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Pearls from swine
by MrBajen


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Released: Nov 10, 2005 | 7:44 PM
Category: Classical
Application: GarageBand
Loop Use: No loops

File Type: .mp3
File Size: 2.4 MB

Plays: 2043
Downloads: 16
Weekly Plays: 2
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Thursday

License: Derivative works allowed on iCompositions only; contact artist for permission
This is a piece for flute, violin, cello and grand piano. I had a lot of fun while composing it...

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Fortunato Listener

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The sound recording is good and realistic, I can hear this so easy... I love the fugato with this percu-end... Ah ah !

Are you between Messiaen, Shostakovitch & Bartôk ?

Great style ! This originally quartet with piano is something I love to listen here...

Your musicians are pretty good ! Great work my friend...

Forti
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12 years ago
Fortunato Listener

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What kind of mics did you have ?
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12 years ago
MrBajen Artist

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Thank you, compadre! I kinda guessed you would like this. This piece is perhaps a little closer to your adorable music than my ABBA-covers smiley

Ah, the microphones. I don't have a clue since I didn't record this. I was conducting it.

The fugato at the end is actually what is left of the fuge I posted here sometime ago (you know the Game-Boy piece). I trashed the fuge and used the leftovers here. The ensemble is called The Pearls before Swïne Experience, hence the titel.
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MrBajen Artist

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Sorry Fortunato, I didn't answer your question because I didn't really understand it.
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Fortunato Listener

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I know... You are not the only one to say that... My questions are like me, something of incomprhensible...

That's not important, I listen this composition and I love it !

Yes, this is more the kind of music I love... I cannot erase my cultural inheritance... I come from this musical culture...

Thanks !

forti

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12 years ago
jolofsson Artist

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This was fun smiley

Great composition....perfect balance.....and I just love the ending with the flute, violin and cello....and then a big BANG !!!!

Simply great !!!
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12 years ago
MrBajen Artist

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Thank you! There is actually a story behind the "Big bang". I had for various reasons to stop composing at a certain time a certain day, and when the deadline appeared I simply closed the piano lid.
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ponkey Moderator

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It's people like yourself and Forti that really lift this site, MrBajen... amazing stuff. And I love the story behind the ending, too.
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Cruz Artist

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Very well written and recorded... I never thought I'd find works like this on iCompositions.
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BossHook Artist

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Such an individual statement. The chaos is beautiful.
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Wow, beauty from kaos. Amazingly written, performed and recorded.

Peace,
Pete
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10 years ago
ciheins Moderator

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Very Modern. Nicely done.
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ddball Listener

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I'm not a classic afficianado, but I can hear great stuff when I hear it. Five bunnies.
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10 years ago
Raxz Artist

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Great, I loved this piece and the story of the"big bang" piano lid ending is hilarious.
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Nice and rhythmic. The modern harmonies are cool as well. Good idiomatic writing for the instruments. I like the ostinato, and the forearm smashes on the piano. Enjoyed!
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Ah yes, Messiaen is a good reference here, Fortunato -- this definitely resonates on the same plane as the "Quartet pour la Fin du Temps." (but with flute instead of clarinet). These pieces are always your own, but it's amazing how you fall right in with some of the great modern composers. Definitely a sense of polystylism when the fugal passage takes over toward the end and BANG...hahaha. Also, reminiscent of one of my favorite composers, Alfred Schnittke. You are a great composer, MrB (no matter what microphone you use). smiley Thanks again. ~Justin
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