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    Re: ~ Springtime Delight ~

    Hi Yudit, I have been unable to participate here at the listening room for a long time so it was a great surprise and interesting serendipity to find your new creation today. I enjoyed both the painting and the music very much.
    You have done a beautiful job of orchestrating your ideas and the music conveys the joy and re-awakening of springtime very well. I hope that you are thriving, thanks for the beautiful surprise. John

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    Very beautiful presentation, Yudit, both the music and the painting. Please keep bringing more us of your creations. They've been missed!!!

    Gary A.
    Serenity Musician Productions (Gary A.)

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    Dear Yudit,

    What can I say. It is so beautiful ;-)
    So romantic and sweet. Remember her the late Frederick Delius. It's really a beauty of sprigtime. All the beauty birds and flowers you've cover with the nice flute melody and the arrangement. Youre have compose and arrange here an very beautyful work.
    Really loveley.. & the painting is really nice to this work.

    With admiration...

    All my best

    JL

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    Re: ~ Springtime Delight ~

    Yudit:

    A marvelous exhibition, through music, of the reawakening of Spring
    and all that it has to offer. You have captured the vibrant colors
    of the Season and the birth of so many variations thereof. The last
    part of the piece is very indicative of true programme music where
    the WWs provide birds signalling the end of Winter and the transition
    to a much-anticipated warmer atmosphere. Very Mahler-like........

    Loved your use of string pads and the harp. Also, your symphonic
    lines were well defined and the instrumental entrances provided such
    great independence and variety. The harmonic structure was also
    so pleasing to the ear and carefully engineered.

    Just a great piece, Yudit.


    BRAVO

    Jack
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    Re: ~ Springtime Delight ~

    Quote Originally Posted by bigears View Post
    Hi Yudit, I have been unable to participate here at the listening room for a long time
    so it was a great surprise and interesting serendipity to find your new creation today.
    I enjoyed both the painting and the music very much.
    You have done a beautiful job of orchestrating your ideas
    and the music conveys the joy and re-awakening of springtime very well.
    I hope that you are thriving, thanks for the beautiful surprise. John
    Hello John,

    It was a great surprise for me too to see you here after such a long time!
    I hope that we will see you now more often here, you were missed.


    Thanks for your warm words of appreciation, they mean a lot to me.
    And you have taught me a new word too: serendipity! Thanks.


    Now I look forward to another surprise from you…


    ~Yudit~

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    Re: ~ Springtime Delight ~

    You all must have some other secret system than I do, because when I click on whatever it only displays the jpg, but no sound is heard. Or is it some arrangement of "Silence of the Lambs"?

    Raymond

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    Re: ~ Springtime Delight ~

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond62 View Post
    You all must have some other secret system than I do, because when I click on whatever it only displays the jpg, but no sound is heard. Or is it some arrangement of "Silence of the Lambs"?

    Raymond
    Raymond, try this link:
    Springtime Delight

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    Re: ~ Springtime Delight ~

    Hi Yudit.
    Can't resist to listen to it after reading of Mahler and Delius...
    I enjoyed it.
    You're lucky springtime eventually come: we are still facing chill and rain here down in Italy.
    Best regards
    Fabio
    Arrigo Beyle / Milanese / Lived, wrote, loved -- Stendhal
    Being Italian is a full-time job -- B. Severgnini

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    Re: ~ Springtime Delight ~

    Yudit,
    It's lovely! It would make a delightful YouTube video.
    Jeff

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