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    Cool "Chateau Decamerone"

    "CHATEAU DECAMERONE"

    mp3 - part 1: http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6258789

    mp3 - part 2: http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6258833

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    Scene 4.

    Suddenly, Lydia, the King’s daughter, enters the room, dressed in a blue velvet dress. She notices the pale little dwarf standing by the dark window. He is bony and pale with an unusually cold and stiff face. She instinctively feels disgust for this man.
    The dwarf is elegantly dressed and seems to have come from a royal court from afar. The fact that he almost doesn't move really gives her the chills. She notices that he is wearing the typical black sharp long shoes that are the latest fashion right now. But that doesn't help; it only makes him look uglier.
    She felt his cold little black eyes already when she entered the room.
    "What are you doing here?" asks Lydia with an impatient voice.
    "I'm waiting for the king!"
    "Yes, but who are you?"
    “I'm Orgando di Vitruvius from Milano. Your father wants to....”
    The king wakes up.
    “So many people in my bedroom…. What is this?” he says, looking at the dwarf. But Orgando is calm and gives him an ice cold grin.
    “Good morning, King Gore! I'm here now, and I arrived late last night!”
    “Father? Who is this man, if I may ask?”
    “Oh, my Lydia! Please go back to your room. This is a private matter! I will tell you about this later!”
    King Gore gives her a serious look, which forces her to leave the room.
    The King looks at the dwarf.
    “Hello my friend. So, you have finally arrived! Welcome to this nightmare, if I may say so. Well, you don't know all the details and it's a long story! And now you have also met my daughter, Lydia!”

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    Re: "Chateau Decamerone"

    Absolutely facinating music with serious Renaissance elements. The music is quite befitting to the tales of Boccaccio. Perhaps you could explain more about your interest in this story. It is quite amazing.

    I am also facinated by the chinese characters in your avatar. How did you came onto them..?

    Thank you
    Kind Regards

    Louis Dekker
    My Music Site

    Pour être grand, il faut avoir été petit.

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    Re: "Chateau Decamerone"

    Quote Originally Posted by LouisD View Post
    Absolutely facinating music with serious Renaissance elements. The music is quite befitting to the tales of Boccaccio. Perhaps you could explain more about your interest in this story. It is quite amazing.

    I am also facinated by the chinese characters in your avatar. How did you came onto them..?

    Thank you
    路易士,您好!謝謝您的留言。名字是我太太給我寫的。
    如果想知道多點關於我的故事情節,請瀏灠先前我寫的posts, (1) "Chateau de Juissance", (2) "The Stainglass Pyramid" 和 (3) "Chateau Renaissance"。

    華燊
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    (English version of mail to Louis)


    Hi Louis,

    Thanks for your comment. It's my wife who has written my Chinese name for me.
    To find out more about the plot of my story, please browse my previous posts, 1) Chateau de Juissance, 2) The Stainglass Pyramid and 3) Chateau Renaissance.

    Fredrik

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    Re: "Chateau Decamerone"

    BRAVO! More Chateaus to wander through--And these are magnificent!

    Thoroughly solid composing and arranging, as well as fantastic recordings. They sweep me away.

    Allow me to just cheer you on, Fredrik!

    Randy B.

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    Re: "Chateau Decamerone"

    Quote Originally Posted by rbowser- View Post
    BRAVO! More Chateaus to wander through--And these are magnificent!

    Thoroughly solid composing and arranging, as well as fantastic recordings. They sweep me away.

    Allow me to just cheer you on, Fredrik!

    Randy B.
    Thanks Randy,

    I'm in the middle of writing my next scene inspired by all the feedback

    Regards,


    Fredrik

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    Re: "Chateau Decamerone"

    Ah, Fredrik, another Chateau for me to explore --
    and what a grand, expansive estate... the Renaissance
    idiom of this admixed with adventuresome harmonic work
    in spacious textures: superbly done.

    Definitely my favorite of the suite thus far!

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Re: "Chateau Decamerone"

    Fredrik

    Another winner!!

    The Renaissance time frame is fit very well

    This is a very solid addition to the Chateaus and I, like others await the others.

    Well Done


    Ron

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