In a Chinese Temple-Garden (Albert Ketelbey)

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Uploaded on Apr 26, 2013

This has been a favorite of mine for years. I used the sheet music for a piano solo, and pulled the rest of it by ear from a recording. I hope you like it. Please let me know what you think

Classical orchestra Ketelbey

Pages 16
Duration 06:09
Measures 116
Key signature 1 sharp
Parts 29
Part names
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Woah, wait, i just noticed it says you pulled all but the piano by ear, holy crap thats 28 parts you had to pull from ear, I am impressed.
Thank you for the compliment. I try to write my own music, but lately I've had a bit of a dry spell. So I've been transcribing and arranging pieces I like to try to pick up some pointers from the pro's. I'm not sure which note for the bassoon you were referring to in the previous comment. Most of my experience is with the piano, so I use the Vienna Symphonic Library site to find the ranges for instruments. I did use a low C sharp 2 but that was shown as in the range for the bassoon. Once again, thanks for the compliment. I always appreciate a good word.
A prayer: You could send me the parts of each instrument ?!? I would like it to sound to my students...
O great g's, that note is such a pain in the ass on bassoon.
I love this! Very good, love the oboe 1 part! :)