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Posted: 13-Jul-2005, 05:00 PM
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QUOTE (Emmet @ 07-Jul-2005, 01:05 PM)
Hava Nagila for bagpipes

I just got this request about 11:00 PM last night for a gig this coming Sunday. The first and second parts sound nearly identical, as do the third and fourth parts, so I'm working on a simplified, condensed version; two parts, with repeats (the last two parts definitely don't work on pipes!). Best I can do on such short notice, and the bride's mother says that even a few (recognizable) bars of it will be a hoot.

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Well, I'll be piped.

Yeah, you have to lose the chromatics. But the tune contour is so familiar it hardly matters. I'm sure they dug it and they'll be talking about it for years.

That's really a shame about the tooth. I have not had "dry socket" (which by all accounts is nothing to trifle with), but I did have an extraction with a root that broke off, and the thing had to be reopened and redone a week later, couple years back. I dunno -- I know you're a braw lad and fearless, but you're gonna to make yourself be all sore again if you play within a week after. What's the back pressure like from filling the bag? I don't know -- I know as a singer they told me I couldn't play oboe, too much pressure on the throat.

Wish you luck! (Goldenseal tea is very soothing and mildy antiseptic as a rnse, BTW)
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Posted: 13-Jul-2005, 07:21 PM
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I am trying to catch up once again here on Celtic Radio-

Hope your feeling better real soon Emmet. I only have one wisdom tooth left thank goodness. And it is gonna have to be killing me before I get this one extracted...
Glad you are busy. Does it cost a lot to hire a piper? I have never asked before? Just an estimate??

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Posted: 13-Jul-2005, 07:24 PM
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"I dunno -- I know you're a braw lad and fearless, but you're gonna to make yourself be all sore again if you play within a week after."

Yeah, but I really need the money, and I took their deposit months ago for this wedding...I'm absolutey loathe to break a commitment like that; especially as much of my business is word-of-mouth referrals. I'm thinking of making a small plaster of clove oil to put on it for the gig; I only have to pipe three tunes and I'm done. A little soreness the next day would be an equitable price to pay for keeping my word (and I'll have some leftover painkillers, just in case).
The goldenseal is a good idea; thanks!


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Posted: 14-Jul-2005, 12:32 PM
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Posted: 14-Jul-2005, 12:52 PM
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Getting geared up for a horror writing class I'm going to be attending tonight at the local public library. My wife, Sarah, and myself are going and CelticRadio.net's very own Aaediwen has also found interest in attending the class.

The class is being taught by one of the librarians, an English graduate of the University of Kentucky, and a published author in the horror/sci-fi genre. The cool thing is that the class is completely free, open to the public, and lasts roughly 2 hours.

Hopefully I'll learn some techniques and gain some better insight into not only horror story writing but fiction writing in general and also get to ask some questions about publishment!


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Right now, I'm copying (legally) some songs from my copy of Metallica's Kill 'Em All CD onto my iTunes...

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I am listening to Highlander Radio and trying to catch up on the forum as I have been gone the last couple of days. HMike- love the way you said legally...with Metallica ya better be legal!!! laugh.gif

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Posted: 29-Jul-2005, 10:02 PM
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The only way you can legally download any Metallica songs is from your own CDs. They're not listed with any of the legal downloading sites like iTunes Music Store.


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Posted: 30-Jul-2005, 03:26 AM
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Well, I am just trying to catch up period and listening to the U2 acoustic CD..Go me!


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Posted: 30-Jul-2005, 02:38 PM
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mad.gif Grrrh...I am trying to burn a cd but it keeps leaving of my last 4 songs...this is making me mad and now I'll have to ask my teens what is going wrong...nothing so humbling as asking your teen for help!! Was just making a quick cd and then going out for a swim...but now...am just getting annoyed!


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Posted: 30-Jul-2005, 07:36 PM
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Amy, just read your post and wishing I could help. I am afraid I am only as good as a teenager as I don't know the answer. Would it be the CD space is limited? I have never had that problem..sorry

I am trying to catch up from the other day..afraid its going rather slowly..

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You know it's bad when you have to ask kids for help instead of the other way around. My four-year-old nephew could probably show me how to rip a CD wacko.gif blink.gif .
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Posted: 31-Jul-2005, 12:23 PM
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Bouncing back and forth between forums....

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