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    Leprechaun dance

    Not too far from St. Patrick's day, so, I thought you can stand a little fun with this crazy piece.



    https://app.box.com/s/mytbffhojhhboj7oknwcty3uz39n6wtw

    Ted

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    Re: Leprechaun dance

    Very nice indeed and a good piece to end this busy week.

    Thanks,

    Raymond

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    Re: Leprechaun dance

    Thanks Raymond, it is nice to see you here again,

    Ted

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    Re: Leprechaun dance

    Hi Ted,
    Always nice to see something original from your hand!

    It is an amusing and funny little dance, light footed and merry. I noticed that you used quite some 'humanisation' which makes it even more enjoyable. Beautiful sound, good composition, funny, uplifting... What else could one expect from a Saturday evening?

    Thanks for sharing!
    Max

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    Re: Leprechaun dance

    Thank you Max, I had fun making this, remembering the generosity of the Irish Red Cross and people in 1956, holding and feeding us for 8 months after our escape.
    Better days now, I am enjoying Mexico and the ocean.
    Thanks again,

    Ted

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    Re: Leprechaun dance

    Still struggling to understand what the hell a Leprechaun is... being Hobbits, Elves and Gnomes more popular... LOL but your music helps me to imagine them some how.

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    Re: Leprechaun dance

    To help you with your struggle, Leprechauns are Irish little people, usually dressed in green, and doing all sorts of mischief, or sometimes good things. I could have used other names, but I like the Irish ones, they are fun.
    Thanks for listening.

    Ted

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    Re: Leprechaun dance

    @Ted:
    Thanks for sharing Ted. It was a nice relaxing composition.

    @Fabio:
    A leprechaun is that little fellow with a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, very friendly creatures! LOL! :P



    Regards,

    Richard

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    Re: Leprechaun dance

    Some very good back and forth, Ted. In fact, I see the little buggers dancing sedately, interlocking arms as they go by. This must be a morning dance, before they've had their proper ration of ale. Any time past noon, you don't want to mess with them. At least not the ones I've seen.

    Sounds like all GPO sounds. That bassoon is very good, though I would give it more reverb. but then I tend to always overdo it, so you probably have it right.

    Quite enjoyable!

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