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    Adagio For C

    Hello,
    'Adagio for C ' is name of this piece (and simplest description).
    GPO, except Tpt and exotic instrument Okamia which is used in combination with harph.

    File is available at www.box.net.

    This is updated verson with more reverb.
    Link is

    http://www.box.net/shared/5tsge3j4k4

    Thank you for listening.

    www.glamator.com

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    Re: Adagio For C

    Very soothing and beautiful with a simplistic grin. Almost reminds me of a lullaby.? Instrumentation is wonderful; the construction is solid, but the rendering, IMHO, could use a "bit" more re-verb. Great work! Very much enjoyed!

    Michael
    "...Wiktor's a Jekyll-Hyde personality..." - Lycos Music
    http://www.miserymadebeautiful.com

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    Re: Adagio For C

    Michael struck on my impression of the piece, too;
    it has rather the gentle, simple, soothing character
    of lullaby to it... a pleasing and restful respite from
    a day's hectic concerns.

    Very nicely done, my friend!

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Re: Adagio For C

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael A. Wiktor View Post
    Very soothing and beautiful with a simplistic grin. Almost reminds me of a lullaby.? Instrumentation is wonderful; the construction is solid, but the rendering, IMHO, could use a "bit" more re-verb. Great work! Very much enjoyed!

    Michael
    Thank you for your comments and suggestion. I added more reverb in new version which will be available tomorrow.

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    Re: Adagio For C

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux View Post
    Michael struck on my impression of the piece, too;
    it has rather the gentle, simple, soothing character
    of lullaby to it... a pleasing and restful respite from
    a day's hectic concerns.

    Very nicely done, my friend!

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .
    Thank you very much for listening and kind words.

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    Re: Adagio For C

    Can be played in a church on a Sunday morning. It has all atmosphere for Worship music. Nice, that simple melody. I am listening with my headphones now and I only hear sound coming from left and right, I miss the mid.

    Is there no ending.... just fading away?


    Raymond

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    Re: Adagio For C

    Glamator

    Michael hit this right on the head with lullaby. I can see a mother humming this while putting her child to sleep. Mellow and simple.

    Well Done

    Ron

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    Re: Adagio For C

    I think it would be really nice with lyrics. You could repeat the solo voice after the choir follows the soloist and then maybe end it with the soloist and choir together. It would need a little expansion.

    The lyrics could be inspirational but I can imagine it in musical, concert performance or even a commercial with a people type message.




    Phil

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    Re: Adagio For C

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62 View Post
    Can be played in a church on a Sunday morning. It has all atmosphere for Worship music. Nice, that simple melody. I am listening with my headphones now and I only hear sound coming from left and right, I miss the mid.

    Is there no ending.... just fading away?


    Raymond
    Thank you for post and comments. There is no ending, just fade out. Maybe is not well done.

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    Re: Adagio For C

    Quote Originally Posted by rolifer View Post
    Glamator

    Michael hit this right on the head with lullaby. I can see a mother humming this while putting her child to sleep. Mellow and simple.

    Well Done

    Ron
    Thank you for listening, rolifer.

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