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    "The Dish Rag (shoot the clarinet player)"

    Everyone,

    This is one of my many ragtime works. It is called "The Dish Rag (shoot the clarinet player)". You will understand the title when you play the file.

    They're coming to take me away...away...they're coming to take me away.

    Regards,

    Larry A.

    GPO:
    Honky Tonk Piano R. H.
    Honky Tonk Piano L. H.
    Tuba 1 Solo
    Bb Clarinet Solo
    The drums are from Kontakt

    http://www.alexandermusic.com/resources/TheDishRag.mp3
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "The Dish Rag (shoot the clarinet player)"

    OK, stop stop stop it will ya! Ha hahahahaha! I just peed my pants again! Shoot him will ya!

    The Man's Nuts, Grab 'em!
    Styxx

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    Re: "The Dish Rag (shoot the clarinet player)"

    Quote Originally Posted by neoTypic
    Hahah. Nice. *grins evily and looks at his clarinet*
    I didn't know that you were a licorice stick honker.

    Yours squeakfully,

    Larry A.
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    Re: "The Dish Rag (shoot the clarinet player)"

    This was really nice larry like everything song I heard from you! I would like to know where you get those banjo instrument that I heard often in your songs ?

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    Re: "The Dish Rag (shoot the clarinet player)"

    Quote Originally Posted by Saldor
    This was really nice larry like everything song I heard from you! I would like to know where you get those banjo instrument that I heard often in your songs ?
    Bon jour,

    The banjo is from a sample library from a company called "Front Porch Banjo". Another of my compositions is on their web page at:

    http://www.frontporchbanjo.com

    Thanks for listening. Merci.

    Regards,

    Larry A.
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "The Dish Rag (shoot the clarinet player)"

    Larry, You are one hell of a 'son of a bi.. composer'! I have never ever had the pleasure of hearing such a prolific composer before....Great standard too. I liked the 'Bantar'.

    The Tea Sipper

    PS We're all doomed....(but that's another story....)

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    Re: "The Dish Rag (shoot the clarinet player)"

    Quote Originally Posted by Hardy Heern
    Larry, You are one hell of a 'son of a bi.. composer'! I have never ever had the pleasure of hearing such a prolific composer before....Great standard too. I liked the 'Bantar'.

    The Tea Sipper

    PS We're all doomed....(but that's another story....)
    Frank, Frank, Frank,

    I've never been called that kind of composer before. Is that good?

    Where did you hear my "Bantar"? (That's the title of another of my works.) Or do you mean "banter" as in 'talk back and forth'?

    Thanks and regards, old chap.

    Cheerio,

    Larry A.
    Larry G. Alexander
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    Re: "The Dish Rag (shoot the clarinet player)"

    BWA HAA HAA HAA HAA!!!!

    I don't think we should shoot the clarient player, we should give him/her a raise! This is hilarious!
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    - Michael Fortunato

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    Re: "The Dish Rag (shoot the clarinet player)"

    Quote Originally Posted by mfortunato
    BWA HAA HAA HAA HAA!!!!

    I don't think we should shoot the clarinet player, we should give him/her a raise! This is hilarious!
    Gosh! I didn't think that this would rate a BWA HAA HAA HAA HAA. Maybe a HEH HEH or a guffaw or a titter or even a chortle .

    Thanks.

    Regards,

    Larry A.
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "The Dish Rag (shoot the clarinet player)"

    Actually, some of those REALLY sour notes sounded cool, like maybe if you changed the bass chord you could make a REALLY cool progression to accomodate the soon-to-be-fired clarinetist.
    Don't forget to include some really high sour notes to substitute for squeaks!

    Reguards,
    Chris

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