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Dear Wadjet - for Saxophone Ensemble and Percussion


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I have the feeling that I've already listened to that but I don't see my brief review here so let's proceed.

I really remind having said something about the wind chimes, what? I'm really confused right now, sorry. I remind saying that I liked how they sound but that they might have been played too much time. It might be that I've already listened to it in your channel or something? In any case, the rhythms you make along the whole piece are very clever and fit very good with the music above. The sound itself is good, noteperformer is amazing and I like how it allows to give some live to neat works like yours.

Possibly my favourite part is the introductory passage of the K section. Actually, the whole section sounds unique by itself, even more than the rest of the piece. I suppose you have plenty of reasons to have continued from M87 on, but the K up to that measure sounded like a perfect conclusion to me.

In any case, as I may have said somewhere before (or not), another solid, pretty unique and fresh piece that I'm glad to have listened to tonight. Thank you, Brandon.

Kind regards,
Daniel–Ømicrón.

P.S: would you mind if I shared your channel or any of your videos in my totally empty Twitter account? 
 

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On 12/1/2022 at 9:43 PM, Omicronrg9 said:

I have the feeling that I've already listened to that but I don't see my brief review here so let's proceed.

I really remind having said something about the wind chimes, what? I'm really confused right now, sorry. I remind saying that I liked how they sound but that they might have been played too much time. It might be that I've already listened to it in your channel or something? In any case, the rhythms you make along the whole piece are very clever and fit very good with the music above. The sound itself is good, noteperformer is amazing and I like how it allows to give some live to neat works like yours.

Possibly my favourite part is the introductory passage of the K section. Actually, the whole section sounds unique by itself, even more than the rest of the piece. I suppose you have plenty of reasons to have continued from M87 on, but the K up to that measure sounded like a perfect conclusion to me.

In any case, as I may have said somewhere before (or not), another solid, pretty unique and fresh piece that I'm glad to have listened to tonight. Thank you, Brandon.

Kind regards,
Daniel–Ømicrón.

P.S: would you mind if I shared your channel or any of your videos in my totally empty Twitter account? 
 

 

Yes, you may absolutely share this, I dont mind. Thats odd for the duplication, though. 

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