very inspired and professional
Thank you for this brilliant little piece. I like the neoclassical style and the scoring for brass. I had never heard of Bozza, but heard clear influences of Stravinsky and Hindemith in this music. Perhaps you should be clearer about the fact that Bozza wrote it (I initially read it as bossa (nova) sonatina) and considering the reviews so far, it seems I wasn't the only one who mistook you for the composer. Anyway, thanks for making me acquainted with this wonderful music and bravo for the very good performance (beautiful timbre, good timing, balanced harmonization)
Just courage is not enough.
I appreciate your courage of writing and performing a sonatina with a computer. However, simply courage is not enough for composing a masterpiece. I strongly advise you to read more about Johann S Bach and Wolfgang A Mozart and their theorems and listen and study their pieces.
I hope you will learn from them.
As MJTTOMB said, ignore the non-believer :P
This song is amazing, as is the fact that is a live recording.
Just ignore him man.
He thinks Jazza counts as a good musician, which instantly discredits his opinion for meaning anything.
Did you write this? It's brilliant, in my opinion. At points I'm reminded of Bach's Organ Concerto after Vivaldi in A minor.
The players are brilliant as well.
I'll fave and five.
Thanks. It was written by Bozza performed by us. Nice to have someone intelligent review something.
Bad, bad and bad again, it sounds stupid and I heard a few stuff ups throughout, and you may say there were none, I heard stuff that didn't sound it was supposed to be there.
It's called a live recording. Maybe somebody could sample stuff from it.