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Sketch for orchestra - Ian Moore


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« on: July 11, 2015, 11:13:47 am »

Thank you Mr. Moore for posting this Sketch for orchestra. I have listened to it once already, and will listen again more carefully later this evening in bed a number of times. It is good to see and hear you now writing for orchestra! There are already a few questions: 1) what do you think about the concept "harmony"? Should it be a) controlled or b) an essentially random outcome of other, more important, musical factors? 2) Is there some principle you can tell us about that (for you) determines the way the form of a piece develops? And 3) what do the letters WES stand for? Is it this West European Symphony? http://www.wesorchestra.com/

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