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Default English Country Garden - 19-07-2008, 10:30 AM

Hi Friends, We are in the middle of a typical English summer with one sunny hot day followed by rain,thunder and gales, so have recorded this one to give you a smile,using the Ani Fantasy style, here is English Country Garden, I know I already have one uploaded in songs section, I shall now wait until I drop down the list...Pam


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Default Re: English Country Garden - 19-07-2008, 12:53 PM

Hi Pam,
Well you got all of the atmosphere in to this one...dickie birds and thunder and all...well done a lovely light hearted rendition
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Default Re: English Country Garden - 19-07-2008, 07:56 PM

Hi Pam,
a fun and refreshing version. Very good - of course, as expected ...
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Default Re: English Country Garden - 19-07-2008, 09:48 PM

Hi Pam

Very nice performance, and I liked the "weather". How did you manage the sunny hot day? We haven't had one of those since May...brrr, squelch!

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Default Re: English Country Garden - 19-07-2008, 10:58 PM

Hi Pam

I don't know how you did this, but it was a very clever arrangement. Short, but very sweet.

As usual, you've gone for a totally unexpected style and I know I've said this loads of times in the past, but you're always trying something a bit different, and I think that's great. Listening to this, it sounds like that trip to Menorca's done you the world of good!

Nice one Pam!

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Default Re: English Country Garden - 19-07-2008, 11:29 PM

Absolutely fun! Well done Pam, as usual.

I've used these effects in certain songs that called for them myself, but never as light-hearted as that. What a refreshing change! Thank you for the fun. Excellent playing.
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Hi Pam,

Heard this good toe-tapper for the first time. You played it very well and I liked the sound effects. Well done.

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Pam,

Like the flutes, thunder and rain. Great style, arrangement and playing. Great job Pam.

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Hi Pam
Brave birds indeed being outside in that (typically English) weather! Different to say the least!
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Default Re: English Country Garden - 20-07-2008, 04:07 PM

Thank you for listening and your kind comments to Leo. Torben, Andy, Paul, Krazy, Del. Vinnie and Spike, and to Paul I suppose you could call it multitracked, I added the bird tweet on ch5,played it again and aded thunder on ch6,then again wind on ch7,and rain on ch8, I'm glad it made you smile...Pam
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