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    Clarinet Concerto in A-Flip

    I would like you all to listen to this piece and tell me what you think...
    http://schneb.googlepages.com/music16

    Sorry, Quicktime is required.
    Garritan on GarageBand '08 using Intel iMac with 1.5G RAM
    Listen to my collection here

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    Re: Clarinet Concerto in A-Flip

    HI,

    I like this piece both for the compostion and for the production. I think that the clarinet needs to be brought out a little more as it is nearly lost under the orchestra at times. Thanks for sharing it here.

    Gary

    www.garybricault.com

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    Re: Clarinet Concerto in A-Flip

    Good to see you here, Schneb!

    There's a sophistiation of sensibility going on in your piece that made my eyes widen as I listened. I'm going to be completely un-analytical in response and simply say I love what you did here. I think it's outstanding work.

    Randy B.

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    Re: Clarinet Concerto in A-Flip

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBric
    HI,

    I like this piece both for the compostion and for the production. I think that the clarinet needs to be brought out a little more as it is nearly lost under the orchestra at times. Thanks for sharing it here.

    Gary

    www.garybricault.com
    I would have to agree the Clarinet could be brought forward to stand out a little better.
    I like this piece and i hope here more of your work.

    Regards,
    Dan.
    Trumpet, cornet, flugel player. Composer and student.

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    Re: Clarinet Concerto in A-Flip

    Thanks for listening, and yes, I will bring out the Clarinet more. But do not give me too much credit. Look at the name attributed to the piece. It's Mozart spelled backward (initials are last letter of the name). Why did I attribute this to him in such a cryptic way? Because the piece is his Clarinet Concerto in A flipped vertically! That's right, listen to the same piece unflipped... http://schneb.googlepages.com/music2

    I've always wanted to try this. Mozart is genius, even when read upside down! And, of course, everyone knows I like to experiment and find creative ways of using Garritan.
    Garritan on GarageBand '08 using Intel iMac with 1.5G RAM
    Listen to my collection here

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    Re: Clarinet Concerto in A-Flip

    How fun! This was a great piece of experimentation! Thanks for sharing.

    Barb

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    Re: Clarinet Concerto in A-Flip

    A most interesting experiment! And I'd say quite a
    successful one, schneb!

    With others, I'd bring the clarinet up a bit, too.

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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