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"Gigue In E Minor" #2734043
05/04/18 08:52 AM
05/04/18 08:52 AM
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Larry G. Alexander Offline OP
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All,

This is my "Gigue In E Minor" for two guitars.

http://www.alexandermusic.com/resources/GigueInEMinor.mp3

Larry G. Alexander


Larry G. Alexander
http://www.alexandermusic.com
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Re: "Gigue In E Minor" [Re: Larry G. Alexander] #2734076
05/04/18 12:04 PM
05/04/18 12:04 PM
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Laguna Niguel, CA
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I love it Larry, it sounds like Tarrega's music (which I love a great deal!)

Do you have the sheet music of it? I'd love to see it.

Also, I bet you are a guitarist, right?

Great job indeed.


Fabrizio Ferrari, Violinist & Music Composer
Virtual Sheet Music, Inc. - Classical Sheet Music Downloads®
http://www.virtualsheetmusic.com
Re: "Gigue In E Minor" [Re: fabrizio] #2734898
05/07/18 05:47 PM
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Originally Posted by fabrizio
I love it Larry, it sounds like Tarrega's music (which I love a great deal!)

Do you have the sheet music of it? I'd love to see it.

Also, I bet you are a guitarist, right?

Great job indeed.



Thanks for taking the time to listen, Fab. I do not have the sheet music for this work.

I am not a skilled guitarist.

My best to you.

Ciao,

Larry G. Alexander


Larry G. Alexander
http://www.alexandermusic.com
Re: "Gigue In E Minor" [Re: Larry G. Alexander] #2734906
05/07/18 06:48 PM
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Wow, if you are not a skilled guitarist, you really sound like one to me! smile

So sorry you didn't put down the music on paper (or inside a notational program). I'd loved to have it in my personal collection.

Keep up the great work!

Ciao ciao!

Last edited by fabrizio; 05/07/18 06:48 PM.

Fabrizio Ferrari, Violinist & Music Composer
Virtual Sheet Music, Inc. - Classical Sheet Music Downloads®
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Re: "Gigue In E Minor" [Re: fabrizio] #2735072
05/08/18 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by fabrizio
Wow, if you are not a skilled guitarist, you really sound like one to me! smile

So sorry you didn't put down the music on paper (or inside a notational program). I'd loved to have it in my personal collection.

Keep up the great work!

Ciao ciao!


I don't use a notation program. Sonar is my sequencing software. Trying to print a decent score with Sonar is a nightmare. It is much too complex and the results are not good.

Ciao,

Larry G. Alexander


Larry G. Alexander
http://www.alexandermusic.com
Re: "Gigue In E Minor" [Re: Larry G. Alexander] #2735084
05/08/18 12:15 PM
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I see... if Sonar can export the music in MusicXML, you could import it in several programs (many free programs) or online notational systems like NoteFlight and similar.

Just a suggestion...

Thanks again for the good music!


Fabrizio Ferrari, Violinist & Music Composer
Virtual Sheet Music, Inc. - Classical Sheet Music Downloads®
http://www.virtualsheetmusic.com
Re: "Gigue In E Minor" [Re: fabrizio] #2735463
05/10/18 07:38 AM
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Originally Posted by fabrizio
I see... if Sonar can export the music in MusicXML, you could import it in several programs (many free programs) or online notational systems like NoteFlight and similar.

Just a suggestion...

Thanks again for the good music!


Due to very bad health, I have now discontinued composing any new works. I have removed all of my music software from my computer.

Thanks for your support.

My best to you.

Ciao,

Larry G. Alexander


Larry G. Alexander
http://www.alexandermusic.com
Re: "Gigue In E Minor" [Re: Larry G. Alexander] #2735575
05/10/18 05:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
Originally Posted by fabrizio
I see... if Sonar can export the music in MusicXML, you could import it in several programs (many free programs) or online notational systems like NoteFlight and similar.

Just a suggestion...

Thanks again for the good music!


Due to very bad health, I have now discontinued composing any new works. I have removed all of my music software from my computer.

Thanks for your support.

My best to you.

Ciao,

Larry G. Alexander



I am very sorry about that Larry, I understand.

Well, I hope you'll be better soon!

All the best,
Fab.


Fabrizio Ferrari, Violinist & Music Composer
Virtual Sheet Music, Inc. - Classical Sheet Music Downloads®
http://www.virtualsheetmusic.com
Re: "Gigue In E Minor" [Re: fabrizio] #2735672
05/11/18 07:32 AM
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Originally Posted by fabrizio
Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
Originally Posted by fabrizio
I see... if Sonar can export the music in MusicXML, you could import it in several programs (many free programs) or online notational systems like NoteFlight and similar.

Just a suggestion...

Thanks again for the good music!


Due to very bad health, I have now discontinued composing any new works. I have removed all of my music software from my computer.

Thanks for your support.

My best to you.

Ciao,

Larry G. Alexander



I am very sorry about that Larry, I understand.

Well, I hope you'll be better soon!

All the best,
Fab.


Thanks very much, Fab. I appreciate your friendship.

Best,

Larry G. Alexander


Larry G. Alexander
http://www.alexandermusic.com

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