Hi Tom, I enjoyed the reverberations in the beautiful chordal movement. I would love to hear this performed. The world is waiting for some effective samples that you don't have to take out a loan to purchase.
What you have written surely must have assuaged the grief of the family and loved ones. Thanks for sharing. John
Tom, this is a well crafted and fitting tribute for the tragic occasion in question.
Only this afternoon, while continuing to research my family history, I was saddened to be reminded that many of my ancestors had died as infants in the 1700 and 1800s. And even the just released 1911 UK census asked how many children in the household had died.
Your contribution with this work will bring comfort to all that reflect on the fragile nature of the young life.
Very beautiful, and very fitting the sad occasion for which you composed it. I really liked the little harmonic surprises - the occasional out-of-mode- pitch, that always seemed to come at just he right moment. Well done!
To take your wav file and convert it to an mp3, all you need is iTunes (and I'm sure there are other ways). Just import it, set the conversion to mp3, and away you go - takes about 30 seconds, if you take the scenic route.
Ron, thank you for the information. At the moment I cannot load any of the GPO, JABB or C&MB instruments because of the severe limitations of ARIA. And, since I still don't know what else I will have to purchase to eventually make it all work, I have hesitated to add additional software that may later be in conflict. So for the time being I am having to content myself with wgat came with Finale 2009. As you can undoubtedly tell, I am not much of a computer expert.