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    Question Who wrote this music ?

    Who wrote this adagio for bassoon & orchestra ?
    It is not a real question because I know the answer. But you, do you know who wrote this music ?
    I am sorry, I have the full score but no orchestra to perform it, so, the MP3 is made with virtual instruments.
    J-P

    I see I have to help you a little. they are two composers for this pièces, one of them is dead without having heard this music.
    Last edited by musicalis; Dec-02-2007 at 22:18.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    Smile no idea

    Nobody has an idea ?
    listen to this piece and compare with Mozart k191.
    J-P
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    mystery music

    I can hear some Beethoven and some Brahms in this piece. Brahms
    did take over the tenth symphony when Beethoven died.
    judy tooley

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    Hi Judy,

    You may wish to revisit what you said about Brahms taking over Beethoven's tenth. The last movement of Brahm's 1st Symphony has a theme thats remniscent of the last movement of Beethoven's 9th. A certain Dr. Barry Cooper had in 1949, reconstructed the possible first movement based on sketches of 350 bars of music - 250 alone are of the first movement. Beethoven died 1827 - Brahms was born 1833.

    Cheers,

    Corno Dolce
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    Question the proof and one more question

    Hi Corno dolce
    As I told you, you are a great master in musical knowledge. That is one more proof.
    J-Paul

    Hi everybody !
    Let us come back to my question : who wrote the adagio ?
    To help you a little more, here is an other question :
    what is the main difference between mozart K119 adagio and the piece I ask you to guess who are the composers ?
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    Hello J.P.

    Please dear sir - I am but a humble puppy. If you were to ask me something about *Musique Concrete* or Schenker Analysis I would be flopping about like a fish in its death throes after being brought out of the water. I have no knowledge of such things. So, my music knowledge is woefully inadequate. There is someone on this forum who goes by the name of *Some Guy*. He apparently can more than expertly hold his own when the subject turns to music of the 20th Century and composers after Schoenberg.

    Cheers,

    Corno Dolce
    *If a man wants God to hear his prayer quickly, then before he prays for anything else, even his own soul, when he stands and stretches out his hands towards God, he must pray with all his heart for his enemies. Through this action God will hear everything that he asks* -Abba Zeno-

    *Protagoras: "Truth is subjective. What is true for you, and what is true for me, is true for me. Your opinion is true by virtue of its being your opinion."

    *Socrates: "My opinion is: Truth is absolute, not opinion, and that you are in absolute error. Since this is my opinion, then according to your philosophy you must grant that it is true."

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    And I haven't a clue.

    People recycle Mozart all the time. The one that always springs to mind first is Larry Austin's recent Adagio: Convolutions on a Theme by Mozart for clarinet and computer.

    This bassoon one is not as entertaining, unless the cool part came after the halfway mark, which is where I shut it down.

    So is this recent piece by someone we're all supposed to know? (Who are "we"?)

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    Smile mozart

    May be you do not know but you can find the name in one of F Magle 's forum.
    But nobody answers to the latest question : the main difference between the 2 pieces.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    Um, the Mozart part we know already. But you originally referred to another composer. That's the one I was asking about.

    Anyway, none of this is nearly as interesting to me as where you live, Bourges. I'd rather talk about Bourges, but that's probably not appropriate on this forum. Well, unless we talk about IMEB. Now THAT's interesting!!

    (By the way, is it K. 191 or K. 119?)

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    no offense, but isn't thread like this quite pointless? I mean, there is only ONE right answer, and it's a hit and miss, i don't know what anyone would get out from this.

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    Mozart like music - Game over

    Hi friend !

    I am very surprised that nobody guess who are the composers of this adagio. I fact it was a kind of joke or game and I gave you some tracks to follow.
    Please allow me to said that Mozart and me are the composers (I really apologize for the lack of modesty). I explain :

    Mozart wrote K119 adagio is in F major
    The new adagio is in F minor (the score is given as an attachment) , but both musics are quite similar. Compare the two scores : instruments are the same , 95% of the notes (if you do not take into account accidentals) are the same. I only change the key signature, some notes and all the harmonies to write this new piece.

    In spite they are very similar, these 2 adagio sound very very different.

    To conclude, I acknowledge that 99 % of the fatherhood of this work is Mozart's, but if I had not played and transformed it, there would be only one adagio and only one.
    J-Paul
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    Gustav, you are very perceptive. I guessed it must have been musicalis' work otherwise why would there have been such passion to see if anyone figured this out ...

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