Neptunian Slug

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  • Tune Database entry
  • Tune Name: Neptunian Slug

  • Tune Type: 3/4 Hornpipe

  • Composed By: Benedikt Groh

  • Arranged By: ---

  • Year Composed: 2006


clanpiper
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Neptunian Slug

Post by clanpiper » Sun Dec 03, 2006 9:26 pm

A 3/4 Hornpipe, hope you enjoy it.
cheers Benedikt
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Stu_Hig
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Post by Stu_Hig » Sun Dec 03, 2006 10:08 pm

What a great tune! It's unusual to hear a hornpipe in this form but it really works, it's almost like a waltz. Some parts of it were really excellent. I can imagine this being played with an instrumental group rather than a solo piper.

Loved it! :)

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Post by Bagpiper_Si » Sun Dec 03, 2006 10:54 pm

Really nice tune. Have to agree with Stu, it does have a good waltzy feel to it.
Real Nice. Keep it up!

The name is kinda unusual tough. Is there a story behind it?

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Post by awpiper » Mon Dec 04, 2006 3:03 am

I agree....has a nice waltzy feel to it......One question I always ask when a tune is posted is the history behind it.....The history allows us to appreciate and pass on it's meaning when played in public.....and judging by the name......this one has to be "Interesting".....Mark
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(Where would the tunes be the pipers could not find)

clanpiper
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Post by clanpiper » Mon Dec 04, 2006 5:39 pm

No, sorry, I’m afraid there’s not much of a story behind the title, it’s just a reference to the neptunian slug in a Futurama episode :wink:

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Post by smithers » Tue Dec 05, 2006 9:06 pm

Bloody great effort there mate.
A really unique style which works!
Keep posting tunes as they come to you, good stuff!

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Post by philamor » Sat Dec 30, 2006 2:29 pm

Great tune, mate, with one change necessary I think.

Your tune is in quick triple time, which is, by definition, a Scherzo, so you can categorise your tune as such, and there won't be many of them around.

Will see what the guys in my band think when we get back in the new year, we are looking for something that wee bit different, after all.
If you cannot write a tune down that you can play so that they are identical, how can you truly say you know the tune!

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