Concerto accompaniment

Concerto accompaniment

Concerto accompaniment    15:48 on Tuesday, January 26, 2010          

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Posted by DPH

Dear Members,

Here is a new website that could be helpful to many aspiring flute players: is a website that provides computer generated orchestral accompaniments for concertos and other pieces for soloist and orchestra.
The orchestral accompaniments have many benefits to students:

- They enhance their performance experience, as the renditions have a much more convincing sound quality in comparison to other products of a similar vein.
- They provide students with a steady, in tune accompaniment that will help them keep the tempo, practice their entrances, and stay in tune with the orchestra.
- They offer several different tempos for each movement, providing students with an opportunity to practice slowly with an orchestral rendition that is easy to follow and pleasant to listen to.

To learn more about the website, please visit To listen to samples of the concertos, please visit the Youtube page at You can also join Soloconcertos on Facebook at

Re: Concerto accompaniment    19:25 on Tuesday, January 26, 2010          

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Posted by emy47

Cool, I will check it out

Re: Concerto accompaniment    12:15 on Wednesday, January 27, 2010          

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Posted by travel2165

You might have added the PRICE of a concerto accompaniment.

For example, it's $10 for a Mozart concerto, plus an extra $5 for the tempo-adjusting functionality.

And the site has only THREE products for flute: the two Mozart concerti and the Mozart "Andante." That's it.

Re: Concerto accompaniment    14:52 on Wednesday, January 27, 2010          

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Posted by DPH

Well, that's true. It is a business - a small one, and they just started. Three Concertos are better than none ... I'm helping them out because I know how much work is involved in preparing each one of those concertos using a computer program. It takes time. I think it is great.


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