Thanks everyone. I've only just started the great trek through the series. Currently up to Pyramids. These books were popular when I was in early high school, but I didn't read them then. I think a lot of the best stuff would have gone over my head then.
I'll have to find another scene or character to write a tune for ...
I want to try and play this tune, do you mind if I try arranging it for the piano? I'm afraid I don't have a bassoon, an oboe, or three other people available (Of course, if it sounds terrible, I'll keep it to myself)
Thanks for the welcome everyone. I thought the bassoon and oboe had the right "grumpy" feel to them, with Esme's unconventional improvisations being indicated by the "Recycled Percussion". I thought the marimba lent a little bit of magic feel. Maybe I'm rambling. Too much Headology.
I've recently (within the past couple months) had the pleasure to have been immersed in a world full of wonderful fanmade music. from glorious instrumental to techno, dubstep to rock, and everything inbetween. I can't help but admire the talent and dedication that gets put into it, even if there isn't always the polish you get from a studio made thing there is a passion there that can't be ignored. so its always a pleasure to hear more.
what program do you use?
"The reason an author needs to know the rules of grammar isn't so he or she never breaks them, but so the author knows how to break them."