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March 21st, 2012 | Audio Stuff, MOTHER 1, Videos

BlueStone sent this in recently:

So, I arranged this song as a school project and then got the opportunity to have it performed at my senior recital a month prior to my graduation. Deviating slightly from the original I go through several key changes throughout the piece to keep it interesting (also because of the range limit of the instruments). Don’t be fooled by how easy it is to listen to. It’s a lot more difficult on the performers’ part.

This is an amazing performance, one of the best I’ve ever seen/heard! Great job!

 

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7 Comments to Snowman for Brass Quintet


Miles of SmashWiki said on Mar. 21, 2012

As a horn player myself, color me impressed. Wow. o_o

PK Derp said on Mar. 21, 2012

Do you think the school knows it’s from a fantastic game called Earthbound?

BlueStone said on Mar. 21, 2012

Well, it was stated in the program notes which the school printed, so I’m going to assume that they read it.

PK Derp said on Mar. 21, 2012

Hopefully it might get a few more people to play Earthbound

JB2448 said on Mar. 21, 2012

Hirokazu Tanaka said this is “heart warming.”

Radic said on Mar. 23, 2012

Yeah! Go French Horns!

Mikeja78 said on Apr. 11, 2012

This is just lovely music. I enjoyed it.


 
 

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