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Prelude No. 1 [Woodwind Quintet]


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davidsmith99

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Woodwind Quintet
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Uploaded: Feb 26, 2008 - 02:16:16 AM
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Feter said 3979 days ago (February 26th, 2008)
Prelude No. 1 [Woodwind Quintet]
htis is awesome ...great writing .best loved
the converations between the insteruments .
thns for sharin !!
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said 3979 days ago (February 26th, 2008)
Prelude No. 1
I've always liked this ensemble. Nice rendering. If I could offer any advice--perhaps more in the way of articulation, and changes in tempo? The musical ideas are good!
kristyjo said 3974 days ago (March 2nd, 2008)
My husband is a bassoonist-
and plays with a local woodwind quintet, so I appreciate the effort that goes into writing an arrangement for this combination of voicings. You have a really nice flow of musical ideas. Perhaps rendering the higher voices a bit louder in comparison to the inner and low voices would give it a more characteristic sound. Also, more dynamic contrast for the whole ensemble. Articulations can be tough to try to emulate with software instruments, but dynamic control is possible.
I like the two movement (or sections, I guess) back to back. They hang together quite nicely, yet provide nice contrasting style.
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Composer, mostly contemporary classical music for orchestral and chamber ensembles. Delving into cinematic works blending orchestra with pop and ethnic percussion. I live in a rural town on the edge of the Redwood forest in Northern California. ... [see more]

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