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    Cool Hin fegursta rosin

    Hi all, here is a hymn which is quite popular to play in Icelandic churches in my own arrangement. Btw. if someone knows the English name of this hymn then I would appreciate it!

    All comments are appreciated!

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    Re: Hin fegursta rosin

    Hi Falcon,

    It's nice to hear some music with national flavour. I like the way you used new textures and climaxes to maintain interest with very simple material. Beatifully done.

    I'm afraid I can't help with the name as I've never heard the tune before
    As in music - so in life!

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    Re: Hin fegursta rosin

    hi musomark, thanks for your comments!
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    Wow falc, makes me want to go to church in Iceland.
    Simply moving and beautiful. Every instrument was nicely placed giving a natural human feel to the whole piece.
    This would be nice to close a day with. Wonderful!
    Styxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styxx
    Wow falc, makes me want to go to church in Iceland.
    Simply moving and beautiful. Every instrument was nicely placed giving a natural human feel to the whole piece.
    This would be nice to close a day with. Wonderful!
    Thanks Styxx!

    You know you're always welcome to Iceland and of course free to go to church in Iceland.

    Again thanks!
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    Re: Hin fegursta rosin

    Very nicely done Falcon and yet I was unable to spot the melody!......I know that it sounds strange but it was unclear to me (perhaps because I didn't recognise any tune) where the 'joints' were. Where the intro, theme etc started and finished. I couldn't even tell if this was a once through or it repeated the melody you asked us to name in English. I guess what I'm saying is that the melody isn't very strong and doesn't stand out......I know what I mean!!


    Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardy Heern
    Very nicely done Falcon and yet I was unable to spot the melody!......I know that it sounds strange but it was unclear to me (perhaps because I didn't recognise any tune) where the 'joints' were. Where the intro, theme etc started and finished. I couldn't even tell if this was a once through or it repeated the melody you asked us to name in English. I guess what I'm saying is that the melody isn't very strong and doesn't stand out......I know what I mean!!


    Frank
    Hmmmm... strange problem - because this is the first time I hear this "complain" about the arrangement. Hehehe...
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    Cool Fal,

    This is great... i mostly enjoy from 2:47 till end....

    great stuff....

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    Re: Hin fegursta rosin

    hi,

    I liked this song too but I must say a bit like Hardy for saying "I know that it sounds strange but it was unclear to me (perhaps because I didn't recognise any tune) where the 'joints' were. Where the intro, theme etc started and finished."

    Saldor

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    Re: Hin fegursta rosin

    Quote Originally Posted by Saldor
    hi,

    I liked this song too but I must say a bit like Hardy for saying "I know that it sounds strange but it was unclear to me (perhaps because I didn't recognise any tune) where the 'joints' were. Where the intro, theme etc started and finished."

    Saldor
    There's really no intro.
    Sincerely,
    Falcon1


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    Please support your fellow musician from Iceland where the currency has fallen 70% against USD and 90% against EURO! Every dollar or euro counts!


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