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The concluding movement in my canonical hours cycle.
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Uploaded: Apr 08, 2014 - 11:10:01 PM
Last Updated: Apr 09, 2014 - 10:12:12 PM Last Played: Jan 08, 2018 - 09:34:22 PM
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FEEL said 1683 days ago (April 9th, 2014)
Nice
I like how you layered the flutes and the melody reminds me of some early Yes. I think this would go well with a full blown progressive band.
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VicDiesel said 1683 days ago (April 9th, 2014)
Prog recorders
Sure, lay down some epic tracks and I'll supply the stairway-to-heaven recorders.....

(That wasn't what I was aiming for but that's all right.)
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carbon said 1682 days ago (April 9th, 2014)
compline
i don't know what to say other than i really like this. thank you for the download.
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VicDiesel said 1682 days ago (April 9th, 2014)
you're welcome
this is one movement out of a longer work "The Hours"; other movements are also on my page.
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Vic Holman said 1681 days ago (April 10th, 2014)
Compline
what i like about your flute compositions is the fact that it is real and has that moment in time feel. plus the harmonizing.

.... of course i like your electronic tunes as well
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davisamerica2 said 1681 days ago (April 11th, 2014)
Much enjoyed!
This freed me from thoughts of the mundane. I needed to organize, and will again, so it's a keeper. Thanks, Victor.
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Parichayaka said 1681 days ago (April 11th, 2014)
ditto, Terry
Even with complex chord progressions and melody, the recorder has such an inherent air of humility and simplicity that it does take to you a more profound, unhurried place.

These posts are so satisfying. Beautifully performed and mixed with just the right amount of reverb.
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VicDiesel said 1681 days ago (April 11th, 2014)
unhurried
I'm glad these pieces are hitting the right spot.
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paul f. page said 1679 days ago (April 13th, 2014)
Into peace...
...is where this little composition takes me. There are some very satisfying dissonances, too, scattered here and there. This is something one doesn't usually hear with these instruments with the ferocity you've given to this harmony. This would also be a fine composition for pipe organ. Very much enjoyed listening, Victor.
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Philip18 said 1677 days ago (April 15th, 2014)
Compline
Very relaxing, spiritual. It's "close your eyes and take a deep breath" music - gentle to listen to. Much enjoyed.
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PeterB7858 said 1674 days ago (April 18th, 2014)
Compline
The recorder really does have a knack of just drawing you in to listening to the music and blocking out external influences. I think it must be a combination of the wonderful overtones and the complex harmonies you develop, Vic. Not easy listening at times but enthralling none the less. Thanks, Peter.
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Doug Somers said 1669 days ago (April 22nd, 2014)
Sound garden
There is a timeless and worldly quality to the sound you've captured which is transportive as others have said. Reverential and restorative. Some interesting harmonies that make this one breathe. Lovely tone you have too Vic. Thanks for this break from the minutiae of everyday life.
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In past lives, VicDiesel was a country fiddler, a shawm player at the Burgundy court, bellows pumper for JS Bach, Geoff Emerick's factotum, and a beggar playing drums in the streets of Calcutta for alms. Unusually, the memories of all that co... [see more]

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