2012 Performance Contest

Title:

Villanelle (Dukas) Performed on French Horn by Angie Murphy

By: Angie
School: Hardin Jefferson High School

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9 Responses to Villanelle (Dukas) Performed on French Horn by Angie Murphy

  1. Ryan says:

    I absolutely love this piece, and you did an amazing rendition of it. The way that you played the main melody allows it to flow very nicely.

  2. Tabitha Smith says:

    cool, I play trumpet but I don’t see too many gals playing brass keep it up you sound good :)

  3. Joe Hagen says:

    Hey Angie! Congrats on reaching 100 votes! I wanted to let you know that you are one of the featured artists on a promotional email that will be sent tomorrow afternoon!

    Check it out:
    http://creative-outlook.com/emails/Students/041712-Perform.html

  4. Jo Altman says:

    The most FANTASTIC sound that I have heard in many a year, such full and powerful tones. Good Luck.

  5. Angie Murphy says:

    @Raylin H: Thanks girl! I was nervous about actually posting this! It needs a little work, but I thought I did OK!

    @Joe Hagen: Thanks so much! I recorded this solo in a church around my local town. I was amazed at how I could sound in there. It was even better sounding live! :) (Can’t fail to mention that I had a phenomenal piano player who also made it sound good!)

  6. Raylin H. says:

    You’re amazing Angie! Beautiful, rich sound and outstanding technique!

  7. Joe Hagen says:

    Angie, This is FANTASTIC! Where was it recorded? The sound is so rich.

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