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    Great wedding march in G

    Hello

    here is a new march in G major. duration 3:55
    The MP3 is ready (virtual Cavaillé-Coll)
    The score in PDF will be available soon

    http://organ.monespace.net/pages/8.html

    I hope you will enjoy and it
    Jean-Paul
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    I liked it so much that I played it twice.
    judy tooley

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    Have no idea how to get the music to play after I click the link above ...

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    The mp3 link is off to the far right ... I have to scroll to the right too, and I have a 19" flat panel lcd monitor

    Playing it now ... another great work - this one is very exceptional, and would be neat to hear played on a pipe organ ... but the virtual organ is very good.
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    screen width

    Thanks for compliments

    May i understand that people can have difficulties to see the right part of the pages of my web site. Should I create a pool to know that ?

    Last edited by musicalis; Jun-16-2008 at 10:37.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    Thank you! I appreciate you having the sheet music for us.
    judy tooley

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    It's not a problem for me, J-Paul ...

    I use cursor keys more than I use a mouse, so shifting right is quick and easy.
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    Hi Musicalis,
    I have to scroll to the right, but I don't regard it as a problem. However, someone unfamiliar with your website might miss something without knowing it.
    Thanks for the new score ... can't wait until tomorrow to try it out.

    LlL

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    musicalis ... just some feedback from a notation point of view. The clustered dots over the chrotchets (quarter notes) are avoidable I think, it's cleaner if a score has just one. The music is very pleasant.

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    I quite agree with you, but if I ask my software to hide some of this dots, I have to do it note by note, and it takes too long
    Thanks for your congratulations
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

    Music is my placebo

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    J-P - that's odd, I use Sibelius and Finale and single dots are easily achievable, what the software, sounds like a bug that could be ironed out by future versions is users write to the software manufacturer.

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    The software is Harmony-Assistant. It is a nice software but its first goal is not music publishing. there is a powerful language script which allows every thing you want. I have written a lot of script but not one for this problem.
    The manufacturer offers a script to make the score better, but if I use it to remove the dots that are not useful, it may change something else somewhere else in the score, for instance make all the stems of notes above C4 in the same direction.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

    Music is my placebo

    Please visit my channel and web site to hear the music I compose
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    Also I'd not translate "grande" as "great" in English from French, I'd use "Grand".

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    Thanks Contratrombone 64. i'll remember that for my next 'grand' work.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

    Music is my placebo

    Please visit my channel and web site to hear the music I compose
    http://fr.youtube.com/organcomposer
    http://organ.monespace.net

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    yes, keep them coming, your music is very pleasant, that's for sure.

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