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    Eriskay Revisited

    a while back i posted a traditional scottish air arranged with GPO and a couple of synths. after a bit of feedback from gary i rearranged the piece a couple of times before i settled on this version (is it ever possible to really say you\'ve finished a piece of music?). i\'ve dumped the lead synth and added a whistle (but no bell) and union pipes.the whistle is actually the piccolo from GPO and the pipes are samples from zero g. i\'ve tried for that irish ensemble sound a la Ceoltóiri Chualann. dunno if it was succesfull but.
    all comments and offers of free beer welcome.

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    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/8/michealocaoindealbhainmusic.htm

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    mick ó c

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    Re: Eriskay Revisited

    Mick,

    Good to Return to Eriskay. This is extraordinary! Substituting the synths for traditional sounding instruments made quite a difference.

    You were very successful in getting that traditional Scottish/irish ensemble sound.
    Again, it\'s a nice surprise to hear GPO used in a traditional highlands folk song.

    If people are having problems with Soundclick, I would be happy to host it on my site.

    Thanks for sharing this.

    Gary

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    Re: Eriskay Revisited

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    all comments and offers of free beer welcome.


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    Laddie,

    I\'ll take ya up on th\' beer

    \"An\' drink away a\' thoughts o\' sounds\"

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