller

    By Manuel de Falla
    Strings from a piano part.

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    Re: Dance Of The Miller

    Gary,

    I have a close relationship with this piece - arranged it, recorded it, re-arranged it, and on and on. I'm curious as to why you only used the strings, and not the full orchestra? This piece - simple as it may seem - is a real lesson in orchestration. This presentation felt like I was hearing only one channel, with parts missing. I'm sure that wasn't your intention. But it did highlight the inventive string scoring Falla uses, as it would be simpler to just "fill in" the other parts in the same group.

    Sorry to be so critical - perhaps I'm the one that's missing something?
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    Re: Dance Of The Miller

    Hi Ron,
    Some†imes I jus†~need a deversion.
    I still found †he †riple††s to be challenging to write.
    I can probably also come up wi†h a be††er accellerando.
    Gary

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    Hi, Gary

    It's a very interesting piece of writing--I can see why you were drawn to it.

    There's some stiffness in it ala notation renderings, but I have the impression this is a piece-in-progress for you.

    Will you be working up the rest of the orchestration, as in Ron's question/suggestion?

    Randy B.
    (rbowser)

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    Re: Dance Of The Miller

    Gary, I'd look forward to a more complete rendition of this;
    off to a good start...

    Best,


    David
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