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Dimension Brass March
Last post Thu, Jan 27 2011 by William, 3 replies.
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Posted on Wed, Jan 26 2011 21:37
by William
Joined on Sun, Nov 24 2002, USA, Posts 5584

Here is my latest fun with Dimension Brass - Prince of Denmark's march by Jeremiah Clarke in an arrangement I did (from memory - I don't have the sheet music but I think this is close) using the 4 trumpets, 4 horns, 4 trombones (no tuba/bass tbn as I was trying for a somewhat Baroque feel).  This has a lot of use of the unison vs. divisi in the three ensembles.

www.williamkersten.com/page13.html

Posted on Wed, Jan 26 2011 22:16
by Fiery Angel
Joined on Mon, Nov 07 2005, Milton ON, Posts 311

Dude, you're killing me.....Wink

I compose therefore I am.
Posted on Thu, Jan 27 2011 06:06
by William
Joined on Sun, Nov 24 2002, USA, Posts 5584

 Sorry Fiery.  But you will be happy soon. 

One thing about this Dimension approach that is interesting and  unique - the instruments are recorded simultaneously as ensemble and solo.  That is weird and amazing!     And what it does is create variations in the individual players that are exactly like a live ensemble's variations.  I definitely used that on this mix, since I auditioned the 1st, second, third and fourth players on a few lines to find out who played it best.  And switched them.   At other times, the ensemble was all together.  However, for those I recorded the same lines multiple times with separate performance trills.  But this Dimension approach is perfect for lines that sometimes combine, and other times divide.

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