All parts finished. The first three already presented here, but now slightly altered with some minor settings.
The fourth part is a kind of a pastorale, telling about our magnificent forests, rose gardens, parcs. The whole piece is filled with musical jokes. Some of them just start and aren't heard after that anymore. Enjoy. By the way, that detuned muted trumpet is "on purpose" .
NOW ON BOXNET NEW LINKS (I payed the annual fee for larger files, with the Euro-Dollar rating is it cheap for me)
The score of all parts is also present at the appropriate link (see below).
Please, when you discover something I overlooked, please tell me.
I want this whole piece a part of an art presentation, with photo's/video's and a real poem, made by amateurs. Possibly on DVD. So it must have a quality label on it.
Plugin anything. In case you missed it, we can plugin almost anything in computers and ourselves. Mankind has gone from normal teeth to blue tooth, from a normal stick(ie) to smoke to an USB stick, which you can't lite and smoke. Next development is we plugin ourselves into the computer and "think" our compositions and rendering..... see voila, it is ready without Sonar, SIRreverbs, Perfect Paces (without a s in front), even without Garritan.
With all those schizo's around, we even can make new multiple voices music, just by thinking about it (don't forget to plug in).
May I plug out? And I must be demented now, because I didn't understand your message.
For the record, that is NOT a virus and NOT dangerous,
Raymond. It's some sort of advertisement. But it
persistently rips me away from that page about ten
seconds after your piece starts playing, and then locks
down the browser.
Well darn it - After reading this thread, I'm too scared to try the link. - $5 a month at Box gets you bigger files, Raymond. SoundClick compresses things much more severely, so I wouldn't suggest that as an improvement.
Looking forward to hearing all of this again, plus the new.
AH, good deal, Raymond - Thanks for alerting us to how you changed the links. Now I've been able to hear the finale to your Symphonic Poem.
wow--Wonderful textures in this. What a fantastic exclamation mark to your huge piece.
I love your plans for the multi-media project also, with video, photos, poetry. I should imagine your countrymen in particular could latch on to it and make the package a huge success for all concerned.
By the way, you may have noticed I enjoy 3/4 - The waltz about 2/3 the way through this was an especially captivating section for me.
It's a wonderful achievement, Raymond. I'm looking forward to hearing it all again -AH, I should do a bootleg disc of all 4 parts as you've posted them, so I can hear this as one continuous piece.
Thanks again for letting us know the links were fixed.
--I'll use that word you asked about awhile back - KUDOS to you, Raymond!