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Tango for violin and piano


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rfwilmut

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I wrote this many years ago (heavily influenced by Abeniz) but only now have got round to recording it. I used to play the (real) violin, but not any more: so I've had to settle for a software one.
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Uploaded: Oct 05, 2006 - 06:11:27 AM
Last Updated: Oct 05, 2006 - 06:11:27 AM Last Played: Jul 14, 2017 - 12:24:26 PM
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Hardware:
G4 20 inch iMac, Yamaha Clavinova (real sampled piano)
Software:
GarageBand, Boldt violin (modified)
Comments
drakonis said 3944 days ago (October 5th, 2006)
American Waltz
Intriguing music, has a bit of turn-of-the-century American flair, I like it.
The violin sounds great... the vibrato is a teeny bit too regular, which
gives away its sampled-ness, but I can hear some of the spots where you
turned the legato on and off, giving it a lot more realism. I am very aware
of that, having written my own waltz with a violin part in it, sampled
violins just don't measure up to a real violinist! Anyway, this is very nicely
written. The piano is a little muffled sounding, and has a hard time
competing with the violin though, you might want to bring the piano
forward a little bit in the mix.
ttfn,
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rfwilmut said 3944 days ago (October 5th, 2006)
Tango
"I can hear some of the spots where you turned the legato on and off"... actually I didn't, I just played it on the keyboard. However I did phrase it as I played, and having once been a (sort of) violinist helped. The balance seems about OK on my wide-range hi-fi speakers, but, yes, on the small computer speakers I should perhaps have brought the piano up just a tiny bit.
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robblue said 3944 days ago (October 5th, 2006)
Nice
The "fake" violin sounds very interesting! Almost like a harpsichord? I
don't know how to describe it. One of the many great benefits of
computer recording, creating and endless array of sounds!
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said 3944 days ago (October 5th, 2006)
Very nice
The piano sounds very good. This is a good arrangement for sure.
Responding about sampled violins is always the same, but this one
sounds for sure better than mine!! Good job on this production
composerclark said 3944 days ago (October 5th, 2006)
Charming
It's charming; a very enjoyable piece of salon music. It definitley would
sound 100% better with live performers, but, as a composition, it is
most enjoyable and very well put together. Drakonis mentions a turn-
of-the-century American sound, and I agree; I actually hear a bit of
Scott Joplin in here. Lots of interesting harmonic twists; kept me
interested all the way through.

Good work.
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stevewhit said 3943 days ago (October 6th, 2006)
Tango
Thanks - really enjoyed this!

Steve
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Feter said 3942 days ago (October 7th, 2006)
nice !
just thinkin you wrote it ..is a real nice thing
and taste in music .. wonderfull !!
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Enrique Gil said 3930 days ago (October 19th, 2006)
Joplin in Buenos Aires?
I love Scott Joplin. It has the ring of him, perhaps when (imaginarily) he
visited Argentina and combined his music with Carlos Gardel. Beautiful
melody. I would love it even more if you record it with a real violin!
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