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    Thanks Winnetou, Gareth and sparky! I truly appreciate your comments (and I guess it's inevitable that I will do some film msuic one day - and trust me, you will be the first to know! )

    sparky, it seems that the server has been acting weirdly lately. I have now moved a few of the larger files to a deifferent server and will be looking further into the matter tomorrow if the problems persist. Thanks for letting me know. Glad you got it to work anyhow.

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    Rising of a new day

    Thanks Frederik server seems ok now.On another note I am hosting a Classical Concert at Axbridge Town Hall in Somerset UK on friday 7th April I would like to play Rising of a New Day while the audiance is being seated and again during the intervals would this be acceptable to you I would announce who the composer is before each playing I just feel it would be a nice piece as a background to what is a new and original concert in this neck of the woods yours in anticipation Sparky
    Quote Originally Posted by Frederik Magle
    Thanks Winnetou, Gareth and sparky! I truly appreciate your comments (and I guess it's inevitable that I will do some film msuic one day - and trust me, you will be the first to know! )

    sparky, it seems that the server has been acting weirdly lately. I have now moved a few of the larger files to a deifferent server and will be looking further into the matter tomorrow if the problems persist. Thanks for letting me know. Glad you got it to work anyhow.
    Last edited by sparky; Apr-06-2006 at 18:16.
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    Hi sparky, you shall be most welcome to play »Rising of a new day« at the concert tomorrow! Let me know how it goes

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    Rising of a new day

    Quote Originally Posted by Frederik Magle
    Hi sparky, you shall be most welcome to play »Rising of a new day« at the concert tomorrow! Let me know how it goes
    Thank you I am sure it will go down very well if anyone has anything with a medieval theme I would like to hear it as the Town of Axbridge has a 14th century hunting lodge which was used by King John as his base for his hunting of deer and wild boar way back when royalty ruled by the rod Axbridge holds a medievil festival every year so anything that would fit in would be useful give me a call and I will see what I can do about presenting it to the right people. Sparky
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    King John Hunting Lodge Axbridge

    Hi Folks it is hard to admit you got it wrong but here goes just proves don't listen to local stories do some research Sorry Sparky
    This medieval house, popularly called "King John's Hunting Lodge", occupies an important site at the corner of the High Street and The Square (the former market place of Axbridge). The building dates from the late middle ages, probably around 1500 or a few years earlier. It comprised shops on the ground floor, living areas and workshops on the first floor, and storage and sleeping areas on the second floor. We know that in 1340 a building with shops occupied the same site; it belonged to John Oldeway and was called "the stockhouse'. This house is the finest of a number of wood-framed houses in the High Street and The Square, unusual in a town where stone buildings, generally rendered with plaster or mortar, were common. It now houses a museum of local history.

    Very little is known of the detailed history of the building. No one knows exactly when or why it acquired the name 'King John's Hunting Lodge'; it was certainly so called by 1905 at the latest, although the site has no known association with King John. John reigned from 1199 to 1216, but the Axbridge house was built about three centuries after his death. The king owned the demesnes of Cheddar and Axbridge, which constituted part of the royal forest of Mendip, and he was an enthusiastic hunter, often visiting the Mendip Hills; it was he who granted Axbridge its first royal charter. So, given a house apparently of great age, with a crowned head on the outside, and the likelihood that John would have had a lodging in the area, someone decided - possibly with an eye towards tourism - that it must have been the king's residence. The only known royal residence locally was the palace &. rediscovered in 1960 in Cheddar, where the site can be traced in the grounds of The Kings of Wessex School. Nevertheless the name has stuck to the building. The carved head probably dates back to the sixteenth or seventeenth century and perhaps served as the inn-sign for 'The King's Head' tavern in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
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    Rising of a new day

    Hi Frederik. Well the concert is now over and the hard work will be today clearing everything up, Rising of a New Day went down a storm Just the right length to repeat once to fill a 15 minute break, thanks once again you never know you may get a few new members to the forum on the strength of the concert Thanks sparky
    Quote Originally Posted by Frederik Magle
    Hi sparky, you shall be most welcome to play »Rising of a new day« at the concert tomorrow! Let me know how it goes
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    Frederik we have composed an Album in sort of medieval eclesiastical classical style wich covers the history of great britain through the ages from pre Christianity thru Roman times and on to the dissolusion of the churches and destruction of the great Abbeys under Henry V111 I would like to send it to you. Can I send it attached to a private message then perhaps you could suggest which forum it would be best suited to how would one attach an mp3 to a private message or should I email it to a particular email address. Thanks sparky.
    Quote Originally Posted by Frederik Magle
    Hi sparky, you shall be most welcome to play »Rising of a new day« at the concert tomorrow! Let me know how it goes
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    hi every body... i listened to the "rising of a new day" and its amazing. can u pls help me get the score for this...something like a free download or some thing... it wud be really helpful...thank u.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparky View Post
    Hi Frederik. Well the concert is now over and the hard work will be today clearing everything up, Rising of a New Day went down a storm Just the right length to repeat once to fill a 15 minute break, thanks once again you never know you may get a few new members to the forum on the strength of the concert Thanks sparky
    (sorry about the late reply) That's great! Just let me know if you would like to use it again for some event some day

    Quote Originally Posted by brinda View Post
    hi every body... i listened to the "rising of a new day" and its amazing. can u pls help me get the score for this...something like a free download or some thing... it wud be really helpful...thank u.
    I'm glad you like Rising of a new day. Unfortunately I can only provide the score if there's a request for specific use by either a publisher, a conductor and/or an orchestra, or an educational institution.

    Kind regards,
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    Rising of a new day

    Hi Frederik
    Thanks for the reply late or not it is appreciated thanks for taking the time. On another note ( no pun intended) you have now listened to our new album Gloriam Dei, how about posting the first track to see what response it gets, in fact I would be very happy if you posted a track once a month just to let everyone hear a little bit about the turbulent and ancient times of the British Isles, because as you so rightly pointed out the narrator has a superbly evocative voice which lends it's self so well to the whole story. As disscused earlier we still need to talk about a meeting over here (or there) accommodation will be sorted, just send me a private message I will respond immediately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frederik Magle View Post
    (sorry about the late reply) That's great! Just let me know if you would like to use it again for some event some day



    I'm glad you like Rising of a new day. Unfortunately I can only provide the score if there's a request for specific use by either a publisher, a conductor and/or an orchestra, or an educational institution.

    Kind regards,
    Frederik
    Last edited by sparky; Aug-28-2006 at 23:15.
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    I also enjoyed this maby you can put together a nice melody for me and we can colaberate ill put in some guitar solo work Hahah.

    Sounded great really liked it see ya.

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    Exuberant!

    Frederik, to me, your original synthesized Rising of a new day is just Exuberant! A little flavor of Aaron Copeland, and very nicely orchestrated! I hope you will finish it. Susanne in Eugene, Oregon, USA.

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    I always love good orchestral music. And this songs flatter me lol, I can feel the spirit too inside.

    Nice !!

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    Delightful piece.... I can see a sunrise coming up on the plains with the creatures coming to life after a nights sleep and running/jumping around.... maybe even a chase for breakfast too. Thanks

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    Thank you, I feel Rising of a New Day works quite well, and I'm glad you feel the same way

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