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 Post subject: Next song
PostPosted: Tue Aug 22, 2006 2:11 pm 
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I am with Ron .. .I am having to much fun with this to quit .. can u give us the next song? We can be working on it and maybe you will be up and running by the time we have it.

I may be able to put the music up if it is one that I have and possible the melody as well... but will have to see what the song is.

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I will see what I can do. I did Warn that the next song might be abit. I will see about getting one ready.


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I didn't mean for you to have to get it together ....... I thought maybe just the name ... sorry .. know you are doing what you can do .. and I appreciate it.

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We're just excited, Ed, that's all. You've started something here that we're all enjoying. :)

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What if we picked a hymn from Mark Bell's site? Something like "Awake, Awake to Work and Love" and tried that? The notes to the tune are already there and a midi as well:

http://www.geocities.com/whistleandsqueak/hymns.html

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khl wrote:
What if we picked a hymn from Mark Bell's site? Something like "Awake, Awake to Work and Love" and tried that? The notes to the tune are already there and a midi as well:

http://www.geocities.com/whistleandsqueak/hymns.html

That's a good idea. :)

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sure that will work. why don't we do that while we wait for my machine to come back. hmm hehe I have gone blank on what the next one was. I had one hymn in mind that for the life of me I cannot remember what it was now. It was in G instead of D... hmm let me look.. Oh YES.. All Hail The Power of Jesus Name.. in one of my hymnals it is in G with a C# accidental... that was it.

But since the Awake music if readily availble why don;t we work on that till I get my machine back hehe. hmm... unforuntatly my laptop is not set up to record. guess I should see if I can get audacity to work on it.

So how about Awake from Whistle and Squeak followed by All Hail in G?

Sound like a plan?


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shadoes wrote:

Sound like a plan?


Sure. Let's go with this.

Here are the notes: http://www.geocities.com/whistleandsque ... eAwake.pdf

And the midi:
http://www.geocities.com/whistleandsque ... eAwake.mid

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That's a nice choice, Keith -- interesting music. 8)


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Cool! Something new to work on. :)

Can we maybe set up a wish list? I'd like to see the notes for Old Rugged Cross and Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus, among others. I can't seem to get those by ear. Of course, they may not be whistle friendly, so it's just a thought.

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All right. I don't know this one at all though it sounds vaguely familiar. It will take me at least 2 weeks.

OK Judy we expect you to post this one. You can play it on one of your own Judy whistles. :D

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