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The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 17-Oct-2004, 05:17 AM

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I don't know what to consider suitable for bowling, but i guess any celtic music will be suitable...
  Forum: Celtic Music  ·  Post Preview: #89131

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 17-Oct-2004, 05:03 AM

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Wellcome to all the newcomers!

It's good to see that there are new pople on the way as well as the veteran ones smile.gif.
  Forum: Introductions  ·  Post Preview: #89130

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 11-Oct-2004, 05:29 PM

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I'm quite moody myself. The most stupid thing can make me feel like sheet, and I'm winded up by the smallest details...

Does it work like that for everybody?
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #88287

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 11-Oct-2004, 05:21 PM

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Unfortunately, I don't think my recording software and micro is good enough... But the main problem is that my quality is eve worse.

Canned music doesn't work for me.
  Forum: Celtic Music  ·  Post Preview: #88285

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 11-Oct-2004, 04:41 PM

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I would like to check weather the mouthpiece is working propetly or not, but I think it's going to be hard to find somebody who can give me a hand with it here...

I'll try tough!
  Forum: Brittany  ·  Post Preview: #88280

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 28-Sep-2004, 09:56 AM

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Thanks a lot! I hope I can make my bombarde works... I never thought it will be so hard to get a sound of it. I really, can't make any sound. and I do blow really really strong!

I thinkt the mouthpiece is broken...

Thanks for you effort about L'ankou too. Maybe that's not the true tittle of the song. I found one song with a title in galician which sounds similiar, and has a Laride Rithm.

By the way... That wasn't breton at all! It was just french!!
  Forum: Brittany  ·  Post Preview: #85997

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 28-Sep-2004, 09:49 AM

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Hey!

Good to see another whistling maniac! I normally enjoy more listening to tin rather than low, but for me low whistles are much easier to play (yes!! I do really think so!), so I when I'm the one playing, i prefer low.

I have a generations (not really tweaked, but they're so bad that you always have to make the sth) in D, C and G. I always have the same problem, they don't work well in the high second octave :-(.

My favourite one is the D sustato, so I also have some preoblems in the 2º octave...

We have plenty to talk about whisltes and maybe excahgne some music to play or some music sheets. Do you use soulseek RovinWhislter?
  Forum: Celtic Music  ·  Post Preview: #85994

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 28-Sep-2004, 09:39 AM

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I forgot... Nice avatar! Raistlin and Caramon hand to hand :-). That's one of my favourites ones!
  Forum: Introductions  ·  Post Preview: #85991

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 28-Sep-2004, 09:35 AM

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Wellcome RovingWhistler!

I also play the whistle myself! I've been doing it for 2 years, but still learning and learning...

I triyed to open a thread in celtic music part (Are you a musician youself?) and now I think we should open a thread to discuss about whistling :-).

Nice to have you around!
  Forum: Introductions  ·  Post Preview: #85990

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 28-Sep-2004, 09:30 AM

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Arf... html code failed :-(. Does this forum support a bit of HTML?

Here it goes again... If it doesn't work, just follow this link to see it.

<img src="http://www-etsi2.ugr.es/usuarios/wallen/Talbaicinoche.jpg">

http://www-etsi2.ugr.es/usuarios/wallen/Ta...lbaicinoche.jpg
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #85989

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 28-Sep-2004, 09:25 AM

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Hi There!

Don't think that bad of people working in Pizza Hut :-(... I just do it to pay my trips!

I love the place where I live. For what you told it has nothing to do with Ohio. I don't normally like the south of Spain, it's too dry, and people just born, produce, consume and die, but I love my city.

We have a slight Arabic influence in spite of beeing in the South of Spain, and Arabic castle and lots of old houses and monuments... The city is more than 4000 years old!

We also have a strong university and we receive lots of studens who want to learn Spanish (Lots of Americans), so we have a very different population with lots of stutends and tourists.

Here's a picture of Granada, my city. It's an old neightbourhood near the Alhambra, an Arabic Castle.

<img src="http://www-etsi2.ugr.es/usuarios/wallen/Talbaicinochet.jpg">
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #85988

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 28-Sep-2004, 09:07 AM

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Hi there!

I'm an European user meself, but I'm a bit confursed witht he schedules and tiem zones...

I liked the Idea of the new music hour thumbs_up.gif . I normally get tired of listening to featured artist for a long time, so I think it is ok to have some requests in what I think will be our (European) listening time (while you're sleeping I think). It's good to listen to what others like!
  Forum: What's New!  ·  Post Preview: #85986

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 24-Sep-2004, 11:35 AM

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I tryed to find L'Ankou everywhere, but I can not manage :-(.

I finded some songs containing that word, but they aren't what I'm looking for... :-(.

There aren't any song called just "L'Ankou"? Who's performing it if so?

Thanks for your knowledge about bretagne Celtica! biggrin.gif
  Forum: Brittany  ·  Post Preview: #85528

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 24-Sep-2004, 11:34 AM

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Good to find out :-). It's curious every place has its own tradition about christmas..

I must say about the first pointed traditions that they're not only french... Aren't them from the hole west of Europe?
  Forum: Brittany  ·  Post Preview: #85527

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 24-Sep-2004, 11:31 AM

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Sounds Great!

Shame a missed it... :-(. I'll take note for next time!
  Forum: Brittany  ·  Post Preview: #85524

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 24-Sep-2004, 11:27 AM

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I don't have any kilt to wear, but I guess that If I were to able to buy one (not through the internet... need to try it!), I'll be excentric enough to dare to use it.

In fact I might go to edimbourgh this easter and I do want to buy one!!

Up the kilts!!
(ups, that doesn't sound very well...)
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #85523

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 24-Sep-2004, 11:22 AM

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I hope that cloud also had its silver lining...

I can't belive that you had to pay 2.500 $ for your medical expenses... What would have happened if you couldn't have affored it?

I feel quite safe of living in a country with a "free" health system.
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #85521

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 24-Sep-2004, 11:12 AM

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Wellcome Celtic Fairie of Truth!

I wish we were having more beautiful girls loving celtic music round here... :-(.

Great to have you around! :-)!!
  Forum: Introductions  ·  Post Preview: #85517

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 24-Sep-2004, 11:05 AM

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Good... :-). I'll be listening those mp3s in a while. I'm sure they'll decide you're a musician (as I consider myself one, and I'm much worse).

By the way, which kind of whistles you play? (I mean which mark, if that word's is allright...). I've been having some problems to find a high D which has good performance on the higher notes of the 2º octave. That's why I prefer the low D. I manage to find a decent one!

I wish I could try a Dixon high D... I've been told they work great!
  Forum: Celtic Music  ·  Post Preview: #85516

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 04-Sep-2004, 11:28 AM

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I suposse that the creation of such a forums will have taken lots and lots of time...

Glad they're done now!
  Forum: Technical Support  ·  Post Preview: #81997

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 04-Sep-2004, 11:20 AM

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Congratulations! biggrin.gif

I'm sure that at least cecilistar was diserving it! She's been pretty active in the forums!

Enjoy them!
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The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 03-Sep-2004, 06:48 PM

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Thanks a lot talleyrand!

It's great having 1gb! I've gotten used to hotmail 2 mb and now, gmail's huge!

Now I just have to work out how to set it up with outlook, but it can't be hard. I guess there hast to be a tutorial on gmail's page.

Again, Thank you biggrin.gif !
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The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 03-Sep-2004, 06:40 PM

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Aye, I think that the proper title must be Ankou. I searched for that song, and found 2 results. Already on queu, tough I think it's going to be very hard ot find them.

Thanks about the information about Laridé. Now that you mention the name, I think I've seen it in several songs!

Thanks ! biggrin.gif
  Forum: Brittany  ·  Post Preview: #81902

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 03-Sep-2004, 06:36 PM

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Wow! How can you forget about the Irish Rovers? They are so tender and cute angel_not.gif !

They always make me come back to my distant childhood note.gif
  Forum: Celtic Music  ·  Post Preview: #81901

The_Spanish_Rover Posted on: 03-Sep-2004, 06:28 PM

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Welcome Orthodex !!! biggrin.gif

I'm sure you'll have a godo time round here! It's a great place and people are really welcoming.

It's great to have somebody from servia round here! I think you're our first serbian laugh.gif

And don't be so sure about that age thing... I'm 20!

Enjoy the site! note.gif
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