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    "Sketch In B Minor"

    Sketch Lovers,

    Herewith is my all-GPO "Sketch In B Minor" (relative to D Major, two sharps).

    Use caution with your volume. The horns are aggressive (sfz and fff in places) in the opening measures.

    Regards,

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Sketch In B Minor"

    Just great and never make anything in be minor again. Just be major!!!!

    Raymond

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    Re: "Sketch In B Minor"

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62
    Just great and never make anything in be minor again. Just be major!!!!

    Raymond
    OK...whatever you say.

    Thanks for listening.

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Sketch In B Minor"

    Interesting thematic material. You should definitely develop this into something "big". The reverb was just slightly heavy for my taste, but that's just me. A nicely done sketch overall.

    --gary shannon
    --gary shannon
    Spooks! - The Movie

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    Re: "Sketch In B Minor"

    Quote Originally Posted by fiziwig
    Interesting thematic material. You should definitely develop this into something "big". The reverb was just slightly heavy for my taste, but that's just me. A nicely done sketch overall.

    --gary shannon
    Thank you, Mr. Gary Shannon.

    It's as "big" as it's going to get. I don't think that I will be spending any more time on it.

    Regards,

    Larry G. Alexander
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Sketch In B Minor"

    Larry:
    I agree with FiziWig. To not develop this into a complete cycle will be bordering on criminal neglect. Great sounds and a very satisfactory ending, especially if you are proceding into Mvmt II, or better yet, the development section.
    As a brass player, I must warn you, that if you present this to a live group, expect some flack about the range from the French Horn section, but I am on your side because I love screaming Fr.Hns.

    Isn't it great to have such a talent/gift as yours and get to have as much fun with it as you do?

    I need a "green with envy" smile!

    sos

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    Re: "Sketch In B Minor"

    Once again, another great Alexander piece. I guess they should callyou Alexander the Great! I enjor the horn lines emmensely. Great renering. I agree with the comment about a little too much reverb.
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    TubaJediMaster
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    Re: "Sketch In B Minor"

    Quote Originally Posted by sosmus
    Larry:
    I agree with FiziWig. To not develop this into a complete cycle will be bordering on criminal neglect. Great sounds and a very satisfactory ending, especially if you are proceding into Mvmt II, or better yet, the development section.
    As a brass player, I must warn you, that if you present this to a live group, expect some flack about the range from the French Horn section, but I am on your side because I love screaming Fr.Hns.

    Isn't it great to have such a talent/gift as yours and get to have as much fun with it as you do?

    I need a "green with envy" smile!

    sos

    My goodness, Mr. Steve. I am mega-flattered. Many thanks to you for your spirits-lifting review! I'm not worthy...I'm not worthy.

    My best,

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Sketch In B Minor"



    Only thing off has been stated as the reverb. Other than that a great piece.

    Well done
    Ron

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    Re: "Sketch In B Minor"

    Quote Originally Posted by tubajedimr
    Once again, another great Alexander piece. I guess they should callyou Alexander the Great! I enjor the horn lines emmensely. Great renering. I agree with the comment about a little too much reverb.
    I appreciate it, tuba dude.

    Regards,

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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