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Marche Joyeuse


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H3nry

 Genre: Classical

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A short, happy little march by Emmanuel Chabrier.
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Comments: 11
Fans: 6
Plays: 55
Downloads: 88
Votes: 1
Uploaded: Nov 26, 2011 - 06:24:38 PM
Last Updated: Nov 26, 2011 - 06:24:38 PM Last Played: Feb 22, 2017 - 10:10:04 AM
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Hardware:
Mac Mini
Software:
Logic Studio, Orchestra Jam Pack
Comments
Skweryl said 2039 days ago (November 26th, 2011)
H3NRYUSKWERYL!
THIS IS VERY BUGS BUNNY COOL ! AND THAT IS BIG SKWERYL COMMENT! WE REALLY LIKE THIS VERY MUCH!
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MidiOrleans said 2039 days ago (November 26th, 2011)
Chabrier
The orchestra sounds wonderful. Bravo!
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H3nry said 2039 days ago (November 27th, 2011)
Getting better.
The virtual virtuosos are improving.
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Feter said 2039 days ago (November 26th, 2011)
Marche Joyeuse
Interesting directing to the piece ...sure never heard it before (cos I m too ancient to such new music ) but really wonderful orchestra ..so real ..thanks alot for sharing !!
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michaeljayklein said 2039 days ago (November 26th, 2011)
Marche Joyeuse
I bumped into Tolouse last evening and he told me to hear this new show at the Moulin Rouge. It was quite an evening--such great music and the conductor directed with brilliance and aplomb. Great job Henry--always worth waiting for your latest! Michael
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H3nry said 2039 days ago (November 27th, 2011)
Too loose
Watch out for those painters, they can get pretty wild.

Chabrier collected paintings, too. The above portrait is by Manet. Chabrier's collection included Cezanne, Manet, Monet, Renoir, Sisley, and Degas, with whom he hung out in the fashionable salons of Paris.
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richard13 said 2039 days ago (November 27th, 2011)
If I was in a marching band
I'd have a hard time NOT skipping, dancing and otherwise having a grand ol' time, rather than simply marching. Henry this is excellent: how do you do it? Keyboard or notation? Or do you climb inside the mini and conduct the players in the Jam Pack? Whatever, it sounds pretty darn real to me.
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H3nry said 2039 days ago (November 27th, 2011)
Hop, skip, and dance
This march really does make you want to skip along.
General process:
First step: get the notes into the computer - fastest way is play them in with Midi keyboard.
Second: if working from a score, usually quantize to get everything in time. For pop, usually not.
Third: solo each instrument and work on velocity and expression. Remove individual reverbs.
Fourth: work on tempi.
Fifth: work on overall balances and mix automation, if any. This piece needed no automation.
Last: adjust reverb for virtual room and listening position, adjust compression & limiter if used.

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VicDiesel said 2039 days ago (November 27th, 2011)
Masterly
A very joyeuse peace indeed, and it sounds fantastic here.
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Jarvoid said 2036 days ago (November 30th, 2011)
Well played
encore.......

Jarvo
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Mosaica said 2036 days ago (November 30th, 2011)
Happy marching
Really uplifting and quite free-spirited for a march! Has a bit of a circus vibe to it too. Enjoyed :-)
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Name: Henry Spragens
Location: Pflugerville TX United States
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