MSR Set Tom & Jo Johnson/The Aggie Wallace/Onager's Leap

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  • Tune Database entry
  • Tune Name: Tom & Jo Johnson

  • Tune Type: MSR MSR Set

  • Composed By: David N. Siegel

  • Arranged By: DN Siegel

  • Year Composed: 2002


david n. siegel
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MSR Set Tom & Jo Johnson/The Aggie Wallace/Onager's Leap

Post by david n. siegel » Sat Sep 18, 2004 7:44 am

An MSR to try out, or pull apart.

The 1st full bar in the 3rd part has a cut Low-G to a dotted B w/doubling. I almost think of the Low-G and the doubled B together, as an embellishment. I like a definate Low-G sound here, though. Experiment.
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dubblin_o_shea
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Post by dubblin_o_shea » Fri Dec 31, 2004 4:37 pm

David, your MSR is definatly unique. I like it, especially the march! The march has that special swing to it. There was another tune written on this forum some time ago, a 2/4 called the cadence of loom. Your 2/4 in this MSR shares a resemblance with the cadence of loom. I like it.

david n. siegel
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MSR

Post by david n. siegel » Fri Dec 31, 2004 6:24 pm

Thanks! I sometimes worry that I recompose variations of my own tunes, but perhaps not the worst that could happen. I compose in isolation in the middle of the Galilee, so I am perhaps not in step with trends or fads.

Tunes are to enjoy, so I am glad you liked the MSR. I know how much I enjoy playing other folks' new compositions, including from here.

-David.

stacpiper
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Grading?

Post by stacpiper » Mon Jan 14, 2008 6:21 am

Hey i was just wondering what type of grading this would come into if i were to compete with it?

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