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 Post subject: Song Ten - Praise To the Lord, the Almighty
PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2007 2:49 pm 
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Hello, all. For reasons Shadoes probably will share when he can, he could use our prayers. In the meantime, our next time is "Praise To the Lord, the Almighty." Being the Praise Exchange, maybe it would be fitting to start the new year with joy and praise.

Here's the pdf of the music:

http://praisewhistlers.org/exchange/son ... mighty.pdf

The midi:

http://praisewhistlers.org/exchange/son ... mighty.mp3

This is my first time posting a song, so I'm not sure the midi works. Try it and post or PM me if you guys have trouble getting it to work.

Enjoy!
-Connie

Edited to get it right. Chalk it up to first-day-on-the-temp-job idiocy. :shock: Sorry, folks.

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Yay! :D :mrgreen: :D :mrgreen: :D

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I asked Connie to step in for a bit because I am dealing with some medical issues that until resolved take up a great deal of time. Hopefully it is just a hernia. While that will require surgery to correct I can come up with a host of other things this pain could indicate none of them good :) Basically coupling this with my already strained time issues I asked her to step in and run things for a bit. That being said don't sweat it if you send me a PM about a song and not her. It will still get posted :) :)


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Hey, folks. If you had trouble clicking the links earlier, try them again. They should work now.

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Adrian is first out of the starting gate with his version of Praise to the Lord, the Almighty.

http://praisewhistlers.org/exchange/son ... adrian.mp3

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=D> :D =D>

Very pretty!

Instrument ID, please. 8)


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Nice job, Adrian.

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Very nicely done, Adrian. I especially enjoyed the ornamentation and expression. I' ve not heard runs used as whistle ornamentation. Works great! I may have to try that out sometime.

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Adrian writes:

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Once I saw the tune posted I thought I'd get a version posted ASAP to get things started. I played the tune on a Chieftan A in my front room. No processing so it is just a raw recording. I kept things simple as for me this tune does not need much in the way of ornamentation.


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I just listened to the recording again and there was a bit more ornamentation than I thought. I don't normally plan ornamentation very much and let the tune evolve by itself.

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Very nice! :mrgreen:

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Ren-Tin-10's version:

http://praisewhistlers.org/exchange/son ... ntin10.mp3

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Instruments used:

McSpadden Mountain Dulcimer
Clarke Original Whistle
Yamaha Keyboard (backing track, harp, mellotron)

Enjoy!

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Ren-Tin-10's version


Splendid! It made me feel very peaceful. :thumbsup:


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Well here is mine. I went minimalist this time with just the whistle. The O'brien Maple to be exact with as always my favorite reverb setting on it. I am not entirely happy with this as I did not get quite the lilt out of the whistle I wanted to. But then there are parts I really like hehehe. Anyway hope you enjoy

http://praisewhistlers.org/exchange/son ... hadoes.mp3


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Adrian wrote:
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Splendid! It made me feel very peaceful. :thumbsup:


Thanks, Adrian! 8)

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Well here is mine. I went minimalist this time with just the whistle.


A wise choice, IMO. Your whistle solo has enough "bounce" to it that a backingtrack would have just gotten in the way. 8)

Anyway, it sounds great. :D

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Shadoes, I wouldn't have thought to give that tune a Rennaissance Fair sound, but you've done it. Sounds great!!

Ren-Tin-Tin, I love the down-home feel of your version. Nice composition, and you certainly know how to bring out the best in a Clarke original.

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ConnieS wrote:
Shadoes, I wouldn't have thought to give that tune a Rennaissance Fair sound, but you've done it. Sounds great!!




Well it felt happy :) so I tried to play it happy :mrgreen:

I have always liked the Clarke original sound. Need to dig mine back out but I am still way in love with my O'brien hehe


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khl weighs in with this one.

http://praisewhistlers.org/exchange/son ... ty_khl.mp3

Hopefully he'll let us know what he used to play his version. :D

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khl weighs in with this one.

http://praisewhistlers.org/exchange/son ... ty_khl.mp3

Hopefully he'll let us know what he used to play his version. :D


Thanks for posting this. I use an O'Riordan D (anodized aluminum) with a little reverb added. There's lots of recording bumps and extra noises, but this is a fun tune to play.

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Nice! 8)

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All of these are great! :D

All the different choices for ornamentation are fun to listen to.

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Whoa I am late to the party. I just noticed that we have a new song up. OK I will have something soon.

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Adrian: Beautiful--something I could imagine being played in a forest with a bit of fog around.

Ren Tin 10: Nice arrangement and playing. Calming.

Shadoes: Gotta love that bounce.

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khl wrote:
Thanks for posting this. I use an O'Riordan D (anodized aluminum) with a little reverb added. There's lots of recording bumps and extra noises, but this is a fun tune to play.


It is indeed a nice tune. I'm not sure that I would ever have played it on a whistle if it not been put on TPE!

Keith
You may be interested to know that Susan was playing this tune quite a bit in a forest (without fog) on Sunday. I think she is working up to posting a recorder version here.


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Adrian wrote:
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You may be interested to know that Susan was playing this tune quite a bit in a forest (without fog) on Sunday. I think she is working up to posting a recorder version here.



Yay, Susan!! \:D/ I do hope it's true.

I wish we could post videos. You just painted the nicest picture for me.

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Here's Markbell's rendition:

http://praisewhistlers.org/exchange/son ... rkbell.mp3

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I have uploaded a bare-bones rendition, on a Chieftain Low D.

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