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    Hi everybody,

    FIRST MOVEMENT - "BAVARIAN TALE".

    SECOND MOVEMENT - BAVARIAN TALE


    enjoy,


    Fred

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    Fredrik:

    Excellent writing and scoring. Cyclic movements have been rare for some time so it was interesting to hear your treatment of essentially the same material in both movements. The first strikes me as perfect for a "swashbuckling" theme, with a little romance thrown in. The second is the reverse, a "romantic" theme with a swashbuckling undercurrent.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by sosmus View Post
    Fredrik:

    Excellent writing and scoring. Cyclic movements have been rare for some time so it was interesting to hear your treatment of essentially the same material in both movements. The first strikes me as perfect for a "swashbuckling" theme, with a little romance thrown in. The second is the reverse, a "romantic" theme with a swashbuckling undercurrent.

    Steve
    Hi again Steve,

    This was a romantic and pleasant journey to read about... buccaneers from the year 1635, swashbuckling together with Henry Morgan as their leader, maybe?
    Yes! Sometimes even those rough men needed a romance in their wild life, consisting of never ending swordfights!

    Thanks for lending your expert ears,
    Fred

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    Another entrancing visit to your rich historical landscape,
    Fredrik.

    My friend, I must comment that I found some of the more
    restrained moments amongst your most lovely and moving
    writing...

    Perhaps the one element of peformance I would look more
    at in these is the pacing... to me, a bit more leisure to
    savor would enhance the experience.

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by etLux View Post
    Another entrancing visit to your rich historical landscape,
    Fredrik.

    My friend, I must comment that I found some of the more
    restrained moments amongst your most lovely and moving
    writing...

    Perhaps the one element of peformance I would look more
    at in these is the pacing... to me, a bit more leisure to
    savor would enhance the experience.

    My best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    Hi again David,

    This is my latest 2 versions, composed 3 weeks ago, based on one of my old themes from the 70s.
    The intro of the first mov has recently been created though.

    I admit that I could slow down and articulate the material a little bit more.

    If I get in touch with a professional orchestra, I will let you conduct "Bavarian Tale" and "Romantic Dream Theme"

    My latest piece "Romantic dream" is maybe more controlled when it comes to tempo. This is my favorite among my latest pieces at the moment.

    I'm glad you found pleasure in listening to my Bavarian Tale.

    Fred

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    Re: Bavarian Tale

    Some really, really nice stuff going on here, Fredrik! Quite romantic and dramatic... distinctly reminiscent of the movie music masters of the 1940's -- especially with that soaring string melody line stuff you have happening. I enjoyed this very much; thanks for posting!

    Danny

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDW View Post
    Some really, really nice stuff going on here, Fredrik! Quite romantic and dramatic... distinctly reminiscent of the movie music masters of the 1940's -- especially with that soaring string melody line stuff you have happening. I enjoyed this very much; thanks for posting!

    Danny
    Hi again Danny,

    Yes, I like to go back to the old American romantic movies, like "South Pacific" with music by Rodgers and Hammerstein, and get immersed in some of that feeling!

    Thanks for your enthusiasm!

    Fred

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