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    Calliope Flauta

    An update & name change for FLUTE ANTICS.


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    Last edited by garymosse; 10-08-2007 at 06:48 PM. Reason: spelling

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    Re: Caliope Flauta

    I can see why you put caliope in the name. Although in english.we throw in another L to make it Calliope. I liked this one a lot more than the last one you posted. The direction is clearer and this one is much more organized.
    Keep it up

    Ron

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    Re: Caliope Flauta

    Thanks for listening Ron.
    Guess I should confirm my spelling. I was just thinking about the syllables being cali ope, but 2 'l's' would be the same....
    Gary

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    Re: Caliope Flauta

    Gary,

    Hey...way to go. This is a lot of fun and really nice. You obviously has a lot of fun with this composition.

    Gary

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    Re: Caliope Flauta

    Quote Originally Posted by garymosse
    Thanks for listening Ron.
    Guess I should confirm my spelling. I was just thinking about the syllables being cali ope, but 2 'l's' would be the same....
    Gary
    I'm sorry Gary. I was looking at someone elses post who was from a different country and assumed I was still there. I didn't mean to come off the way I did. In other languages, calliope has just the 1 L and because of that. I'm sure no one except a partially insane composer would notice.
    Ron

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    Re: Caliope Flauta

    Good title choice, Gary... it does have a certain calliope-like
    feel to it, now that you mention.

    David
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    Re: Caliope Flauta

    Thanks for listening, David.

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    Re: Caliope Flauta

    A very interesting callipope effect. It's not what you would call a toe tapper, but has a very nice sound to it.
    -Jay

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    Re: Caliope Flauta

    It may not be a toe tapper, it is really a tongue tapper. I wonder if you can find instrumentalists who can perform this

    calllll<tongue twister>lllllliope <grin>

    Nice, very nice.

    Raymond

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