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    Smile Introducing my contemporary work for orchestra

    Hi !
    I wrote this music about two years ago for a great orchetra like the French Garde Républicaine.
    I am glad to present you today the full version of the "Suite Républicaine" with its seven movements. Only 5 attachments are allowed, so here are the 5 first movements. Hymne (3bis) is an alternate movement that has not been used.
    - 1 marche américaine
    - 2 gymnopédie
    - 3 intermède
    - 3bis hymne
    - 4 boléro

    The full score is available on my web site, or ask me.
    Please, tell me if you like, even if music is played by virtual instruments.


    [Regulator edit: added the two remaining file attachments]
    Last edited by Krummhorn; Feb-20-2008 at 19:03. Reason: merged two more files into list
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    Hi Musicalis,

    I have downloaded and listened to those pieces - I think they are really great. To me it sounds like a combination of music that I have heard here and there, from different places, different genres, etc. I think these call for an orchestra performance, however (obviously, because you wrote them for an orchestra). What i was trying to say, is that the music is really so broad, it needs a broad variety of instruments to express it, add dimension to it, bring it to life in all its greatness. I think it really would be great to hear it performed by an orchestra
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    I liked it. i also like it on virtual instruments provided the originality is maintained.

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    Great pieces, Musicalis ...

    PS: If you want to add the other movements to the first posting, I can help you with that.
    Just make another post here with the remaining attachments, and I can merge them into the initial post.
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    the last movements

    Thanks Lars
    Here are the last movements:
    4bis Andante
    5 Final or Epilogue


    [edit: see first posting in this thread]
    Last edited by Krummhorn; Feb-20-2008 at 19:04.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    wow. i am really impressed! how long did you take to compose it?

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    Here is the answer :

    Marche americaine : 25 heures 19 minutes 41 secondes
    gymnopedie : 22 heures 21 minutes 2 secondes
    Hymne : 8 heures 55 minutes 4 secondes
    Bolero : 27 heures 14 minutes 29 secondes
    Intermede : 27 heures 52 minutes 50 secondes
    Andante : 27 heures 8 minutes 34 secondes
    Epilogue : 18 heures 9 minutes 41 secondes

    This timing very precise is given by my notation software Harmony-assistant (Myriad-online). It doesn't include the time I have spent with my piano
    (acoustic) to write or to test some passages of the music.

    Please visit http://organ.monespace.net and http://musicalis.monespace.net for more of my musics.
    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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