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 Post subject: Mozart "Turkish March" Variation
PostPosted: Sun Jun 22, 2008 7:44 pm 
After hearing my son play the Mozart "Turkish March", I play a variation of this piece just to amuse him, and he keep laughing and says "I am mocking Mozart. So I wrote it down. Please let me know if its funny (and if its listenable) Cheers, C Y Tong


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It's kinda funny, in a deadpan sort of way, especially the grand-guignol ending. I can imagine your kid and you having fun with this. As a 'composition', I don't know. It is not something one would listen to twice, I think. It seems to me a midi rendering, we're not really into that stuff here I'm afraid.

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I enjoyed this. I wonder what Mozart would say :wink:

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It sounds more like an extension than a variation! But nevertheless I enjoyed it. I like it much more than Volodos' transcription.

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