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#1300348 - 11/06/09 08:17 AM "Waltz In E Minor"
Larry G. Alexander Offline
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Registered: 08/14/09
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Loc: Tyler, Texas - USA

This is my "Waltz In E Minor".

Link: http://www.alexandermusic.com/resources/WaltzInEminor.mp3

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#1306257 - 11/15/09 07:45 PM Re: "Waltz In E Minor" [Re: Larry G. Alexander]
Inan Offline
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Loc: Toronto, Canada
though it isn't memorable in my opinion, it's still a very well-done composition. I especially love the counter-point. excellent playing too. I feel that if it were composed a bit more differently, it would be a kick*** 'haunted' piece. I don't know if my opinion offended your intentions, but it's just a thought I had.

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#1306436 - 11/16/09 05:42 AM Re: "Waltz In E Minor" [Re: Inan]
Larry G. Alexander Offline
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I have no idea what "haunted piece" means. Is that some kind of hip-hop expression?

Thanks for listening.

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#1306940 - 11/16/09 11:41 PM Re: "Waltz In E Minor" [Re: Larry G. Alexander]
Inan Offline
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...Haunted piece as in a piece that's haunted (a haunting piece; an eerie-sounding piece. no slang here).

I'm listening to it at the moment and I'm liking it more and more the more I hear it.

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#1307380 - 11/17/09 06:45 PM Re: "Waltz In E Minor" [Re: Inan]
Larry G. Alexander Offline
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Registered: 08/14/09
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Loc: Tyler, Texas - USA
Originally Posted By: Inan
...Haunted piece as in a piece that's haunted (a haunting piece; an eerie-sounding piece. no slang here).

I'm listening to it at the moment and I'm liking it more and more the more I hear it.


Thanks for the explanation and thank you for your comments.

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#1308790 - 11/19/09 08:52 PM Re: "Waltz In E Minor" [Re: Larry G. Alexander]
Passion Offline
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I think it's wonderful. I really like the feel and I do think it's memorable. My only criticism (and I am by no means an expert on waltzes) is the velocity feels very constant through the entire thing, as if it was created inside of a program almost. Sorry if this doesn't make sense, and maybe this is the way it's supposed to be. Is this actually a recording of you playing it?

On a site note, I live near Lake Palestine so I thought I'd say hi!


Edited by Passion (11/19/09 08:55 PM)

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#1308999 - 11/20/09 04:54 AM Re: "Waltz In E Minor" [Re: Passion]
Larry G. Alexander Offline
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Registered: 08/14/09
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Loc: Tyler, Texas - USA
Originally Posted By: Passion
I think it's wonderful. I really like the feel and I do think it's memorable. My only criticism (and I am by no means an expert on waltzes) is the velocity feels very constant through the entire thing, as if it was created inside of a program almost. Sorry if this doesn't make sense, and maybe this is the way it's supposed to be. Is this actually a recording of you playing it?

On a side note, I live near Lake Palestine so I thought I'd say hi!


I am not playing in realtime. I enter each note with my mouse.

Thanks for listening and commenting, fellow Texan. smile

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