Culshy's Hornpipe

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Stu_Hig
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Culshy's Hornpipe

Post by Stu_Hig » Sun Oct 15, 2006 10:25 pm

This is my first new tune in a while, tell me what you think!

Thanks in advance,

Stuart :)
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PVCPiper120
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Post by PVCPiper120 » Thu Nov 09, 2006 2:19 am

Awesome Tune!!! great job!

kennwk
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Culshy's Hornpipe

Post by kennwk » Thu Nov 09, 2006 3:44 pm

It's a good tune. It will be better if it have four parts. :)

Ken

smithers
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Post by smithers » Mon Nov 13, 2006 12:14 am

Hi Stuart,

Both this and your other tune are really good. Do you have any others? You've got a great style for writing.

This tune in my opinion could have one more part.

Starting with birl from E then build and work its way up the scale with a few runs and keeping the same rhythm as the other two parts build it up to the end of the line, then start again for the second line but then have your ending phrase as the last two bars.

Just an idea, but really enjoy your tunes.

Cheers.

Stu_Hig
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Post by Stu_Hig » Sat Nov 18, 2006 1:46 am

smithers wrote:Hi Stuart,

Both this and your other tune are really good. Do you have any others? You've got a great style for writing.

This tune in my opinion could have one more part.

Starting with birl from E then build and work its way up the scale with a few runs and keeping the same rhythm as the other two parts build it up to the end of the line, then start again for the second line but then have your ending phrase as the last two bars.

Just an idea, but really enjoy your tunes.

Cheers.
Thanks for listening smithers! I'll have a play about with a 3rd part and see what I can come up with. Thanks for the suggestion!

Cheers

Stuart

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