simon - kimmeridge bay duet and score for pt 1 - Duo

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simon
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simon - kimmeridge bay duet and score for pt 1 - Duo

Post by simon » Wed Feb 22, 2006 10:12 pm

hi all

here is a short piece i wrote after a trip to a very beautiful place in Dorset, United Kingdom.

i have tried to capture the movement of the sea at the bay.

cheers

Simon
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Post by owl » Wed Feb 22, 2006 11:31 pm

Hello Simon... once again a lovely little piece by you... I feel you are a 'romantic' for sure :flowers:

What I 'felt' was the water running up onto the shore and then that quick little ripple as it ran back again.
I enjoyed it so much :casque:

:merci: for sharing your music

Joy in the music
Owl
PS. I certainly hope you are notating these pieces :roll:
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mrcold

Post by mrcold » Wed Feb 22, 2006 11:49 pm

nice work, very impressionistic, which is probably what you were going for.

Wonderful music

hav

Post by hav » Thu Feb 23, 2006 2:35 am

WOW simon - very nice :okok: -- I particularly liked the effect @ 1:00 and then 1:25 or so - very very nice and I think you REALLY got it there!! thanks so much - I really enjoyed this one too!!

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Post by simon » Sat Feb 25, 2006 4:44 pm

thanks Owl and Hav. i really enjoy playing it. i have posted a file of the transcription but i think i need to convert it to pdf first.

thanks

Simon
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darkshark

Post by darkshark » Mon Feb 27, 2006 11:33 pm

That is a great piece Simon. There are some beautiful harmonies that really work well together. I'd really like to have a look at the score when you post it in .pdf. The .mus file should be fine to open with finale, but unfortunately my older version won't open it.
Keep composing, Darkshark.

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