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    "Capriccio In G"

    All,

    This is my "Capriccio In G".

    The piano is Garritan and the violin is EWQL.

    Regards to everyone.
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Capriccio In G"

    Very impressive, Larry.
    I'm especially interested in the violin - it sounds excellent.
    I use GPO instruments only, and have trouble getting the strings to sound OK.
    How can I mix other instruments? And how much does EWQL cost?
    Nice work!
    Jeff

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    Re: "Capriccio In G"

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Gardner View Post
    Very impressive, Larry.
    I'm especially interested in the violin - it sounds excellent.
    I use GPO instruments only, and have trouble getting the strings to sound OK.
    How can I mix other instruments? And how much does EWQL cost?
    Nice work!
    Jeff
    I bought the EWQL (East-West Quantum Leap) Silver Edition sample library when it was on sale for around $200. That particular edition is limited as far as articulations are concerned. It has its own "player" that you insert in your sequencer and is easy to use.

    I have owned Garritan sample libraries for over six years.

    Thanks for listening.

    Regards,
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Capriccio In G"

    Larry,

    You never cease to amaze me! This is absolutely a delightful piece. I really have liked your latest compositions with violin and piano accompaniment. They bring out your very creative and imaginative writing. There are so many really unique and splendid turn of events in this piece I couldn't list them all if I tried. But more importantly, they all work together as a whole rather than "stuck in" effects.

    I can't really describe this piece....maybe Baroque meets Ragtime....doesn't really matter.......it is, as I said above, delightful. I would have never thought of combining these periods together, but in your hands, it works really well!

    At any rate, another wonderfully fun and inventive piece Larry. Hats off to you!!

    Cass

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    Re: "Capriccio In G"

    It's good to hear from you Mister Cass!

    Thanks for the good words. I am pleased that you like "Capriccio...".

    My best to you.
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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