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 graypencil
  lonearrngr@comcast.net
  philkellymusic.com
pop orchestral backgroundsubmitted:
2007/11/25 19:44:47
revised:
2007/11/25 19:50:07


Several folks have inquired about how to arrange a traditional pop orchestral background showing the types of voicings
typically employed. ( particular for strings and woodwinds ) Hpefully, this will be of some use to budding orchestrators )

It was written for a male vocalist for a record date using strings, five woodwinds ,three horns, and rhythm ( piano and bass parts are incomplete )

Since there's no melody present, the song title is not important ( although some of you may guess what it is. )

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 graypencil
  lonearrngr@comcast.net
  philkellymusic.com
Re:pop orchestral backgroundsubmitted:
2007/11/25 19:50:07
revised:
2007/11/25 19:50:07


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