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#51 2008-05-25 14:21:31

Bruce Hunter
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From: Apple Valley CA
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Re: Non-traditional music

More short tunes, at the usual place...

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a … aring.html

All solos: An Bhanaltra, An Cailin Gaelach, An Draighnean Donn, Brid Bhan, Brid Og Ni Mhaille, Chauigh Me 'Na Rosann, Donall O Maolaine, Donall Og, Sean Duine Cha Ghabh Mi Idir, Thug Mi 'N Oidche Ged B'Fhad' I

later...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#52 2008-06-15 15:32:13

Bruce Hunter
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Re: Non-traditional music

More short tunes, at the usual place...

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a … aring.html

All solos: An t-Oilean Ur, Eirigh 'S Cuir Ort Do Chuid Eadaigh, Eirigh Suas A Stoirin, Gardai 'N Ri, In Aimsir Bhaint An Fheir, Is Fada O Bhaile A D'aithneoinn, Is Iomaidh Coisceim Fada, Maire Chonnacht Agus Seamus O Donaill, Ma Theid Tu 'Un Aonaigh, Nion A' Bhaoilligh

later...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#53 2008-06-24 10:28:17

Bruce Hunter
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Re: Non-traditional music

For those interested in this sort of thing...

Diminished Scales for Shakuhachi at the usual place, in the NOTA folder.

Diminished Scales have a "map" of alternating whole steps and half steps beginning with a half step. Included is the other "mode", beginning with a whole step.

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a … aring.html

later...

Last edited by Bruce Hunter (2008-06-26 11:15:04)


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#54 2008-06-24 19:40:32

edosan
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Re: Non-traditional music

Cool. Now I can play along with John Scofield....


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It takes effort to attain nothingness.
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#55 2008-06-24 20:47:55

geni
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Re: Non-traditional music

that will be cool:-)

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#56 2008-06-26 11:14:35

Bruce Hunter
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Re: Non-traditional music

Follow-on to the previous offering...

Augmented Scales for Shakuhachi at the usual place in the NOTA folder.

Augmented scales have a "map" of alternating intervals of 3 half steps and 1 half step, beginning with 3 half steps. Included is the other "mode" beginning with a half step.

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a … aring.html

later...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#57 2008-06-26 18:46:29

edosan
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Re: Non-traditional music

Thanks Bruce!

These are very interesting and useful exercises.

eB


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#58 2008-06-27 02:00:44

Bruce Hunter
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Re: Non-traditional music

Eb,
You're very welcome. Thanks for taking the time to write. It gives me joy when my modest efforts find an appreciative audience.


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#59 2008-08-30 18:46:48

Bruce Hunter
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Re: Non-traditional music

I'm baaaccckkk!

I had a question.
Which was, with the maximum interval allowed being a major third, how many pentatonic scales are there?
The answer is 155.
Allowing for any of 12 starting pitches, that makes 1860.
That means, with the "fill the instrument turnaround" that I like to include, 41,856 notes.
So, 192 pages and a little over a third of a meg later, we have

Pentatonic Scales For Shakuhachi in the NOTA folder, in the usual place:

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a … aring.html

There are bound to be inaccuracies, so please let me know of any you find, and I'll make the correction asap.

(and now back to my regularly scheduled "programming"),

later...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#60 2008-09-07 15:08:22

Bruce Hunter
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Re: Non-traditional music

This offering, at the usual place:

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a … aring.html

in the Solos folder...

Albumblat - Grieg, Amaryllis - Ghys, Anitra's Dance - Grieg, Berceuse -Godard, Gypsy Rondo - J. Haydn, Humoresque - Dvořk, Nocturne Op.55 No.1 - Chopin, Norwegian Dance - Grieg, Peter and the Wolf - Prokofiev, and, Pome - Fibich

later...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#61 2008-09-17 11:59:17

Bruce Hunter
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Re: Non-traditional music

This time's offering, at the usual place:

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a … aring.html

Solos:
Minuet in F - Mozart, Moment Musical - Schubert, Over The Waves - Rosas, Polonaise Op.53 - Chopin,
Scotch Poem - MacDowell, Wedding March -Mendelssohn

Trios:
Orchestral Suite 2 Rondeau - J.S. Bach, Orchestral Suite 2 Sarabande - J.S. Bach, Orchestral Suite 3 Gavotte 1 - J.S. Bach, Orchestral Suite 3 Gavotte 2 (1.8,1.8,2.4) - J.S. Bach

later...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#62 2008-09-17 14:33:01

geni
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Re: Non-traditional music

you are the MAN!!

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#63 2008-09-19 04:54:55

Bruce Hunter
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Posts: 258

Re: Non-traditional music

Thanks Geni! You should know, however, that I am forever and constantly in awe of you and all the other performing types. I've done enough solo and ensemble gigs on enough different instruments to know without a shadow of a doubt that it's not my cup of tea. I live for practice and rehearsals, with performances being a by-product that most of the time can't be avoided. So, You All The Mans! 8^) Otherwise, I sit in the comfort and safety of my personal environment, make a few keystrokes, and hope to be of some small use. Feedback, comments, and personal emails from forum members, (along with the 5200+ downloads, Thank You Everyone!),  are very much appreciated, and go along way towards keeping the fires burning, so to speak.
later...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#64 2008-09-19 09:35:41

edosan
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Re: Non-traditional music

Bruce Hunter wrote:

Otherwise, I sit in the comfort and safety of my personal environment, make a few keystrokes, and hope to be of some small use.

But, what I want to know is: Do you ever sleep, or eat?  smile


Zen is not easy.
It takes effort to attain nothingness.
And then what do you have?
Bupkes.

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#65 2008-09-19 10:53:50

Bruce Hunter
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Re: Non-traditional music

edosan wrote:

But, what I want to know is: Do you ever sleep, or eat?  smile

Himmelherrgottereuzmillionendonnerwetter! I had a nagging feeling I was forgetting something! smile


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#66 2008-09-19 20:46:49

geni
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Re: Non-traditional music

Bruce you are doing a great job! I hope people are playing them.
when is BHunter.com going to be up?

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#67 2008-09-27 04:20:09

Bruce Hunter
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From: Apple Valley CA
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Re: Non-traditional music

Many thanks to all for the continuing interest as evidenced by downloads, forum posts and emails.

Today's offering, at the usual place:

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a … aring.html

all solos:
Ambell I Gan, An Seanduine Doighte, Ar Ben Waun Tredegar, Ar Lan Y Mor, Bachgen Ifanc Ydwyf, 'S Oro Londubh Bui, Seamus Mac Murchaidh, Seimidh Eoghainin Duibh, Thios I Dteach A' Torraimh, Tiocfaidh An Samradh.

until next time...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#68 2008-09-29 11:50:58

Bruce Hunter
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Re: Non-traditional music

editorial note...

The following have been changed from .xls files to .pdf files.
My apologies for the oversight.

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a aring.html

Trios:
Orchestral Suite 2 Rondeau - J.S. Bach, Orchestral Suite 2 Sarabande - J.S. Bach, Orchestral Suite 3 Gavotte 1 - J.S. Bach, Orchestral Suite 3 Gavotte 2 (1.8,1.8,2.4) - J.S. Bach


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#69 2008-10-03 11:38:42

Bruce Hunter
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From: Apple Valley CA
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Posts: 258

Re: Non-traditional music

today's offering, at the usual place...

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a … aring.html

solos:
Gypsy Baron Waltz - Strauss, Merry Widow Waltz - Lehar, Piano Concerto 1 Theme 1 - Tchaikovsky, Piano Concerto 1 Theme 2 - Tchaikovsky, Song Without Words - Tchaikovsky, Surprise Symphony Theme - Haydn, Tales From The Vienna Woods - Strauss, Unfinished Symphony Theme - Schubert

Trio:
Orchestral Suite 4 Menuet 2 - J.S. Bach

Quartet:
Orchestral Suite 2 Badinerie - J.S. Bach

until next time...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#70 2008-10-19 14:52:11

Bruce Hunter
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From: Apple Valley CA
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Posts: 258

Re: Non-traditional music

today's offering, at the usual place...

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a … aring.html

all solos:
Bwmba, Dywetse'r Hen Ddyn Wrth Ei Ferch, Ffarweliwch Rwy'n Madal A'm Gwlad, Fy Morwyn Ffein I, Gwenno Fwyn, Y Bachgen Main, Y Ceffyl Du, Y Deryn Du, Y Farn A Fydd, Y Gwcw

until next time...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#71 2008-11-30 03:54:16

Bruce Hunter
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From: Apple Valley CA
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Re: Non-traditional music

6000+ downloads! Thanks ever so much for the interest, makes it all worthwhile.  8^)

today's offering at the usual place...

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5119010/dc0a … aring.html

solos:
Arioso - J.S. Bach, Estudiantina - Waldteufel, La Comparsita - Trad, Lady Meng Jiang - Trad, La Golondrina - Trad, Soldier's March - R. Schumann, Tarantella - Trad, The Skaters - Waldteufel, Trepak - P.I. Tchaikovsky

quartet:
Giga - Vivaldi (1.6, 1.8, 1.8, 2.0)

later...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#72 2008-11-30 10:31:48

edosan
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Re: Non-traditional music

All well and good, but what I want to know is when are we gonna get the 1.8-played sound clips?


Zen is not easy.
It takes effort to attain nothingness.
And then what do you have?
Bupkes.

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#73 2008-11-30 12:45:33

Musgo da Pedra
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Re: Non-traditional music

edosan wrote:

All well and good, but what I want to know is when are we gonna get the 1.8-played sound clips?

Really true... sound clips recorded on a 1.8 would be great!!!


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#74 2008-12-26 06:05:20

Bruce Hunter
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From: Apple Valley CA
Registered: 2005-10-10
Posts: 258

Re: Non-traditional music

Today's offering at the usual place...

http://www.4shared.com/dir/5131393/30e8 … iSolo.html

All Solos:

Addio Del Passatto - Giuseppi Verdi, Agnus Dei - Giuseppi Verdi, Di Provenza - Giuseppi Verdi, Grand Pas De Deux (Nutcracker) - Tchaikovsky, La Donna E Mobile - Giuseppi Verdi

later...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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#75 2008-12-26 06:34:17

Bruce Hunter
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From: Apple Valley CA
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Posts: 258

Re: Non-traditional music

About the requests for audio files...
Most of you guys are already audiophiles. 8^)

I'll work on a couple and see what happens.

later...


Develop infallible technique and then lay yourself at the mercy of inspiration. - Anon.

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