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20 March 2007

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andrea
1.

congrats!!

Ryshpan
2.

Congratulations, Darcy! That's a great opportunity, I'm sure. Finale's going to get quite the workout over the next year...

Andre
3.

Congrats Darcy! I was backstage after a recent BP concert (Bridget is Michael Christie's manager) while they were talking about the "Meet the Composer" program and I thought you would be great for that. I'm definitely looking forward to hearing what you come up with!

Ad Mirer
4.

I think you're a better composer than Randy Woolf. You make your group sing.

Do you need an orchestra? It didn't do much for Duke Ellington or Chopin.

But go for it, and have fun.

DJA
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Do you need an orchestra?

Well, I like orchestras, and the expanded sonic possibilities they present. More generally, while Secret Society has been my primary focus of late, I like the challenge of writing for different situations and different ensembles -- that's why I'm involved in Pulse as well, and why I applied for this mentorship program. Whether my own voice will come through as clearly and effectively in my original orchestral writing as it does in my other music remains to be seen... but that's the goal, at least.

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