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    Smile Fantasia in G major

    Hi friends !
    today I give you my fantasia in G written in may 2003 and revised this morning.
    I tried to do it in J-S Bach's style. I don't know if I succed.
    Duration 2:50 at 80 bpm. You can play it faster If you want. Please tell me what seems to be the best tempo.

    The mp3 (1.1 Mo) is : http://musicalis.monespace.net/autres/img532a.mp3
    the score (100 Ko) in PDF : http://musicalis.monespace.net/autres/img533a.pdf
    Friendly.
    J-Paul
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    WOW!!! Jean-Paul, you have really raised the bar on yourself. This is an excellent gem of a work - BRAVO!!!!!!!

    Cheers,

    Corno Dolce
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    Let me just say this. If I were out in a music store somewhere, browsing the shelves looking for things that 'caught my interest' that I could conceivably use, and I came across a book of your collected works, I would certainly thumb it through, and instantly see how some works would fit into the music schedule, and would buy that collection to add to my music library. Over time I'd work my way through the collection and perform pieces from the collection as appropriate. Most likely over time I'd come back and perform the selected works several times.

    And so it will be with the works you have presented here. I've already selected one for performance, and in due course may well select more when time permits.

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    Jean-Paul,

    I'm totally impressed ... once again ... your composing skill is absolutely phenominal.
    I can hear the Bach-like style in this ... maybe you could write a fugue for this in the future.
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    Smile fugue

    Hi !
    I have written some small fugues a few years ago. I will post one within a few days, I have to check it before.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

    Music is my placebo

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