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    Hi Teo

    Really liked the selections you had posted there. Especially the Basso Ostinato and the Droplets piece.

    I could listen to the Basso Ostinato all day long ... very nicely done.

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    I agree with Lars..I downloaded it and left a donation to your charity.. Thanks
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    Thumbs up

    I really appreciate you guys giving it a look, I mean listen so a deep thanks! It's funny, the last song you put there becomes your first song, so I am exploring a program called ScoreCloud, and the Basso Ostinato is my first time trying overdubbing a long piece but I want to really get into that piece because it so reminds me of Pachelbel Canon and Bach's Air.

    I will let you good friends know when I have a longer, more complete Basso Ostinato piece. Still, I enjoyed making it dramatic, it says

    Andante larghetto, e staccato

    but people usually play it fast. Do you find that people make andante faster than adagio? With larghetto, well I know Chopin's Largo is very stately and slow, so this is what I tried to convey - can you believe 60BPM? Again thanks very much. I put a lot of time into Reverbnation nowadays and the funny thing is it makes me realize to focus on and present the piano music that is like complex music, rather than the funny stuff with wild diverse multiculturality - though you see my Spanish Concerto is still "multicultural." Silly MacBook Pro, since Apple uses Intel chips, it converts violin sounds to trumpet! Can you believe that? I guess to be brash (brass?) but on Spanish music it sort of is in the style.

    It is also very nice of you to compliment Droplets Improvisation. It is one of my experiments with a Chopin-esque left hand, very steady and simple, then a right hand going wild, but coming back home. I say it is "Classical."

    Thanks again! It is reeeeally appreciated!

    Teo
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    Thumbs up Handel's Organ Concerto Basso Ostinato

    Thanks very much Teddy!

    I hope this one is as good as the previous one, this has less reverb, much more of the movement:

    OstinatoBassFromOrganConcerto.mp3
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