Here is my "Scherzette In F Minor" for organ and small orchestra.
Caution: The volume is high!
Very much appreciated the grand opening to this Larry!
... Set the mood perfectly; for the upcoming roller-coaster ride and carnivalesque quality of this swaying and spinning work. Of corse the masterful craftsmanship can be "seen" in the details - progressions, melody, accompaniment, etc.
Wonderful work Larry.
"...Wiktor's a Jekyll-Hyde personality..." - Lycos Musichttp://www.miserymadebeautiful.com
I enjoyed it Mr Larry. You always toss in something unexpected like the ending.
I hope your doing better my friend. Music is always good medicine.
O. K., Mr. Larry!
I'm very much AWAKE, now!!!
I should have headed your caution about the volume. I had just turned it up to listen to anther piece a few minutes ago! LOL! Silly me! LOL!
First. . . GREAT PIECE! I may not visit here as often as I should. But when I do, I know that I can be greeted with well-written and lively music by the very talented Mr. Larry Alexander!
By the way, a couple of months ago, I purchased a book on fugue writing. You and your music was very much on my mind when I purchased this book. Now, all I have to do is read it. (I'll read it someday. I will! ) Anyway, I want to "bone-up" on my contrapuntal skills (which never really was that strong to begin with). I just want to share that your music, in no small way, has been instrumental (pun intended! ) in my desire to better myself in music composition; especially in improving that counterpoint stuff.
Cheers, Mr Larry! And happy composing!
Music and humor are healthy for the soul.
Read the book, Mr. Theodore!
Thanks for giving "Scherzette..." a listen. I always appreciate your input.
My best to you,
Very nice fugal writing, Larry. I enjoyed this piece. It has a light and energetic mood to it.
I hope you are getting over the shingles problem. It can certainly be a very nasty thing. At least the pain you have experienced hasn't ruined your light and lively music creations! Thank you for sharing this with the community.
[Music is the Rhythm, Harmony and Breath of Life]
"Music is music, and a note's a note" - Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong
I've got this up on the big speakers, Larry --
you know, the ones that not only rattle my
windows but the glassware in the storefronts
Wonderfully wild dance-like quality to this.
And loud is exactly the right way to play it!