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    Scene 7 - Act 2 - Anno 1666

    Visiting Master Botticelli - (coda!)

    videoscore intro

    King Gore: "Finally!"

    Orgando: "Yes my lord, thank god we have arrived! I was starting to get really tired. This is where my old friend Sandro Botticelli lives!" (He rings the door bell.)

    Servant: (Opens the door) What do you want?

    Orgando: "Is master Botticelli at home?"

    Servant: "What is your name please?"

    Orgando: Tell him that Orgando di Vitruvius with good friend is visiting Florence and wants to drink a glass of wine with him!

    Servant: I will tell him! Please! Wait here! (He goes downstairs.) - whole story on soundclick.

    It was the time when the Medicis were expelled from Florence and the fanatic Dominican monk Girolamo Savonarola preached austerity and reform, Sandro Botticelli went through a religious crisis. And as a result of his present state of mind, he was now occupied with burning some of his finest earliest mythological paintings, fearing that he was going to get caught for heresy, describing pagan love in his paintings. (whole story on soundclick.)

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    Re: Visiting Master Botticelli

    "bump"

    I'm at work; be back later.



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    Re: Visiting Master Botticelli

    Fredrik:
    Ah Ha! It is YOU that should be writing for films. This is excellent cinematic music. What is that very low voice? Tuba or Trombone pedal tones? I love it.
    I'm fooling around with setting "Casey At the Bat" for narrator and orchestra so how did you get the voice over on this post?

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by sosmus View Post
    Fredrik:
    Ah Ha! It is YOU that should be writing for films. This is excellent cinematic music. What is that very low voice? Tuba or Trombone pedal tones? I love it.
    I'm fooling around with setting "Casey At the Bat" for narrator and orchestra so how did you get the voice over on this post?

    Steve
    Hi Steve,

    1. Basstuba! Will post score as soon as it is polished...

    2. Here is the free trial for coolspeech enjoy!


    Fred

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    Re: Visiting Master Botticelli

    Another cinematic extravaganza, Fredrik -- Wagner
    meets Hollywood!

    Loved the bass tuba in this -- and you know I get
    kick out of that Microsoft synthetic voice... rofl!

    My best,



    David
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    Quote Originally Posted by etLux View Post
    Another cinematic extravaganza, Fredrik -- Wagner
    meets Hollywood!

    Loved the bass tuba in this -- and you know I get
    kick out of that Microsoft synthetic voice... rofl!

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    Yes David,

    The garritan bass tuba and other brass options in GPO are very inspiring!
    What a luxury to be able to experiment with this... Mendelssohn was able to experiment with a private orchestra because he was from a wealthy family! Today we don't have to come from a wealthy family in order to enjoy this privilege!

    Yes! The voices are hilarious, in the next episode I will find a new voice for Leonardo da Vinci!

    Fred

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    Re: Visiting Master Botticelli

    Fred;
    I went to the 'Coolspeech' website and it says that it's for Windows only. What's a Mac user to do?

    Steve

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    Cool Re: Visiting Master Botticelli

    Quote Originally Posted by sosmus View Post
    Fred;
    I went to the 'Coolspeech' website and it says that it's for Windows only. What's a Mac user to do?

    Steve
    Found a program called Ghostreader for Machas great sounding voices... I think "Nelly" and "Femke" are my favorite voices! lol...

    Here Steve, For MAC


    Fred

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