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    Riddle... (Garritan Steinway)

    Hi. After being played the Ravel now comes a relax moment, like a kind of intermission. This is a very short arrangment (is not a piece of mine). The style was intentionally changed and it has a brief introduction. Can you guess the original tune? (is very famous....)

    http://rapidshare.com/files/161027743/Riddle.mp3

    Victor

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    Meet the Flintstones

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    Quote Originally Posted by hglord View Post
    Meet the Flintstones
    Yes, it´s true and it´s quite obvius but believe it or not it was a lot of people that surprised me because they couldn´t discover that until i said them. Maybe was because they were not musicians and the change confused them . Thanks for hear it!.

    Victor

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    Victor

    Nice arrangement. One of my favorite shows when I was young.

    I would have known it whether it was said or not.

    Well done

    Ron
    "Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." Albert Einstein

    http://composersforum.ning.com/profile/RonaldFerguson

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    Hi Ron, thanks for you comments. I like the change because is an echo, a nostalgic view of a far voice that comes from the childhood. Now i am a little embarrased for this simple and silly riddle, when i made the arrangment i never thought of "disguise" nothing, but believe me that there were so many people that couldn´t guess the tune that i said myself: "Well, i´ll share it in the forum like a riddle". . But, well, enjoy the arrangment then.
    Victor

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    this was absolutely amazing!!! did you write this version or was it already written/arranged? either way, it sounded great and put a smile on my face the second i recognized it.
    -Keith Fuller

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    Hi Keith, i´m glad that you liked it. The arrangement is mine, and it was improvised too. I was recording my improvisations, and this specially liked to me a lot because its warm and tender mood. I liked a lot this kind of pieces, the "bagatelle" style, that can express a lot in a very short time.
    Victor

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    Excellent improvisation Victor.

    The piano sounds so wonderful under your touch and
    no wonder, it's the Garritan Steinway...........

    Really an enjoyable listen. I wanted to hear more.


    BRAVO,

    Jack
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    Victor,

    Gentle and sweet... played in a way that's touching the soul...

    That's how I describe your playing and arrangement.

    Muchas Gracias! And bring us more... more...


    Yudit

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    Twenty seconds into the song, my wife exclaimed: "Flintstones?!!"

    I really envy your improvisational skills. You are such a pro!

    Jun

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