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#1 2010-01-28 14:57:24

BAmbooway
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Russian winter & shakuhachi

Zentaku play the flute in the forest. The temperature was -25 C. It is so you can play;) Russian winter:)

http://fotki.yandex.ru/users/bambooway/ … slideshow/

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#2 2010-01-28 15:17:52

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

BAmbooway wrote:

The temperature was -25 C.

http://www.albireo.ch/temperatureconverter/

Yikes, and I thought New York winters were cold!!!


"Now birds record new harmonie, And trees do whistle melodies;
Now everything that nature breeds, Doth clad itself in pleasant weeds."
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#3 2010-01-29 01:18:14

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

radi0gnome wrote:

BAmbooway wrote:

The temperature was -25 C.

http://www.albireo.ch/temperatureconverter/

Yikes, and I thought New York winters were cold!!!

Eh, that's only 13 below, Fahrenheit. When it gets down to 35-45 below, then you're gettin' yourself some cold...


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#4 2010-01-29 01:30:01

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

edosan wrote:

Eh, that's only 13 below, Fahrenheit. When it gets down to 35-45 below, then you're gettin' yourself some cold...

I think, the lowest registered temperature in Russia was -96F. Is it cold enough? wink

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#5 2010-01-29 02:47:09

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

Very nice pictures, BAmbooWay,

It must have been quite magic and coooold! smile

This winter have been amazing. I can't even remember when we last had so much snow. Going sledging has been FUN! The light is fantastic when there is snow. Then even dark Scandinavian winters become bright.

Perhaps next time I go for a walk in the forest I will - inspired by you - take my flute and play.
I wonder if the snow does something to the acoustics.


I am a hole in a flute
that the Christ's breath moves through
listen to this music
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#6 2010-01-29 03:26:40

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

vodka & pork fat recommended before that gig ;-)

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#7 2010-01-29 07:09:29

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

geni wrote:

vodka & pork fat recommended before that gig ;-)

)) Get around the fresh tea. Puer!

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#8 2010-01-29 07:11:18

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

Kiku Day wrote:

Very nice pictures, BAmbooWay,

It must have been quite magic and coooold! smile

This winter have been amazing. I can't even remember when we last had so much snow. Going sledging has been FUN! The light is fantastic when there is snow. Then even dark Scandinavian winters become bright.

Perhaps next time I go for a walk in the forest I will - inspired by you - take my flute and play.
I wonder if the snow does something to the acoustics.

Thank you! smile
Snow and trees make the sound of glass. But this play is interesting, the cold makes another play, to breathe .   not very long notes get to play;)). But we will make attempts!

Listen to recording made in the forest. temperature-15C


http://video.yandex.ru/users/bambooway/view/81/


http://www.gismeteo.ru/city/daily/4346/

Last edited by BAmbooway (2010-01-29 07:36:51)

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#9 2010-01-29 07:14:16

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

radi0gnome wrote:

BAmbooway wrote:

The temperature was -25 C.

http://www.albireo.ch/temperatureconverter/

Yikes, and I thought New York winters were cold!!!

Cool, but not more than that:))

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#10 2010-01-29 07:15:52

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

edosan wrote:

radi0gnome wrote:

BAmbooway wrote:

The temperature was -25 C.

http://www.albireo.ch/temperatureconverter/

Yikes, and I thought New York winters were cold!!!

Eh, that's only 13 below, Fahrenheit. When it gets down to 35-45 below, then you're gettin' yourself some cold...

I think that is playing in Siberia, there is a little colder;)

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#11 2010-01-29 07:16:58

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

Yu-Jin wrote:

edosan wrote:

Eh, that's only 13 below, Fahrenheit. When it gets down to 35-45 below, then you're gettin' yourself some cold...

I think, the lowest registered temperature in Russia was -96F. Is it cold enough? wink

Let's play and at that temperature wink)

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#12 2010-01-29 12:56:35

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

Lovely photos BAbooway! Something is terribly wrong with my computer though. It was showing all the text upside and backwards and I couldn't read a thing.

I've seen this once before on a link that was sent to me in an email, but the pictures on that web site were kind of different.


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#13 2010-01-29 15:57:06

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

Chris Moran wrote:

Lovely photos BAbooway! Something is terribly wrong with my computer though. It was showing all the text upside and backwards and I couldn't read a thing.

That is because there is 11 hours time difference between Moscow and California big_smile  They are upside-down on that side of the Earth wink

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#14 2010-01-29 16:40:24

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

Yu-Jin wrote:

Chris Moran wrote:

Lovely photos BAbooway! Something is terribly wrong with my computer though. It was showing all the text upside and backwards and I couldn't read a thing.

That is because there is 11 hours time difference between Moscow and California big_smile  They are upside-down on that side of the Earth wink

That makes perfect sense.

Thanks for helping me understand my world better.


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#15 2010-01-29 18:01:17

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

¡ǝsuǝs ʇɔǝɟɹǝd sǝʞɐɯ ʇı ǝsɹnoɔ ɟo


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It takes effort to attain nothingness.
And then what do you have?
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#16 2010-01-29 19:36:12

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

recording is great..but it sounds like a hall. (hall reverb)

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#17 2010-01-30 06:08:16

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Re: Russian winter & shakuhachi

geni wrote:

recording is great..but it sounds like a hall. (hall reverb)

Yes of cource. Now it is corrected, see http://www.shakuhachiforum.com/viewtopic.php?id=4326, please.

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