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    "The Vitruvian Man"
    Last edited by Fredrik; 03-05-2008 at 04:53 PM. Reason: add mp3 file "DECAMERONE - one file version."

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    Fredrik:

    A lot of energy and pomp in this piece. It really jumps on you
    and gets your attention. I liked the percussion which really
    brings out the dynamic sound you intended.

    Really good writing, Fredrik and it absolutely characterizes
    the story you are unfolding.

    Jack
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    Fredrik

    Great opening on this one.

    Another great man that was interested in Alchemy, although kept it hidden in the closet was the great Mathematician, Sir Issac Newton. He has always been one of my heros.

    A lot of suspense in this one a some really nice percussion work as well.

    Great Brass work as usual.

    Well done


    Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhap2 View Post
    Fredrik:

    A lot of energy and pomp in this piece. It really jumps on you
    and gets your attention. I liked the percussion which really
    brings out the dynamic sound you intended.

    Really good writing, Fredrik and it absolutely characterizes
    the story you are unfolding.

    Jack
    Hi Jack,

    I'm in the middle of writing next scene 10. (Chateau Bacchanal and Cleopatra's dance.)

    Thanks for your inspiring words,

    Welcome to Chateau Bacchanal Jack!

    Fred

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    Fredrik - very dramatic and interesting piece! Lots of nice touches and changes. Lots of work put into this and never a dull moment. I would say this would make great film music. Listened to your other pieces as well but then realized they were done as separate posts elsewhere - will have to find them.

    Del
    Music happens to be an art form that transcends language. - Herbie Hancock

    http://www.mdtcommunications.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by DelCarry View Post
    Fredrik - very dramatic and interesting piece! Lots of nice touches and changes. Lots of work put into this and never a dull moment. I would say this would make great film music. Listened to your other pieces as well but then realized they were done as separate posts elsewhere - will have to find them.

    Del
    Hi Del,

    Glad you enjoyed the pieces in my Machiavellian drama!
    I'm in the middle of writing next scene...

    Thanks for inspiring comment,

    Fred

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    Re: "The Vitruvian Man"

    I love the opening in this, Fredrik -- talk about
    setting the scene!

    With Del, I'd say this is certainly the most
    cinematic writing I've heard from you... highly
    dramatic, and superb shifts and contrasts
    in color and mood in it.

    A few of the transitions I noticed, they might
    need just the slightest smoothing.

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com

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