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Serenade for Strings No. 2 in D Major - Kinderdijk


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XMaramena

 Genre: Classical

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This is a piece I've been working on recently. Still taking shape right now, but I wanted to keep you guys updated on its progress so this is Version 1. I hope you enjoy, and do keep a lookout for more updates as it progresses (there is a new section I've written down but not yet transcribed, so hopefully I'll have that up soon!)

I'll keep downloads off for these parts, but I think I'll let them through on the final project. If you want the score as it is on its latest, then send me a PM and I'll put it on through to you :) If you know of a string orchestra that might be interested in performing this, then by all mean definitely shout!

Anyway, enjoy :)
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Uploaded: Apr 27, 2015 - 07:11:24 PM
Last Updated: Mar 25, 2017 - 05:15:41 PM Last Played: Jul 02, 2017 - 08:26:49 PM
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davajonah said 820 days ago (April 28th, 2015)
Your
tutor is a jerk. This is fabulous music and I'm looking forward to hearing more. Sadly, I don't know any string orchestras personally. Do you send your scores to orchestras? Perhaps you should contact the directly yourself. I've no idea how a young composer breaks through.
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DWL said 820 days ago (April 28th, 2015)
I'm with Dave
(although I've no idea about the tutor bit)

This is excellent Nahum. Romantic classicism perfectly executed.

I look forward to hearing the entire piece.

Cheers

Dick
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TobinMueller said 818 days ago (April 30th, 2015)
Wonderful orchestration
Love the lush sound, balance, ease of "focal point" (knowing what I should be listening to), and emotional surging you've created.

The first piece for orchestra I wrote (when in high school) was so badly panned by my first orchestral tutor, he refused to teach me anymore. Ha! So I went to a nearby University and got much better instruction plus use of the university orchestra. Fyi. :-)
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J.A.Stewart said 818 days ago (April 30th, 2015)
Lovely, Gentle Work
This is a sweet bit of music, well-structured and well-orchestrated. If someone (a tutor?) has a problem with it, I suspect that person has a (hidden) agenda or purpose. Follow your heart and your own instincts, young man. ;)

--- J
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paul f. page said 817 days ago (April 30th, 2015)
Something classical...
...and classic.
This works on so many levels: emotional, artistic, stylistic. I will be waiting for the finished product, but I think you have made a wonderful start of it here.
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say said 813 days ago (May 5th, 2015)
listening
( : thankyou for a wonderful start of my day, this is beautiful
egobandit said 789 days ago (May 28th, 2015)
Beautiful
I dont know any string orchestra but I I know that to watch this played live would be specail , great arrangement, very warm and moving
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