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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 4 – Masters)
Topic: Staff (01/31/13)

TITLE: Memorandum
By Christina Banks
02/05/13


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Times are changing and our rhythm has suffered. Things have not progressed to the degree that we are forced to scale back, however augmentation may be necessary. If we don’t keep up with pace and tempo we may be in treble next quarter and on the whole. While it is natural to transcribe gloom – and we will refrain from voicing further grave phrases – this interlude will not last long.

Recent subdivisions have kept us running in the black, but an increase in bass line activities should restore harmony. We have taken note of the direction the movement is headed, and are confident we can develop through this transition and turn the score, raise the bar, and release the strain this has had by each doing our part.

Variation is the key, so remain sharp. Compose yourselves well. Stay upbeat. Find your forte. A well-earned rest will be yours once this has come to a resolution.

The Director


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Noel Mitaxa 02/11/13
I don't Offenbach up the wrong tree, but there's no Haydn your musical insights, for you've Liszted so many terms in such a breve entry that it's hard to piccolo point anywhere in it. Very clever material and lots of fun. Well done.
CD Swanson 02/13/13
Great job with this entry! I enjoyed this so much.

(And, Noel - you are such a rarity with your lively comments!)

God bless~
Alicia Renkema02/14/13
This is so clever! What a great internal musical dialogue from "the staff." I thoroughly enjoyed the genius of this piece. You have so many puns within the "musical notes" (ha) that this is a joy to "repeat" again and again. Congrats on your much deserved 9th place EC win!
Bea Edwards 02/16/13
Clever, creative and right on key :-}
Well done!