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Barroque Dance in EMajor

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Hi,

Here is my new Barroque Dance en EMayor.

For Oboe, Strings, Horn and snap pizzicato Double Bass as a percussion effect. 

I appreciate your comments!

 

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Hola Luis, gracias por tus comentarios! (Hi Luis, thanks for your comments!)

That's a good question I also wondered...snap pizzicato, also known as Bartok pizzicato, was offen used by the composer, but he was born almost 200 years after Bach's death, so he is not a barroc composer at all...Can someone in the forum tell us more about snap pizzicato and its historical use? :hmmm:

Anyway, I really liked its percussive effect, because it sounds like a timpani, but with a pitch.

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Great work, well done! You should consider joining NewBaroque. It's a community of performers and composers who write in a Baroque-inspired style. You can sell your works on the marketplace there if you're a member.

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Very nice. I very much like how the music returns to the main theme played by the oboe. 

What software do you use? I’d say the oboe has great clarity, however the string sounds sound feigned. 

Towards the end I hear accomplishment to dances more common towards the end of the 18thh century, but you wove it in in such a manner to retain that authenticity.

 

thanks 

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Hi Anthonydaly, thanks for your comments! I will have a look to new Barroque. Is allways good to know other composers how make that kind of music.

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Hi Markus, I am using Vienna Instruments Special Edition, woodwinds are in fact great. 

"Hi Anthonydaly, thanks for your comments! I will have a look to new Barroque. Is allways good to know other composers how make that kind of music."

I like you appreciation, and you are right, the last variation of the Rondo form (A-B-A-C-A-D-A), is more influenced by Classical period, which I also love.

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9 minutes ago, Guillem82 said:

Hi Anthonydaly, thanks for your comments! I will have a look to new Barroque. Is allways good to know other composers how make that kind of music.

 

No worries! Thanks for looking into it, send me a pm if you want any more information about it.

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