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Flying high over a vast and desolate southwest landscape I heard this theme running through my mind.
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Uploaded: Jun 25, 2006 - 11:34:18 AM
Last Updated: Jul 13, 2006 - 10:47:33 AM Last Played: Jun 21, 2019 - 04:25:30 PM
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macgalver said 4749 days ago (June 26th, 2006)
less is best
Lovely melodies and movements in this meditative piece. I love this
style of music and I tend to prefer the simply constructed. That said, I
think you could have continued it a bit longer. Lovely for what it is
though. Thanks for sharing and welcome to this community!! kelli
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composerclark said 4747 days ago (June 28th, 2006)
Nice mood-setting
It sets a mood very effectively. It's very beautiful, expansive (I can
imagine this music in an IMAX film, panning over a vast expanse of land
(but not necessarily desert!)), and shows good craft. Good counterpoint.

It ends so abruptly that it felt almost like you grew tired of it... I could
see you extending this a bit further, and perhaps thinning out the texture
gradually so that it ends much as it began.

Very fine writing, and I hope to hear more of your music here!
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composerclark said 4747 days ago (June 28th, 2006)
Nice mood-setting
(I'm curious about the title; is it a typo (missing an 'r')? If not, I'd be interested
to know what it means.)


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Bowman said 4746 days ago (June 28th, 2006)
Nice mood-setting
Clark, it was a typo. It should have read Horizon. I was in such a hurry to
post that I wasn't careful enough but I'm also just a lousy speller.

Your suggestions as to how I might improve Horizon are very perceptive and
ones I'd definitely like to try. Unfortunately for me Horizon was played live on
my Yamaha and not input into garageband, a program I’m only now
beginning to learn - talk about late bloomers.

I love music and want so much to bring it out of me as skillfully as I can but I
have such a long way to go. Something you don’t have to worry about.
I zipped to your site and played Three Lorca Sketches for Orchestra and was
enraptured by it's skill and great beauty. It makes your thoughtful and kind
words about my work all the more meaningful. You’ve made a new and
lifelong fan.
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drakonis said 4746 days ago (June 29th, 2006)
nice and contemplative
I like the overall composition, nice interplay between violins and cello
parts. It felt somber, with the high strings presenting occasional shafts of
light, somewhat like a cloudy sunset. It stops rather abruptly, and felt
like it needed a stronger resolution, or a longer fade out. The synthy
flanging of the cello and strings was a little distracting... this would sound
even better with higher quality instruments and possibly a little careful
reverb added to give it spaciousness.
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Feter said 4700 days ago (August 14th, 2006)
real interuments
I was thinkin with myself ...as I m lookin at my pieces
what if those played with REAL insteruments ....
I bet all the secret beauty shown ... well done !!
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