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    Hi everybody, have just added harpsichord to the orchestra!

    The king takes a bath.

    1. "LE ROI SE BAIGNE" - 4th update

    2. "Tambour Royal"

    3. Adagio

    4. Fuga Allegro

    Don't forget to watch the movie that inspired the royal bath!

    2nd clip - Lully Opera




    Fred

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    Cannot get to it.... format, player, or else?

    Raymond

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    Hi Raymond, I have fixed the link now!


    Fred

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    He needed a lot of water. And you are cheating, or my ears are failing on me, but you stitched some pieces. Drag and drop, aint it? Though it has some good elements, the majestic sound and theme, it isn't completed yet (IMHO).

    Raymond

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    Fredrik:

    I like the piece. It has "reagality" written all over it. I
    also like the way you rendered it. Great percussion and,
    while I was listening, it reminded me of the period just
    before the classical period started.

    A great piece in my estimation, Fredrik.


    BRAVO,

    Jack
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    Hi Raymond,

    This theme dates back to 1978 and has now gotten it's final form.

    A development section has now been added to the composition and the new harmonic chord progressions have given the piece a richer harmonic flow.

    Yes! The king Louis XIV needed a lot of water! I'm glad you enjoyed your bath! Dont forget to listen to "Tambour Royal", which is the second piece.

    Fred

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    A quite academic and conservative composition. I liked a lot the second one, that has a baroque style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrkeyboard View Post
    A quite academic and conservative composition. I liked a lot the second one, that has a baroque style.
    Hi Mrkeyboard,

    It is blue blooded, like David Sosnowski once uttered!
    It has now also gotten its proper new blue orchestration.


    Thanks for listening!


    Fred

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhap2 View Post
    Fredrik:

    I like the piece. It has "reagality" written all over it. I
    also like the way you rendered it. Great percussion and,
    while I was listening, it reminded me of the period just
    before the classical period started.

    A great piece in my estimation, Fredrik.

    BRAVO,

    Jack
    Hi again, Jack!

    I always get inspired reading your well-thought-out comments!

    Do you mean the pre-Classic period before the Vienna Classicists, such as Gluck?


    Fred

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhap2 View Post
    Fredrik:

    I like the piece. It has "reagality" written all over it. I
    also like the way you rendered it. Great percussion and,
    while I was listening, it reminded me of the period just
    before the classical period started.

    A great piece in my estimation, Fredrik.

    BRAVO,

    Jack
    Hi again, Jack!

    I always get inspired reading your well-thought-out comments!

    Do you mean the pre-Classic period before the Vienna Classicists, such as Gluck?

    Fred

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