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 Post subject: Another Christmas Tune
PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 11:05 pm 
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"Coventry Carol" played on mountain dulcimer.

C'mon, folks, if you have any contributions, let's hear 'em. I want this to be the "Praise Exchange Christmas 2006" album, not "Jim and Ned's Excellent Adventure". ;)

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Are the Christmas songs taking the place of the regular submissions?

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C'mon, folks, if you have any contributions, let's hear 'em. I want this to be the "Praise Exchange Christmas 2006" album, not "Jim and Ned's Excellent Adventure". ;)


But Jim & Ned are doing so well! :mrgreen:

I think you should load your version of "In the Bleak Midwinter" here, too. If 2 or 3 people end up doing the same song it isn't a bad thing -- just more to listen to.


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Jim Wright wrote:
Are the Christmas songs taking the place of the regular submissions?


As far as I know, these are in addition to our regular submissions.

Judy K wrote:
But Jim & Ned are doing so well! :mrgreen:

I think you should load your version of "In the Bleak Midwinter" here, too. If 2 or 3 people end up doing the same song it isn't a bad thing -- just more to listen to.


Thanks! :mrgreen:

ITBMW has been uploaded. ;)

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Currently they are indeed in addition to. But if we want to switch over and do Christmas music for a bit we can. I have been kicking around silent night a bit. I have managed to get a cold though and trying to play whistle when you can't breath is...interesting hehe


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Currently they are indeed in addition to. But if we want to switch over and do Christmas music for a bit we can. I have been kicking around silent night a bit. I have managed to get a cold though and trying to play whistle when you can't breath is...interesting hehe


If you would like to make that our new Exchange tune, I have no problem with it. Even if the rest of this year's Exchange tunes are Christmas tunes, I still have no problem with it. 8)

It'll give me a good excuse to put more Christmas music on EZFolk, anyway. ;)

(So far, EZFolk seems to have evaded the scrutiny of the PC Police. Of course, if they do get "busted" and I'm not allowed to submit such tunes anymore, there's always Praise Exchange.) :D

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Okay, hitchhiking a ride on "Jim & Ned's Excellent Adventure" -- one more Christmas tune added -- "Yorkshire Wassail", played on CB folk flute & GFM D whistle along with a Finale midi.

(Hmmm -- couldn't get a link to work like Ned ... :? )


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(Playing a short burst of "air guitar")

EXCELLENT!

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Any carol written with 4/4 time. We've done almost all 3/4 or 6/8 time so far. Can we give some equal time to 4/4? Puh-lease!!??

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ConnieS wrote:
Any carol written with 4/4 time.


O Little Town of Bethlehem
When Christmas Morn is Dawning
While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
Huron Carol
Once in Royal David's City
O Sing a Song of Bethlehem
Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
Joy to the World
Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee
Hark, the Herald Angels Sing
Angels from the Realms of Glory

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Ooh, ooh! I know! I know! Joyful joyful we adore thee!! I can see all sorts of neo classical with synthesized bass and drumkit!!! Manheim Steamroller-style! I can do that one. Man oh man, this is going to be fun. And time-consuming. I'm going to be asking hubbie for gift certificates to the chiropractor for all the time I'll spend hunched over the laptop on this one! But hopefully it'll be worth it!!!

Thanks for the idea.

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think I will pull from that list for TPE for a bit. I will get the next one up in acouple days. getting over a cold here :(


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We'll post some Christmas carol recorder duets as soon as Susan come back to Greece in two weeks.


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Adrian wrote:
We'll post some Christmas carol recorder duets as soon as Susan come back to Greece in two weeks.


YIPPEE!!!

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Hope you get better quickly, Shadoes. :( Drink fluids...rest...stay warm...)

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I've left a version of "Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabela" at the landing. No frills, just whistle.

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That's great, Keith!

What whistle did you play? The Abell? Sounds wonderful, whichever one it is!


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Judy K wrote:

What whistle did you play? The Abell?

Abell C. By the way, when I say 'no frills' I mean I don't know how to do all the harps and violins and so on. I did touch it up a bit with audacity to fill in the space so to speak.

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I've left one more: "Il Est Ne, le Divin Enfant" -- He is Born, the Holy Child.

Played this one on the Abell Delrin D.


Edited (Dec 12): I took this one out because I thought my timing was off enough to be annoying. I replaced it with the Sussex Carol.

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Finally we managed to record and post some carols. These are duets of Susan and myself.


O come O come Immanuel
O come all ye faithful
God rest you merry gentlemen
We three kings
Hark the herald angels sing

Thank you Connie


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SO-O-O glad you persevered, Adrian. Those duets are lovely.

I finally downloaded some of these songs from the Christmas folder. Some lovely stuff!

Susan, you're sure to warm hearts toward recorders with your part in those duets. Adrian, it's nice to finally hear you and Susan play. You both did such a nice job.

Keith, I really like "Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella." You do those Abells justice.

Now I can't wait to download some more.

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Wow .... those are great, Adrian and Susan! It's so great to hear you two play. :sunny2:

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