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Two-part invention no. 1


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gisli

 Genre: Baroque
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Basic imitative counterpoint

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Uploaded: May 20, 2009 - 10:19:25 AM
Last Updated: May 20, 2009 - 10:24:22 AM Last Played: Jan 11, 2019 - 02:30:25 PM
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TobinMueller said 3745 days ago (May 20th, 2009)
Very satisfying
Transports me back to my freshman year in composition class studying Bach. A very nice return trip. Thanks.
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gisli said 3743 days ago (May 21st, 2009)
Bach!
Studying Bach is indeed both fun and instructive.
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Daugrin said 3745 days ago (May 20th, 2009)
Gorgeous Conversation
I gotta try to this, I'm certain you had fun. Production values support this project.

Daugrin
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gisli said 3743 days ago (May 21st, 2009)
Thnx!
Yes, it's always fun doing some imitative stuff.
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Feter said 3744 days ago (May 20th, 2009)
Two-part invention no. 1
This is a live harpsichord ? how fascinating the sound and authentic composition
very lovely you took a long shot with this art my friend so proud and happy for
your ..this is really really beautiful ...I love counterpoint its my method on
composition and here you did it so wonderfully ...thnx alot for sharin such Art !
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gisli said 3743 days ago (May 21st, 2009)
Hi!
thnx alot for sharin such comment !

P.S. The harpsichord isn't real. I haven't got one (yet).
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Ed Hannifin said 3741 days ago (May 23rd, 2009)
It has been a while...
...since I listened to one of your pieces, gisli, but I am struck again by our strong sense of structure. I suspect that your studies of Bach, or maybe a love of Bach that led you to the studies, gave you that.... It's a real strength.

As a recording my only small suggestion, even though the harpsichord is not an instrument that sustains a long time, is to let the last note ring before bringing down your fader at the end of the track.

Ed
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blindsidedpoets said 3619 days ago (September 22nd, 2009)
Two-part invention no. 1
I am confused by the technical nature of the music, I'm kind of uneducated. But I liked the sound, what is, and how did you record that instrument?
Very nice!
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