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 Post subject: Annie's Song
PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2017 12:59 am 
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Played on my soprano recorder.

https://youtu.be/-k1T2-5RJAA

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PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2017 2:38 pm 
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0:20 What is this note... 'whistle' high D?
0:31 Some kind of sharp 'C' with left-hand 3 instead of 2?

We know you're keen, but you need to get the basics before the rest.

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PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2017 5:17 pm 
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Peter Duggan wrote:
0:20 What is this note... 'whistle' high D?
0:31 Some kind of sharp 'C' with left-hand 3 instead of 2?

We know you're keen, but you need to get the basics before the rest.

Its recorder, not whistle. And I play by ear, no sheet music. The tune came in my head and I just went for it

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I know it's a recorder, but you're missing my points completely!

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PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 2:49 pm 
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Peter Duggan wrote:
I know it's a recorder, but you're missing my points completely!

No I'm not missing the point. But i think you might be missing the point of music and social media.

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Peter Duggan wrote:
I know it's a recorder, but you're missing my points completely!

No I'm not missing the point. But i think you might be missing the point of music and social media.

Aulos, Peter would be the last to miss the point of music, such are his qualifications. As to social media, what can I say? This isn't Facebook. Members here are committed to helping each other improve; it's what we do. We assume that by joining here, you want to advance as a musician. Surely that is the case, yes?

A technical criticism might sting, but it is not a put-down. It is telling you you need to change something if you want to get better. There's an incredible wealth of genuine expertise available for you to take advantage of on this website. But it's up to you.

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