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    Talking Well I have to post something (again)

    Hi (again )

    This was a school project. We were suppost
    to create a musical piece inspired by one of
    the paintings done by the art class students.
    I wish I could post a picture of the painting
    here but it's in my phone (and I'm not that technical ).

    PS, to quote my teacher, it was graded; "the highest grade x10"
    Either it's a really good piece or the competion really sucked

    anyway, enjoy..

    Adagio Cantabile op.45
    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_music.cfm?bandID=723638 <--Click me!



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    Regards Danial Zainali
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    Reinvent powdered wigs!

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    Re: Well I have to post something (again)

    I agree with your teacher, Danial. Very well
    done!

    I like the very deliberate, unrushed pacing of
    this... there's a sense of measured consideration
    and reflection to it.

    Now that you have a fine adagio, perhaps you
    will consider a suite around some other
    paintings!

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com

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    Re: Well I have to post something (again)

    +1 to David's comments. Well conceived and well produced. Thanks for sharing.

    Just curious, which organ is that? I don't recognize it. (although maybe I should! )
    Jerry
    Dayton, Kentucky
    Personally, I'm waiting for caller IQ.

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    Re: Well I have to post something (again)

    Glad you both liked it.
    I thank you for your kind words.



    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybee View Post
    Just curious, which organ is that? I don't recognize it. (although maybe I should! )
    "Pipe Organ - flutes"
    Regards Danial Zainali
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    Reinvent powdered wigs!

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    Re: Well I have to post something (again)

    I, too, am with your teacher on this, Danial; beautifully conceived and rendered, appropriately somber. I particularly liked the lilting triple rhythms, giving the adagio a feeling of forward impetus while retaining the sober aura of the piece as a whole. Wonderful balance and interweaving of organ and strings. A+!

    Danny

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