I am very impressed by your work here. The only thing I find is that the Grofiller never really seems to stand out. This may be by design as I am unfamilar with this work in its form. Looking forward to hearing more of your postings in the future.
Lovely work on this, Jon!
I would be interested to hear this in conjunction with
the photographer's work.
A warm welcome to the forum!
Welcome to the forum.
I am sure the photographer was very happy with this. Itseems to suit that purpose very well.
First - Welcome to another horn player.
Let's see - my favorite hymn paired with my least favorite piece of Boroque literature... what a connundrum!
I do like the arrangement of both parts, especially the "It is well section" - well suited to a church setting where it could be reset for a piano and small, incomplete orchestra without losing much of anything. (I assume that may have been the intent?)
As for the ending where it just fades away - I gather that was due to the photography... have you though about giving it a true ending? Also possibly reworking it a bit to have a little interplay between the two melodies - in counterpoint, for example?
As for the cello, I don't know that adding the solo line to reinforce the rest of the piece would make much sense in this setting - it might stand out too much.
Sounds great. Is it possible to see a couple of pages of the score?
Great blending!! Welcome Jon! I second what David Sosnowski said, it would be great to view/listen to it with the photo presentation.
I'm beginning my morning by listening to your first offering here in The Listening Room - and I'm loving it.
Outstanding. Very nice arrangement, and the recording sound very fine.
I bet the photographer is happy with the what you've done.
You have definitely displayed your knowledge of the fundamentals and a strong grasp of musical intuitiveness.
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OMG! It's beautiful!
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