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    THE EIGHTH SEA for Band

    First movement
    Some say that time be like a rope. They say it be a single line that be goin’ from
    the beginnin’ to the end. In some ways they be right, but only if ye be lookin’ at
    a rope closely, for time be a mass of lines twisted round one another in
    complicated ways.

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    This is nice Gary.
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    Re: THE EIGHTH SEA for Band

    Thanks for listening, Hippie.

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    Well Gary, I have sailed the seven seas. Which one is the Eighth?

    There is some clipping there after the 2 minute mark. Sounds a bit too hot. Brass will do that do you.


    Interesting ending.

    Nice work

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    Hi, Gary

    Mysterious piece here, wandering adrift through murky waters far at sea. I liked the simplicity of the fog horn opening.

    Ron's right about clipping after the 2:00 mark.

    You like using brass - I'm sure you're going to have a great time with the new brass instruments in the up-coming Aria vesion of GPO.

    Randy

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    Re: THE EIGHTH SEA for Band

    Hi Ron,
    I first read about the 8th Sea in a post on the Navy Musician Association website. I take it to be legend like the sargasso Sea, etal.
    This 1st movement is from the 1st paragraph by that ever living writer-anonamous.

    Thanks for listening, Randy.
    I'll be watching for the release of the Aria GPO>

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    Re: THE EIGHTH SEA for Band

    Very interesting. As Randy said, it is mysterious, at times murky.
    Trent P. McDonald

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    Re: THE EIGHTH SEA for Band

    Thanks for listening, Trent.
    Should a mythical Sea be "happy?"
    I'm probably more dark than bright in my music.

    Gary

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