Re: Tu Es Petrus posted by BRUCE LOEFFLER posted by BRUCE LOEFFLER
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Thanks for letting me join the forum. I thought you might enjoy my latest recording. For those of you who don't know me, I'm a 63 year old singer, who a few years ago started playing around on my PC recording and overlaying my voice. Although I enjoy modern music, my heart and soul are in Renaissance choral music. I believe that the rich harmonies and polyphony (or I guess in my case uniphony) will never again be realized. This recording has no pitch shifting. It is all my natural range and falsetto range.
This is a work I completed a couple of years ago. It does contain pitch shifting on the very highs and very lows.
Enjoy and let me know what you think!
Nice performance and smoothness of multitracking. Amazing to be able to sing the Barber in mutlitrack. I sang it in a choir on a couple of occasions - (he seemed to think altos can reach very high notes without pitch bending, but then it was originally for strings ;-) ).
Who composed the Tu es Petrus?
BTW I have also created a one-man choir (bottom bass D to top Alto E) check it out:
(the links aren't working so here's the URL
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