So this piece is a first one complete score for the strings. Piece was written in August and the season of autumn was the ispiriation. Non-using large interval or chords in the parts made the perfmomance available both for quartet and orchestra. 

Piece written in 3 main parts. The first starting with tutti pizzcato, and next Violins playing a melody. The second is a fast part, jokingly with the rythm desynchronization. And then pizzicato making "magic" atmposhepere =).  In the end of the second part there is a small quotation to the first motive of the Onegin's aria from Tchaikovsky's "Evgeniy Onegin" - "Chto den gryadushchiy mne gotovit?" ("What does the future hold for me?"). The third part again starting with pizzicato and gingerly, shy notes in the Viloins. Last repeated pizzicato diminuendo symbolizes the Fall Leaf.

VST plugin: Garritan Instruments for Finale (Section Strings).

fallleaf_score.pdf

_орк.mp3

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  • This is a very engaging piece of music, very reminiscent of the light classical trend in the Scandinavian countries. Excellent use of space, highly descriptive and effective melodic lines, the whole package. It also doesn't hurt that you've found a very good VST plugin for strings :^)

  • Thanks Greg! I have a little problems with vst because of.. hmm system configuration (RAM, HDD etc) but i make this piece in good sound soon, using cinematic strings. =)

    Greg Monks said:

    This is a very engaging piece of music, very reminiscent of the light classical trend in the Scandinavian countries. Excellent use of space, highly descriptive and effective melodic lines, the whole package. It also doesn't hurt that you've found a very good VST plugin for strings :^)

    LEAF FALL for string quartet or string orchestra
    So this piece is a first one complete score for the strings. Piece was written in August and the season of autumn was the ispiriation. Non-using larg…
  • Ohhh, I enjoyed this. There are a number of unexpected, but sensible, all the same, harmonies in it. Some nice rhythms, too. Yes, Cinematic Strings will really make it shine much more. Had to put the studio cans on to hear some of it well enough, though, because the mix is just a little low.

  • Thanks a lot, Paul! I just start learn how to make my scores sounds by VSTi ) it as interesting as difficult)

    Paul Smith said:

    Ohhh, I enjoyed this. There are a number of unexpected, but sensible, all the same, harmonies in it. Some nice rhythms, too. Yes, Cinematic Strings will really make it shine much more. Had to put the studio cans on to hear some of it well enough, though, because the mix is just a little low.

    LEAF FALL for string quartet or string orchestra
    So this piece is a first one complete score for the strings. Piece was written in August and the season of autumn was the ispiriation. Non-using larg…
  • Looking forward to the new version. As Paul said, the volume is pretty low, but there is a nice flow ti it. I'm a bit puzzled by the ending. It sounds like it needs to lead somewhere, rather than end there.

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