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    Transformed Metamorphoses

    Two years ago, I wrote "Organ Metamorphoses" which I now find close to boring. So I did a major overhaul, and created a new piece.

    Transformed Metamorphoses (Organ)

    The sounds are entirely GPO organ.

    Richard

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    Re: Transformed Metamorphoses

    Richard

    I can always identify your music.

    You have a very specific voice in your writings.

    Nicely done

    Ron
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    Re: Transformed Metamorphoses

    This is pretty thick. I have to concentrate on a specific voice and let the rest swirl around it.

    I haven't heard the original but this piece doesn't lack for interest.



    Phil

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    Re: Transformed Metamorphoses

    Well, thanks for listening and commenting.

    Yes, definitely my own style. As noted, lots of swirling, which is something I use whenever I can.

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwayland View Post
    Well, thanks for listening and commenting.

    Yes, definitely my own style. As noted, lots of swirling, which is something I use whenever I can.

    Richard
    This is some monumental swirling, Richard!

    Intense, I like it! Keep up with the good swirling!


    Fred

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    Re: Transformed Metamorphoses

    This is simply grand. I find the intensity very exciting but what hit me completely in the face, was the glorious pure major chord at the end. I find that very quaint. Thank you.
    Kind Regards

    Louis Dekker
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    Pour être grand, il faut avoir été petit.

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    Re: Transformed Metamorphoses

    Hi, Richard - I'm catching up with your spectacular Swirl - AAah, now that was sonic soup well worth getting caught up in and tasting.

    That must have been gratifying to revive a piece you had grown tired of - Hope you're happy with your new work. I feel you certainly should be.

    Randy B.

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    Re: Transformed Metamorphoses

    Hi Richard, How would you like to play this organ?

    http://www.oddmusic.com/gallery/om02700.html


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    Re: Transformed Metamorphoses

    Quote Originally Posted by bigears View Post
    Hi Richard, How would you like to play this organ?
    What kind of crew would it take to pull the stops?

    I don't think my arms are long enough to reach all the manuals! But I sure could make use of all those pipes!!! I would guess that the lowest pipes would be terribly slow in speaking. For sure, it would not fit in my living room, but I would love to have it for a few days to annoy one of my neighbors.

    Richard

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    Re: Transformed Metamorphoses

    Dear Richard,

    Wow! I enjoyed that. Like others, I love the intensity and controlled abandon of this. It would be great to hear it in a real church, but I'll at least download the MP3 to listen on the better speakers in my studio.

    Best,
    Jan

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