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    Senior Member rwayland's Avatar
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    Himhechoco

    Lots of swirling runs and some pleasant music too.

    MP3 uses GPO Steinway and Fatar midi controller.

    Himhechoco

    If anyone understands the name, I will be astounded.

    The link will take you to Score Exchange where you can listen to the mp3. If you have or want to download the free Scorch plug-in you can view the score as it plays the midi version, a lesser quality sound.

    Richard

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    He has chocolate...

    Hi Richard

    Again an very interesting piece with a beautiful piano (and nice pedal footwork).

    My lucky guess to the title (on top). Pretty meaningless. But the music is goooood!

    Max

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    Re: Himhechoco

    Well, thank you, Max. The pedal is extremely important in this piece, and I took great care with it, particularly in the long runs.

    I won't comment on the title for a few days.

    Richard

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    Re: Himhechoco

    Richard,

    I love those runs interspersed with the chording. Then it blends together.

    Your music is always quite interesting and challenging to listen to.

    It's hard to tell where it all comes from. Out of your imagination no doubt.

    The name sounds indigenous.



    Phil

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    Re: Himhechoco

    Well, thank you, Phil. Yes, it is all pure invention, from somewhere in my head. I don't know where it comes from, but it seems to appear when I need it. The basic ideas flow freely. The working out of the ideas is not always so easy.

    Richard

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