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    someday in autumn (classical guitar)

    This is a recent piece using Ilya Efimov nylon string guitar library. Please give it a listen. Thanks, Jay

    www.jesse.us.com/someday.mp3

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    Jay: Wow--how lovely this is! Very pleasant to listen to.

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    Art! I am glad that you enjoyed this. Thanks for the listen. Jay

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    The sound is very authentic. I very much like the composition. The attack seems strong. I don't know if this is a function of velocities or the nature of the samples themselves. Very much enjoyed it.

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    Thanks Richard! I did work with the velocities on this to help get an authentic sound. This is really a great guitar library.
    Jay.

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    I liked this Jay, it gave me pictures of English countrysides and a troubadour playing his lute.
    Enjoyed this!
    yjoh

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    Re: someday in autumn (classical guitar)

    Quote Originally Posted by jaynkate01 View Post
    This is a recent piece using Ilya Efimov nylon string guitar library. Please give it a listen. Thanks, Jay

    www.jesse.us.com/someday.mp3
    A lovely sound out-surpassed by an even lovelier, and gently sophisticated composition. Admire this very much, Jay.

    Randy

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    Re: someday in autumn (classical guitar)

    Yjoh! I am glad that this painted a pleasant picture for you. Thanks for the listen and comment.

    Randy! Thanks for the listen. Over the past few months I seem to have gotten into writing classical guitar pieces. Its just a passing fancy for me but it is fun.

    Thanks to you both. Jay

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    Hi Jay -

    The composition and the rendering are well done. Thoroughly enjoyed the listen! Thank you!

    Ted

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    It's a very nice classical guitar piece Jay.

    The sound it like a recording of the real thing. I imagine you could tell the difference if you A-B them but so close it's amazing.

    I thought of Jeff Beck's rendition of Greensleeves listening to this.




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