Four Hands- "Overture to Le Duc D'Olonne"
Hi everyone again.
I'm still working on the "Eleanor Rigby" arrangement but I thought I would put it on the back burner for a bit until I could have a fresher approach to it.
In the meantime, I have been working on this new piece. It is originally scored by Daniel Auber (1782-1871). This piano work is based on a realization by A. Fessy and Tim Meyer.
I used Sebelius notation and a midi keyboard. The piano samples I used were the Steinway B, Masterpiece and Steinway Grand soundfonts.
Please let me know your thoughts on this.
Re: Four Hands- "Overture to Le Duc D'Olonne"
Fine job on the interpretation in this -- and quite a lot
of "work well done", I must say!
It's also a work I don't believe I've heard in this context
previously; though I admit I'm not very familiar with
Daniel Auber's work.