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Offline OscoBosco

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So happy! Received a mastered audio track of my original string quartet "Reinvention"! Here is that awesome audio synced in with the sheet music.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKOzr19S2UQ

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Re: So happy! Recently got a mastered audio track of my string quartet!
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2019, 04:10:18 PM »
Okay, but did you bother to read one of my messages to you on one of your many threads that you’ve created now? I hate to be a bother here, but you should really create your own composer thread and stop littering in this section of the forum. You will find that all of the other composers like Karl, Ron, Crudblud, etc. have their threads dedicated to their music and any news they feel like sharing. You should look to their example and do the same.
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Re: So happy! Recently got a mastered audio track of my string quartet!
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2019, 05:48:58 PM »
Okay, but did you bother to read one of my messages to you on one of your many threads that you’ve created now? I hate to be a bother here, but you should really create your own composer thread and stop littering in this section of the forum. You will find that all of the other composers like Karl, Ron, Crudblud, etc. have their threads dedicated to their music and any news they feel like sharing. You should look to their example and do the same.

Yes!  This person, however, seems not to pay attention to anything and - again seems - simply to hope we will run up his YouTube views.
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Re: So happy! Recently got a mastered audio track of my string quartet!
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2019, 08:19:32 PM »
Yes!  This person, however, seems not to pay attention to anything and - again seems - simply to hope we will run up his YouTube views.

Unfortunately, this does seem to be the case. I mean I’m all for a composer promoting their own work, but it’d be nice if it was all found in one place and not scattered around like some kind of jigsaw puzzle. Every time he writes a new piece or has some kind of news, he posts a new thread about it, which is ridiculous.
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Okay, but did you bother to read one of my messages to you on one of your many threads that you’ve created now? I hate to be a bother here, but you should really create your own composer thread and stop littering in this section of the forum. You will find that all of the other composers like Karl, Ron, Crudblud, etc. have their threads dedicated to their music and any news they feel like sharing. You should look to their example and do the same.
You should really create you own composer thread? How then do ignoramuses, such as myself, then manage to stumble across such gems?

Wonderful ! I hear faint echos of Faure and Vagn Holboe. There certainly is unity and coherence of different sections (not sure what’s meant by ‘juxtaposing’ in this context) without repression of emotional content, a fault too common in much of today’s chamber music.
Is the entire work available commercially ?
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