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 Post subject: Visions réflexives
PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 2:03 pm 
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The old site is gone... so I enclose again 3 of my 17 Visions réflexives op.9 ;)


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 2:20 pm 
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no.7


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 2:45 pm 
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no.9


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Great stuff ! I can't remember if these are the same as you submitted earlier (the 'Dream' is, I think) but I enjoyed them a lot. Very much Debussy-meets-Prokofiev, with Bartok keeping a watchful. And splendidly played.

It is time you went on-line as a Society Composer, and I think we should have the other items of this cycle if possible. If you can provide some biographical information, I will take care of that. A new site, with proper composer pages, is in the making.

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Thank you very much :) I will provide other pieces of cycle as soon as I'll record them :lol: It shouldn't take years ;) I'm sorry, but it's not so easy to record in Warsaw. My father wants me to send recordings to radio... maybe it'll be easier then :)
I've just sent biographical note on pm.


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wooo i like it!!The Cadenza sounds very exciting, very mysterious. Can you post the sheetmusic for it? Thanks

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Actually - yes, but something's wrong with my computer and I can't publish pdf :( I'll try.


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Truly wonderful performance!

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 26, 2006 3:31 pm 
Very nice. For me it sounded like nice Improvisations. But in a way all the pieces are quite listenable because they are very short ones. I am not sure if i can listen to these piece for more than 5 mins. I think in that sense u really captured the essense in as short moment as possible without boring the listeners. Good!


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