"Lee's Hot Winda" Hornpipe

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Stu_Hig
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"Lee's Hot Winda" Hornpipe

Post by Stu_Hig » Tue Sep 04, 2007 11:31 pm

Here's a new hornpipe I wrote. Tell me what you think.

Thanks

:)
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happypiper
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Post by happypiper » Wed Sep 05, 2007 11:36 am

NICE one buddy

david n. siegel
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Post by david n. siegel » Wed Sep 05, 2007 3:27 pm

Nice bunch of notes--you've got a good head for what works in a tune. I imagine you could put together a nice-sized book of hornpipes by now.

Cheers,
-David.

Seahorse
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Post by Seahorse » Tue Sep 11, 2007 1:50 pm

Fan bloomin tastic. I'm stuck on a boat out in the Gulf of Mexico, so only have my practice chanter for company. (Thankfully I didn't bring my pipes, as my luggage didn't manage to make it out to the States with me and have gone to airline baggage heaven). That and the fact that BWW files don't really give a good enough feel for how a tune will sound on the pipes means I rely on Piobmaster to give me a better flavour of how it sounds, especially saved as a WAV file.

So Here's Stuart's Hornpipe in Piobmaster format. I'm loving this one. :D

I just wondered though. Of all the tunes that are on here, it would be great to know if any of them are being played by bands, especially in competition. And if so, which bands, where and when? I think I'll start a thread asking that very question.

Thanks Stuart. This tune has made my day.

Seahorse
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Post by Seahorse » Tue Sep 11, 2007 1:51 pm

Fan bloomin tastic. I'm stuck on a boat out in the Gulf of Mexico, so only have my practice chanter for company. (Thankfully I didn't bring my pipes, as my luggage didn't manage to make it out to the States with me and have gone to airline baggage heaven). That and the fact that BWW files don't really give a good enough feel for how a tune will sound on the pipes means I rely on Piobmaster to give me a better flavour of how it sounds.

So Here's Stuart's Hornpipe in Piobmaster and WAV format. I'm loving this one. :D

I just wondered though. Of all the tunes that are on here, it would be great to know if any of them are being played by bands, especially in competition. And if so, which bands, where and when? I think I'll start a thread asking that very question.

Thanks Stuart. This tune has made my day.

Seahorse
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Joined: Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:54 pm
Location: Amble, Northumberland. England

Post by Seahorse » Tue Sep 11, 2007 1:52 pm

Fan bloomin tastic. I'm stuck on a boat out in the Gulf of Mexico, so only have my practice chanter for company. (Thankfully I didn't bring my pipes, as my luggage didn't manage to make it out to the States with me and have gone to airline baggage heaven). That and the fact that BWW files don't really give a good enough feel for how a tune will sound on the pipes means I rely on Piobmaster to give me a better flavour of how it sounds.

So Here's Stuart's Hornpipe in Piobmaster and WAV format. I'm loving this one. :D

I just wondered though. Of all the tunes that are on here, it would be great to know if any of them are being played by bands, especially in competition. And if so, which bands, where and when? I think I'll start a thread asking that very question.

Thanks Stuart. This tune has made my day.

Seahorse
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Post by Seahorse » Tue Sep 11, 2007 1:56 pm

Dunno what happened there. Multiple posts, and no file. I'll try again. :?

Seahorse
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Post by Seahorse » Tue Sep 11, 2007 1:57 pm

Dunno what happened there. Multiple posts, and no file. I'll try again. :?

kennwk
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"Lee's Hot Winda"

Post by kennwk » Wed Sep 12, 2007 12:33 pm

It's Good tune. Thanks

Ken

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Post by philamor » Thu Sep 13, 2007 12:15 pm

Like the tune - please email me - pipiey64@sky,com
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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Post by philamor » Thu Sep 13, 2007 12:16 pm

Like the tune - please email me - pipiey64@sky,com
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!

philamor
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Post by philamor » Thu Sep 13, 2007 12:16 pm

Like the tune - please email me - pipiey64@sky,com
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!

Seahorse
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Post by Seahorse » Thu Sep 13, 2007 3:22 pm

OK, VP thinks he's sorted the posting problem so I'll have another go.

Fingers crossed. Here's (hopefully) Stu's tune in Piobmaster format.
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a_piper
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Post by a_piper » Tue Sep 18, 2007 5:22 am

brilliant. luv it.

Darren_RFC
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Post by Darren_RFC » Wed Oct 24, 2007 7:44 pm

great tune, really catchy. well done.

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