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It's been a while since I've composed any strict "art music" recently, so I wrote a choir piece, since I don't have many of those under my belt. Any thoughts? Thanks!

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Hey Monarcheon

I really like this, but it's kinda hard to follow along with the score with the SAMPLE stamps. I don't really follow where you are going aurally sometimes, and seeing a clear score would help. Maybe you're having this published soon? If so, keep me updated, I'd love to support you with the purchase of a score!

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On 9/4/2020 at 9:48 PM, Thatguy v2.0 said:

Hey Monarcheon

I really like this, but it's kinda hard to follow along with the score with the SAMPLE stamps. I don't really follow where you are going aurally sometimes, and seeing a clear score would help. Maybe you're having this published soon? If so, keep me updated, I'd love to support you with the purchase of a score!

 

True; though, a girl's gotta protect her own interests too haha. MIDI certainly doesn't help your listening experience either, I imagine. If only choirs didn't need words 🙂 

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I wonder if the SAMPLE text would still be effective, but less irritating if it went diagonally instead of horizontally.  Thinking of those historical writers who used to "cross" their letters when paper was expensive.  They wrote one way, then turned the paper and wrote more in another direction.  

Did you write the text for this?  I didn't see a source.  Sounds nice!

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