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    Three pieces for woodwind sextet

    A updated version of this work from 2006.
    THREE MOVEMENTS.
    flute, oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet,
    bassoon, and horn

    Gary

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    Re: Three pieces for woodwind sextet

    I am surprised this hasn't received any posts yet. I saw no responses and thought I had better have a listen and rectify that.

    This is really good Gary!

    I think you have captured the spirit of the instruments well. There are some chords around the 2:30ish mark that I really like.

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    Re: Three pieces for woodwind sextet

    What a charming piece. So well rendered, sounds like they're in a recital hall. This is a very strangely structured, but retains that sense of security throughout most of the melodic passages. I really enjoyed it. Seems like it would take some real rehearsing with a real group. Excellent!

    I agree with Alan about the chords at 2:30ish. They sound Holst-y
    Yours Truly,
    TubaJediMaster
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    Re: Three pieces for woodwind sextet

    This does sound really good to me. I am especially impressed with how good the rendering sounds. I am not so qualified to comment on the writing but I do like it.

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    Re: Three pieces for woodwind sextet

    Thanks for listening and responding, Alan.
    I was beginning to think it would go to the "dead letter" page 2 without comments.

    Thanks for the comments Tubajed...
    The structure reflects where I was 3 years ago. I didn't worry about form & organization. I don't do a whole lot of difference now, but I use more repetition & strive for recognizable form.

    Thanks for listening, Eric.
    Impressions from listeners about interest in a piece are important because the listener is the 3rd element in any performer(composer/performer(s)-audience.)
    Gary

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