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    old piece sligthly revamped.

    Hi guys,

    Ok so I know I've been away from the Listening Room forever, and missed some great music in doing so. So sorry.

    But if you'll forgive me, I have a piece here that is very VERY old, but on a lurk I ran it through Sibelius/GPO yesterday morning. Its a fairly nice rendition I think, even if my pizz are too soft. I'll work on that.

    I have some brand new compositions in the works, but they have taken a very long time (over a year at least) You'll hear them very soon I promise.

    http://www.northernsounds.net/members/36/music.php
    Its Symphony No.4 at the very bottom of the page

    Matt

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    Re: old piece sligthly revamped.

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew S Phillips View Post
    Hi guys,

    Ok so I know I've been away from the Listening Room forever, and missed some great music in doing so. So sorry.

    But if you'll forgive me, I have a piece here that is very VERY old, but on a lurk I ran it through Sibelius/GPO yesterday morning. Its a fairly nice rendition I think, even if my pizz are too soft. I'll work on that.

    I have some brand new compositions in the works, but they have taken a very long time (over a year at least) You'll hear them very soon I promise.

    http://www.northernsounds.net/members/36/music.php
    Its Symphony No.4 at the very bottom of the page

    Matt
    Great compositional effort with this Matt. I very much enjoyed the energy and purpose with which this moved forward. I think I spotted the distant pizz - but that's easily fixed with increased velocity. Some good percussion and brass work too.

    Looking forward to further posts.

    Regards, Graham

    www.soundclick.com/grahamkeitch

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    Re: old piece sligthly revamped.

    Good to see (well, hear) you back in town, Matthew!

    I must say I enjoyed this somewhat younger you, my friend,
    with its more classically oriented roots and beautifully
    structured and cogently developed writing. There's a clarity
    of direction and focus to this movement that draws the
    listener forward with inevitability and purpose.

    This is a strong first movement, Matthew. I do hope we'll
    hear the rest of this symphony!

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com

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