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Old 04-17-2011, 08:40 PM   #6
wellslipmystitches
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Finally had a chance to listen to your music. I hear it like a tone poem with a leaning toward the French like Satie or maybe another member of "Les Six". You have some interesting chordal progressions.

You mentioned having it acted out so why not arrange it as a modern dance or ballet. If you contact a dance teacher I'm sure they'd have fun choreographing it with you.

I hope you're not finished with the piece. Have to tell you how I'd love to hear it; scored for low strings (probably viola and cello) playing the arpegiated bass double timed - a low, cascading waterfall effect - and a nice oboe on the melody alternated with a little flute obligato with those parts switched on the repeat.

I think it would make a cool ballet! So, now you run out and get some orchestra members over to your place get it all down on paper and all get together and wail baby, wail! Then do a demo on YouTube so we can hear it. :<)
Jean
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