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Marcello Sonata in D minor Op. 2 No. 2, Allegro for recorder and basso continuo


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jonnyboy

 Genre: Classical

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2nd movement of Benedetto Marcello's Sonata in D minor for alto recorder and basso continuo, from Opus 2
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Uploaded: Dec 16, 2006 - 10:56:48 PM
Last Updated: Dec 16, 2006 - 10:56:48 PM Last Played: Mar 22, 2017 - 09:31:51 AM
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drakonis said 3812 days ago (December 17th, 2006)
Really wonderful performance!
I just now found you here on Macjams with this track... bravo! Excellent playing, and a very good recording (no pun intended). The only minor flaw was at the very end, where there was a bit of hiss/room-noise before the cut-off. Wonderful choice of music too, and a virtuoso performance. It would be really nice to read more about this recording in the description (for example, was that a real harpsichord playing?) and also your profile page... for example, if you have a CD for sale, putting a link to where we could find it would be wonderful!
ttfn,
Drakonis
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jonnyboy said 3812 days ago (December 17th, 2006)
thank you
thank you so much for your kind words and appreciation. the only real instrument is the recorder, everything else is garageband software instruments. as of yet, i have only been making the cdr's for friends on request, if you are interested in buying one i will try to set up some way to get one to you.
cdr track list:
1-3: Vivaldi concerto f major rv434
4-13: Simon chamber concerto c minor
14-17: Marcello sonata f major
18-21: Marcello sonata d minor
22-25: Seiber sonata a minor
26-29: Seiber sonata g minor
Check out my latest song called Vivaldi Recorder Concerto in F major,
drakonis said 3811 days ago (December 18th, 2006)
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Hi Jon,
Sounds great, I sent you a "short" NOTE (hard to find, click the "Notes[1]" line in the upper-right Macjams window) with my e-mail address and a modest proposal.

Also, if you are interested in performing/recording music that other people here on Macjams write, the joy of collaborating can be infectious! :-)

ttfn,
Drakonis

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RickW said 3812 days ago (December 17th, 2006)
Masterful!
Masterful performance Jon. I am very pleased that I didn't have to wait long after your Adagio performance to hear you again. Where can we buy your CD that is pictured above?

God bless,

Rick

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jonnyboy said 3810 days ago (December 18th, 2006)
cdr link
hello everyone. again, many thanks for all of your support and enthusiasm, i am very touched. you can order my cdr at the following place:

http://ensemblearsvirtual.blogspot.com/


Check out my latest song called Vivaldi Recorder Concerto in F major,
Cameron said 3799 days ago (December 29th, 2006)
great to hear a recorder "professional"
I just happened to browse through the "Classical" category today and found this piece.

Wonderful recorder playing! The software harpischord sounds pretty good, actually. Your "live" recorder track bridges the synthesized "gap" effectively, so to speak.

My partner and I are amateur recorder players, you can hear us on "Baby Roosters on Parade" and "Path of Tears" on my bio page. (Please excuse my shameless plug!!) We're nowhere near your professional level of playing, but you might get a kick out of our stuff.

Anyway I just want to commend you on this excellent recording and look forward to hearing more in the future!

Oh - one more thing - what kind of recorder are you playing? It has a very rich, full, woody sound.
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