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 Post subject: Anituba's Dance
PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2012 4:20 pm 
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Hi, all...

Here is a little work created for solo tuba with woodwind accompaniment. Anituba's Dance by Grieg.

Created in Overture 4.1.5 and GPO 4. Solo tuba, flute, oboe, bassoon, e-flat clarinet, three b-flat clarinets, contrabass clarinet in BB-flat. Aside from the tuba, however, it's the triangle that makes the piece.

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 Post subject: Re: Anituba's Dance
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You must have treated Tuba with favoritism :) . It sounds the most natural and real among other instruments.

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 Post subject: Re: Anituba's Dance
PostPosted: Wed Jul 18, 2012 11:21 am 
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The tuba sounds great. The other instruments can be optimized!
Regardless of which: a nice little package!

:D Jovan

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 Post subject: Re: Anituba's Dance
PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 5:43 am 
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Nice arrangement, Jim... It shows your knowledge of the instrument. On a side note, it wouldn't hurt quoting Grieg as the composer, the way you put it looks like you've composed it... :)

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 Post subject: Re: Anituba's Dance
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Thanx for listening, everyone!

Jovan, what do you mean "optimized"?

Rob, Yeah, maybe I should...I just figured everyone knew what it was anyway.

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 Post subject: Re: Anituba's Dance
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Snorlax wrote:
Thanx for listening, everyone!

Jovan, what do you mean "optimized"?
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Sometimes the brass instruments sounds a little bit strange!

:-) Jovan

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 Post subject: Re: Anituba's Dance
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jovan wrote:
Snorlax wrote:
Thanx for listening, everyone!

Jovan, what do you mean "optimized"?
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Sometimes the brass instruments sounds a little bit strange!

:-) Jovan

Maybe this is because they are all woodwinds and no brass! ;-)
Flute, oboe, E flat clarinet, three B flat clarinets, contrabass clarinet, and, of course, the triangle.
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 Post subject: Re: Anituba's Dance
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Snorlax wrote:
jovan wrote:
Snorlax wrote:
Thanx for listening, everyone!

Jovan, what do you mean "optimized"?
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Snorlax


Sometimes the brass instruments sounds a little bit strange!

:-) Jovan

Maybe this is because they are all woodwinds and no brass! ;-)
Flute, oboe, E flat clarinet, three B flat clarinets, contrabass clarinet, and, of course, the triangle.
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sureley ... woodwinds are very difficult to mix!

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 Post subject: Re: Anituba's Dance
PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 2:35 pm 
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hahahahahahah Bravo!

The tuba has such great personality/character....kept a constant smile on my face and few times even had me chuckling..and I mean that in a positive way :) Very much enjoyed this...thanks for sharing.

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