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Nature’s navel, a song from Kirby star allies.

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As bright and delightful as the sun in this afternoon's sky...

Another big opera guy, Johann Adolph Hasse, surprisingly with a Toccata and Fugue in G minor on harpsichord.

 

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I'm just gonna drop this here:

I love this game. Maybe too much... I do want to see a remake of it, though, I think it deserves it. I think I like how slow paced it is in comparison to MW:O.

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This is a wild one.  Been really digging it lately.

 

It begets the universal question on all our minds... Who is making those new brown clouds these days?

 

 

On 5/7/2018 at 10:27 PM, Kernel Kraken said:

My exact feelings towards my heavy lifters :p 

 

I like the Ugly Kid Joe version better.  ;)

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OK, so yesterday I posted a short video of me playing a couple flutes in my backyard...

But honestly, I'm not that great...

Now this... This is some great flute playing, and one of my absolute favorite bands of all time,

:wub:  The 12-Girls Band!!!!!!  :wub:

Turn it up!!!

 

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1 hour ago, Just Jim said:

OK, so yesterday I posted a short video of me playing a couple flutes in my backyard...

 

Do you listen to Roland Kirk at all?  Here is a song he wrote you might be familiar with from Tull.

 

 

Here is a whole performance if you dig it.  As an aside, he is blind.

 

 

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HEY, TEACHER, LEAVE EM KIDS ALONE!!!!!!

 

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This music is stuck in my mind since I realized how Unity handles memory. =/

 

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13 hours ago, klesh said:

Do you listen to Roland Kirk at all?  Here is a song he wrote you might be familiar with from Tull.

I am familiar with the name, but I hadn't seen these videos... outstanding!!! 

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Ah, just in the mood for a much simpler life...

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For @Just Jim

Mozart's Concerto for flute and harp, K.299. There are a number of recordings of this on YouTube, but none of them really suits me; none of them like the recording I have here at home. Having listened to several (too many) of them, this one has a decent balance (recording volume) between flute and harp... most of them, the flute drowns out the harp. Enjoy.

 

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@LordFerret, still, even though it isn't your favorite one, it doesn't sound that bad. Who is the conductor of the performance you like?

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2 hours ago, adsii1970 said:

@LordFerret, still, even though it isn't your favorite one, it doesn't sound that bad. Who is the conductor of the performance you like?

Unfortunately I do not know, and I'm always a bit upset about it. It was a copy from vinyl that a friend gave me going close to 30 years ago, and that friend has since passed. I have no way of finding out.

 

 

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1 minute ago, LordFerret said:

Unfortunately I do not know, and I'm always a bit upset about it. It was a copy from vinyl that a friend gave me going close to 30 years ago, and that friend has since passed. I have no way of finding out.

 

 

Sorry to hear about that. ;.;

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1 hour ago, Xorth Tanovar said:

Wendy Carlos

Wendy Carlos was an amazing guy... er... ah... gal. Whatever.

Switched-On Bach was amazing, and I remember when it was released. I immediately bought a copy when it became available.

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Today, 2 pieces.

Niccolo Jommelli, 1714 – 1774.

 

First, Sinfonia in G major, and as one of the YouTube posters notes; performed on a hammered dulcimer

 

Second, Piano Concerto in D major

 

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19 hours ago, LordFerret said:

Wendy Carlos was an amazing guy... er... ah... gal. Whatever.

Switched-On Bach was amazing, and I remember when it was released. I immediately bought a copy when it became available.

That, and the "Well-Tempered Synthesizer" that followed it....both claim a prominent area in my collection.

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