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    Hi my dear friends ,

    wow ! - after a long rest here in forum I´m happy back to christmas time 2010..with a new production of mine called "42nd Street & Park. Ave. 7- AM N.Y. City" ..scoring here some impressions from that moment or better from that morning after a long night trip through N.Y. . hope you like it... and comments always very welcome..... oh production was doing for a library music company..

    Link: http://www.box.net/shared/h2ybr0g10t

    My very best to all ...thank you for listening :-)

    JL

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    Re: Orchestral Jazz w. Solo Trombone using GPO - JABB and others

    WOW! I can close my eyes and almost see the imagery of a city street at 7AM!!
    Brilliant in both arrangement and performance!
    John B.

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    Re: Orchestral Jazz w. Solo Trombone using GPO - JABB and others

    Super stuff. Great mood. Love the string background. May I ask which library you used for the strings?

    KG

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    Re: Orchestral Jazz w. Solo Trombone using GPO - JABB and others

    Another great piece Jacques!! Such a shimmering and evocative brew you mixed up here, Long avenues, lit with splendorous light, while others languish in the lingering shadows.

    Nice stuff, thanks for posting!

    Best regards,
    sd cisco

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    Re: Orchestral Jazz w. Solo Trombone using GPO - JABB and others

    Hi JL,
    Here's a dreamy, relaxed style of jazz seldom heard today. Most modern jazz seems
    to be more of quick, chaotic fervor like two weasels racing around a cage.
    Very nice Trombone, trmpt & strings.

    Gary

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    Re: Orchestral Jazz w. Solo Trombone using GPO - JABB and others

    Jaques,

    I look forward to every new composition of yours posted here, but when I try to re-listen to the older ones they have been removed from Box.net.
    Is there a way we can hear the older ones?
    Do you have a web site?
    .... Chuck

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    Hello Jaques,

    It’s good to see you back here after such a long time… too long!

    Once again you have opened your paint box with all your brushes and colors...
    and you have created a beautiful picture.

    I could feel how rays of sunshine slowly lightened up buildings, trees and people,
    here and there, as the sun got higher in the sky of that street…

    Aplausos!!

    Looking forward to your next musical painting…

    ~Yudit~

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    Re: Orchestral Jazz w. Solo Trombone using GPO - JABB and others

    Dear John,

    Thank you for your charming words. I will post some new stuff in the next time...hope you like it to...thx for listening..

    Best JL

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    Re: Orchestral Jazz w. Solo Trombone using GPO - JABB and others

    Hi Gary,

    Nice to hear from you. I've been long time out of the forum..so long That I had to reactivate my member account here.. :-)..yeah the trombone is taken from a .library called "the trombone" from -"Samplemodeling" ...this instrument is absolutely real...when you play it ..you will loved it..looking to their demo videos..amazing.! Thanks for listening :-)

    Best

    JL




    Quote Originally Posted by garymosse View Post
    Hi JL,
    Here's a dreamy, relaxed style of jazz seldom heard today. Most modern jazz seems
    to be more of quick, chaotic fervor like two weasels racing around a cage.
    Very nice Trombone, trmpt & strings.

    Gary

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    Re: Orchestral Jazz w. Solo Trombone using GPO - JABB and others

    Hi Sd cisco,

    Thank you for your kind message. This title is little bittle unusal which I had use here..
    but I wrote this title for N.Y. and under my impressions from N.Y. and my shopping vacation and studio work there...great city with a unique architecture ..so different from europe and south america...thank you for listening :-)


    Best
    JL


    Quote Originally Posted by sd cisco View Post
    Another great piece Jacques!! Such a shimmering and evocative brew you mixed up here, Long avenues, lit with splendorous light, while others languish in the lingering shadows.

    Nice stuff, thanks for posting!

    Best regards,
    sd cisco

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