Here is an excerpt from my "Piano Sonata Number Seven" featuring the Garritan Authorized Steinway.
My best to everyone.
Hi Larry, That was quite a romp! It sounds like it would be a workout to perform live. I enjoyed the interplay between the "hands" or "voices."
I am always amazed at your ability to glean the feel from different genres or eras, but still maintain your unique twists and originality. Bravo!
Is this a new piece or one that you've posted before but "Steinwayized" it? Also, are there more movements to this Sonata to share? If so, please share! Honestly, I would like to hear the entire Sonata if possible, especially using the new Steinway program. As I've shared before regarding another piece of yours, your music wonderfully showcases the Garritan Steinway program (and visa versa). It sounds much like a real recording to my very modest ears.
Also. . . a while back, I had the pleasure of checking out your web site. I see that you have included pictures of your studio. Very cool, Larry! It seems to be a nice area to write and sequence lots and lots and lots of wonderful compositions.
Thanks for sharing another great piece and Happy Composing, Mr. Larry!
Music and humor are healthy for the soul.
Yes, there are three movements in this composition, Mr. Theodore. In time, I will "Garritanize" the rest of it.
My studio is small but functional.
Thanks for your kind words, my friend, and thank you for listening.
Hi Larry, My name is John, but you can call me Bigears or whatever.......
I'll be looking forward to the next installment of your sonata. John
OMG Larry, That is fabulous. Well done!!!!!!!!
Producer ~ Sound Engineer ~ Musician
Very well done, Larry... as has been everything of yours
I've heard recently that you're rendering on the G.Steinway.
Your material thrives on the concert sound of a good
instrument like this.
I look forward to hearing the rest of this!