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PostPosted: Sat Mar 09, 2002 12:34 am 
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Hi all, I just posted the flute tune "Pigeon on the Gate" on Clips and Snips, at:

http://nwparalegal.com/clipssnip/non.html

and wonder if you IR-trad woodfluters could give me some feedback/advice on my flute playing. I would also like to know if I'm generally on "the right track". You can reply to this thread or my email if you chose to. Thanks!

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: Eldarion on 2002-03-09 01:35 ]</font>


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 09, 2002 9:50 pm 
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It sounds great to me. Your rolls sound nice and tight. Thanks for posting. I wish more flute players would post.

- Craig


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Sounds good.
Rhythm and breathing are both good. Tempo is good as well.
I think you'd find the overall tone of the flute and especially the lower notes to speak with more volume and bite if you used a stronger airstream with more diaphragm support, but part of that may actually be the recording and not really your playing.
Overall, sounds really good.
--James
http://www.flutesite.com


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