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  1. Ciaonna in c major for trio. Audio file arranged for two recorders, two oboe, strings and bc. The Ciaconna form offers a compositional outline for variation, decoration, figuration and melodic invention over a ostinao bassline. Please tell me what you think SimenN
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  2. This is an unfinished work, I post this because I have no inspiration for what is to come after the climax part around second 40. Any suggestions / feedback would be highly regarded and appreciated.
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  3. I agree, really beautiful! The rising bass line when it comes in around 30s is amazing. I look forward to hearing the finished piece. I've replayed it a few times now and I get the impression you were interrupted by someone opening that squeaky door.
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  4. Excellent work. You've achieved a good orchestral balance with these resources. Well done with the orchestration. Did you prepare it in a daw or with a notation program? Sure, orchestration is a daunting study but there are plenty of scores about of this size for you to study. What I particularly liked was your frequent use of antiphony, most noticeable in the trio. What you've done is quite subtle. The changes between wind and strings aren't obtrusive probably because you keep them in roughly the same registers. And just to say it, you seem to have a good command of pre-chromatic CPP.
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  5. No one needs to join this project. I went on Fiverr and hired some people to sing the parts. I will be posting a sung version of the cantata when it is complete!
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