Accompaniments for Charlier 36 Etudes

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  1. wfrayer46

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    I have posted the first 6 Etudes that I composed accompaniments for from the Charlier 36 Etudes.

    They are in a later reply in this thread.

    I have 31 of them completed and am working on the last five.


    Best Regards,
    Bill
     
    Last edited: Jun 8, 2013
  2. Vulgano Brother

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  3. Ed Lee

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    Yes, also.
     
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  6. wfrayer46

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    I will post them, but, let me know which one(s) you'd like to hear (your favorite etude) and I will post those first. Here's a teaser (if it works because I have had trouble posting from the Box.net): https://www.box.com/s/sssiljj5n686jmn63sw4

    This is Etude No. 1

    best regards,
    Bill
     
  7. Vulgano Brother

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    Midi files are fun to play with. I have an old version of Fruity-Loops and can get some pretty weird sounds. Are you going to be offering them as midi and print?
     
  8. wfrayer46

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    No, actually, it will be an mp3 file. I can offer the piano accompaniment score, but I will requst a payment or a recording of you performing with the file.

    Have you listened to my teaser of number 1? https://www.box.com/s/sssiljj5n686jmn63sw4

    Listen and decide. I want to give trumpet players a chance to hear the possibilities.

    Best regards,
    Bill
     
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  10. Vulgano Brother

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    I listened before I posted. The trumpet sounded much like a real trumpet. I asked about the midi option because I'm a pretty good orchestrator and plugging a midi file into a notation program saves lots of time. I'm thinking brass quintet.
     

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