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    concerto for string orchestra third movement / download for free

    This is the third movement of my first concerto for string orchestra. Live Recording of the World Premiere. CD was just released.

    CD Tracks:

    ANTONIO VIVALDI
    Die vier Jahreszeiten

    I. La Primavera - Der Frühling
    op. 8 No. 1 RV 269
    II. L’Estate - Der Sommer
    op. 8 No. 2 RV 315
    III. L’Autunno - Der Herbst
    op. 8 No. 3 RV 293
    IV. L’Inverno - Der Winter
    op. 8 No. 4 RV 297

    BÉLA BARTÓK
    Divertimento

    I. Allegro non troppo
    II. Molto Adagio
    III.Allegro assai

    TORSTEN BRANDES
    Konzert für Streichorchester

    I. tempo 60
    II. tempo 100
    III. tempo 70

    Hungarian Virtuosi Orchestra
    Miklos Szenthelyi: Soloviolin
    Peter Gunde: Conductor

    http://www.ensemble-fnm.de/torsten/b...t_tempo_70.mp3

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    Hi Torsten I very much like Konzert für Streichorchester Keep up the good work I did enjoy it. I spent quite a few months in Hungary in Budapest as the guest of Prof Sylvester Vizi's family. I also stayed for a few weeks in Bartok Bela Utca, Budapest. I have tried to get a link through to the classical scene in Hungary for Tim Pitman & Mike Martin (See Tims Website) but as yet to no availe but I must keep trying. Perhaps one day your good lady with her Soprano Voice (you did promise me a little snippet of the last piece you wrote for her) will meet with the Tenor Voice of Tim Pitman and then everyone world wide will be able to listen to something special. I know you and Frederik (our glorious leader) have listened to Gloriam Dei and both made similar constructive criticisms thank you for your time. I have just been given permission to film in the grounds of Glastonbury Abbey to make a DVD to go with Gloriam Dei so I am now into quite a lengthy project so I may not be able to have so much time on the forums but you have my email please contact me if you think there is anything going on that I may be interested in.
    Thank you
    yours sincerely V.M.Spark www.timpitman.com
    Quote Originally Posted by Torsten Brandes
    This is the third movement of my first concerto for string orchestra. Live Recording of the World Premiere. CD was just released.

    CD Tracks:

    ANTONIO VIVALDI
    Die vier Jahreszeiten

    I. La Primavera - Der Frühling
    op. 8 No. 1 RV 269
    II. L’Estate - Der Sommer
    op. 8 No. 2 RV 315
    III. L’Autunno - Der Herbst
    op. 8 No. 3 RV 293
    IV. L’Inverno - Der Winter
    op. 8 No. 4 RV 297

    BÉLA BARTÓK
    Divertimento

    I. Allegro non troppo
    II. Molto Adagio
    III.Allegro assai

    TORSTEN BRANDES
    Konzert für Streichorchester

    I. tempo 60
    II. tempo 100
    III. tempo 70

    Hungarian Virtuosi Orchestra
    Miklos Szenthelyi: Soloviolin
    Peter Gunde: Conductor

    www.ensemble-fnm.de/torsten/brandes_compositions/concerto_for_stringorchestra_third_movement_tempo_ 70.mp3
    one day a little spark will kindle into a greatflame www.timpitman.com

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    Hi Sparky,
    thank you very much. I have never been to Budapest but I really would like to go there sometimes. The orchestra requested the concerto for a concert tour through germany. I could give you the e-mail adress of Peter Gunde who is one of their main conductors. Maybe he could help you with concerts for Tim. You than should have a concrete idea and program. Peter Gunde also is an expert on the piano especially accompanying singers.
    All the best,
    Torsten

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    concerto for string orchestra third movement / download for free

    Hi Torsten I would very much like the email address please send by private message. I have not forgotten about having a meeting when you are in the UK in November But I am very busy at the moment I am sure you will understand. I have been asked to put together a small number of classical musicians to perform a Concert in the grounds of Glastonbury Abbey in May 2007 so what with auditions etc it is taking up all of my time at the moment, I know it is a long way off but these things have a habit of creeping up and before you know it all the good guys and gals are gone. Talk soon and I look forward to the email address. If you do decide to visit Budapest please let me know, I have a lot of good contacts there who would make you very welcome Thanks Sparky

    Quote Originally Posted by Torsten Brandes
    Hi Sparky,
    thank you very much. I have never been to Budapest but I really would like to go there sometimes. The orchestra requested the concerto for a concert tour through germany. I could give you the e-mail adress of Peter Gunde who is one of their main conductors. Maybe he could help you with concerts for Tim. You than should have a concrete idea and program. Peter Gunde also is an expert on the piano especially accompanying singers.
    All the best,
    Torsten
    one day a little spark will kindle into a greatflame www.timpitman.com

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    Hi Sparky,
    thanks for your kind offer. All the best for your project. I still hope that we can see us in November. Will be in Birmingham around the 21th of November.
    I´ll send PM with all informations soon.
    Best regards,
    Torsten

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    Hello Mr. Brandes,

    where could I buy the CD you mentioned?

    N.

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    Hello Naiomie,

    you can order the CD "In Memoriam" (Best.Nr. OC-09802)
    at:

    Unger Sound + Vision
    Königstr. 13
    33098 Paderborn

    Telefon: Germany (0)5251 54 14 92
    Fax: Germany (0)5251 54 14 62

    All the best,

    Torsten Brandes

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    Dear Mr. Brandes,

    thank you very much for the address and the pdf. I will try to order the CD there.

    Respectfully,

    N.

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    Hello Mr. Brandes,

    I couldn´t order because there are no CDs left. Could you please send a CD to Berlin. I will send my address as pm.

    Thank you,

    N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torsten Brandes View Post
    Hi Sparky,
    thanks for your kind offer. All the best for your project. I still hope that we can see us in November. Will be in Birmingham around the 21th of November.
    I´ll send PM with all informations soon.
    Best regards,
    Torsten
    Hi Torsten I still mean what I say I will travel to Birmingham if you let me have the dates so please send PM thanks Vic Spark
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    Great tune, Torsten! *thumbs up*
    Frederik Sjölund - Swedish 3D Artist AND Soundtrack addict

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparky View Post
    ...if you let me have the dates so please send PM thanks Vic Spark
    Hi Sparky,

    thank you. I will do so.
    Nice that you are back,

    Torsten

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    Quote Originally Posted by naiomie View Post

    I couldn´t order...Could you please send a CD to Berlin.
    Sorry for this. Thank you very much (also to Frederik Sjölund) for your interest. I will post the other movements to MIMF soon.

    Kind regards,

    Torsten Brandes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torsten Brandes View Post
    Hi Sparky,

    thank you. I will do so.
    Nice that you are back,

    Torsten
    Hi Torsten just realized I am putting on a Tim Pitman & Friends show at The Webbington Country Club in Somerset on the 24th November 2006 I hope this does not clash with your trip over here let me know soon. Thanks Vic Spark
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    Hi Sparky,

    we will be in Birmingham from 13th - 20th of Nov. You´ll hear from me soon. Will write pm.

    All the best,

    Torsten

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