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    Senior Member rwayland's Avatar
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    Chuckleberry (Evolution part III)

    A few days ago, I posted a short piece to illustrate some comments. It was a simple structure, and easy to play. Then, I renovated and expanded that piece, which became somewhat more complex. Yesterday, I did the following, (final?) stage of evolution.

    Chuckleberry

    For comparison, the previous:

    Illustration Dance

    Jumpernickel



    All feature the GPO Steinway, and were made using Sonar, including the wav, which was converted to mp3 using Cakewalk Pyro.

    Richard

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    Re: Chuckleberry (Evolution part III)

    I loaded them into QT players and played each one for a short time, rotating them.

    Do you think you can go out a little further with this?

    I would like to hear it.


    Phil

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    Re: Chuckleberry (Evolution part III)

    Quote Originally Posted by fastlane
    I loaded them into QT players and played each one for a short time, rotating them.

    Do you think you can go out a little further with this?

    I would like to hear it.


    Phil
    Well, right after I posted the link to part III saying that was the end, I began further work on it. I have another incarnation of it nearly ready. It has now grown to nearly 8 minutes from the original 3, which started from a sketch of about 20 seconds. It may never end! But as it grows, it needs more attention to tempo and dynamics. It will be listed soon, maybe a day or two.

    Richard

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    Re: Chuckleberry (Evolution part III)

    I misread the title at first, expecting Chuck Berry... lol.

    Ineresting, isn't it, how one thing develops from another
    if you let it.


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    Re: Chuckleberry (Evolution part III)

    I like this a lot. It has a Copland/Rodeo affect to it, without the Americana. Don't misunderstand - I like the Copland - but this is very captivating. The rhythmic patterns which are almost minimalistic in repetition, work well with the chromatic forays. A lot of subtlety here, but worth listening for!

    Thanks for posting this!

    OT - I know you have lamented the slooowness of your internet connection; is satellite service available in Redwood country?

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    Re: Chuckleberry (Evolution part III)

    Hi Richard,

    I just got time to take a quick listen to all three incarnations of this piece. It was very interesting to listen to it evolve. Although I like all three versions, I was particularly taken with the last one.
    Trent P. McDonald

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