Here is a fun thing that I wrote called "Texas Hold 'Em Polka".
You will hear a performance of the GPO tuba.
I've played my fair share of polkas through the years - this one is quite danceable - and the tuba on the bottom is nice touch!
P.S. I almost always get a smile from your song titles ("Annie Log" ! he he)
maybe there will be a "Digi Tall" in the future?!
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Yes, "Digi Tall" is coming... or maybe "Digi Hear That?"Originally Posted by Jim Clark
Thanks for listening.
What a hoot!
You did some great things with the clarinet and the interplay of the tuba throughout.
Experience what is necessary to build upon self character, for that is Life's most significant learning event.
'preciate it, Mr. Scott. Lordy, you have good musical taste.Originally Posted by Scott McCallister
Music trends come and go but the polka will always have a place. Polka=fun. A nice one.
It makes you want to get up and dance.
I wonder where he sleeps. Somewhere among all GPO(JABB) instruments and when he awakes, he stumbles across to the next Kontakt Player, starts off playing with samples, keyboards, and other things. Mostly when I wake up, had my morning coffee, there is another fine surprise of Larry.
I'd wished to have that vault of ideas.
I never could dance very well. When I get on the dance floor with a chick, I concentrate too much on the MUSIC itself--the key signature, meter, chordal structure, instrumentation, etc.Originally Posted by fastlane
Thank you for listening Mr. Phillip.
I would trade it all to be wealthy. I don't have the proverbial pot OR the window.Originally Posted by Raymond62
Join the lottery, just heard that an 84 -old electrician won the price (millions)!!! He'd bought the ticket two hours before closing time.....
Raymond -and with all that wealth you still have to deal with Sonar, Finale, and your ideas... so nothing changes