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    This is an original brass quintet in three movements. I. Sonata, II. Scherzo, and III. Fugue. It is 11 minutes in total length. I would greatly appreciate any feedback.

    Here is a link to the score.
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    Here is a link to the music.
    https://www.orfium.com/track/708378/...paul-t-mcgraw/

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    Lovely music, really well instrumented with an interesting choice of instruments giving a unique and exciting sound. Very impressive large work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KjellPrytz View Post
    Lovely music, really well instrumented with an interesting choice of instruments giving a unique and exciting sound. Very impressive large work.
    Thanks for the listen and for the comments.

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    Hi Paul,

    Very interesting work, I especially like the fugue but it's all very well constructed and very enjoyable to listen to. The sound set you're using is very good or is it perhaps a live performance? For me, the scherzo was a little out of place with the other 2 movements, perhaps that's just me but it seemed to have a different tonal landscape than the sonata and the fugue. Not that that makes it any less enjoyable however.

    Best regards
    mark

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    Thanks Mark,

    I really appreciate the listen and the comments. Yes, the scherzo is very, very different. I was going for a mildly humorous, lighter mood than the other two movements. The sounds are Vienna Symphonic Library.

    Paul

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