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The Golden Sonata mov.4



 Genre: Baroque

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Henry Purcell Composer
Trio Sonata No.9 in F ('The Golden Sonata'), Z.810, 4th movment

Arranged here from the trio sonata to Baroque orchestra.

Music image is an extract from Purcell's Golden Sonata in his own hand. ©The Bridgeman Art Library
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Feter said 3674 days ago (June 3rd, 2009)
The Golden Sonata mov.4
what a joy listening to such delightful deep music ...sure I never heard this
piece of Purcell so I cant say how much I m thankful for you to let me enjoy
this ...the structure itself so strange to me specially the first movement
solid mixing I found it so haunting and hard to believe this is NOT live ...
kudos ..and many many thanks for sharin this gem !!!!
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thetiler said 3674 days ago (June 3rd, 2009)
always a treat
love how it comes out in such great stereo ! Like being right in the orchestra, You get a terrific sound with the software you use. Love the second movement, wow. Enjoy the deep sound in contrast to the higher sounds in that second movement. Quite exciting really !

Way to go, some of the very best music I've heard here MO ! High class stuff in my opinion.
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kristyjo said 3674 days ago (June 3rd, 2009)
Fantastic voicings!
Really hard to believe this isn't a real orchestra. Thank you for posting this wonderful music, and for all of the time and effort you spend to make it into an artistic performance.
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Char said 3674 days ago (June 3rd, 2009)
What a great world!
Does it sound like it did when you first heard it in your head? Or do happy accidents make it better? Wonderful. Thank you.
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magnatone said 3673 days ago (June 4th, 2009)
The Golden Sonata
Every time I hear one of these by you, I'm blown away all over again! This is sensational!
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Moviz said 3673 days ago (June 4th, 2009)
It's all
'Top dollar', but when the violins come in in the second part, it sounds absolutely wonderful, as though they are dancing. I just have no idea how you go about producing these masterpieces that you bring to MJ, but please keep doing so, regards M
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