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" T O Y S " Symphonic Essay No. 3 for ANDREW NORMAN by John Martin .

For Symphony Orchestra

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i really want to return to this and make it like a Concerto
for orchestra putting solos inmany instruments .Imagine the Debussy etude with chords with trombone glissndos and percussion as the piano attack the leaping handfuls of notes and wwhy not try the ssnow is laughing with not just harp but maybe winds and upper range cello and vibraphones and tubular bells and others . so many new ideas ii want to try
! Nov25 .I'm thinking of new ways to arrange thesse classica
and new music of my own to add again !
Here Iplay with some piano works of Debussy mainly the Preludes and Etudes . I blow them up with orchestration and in many places invent my own musical asides . PEZ peppermint piecesPlace of originViennaCreated byEduard Haas IIIInvented 1927Main ingredients SugarNutritional value(per 8.5 g (1 roll) serving)Protein0Carbohydrate7.9g My photi of a PEZ dispenser is the brand name of an Austrian candy and associated mechanical candy dispensers. The candy is a pressed, dry, straight-edged, curved-corner block (15 mm (5/8 inch) long, 8 mm (5/16 inch) wide, and 5 mm (3/16 inch) high), with Pez dispensers holding 12 Pez pieces.Pez was invented in Austria, and later exported worldwide. The all-uppercase spelling of the logo echoes the trademark's style on the packaging and the dispensers, with the logo drawn in perspective and giving the appearance that the letters are built out of 44 brick-like Pez mints (14 bricks in the P and 15 in each of the E and Z).Despite the widespread recognition and popularity of the Pez dispenser, the company considers itself to be primarily a candy company, and over 3 billion bricks are consumed each year in the U.S. alone.[1] Pez dispensers are part of popular culture in many nations, manga series Bleach.[2] Because of the large number of dispenser designs over the years, they are collected by enthusiasts. Husserl says "...." ,Kierkegaard,Maimonides,Spinoza ,Descartes, Poor ,poor, poor Albert Schweitzer and absurd Germanic German-love superir who only exists s a fountain for othher tenured oor seeking
academics to attain position through mimicry or expostulating or disambiguity . His work , his writing
s unnecessarily contrived and dificult .In his day that
was impressive ; now we see it for what I T is ! Heidegger in love with Hidegger and he sided ith the Nazi's like self-serving Alfred Cortot Rachmaninoff didn't see anything in his plaaying and h heard himin person ! I've heard Cortot's recordingshEis incomparable .Wisest of all InChopin,Schumann his lectures on Beethoven are a French/Japanese national treasure!!!Hope is a dusty well- worn thing but I guess we need it to survive and carve the moral dimension thick enough in ourselves -so we fear something. Look= a how evil people are when 90 % of them say theydo believe a higher power is sitting in judgement :but that doesn't stop them from killing their entire families or those of others or stealing , lieing etc!!! - does it ? What we need we already have if we JUST just dare ! Wasted so much time with crazy downbeat Europeans.Wont be setting their mis-directed inconceivable masterworks to music that's fer sure. Neitzsche has survived better than almost everyone else.Spinoza ? Maimonides ? Do we really need this ? MAYBE SOME DO .ambling rambling is so much fun.Who cares if ya read it or not. Dostoevsky &Tolstoy ain't Dickens nor is Trotsky (I must read his notebooks -wisest man we've had on da planet ! White nights ! .. .. ? Ive completely forgotten. KenRussel's The Devils with Jarmans as DP explains it all & that's my kinda film. Ken Russel is pretty cool as is Stephen Frears. Everyone should be made to see Philomena !!!
my foot ! On da ground you say . Naturlich . Now I'm trying to write filmmuzak! Here I try to write moozak for the masses ! da kind of music people like to hear after they've worked all day . Solace:((KISS IT )) CHAllenge for me :to write at least 16 measures describing somethng and having intrinsic interest ! i'M HAVING A GREAT DEAL OF FUN ! cAN U SEE THE PART WHERE THE DOG CHASES HIS TAIL AND THE HIPPOTAMUS SITS ON THE TREE STUMP WASSUP!!! AND THEN THE CAT LOOKS UP AND YAWNS !gribbit GRibbbit said the frog toPrinceofBavaria thenlittleLouiskissedPrince Ludwig anallthe wartfelldown but LudwigwasstillmessedupinHIZZZheahuhheadHEADSWAYDOWNL O W !!!!T U R D SS ....EEEEEEET EEEEEEAAAAAAATTTTTTT!!

not Einaudi not Nino Rota it aint zimmer but he influences everything TOYS Toys T O Y S by John Martin

Pages 24
Duration 13:50
Measures 287
Key signature natural
Parts 63
Part names Piccolo, Flute(3), Oboe(2), English Horn, Clarinet(3), Bassoon(3), Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, French Horn(2), Trumpet(4), Tuba(2), Timpani, Percussion(20), Piano, Harp(2), Organ, Guitar(2), Bass, Violin(2), Contrabass, Strings(7), Cello
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