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The arrangement is very effective too, congratulations!
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I like! Your quartet is very well balanced and blends nicely. Nice!!!
Why Be Normal????
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Could you possibly tell me where I could get the music for this or for something like it?
It was absolutely amazing!
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Rather delightful! But put in the lyrics and... umm... urhmm... uh-huh.
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This is my own arrangement. I have not published it or anything yet. I am not completely sure how to go about doing that.
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Very cool. Yeah it gets tough publishing a piece when the original composer is alive. You need to pay them a cut of the publication and really get their permission to publish. In order to record you need to pay mechanical fees. Very nice arrangement.
If your flute quartet is interested in doing some beatboxing I have a flute quartet published called "Tamar". Its being premiere next month at the UAHuntsville New Music Festival in Huntsville, Alabama: http://www.clearnote.net/Tamar.html